Top 5 Raw Vegan Breakfast Recipes

A hearty breakfast paves the way for an energized day ahead. While the common norm suggests taking some eggs and dairy for breakfast, we will be sharing some vegan breakfast recipes with you that are just as good. 

As per research conducted via Harvard School of Public Health, individuals who skipped breakfast were 27% more likely to get a heart attack and were also more vulnerable to common diseases.

Here are the top 5 vegan raw breakfast recipes that you should definitely try: 

Nutrient composition per serving Key lime pie smoothieAvocado caprese salad Vegan hemp seed and greens smoothie Easy vegan broccoli salad Tomato, basil and artichoke sandwich
Calories 242 cal197 cal229 cal332 cal213 cal
Fat23g17g11g 22g14g
Carbs8g12g21g26g 17g
Sodium14 mg11 mg145 mg593 mg234 mg
Fiber 4g7g4g4g5g

Key Lime Pie Smoothie

Wish to make a quick balanced smoothie before you start your day? This key lime pie smoothie has the perfect nutritional content that your body needs. 


  • Coconut Milk
  • Ice
  • Avocado 
  • Lime juice and zest
  • Maple syrup or any other preferred vegan sweetener

How to make 

  • To make this incredibly smooth and yummy smoothie, add coconut milk along with other above mentioned ingredients in your blender. 
  • Blend all the ingredients until you achieve a smooth texture.

Note: If you are on a keto diet, you can use stevia as a sweetener. 

Avocado Caprese Salad

Mornings can be lazy and that’s exactly when you need a quick salad that doesn’t need much of a doing. Avocado Caprese Salad is not only the quickest salad to make in the morning, but is also full of nutrients like Vitamin C, E and B6. 


  • Avocados
  • Tomato 
  • Basil leaves 
  • Sea salt
  • Crushed pepper 
  • Olive Oil
  • Balsamic vinegar (optional)

How to make  

  • In order to make this quick salