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16 Raw Vegan Breakfast Recipes

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Raw vegan breakfasts are not just about eating healthy, it’s about starting your day with pure foods. Don’t get me wrong. I have definitely started my day many times with more indulgent breakfast options. But, I find that my day goes just a little bit better when I focus on nourishing my body in the morning with yummy foods that also taste delicious.

Raw vegan breakfast recipes

Whether you’re a seasoned raw vegan or just looking to incorporate more plant-based meals into your day, these easy breakfast recipes are the perfect way to do so. While I’ve never eaten a raw diet exclusively, there are some people that do it! I prefer to incorporate raw foods in moderation as part of my diet. I just love cooking too much!

Why choose a raw vegan breakfast?

Eating a raw vegan breakfast is a dietary choice, but it can also be a very health-forward lifestyle decision. Honestly? I love that there is no baking or cooking required in raw recipes. So, they are much easier to prepare for easy breakfasts ahead of time.

Raw foods are often associated with high nutrient levels, particularly the enzymes that aid in digestion and absorption. But, that is a complicated topic for another day (and probably another website). I’m just here to share my favorite recipes with you!

You can prepare many of these recipes ahead of time, and some of them are even kid-friendly vegan breakfast options.

1. 3 Ingredient Chia Flax Seed Pudding

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Chia pudding
Easy Chickpeasy
Easiest 3-Ingredient Chia Flax Seed Pudding (Vegan)
This easy and creamy pudding is a breeze to throw together and is packed with essential nutrients to kickstart your day.
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Chia pudding is a tasty way to get a balanced breakfast into your day. Also, who doesn’t want to eat pudding for breakfast? It’s something we couldn’t do as kids.. so now we can as adults, right? This easy recipe is a simple yet nutritious 3-ingredient chia flax pudding, ideal for breakfast or a snack. It uses chia seeds, ground flax seeds, and sweetened vanilla-flavored plant-based milk, creating a creamy pudding rich in fiber and plant-based protein. The recipe is customizable, so you can go crazy with whatever toppings float your boat.

2. Vegan Bircher Museli

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Muesli
A Virtual Vegan
Vegan Bircher Muesli
Simplify your mornings with my creamy Vegan Bircher Muesli. It’s an easy, low-effort, no cook breakfast that’s packed with fibre, nutrients & protein to keep you feeling satisfied all morning long.
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Raw muesli is one of my favorite nutritious breakfast options. This vegan bircher muesli recipe is a creamy, no-cook breakfast option that’s rich in fiber, nutrients, and protein. It’s made with oats, grated apple, dried fruit, seeds or nuts, dairy-free yogurt, plant milk, and can be sweetened with maple syrup if your heart wishes to do so. The muesli is versatile like most of the recipes on this list. You can mix in fresh fruit or nut butter. It also requires only a brief soaking time (15 minutes!), so blow dry your hair while this recipe prepares and get ready for a healthy start. This recipe is a healthy, satisfying start to the day and can be prepped ahead for easy morning routines.

3. Healthy Carrot Cake Protein Bars

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Healthy Vegan Carrot Cake Protein Bars (Raw/No-Bake)
Healthy Vegan Carrot Cake Protein Bars (Raw/No-Bake)
This no-bake recipe for carrot cake protein bars is vegan and easy to make. They’re the perfect snack for an energy boost in the afternoon.
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I made this bars with the idea they would taste like the carrot cake Larabars. And, they do! Made with dats, nuts and fresh carrots, they’re a protein-rich snack that requires no baking at all. All you need is a handy dandy food processor and you’re set to make these healthy bars in no time.

Also, they taste great the day after… and the next day… and the next day. They’re a convenient option for on-the-go snacking, which I do a whole lot. So if you need a quick energy boost, try these raw bars. I make different variations all the time.

4. No Bake Hemp Seed Granola Bars

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no bake bars
Keto Vegetarian Recipes
No Bake Hemp Seed Granola Bars – Keto & Low Carb Vegetarian Recipes
Easy no bake hemp seed granola bars are a delicious, low carb, vegan and a great keto vegetarian breakfast or snack on the go.
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This recipe is a quick and healthy option for those following a low carb, vegan, and gluten-free diet. Hemp seeds (which I love throwing into smoothies) are combined with peanut butter and other ingredients. They’re designed for easy prep without the need for baking, so they’re great for a quick snack.

5. Healthy Bliss Balls For Kids

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Vegan bliss balls
At My Table
Healthy Bliss Balls for Kids (No-Bake, Gluten-Free)
No-bake bliss balls recipe, made with 5 easy ingredients for the perfect healthy treat or easy after-school snack recipe.
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This raw recipe is a no-bake, gluten-free bliss ball recipe designed for kids, but adults can enjoy them as well! They are ready in 15 minutes and made with healthy ingredients like walnuts, Medjool dates, avocado, hemp seeds, and cocoa powder. Pure bliss, right? These bliss balls are packed with healthy fats beneficial for brain development and are a nutritious snack option.  

6. Healthy Pumpkin Protein Balls

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Pumpkin protein balls
Savor The Spoonful
Healthy Pumpkin Protein Balls (No Bake) | Savor The Spoonful
Make these healthy no-bake pumpkin protein balls in 10 minutes with 6 ingredients. Vegan, gluten-free, nut-free, and tastes like pumpkin pie!
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These healthy pumpkin protein balls are a no-bake snack made with oats, pumpkin puree, protein powder, maple syrup, and optional vegan mini chocolate chips. And, they taste great any time of the year – not just pumpkin spice season. They’re easy to make, with a low calorie count, and perfect for those looking for a nutritious snack option.

7. Sprouted Buckwheat Granola Bowls

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Granola
Wholehearted Eats
Sprouted Buckwheat Granola – Wholehearted Eats
The spouted base in this buckwheat granola offers a great change from traditional granola. It provides both a tasty crunch and a earthy nuttiness.
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The Sprouted Buckwheat Granola recipe from Wholehearted Eats offers a nutritious and crunchy alternative to traditional oat-based granola. If you’ve never had sprouted buckwheat, you should give it a try. Utilizing sprouted buckwheat as the foundation, it incorporates a mix of soaked nuts and seeds, along with dried fruits for sweetness, creating a delightful blend of flavors and textures. This recipe avoids refined sweeteners, so its a very wholesome recipe.

8. Strawberry Avocado Smoothie

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Strawberry smoothie
Whole New Mom
Creamy Strawberry Avocado Smoothie–vegan and keto | Whole New Mom
This Rich and Creamy Strawberry Smoothie is the perfect breakfast, snack or dessert–loaded with nutrition, it tastes soooo good, plus it’s dairy-free and low in carbs!
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Just looking at this smoothie makes my mouth water. I love a good creamy pink breakfast. This smoothie is a creamy and nutritious beverage that is both vegan and keto-friendly. It blends the richness of avocado with the sweetness of strawberries, complemented by coconut milk for a smooth texture. What could be better? The recipe is designed to be low in carbs and sugars, making it suitable for a health-conscious diet. You can also use cashew milk for a creamy texture if you’re sensitive to coconut.

9. Dark Chocolate Raspberry Protein Shake

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Chocolate protein shake
Occasionally eggs
Dark Chocolate Raspberry Vegan Protein Shake – Occasionally Eggs
A powder free vegan protein shake (20g protein/smoothie) packed with seed-based protein from flax, chia, and hemp. Almond butter & frozen bananas add creaminess.
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This tasty protein shake is designed without protein powder, utilizing chia, flax, and hemp for seed-based protein. Anything dark chocolate gets me excited. And, smoothies are one of my favorite raw vegan breakfast options because they’re so easy to prepare. This recipe is enriched with nut butter and frozen bananas for creaminess. Suitable as a protein boost or meal replacement, this shake is vegan, blending frozen raspberries, various seed butters, seeds, cocoa powder, optional dates, and non-dairy milk.

10. Healthy No Bake Bars

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No Bake Bars
A Virtual Vegan
Healthy No Bake Bars
Quick, easy, and healthy No-Bake Bars that taste like cookie dough but are packed with good-for-you ingredients. The fudgy chocolate topping is optional but recommended!
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These bars are a convenient and nutritious option that doesn’t require baking. You’ve probably seen this recipe on the site before, because I recommend it a lot! They are made with wholesome ingredients like chickpeas, oats, dates, cashews, and coconut, and they are naturally sweetened. There is also an optional chocolate topping for an extra treat. The bars are gluten-free and packed with protein, making them a healthy snack or dessert option. The ingredients used in this recipe are all vegan-friendly, so they’re perfect for your plant-based diet.

11. Creamy Tofu Smoothie

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Tofu smoothie
My Plantiful Cooking
Creamy Silken Tofu Smoothie
This silken tofu smoothie is creamy, rich, and incredibly delicious! . It is easy to put together and is ready in 5 minutes!
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When following a vegan diet, it’s always important to make sure you are incorporating enough protein-rich foods. I know what you’re thinking … tofu in a smoothie? Honestly, it works! This smoothie is a high-protein, plant-based breakfast option. It is creamy, rich, and incredibly delicious, and can be made in just 5 minutes. The smoothie uses silken tofu as a key ingredient, contributing to its creamy texture and protein content, and is suitable for a vegan diet as it contains plant-based ingredients like banana, soy milk, peanut butter, and maple syrup as a natural sweetener.

12. Mango Overnight Oats

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Green Bowl 2 Soul
Mango overnight oats
Mango overnight oats- a delicious make-ahead breakfast recipe that tastes more like a dessert than a breakfast.
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These mango overnight oats are a nutritious and easy-to-prepare breakfast that resembles a dessert. It combines old-fashioned rolled oats, coconut milk (or any milk of choice), sweet mangoes, chia seeds, desiccated coconut, and honey for a bit of sweetness. This combination is mixed, refrigerated overnight, and garnished with more mango and coconut before serving. It’s important to note that honey is not considered vegan by some. You could substitute honey with another plant-based sweetener like agave syrup or maple syrup.

13. Overnight Oats With Almond Milk

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Overnight oats with almond milk
Baked By Clo
Overnight Oats With Almond Milk
This easy recipe for overnight oats with almond milk makes a creamy, sweet and indulgent breakfast using healthy ingredients.
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The recipe from Baked by Clo is a simple and versatile guide for making vegan overnight oats using almond milk, dairy-free yogurt, and optional sweeteners and toppings. The ease of preparation and the ability to customize with various flavors and mix-ins makes it an easy breakfast. The recipe specifically avoids using bananas in te oats to cater to different preferences but includes them as a topping option.

14. Banana Cinnamon Overnight Oats

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Savor The Spoonful
Banana Cinnamon Overnight Oats (Vegan) | Savor The Spoonful
These healthy banana cinnamon overnight oats are vegan and easily made gluten-free. No cooking needed! They’re an easy, convenient breakfast.
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This recipe is a vegan, dairy-free dish that can also be made gluten-free. It features a combination of ripe bananas, oats, almond milk, chia seeds, and cinnamon, creating a healthy breakfast option reminiscent of vegan banana bread. The recipe is designed for convenience and ease, requiring only simple mixing and no cooking, with overnight refrigeration to achieve the desired thickness. It’s versatile for toppings and flavor variations, so you can mix it up any way you would like. 

15. Cinnamon Berry and Beetroot Smoothie

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Berry beet smoothie
Beet of the wild
Cinnamon Berry & Beetroot Smoothie Bowl (Raw, Vegan)
This Cinnamon Berry & Beetroot Smoothie Bowl is exploding with flavour, rich in antioxidants, a great source of fibre and many other health-promoting
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Not only is this smoothie so pretty to look at, it’s full of healthy ingredients as well! Beets are a superstar of an ingredient to incorporate into your breakfast. This delicious smoothie also has avocado to keep it a lovely, creamy consistency.

16. Homemade “Rawnola” Recipe

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Rawnola
Get Inspired Everyday
Homemade Grain Free Rawnola Cereal | Get Inspired Everyday!
This Homemade Grain Free Rawnola Cereal is perfect as regular cereal but I also love it on smoothie bowls! It’s vegan, gluten free, paleo, and easy to make.
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The name says it all. This rawnola is completely vegan, clean and raw. Hemp hearts, dates and nuts all come together for a flavorful granola you can take with you wherever you’re going. Make a big batch ahead of time and top with fruit for a delicious raw vegan breakfast.

I hope you enjoyed this list of raw vegan breakfast options. Remember, many of these recipes are versatile and you can experiment with using different non-dairy milks for different recipes. I’ve also eaten some of these recipes as a small side dish to accompany a larger breakfast.

It’s always a good idea to incorporate some raw ingredients into your breakfast foods. Fresh fruits, fresh vegetables, nuts and seeds all go a long way when preparing healthy meals. Let me know what kind of breakfast you like to prepare in the mornings.

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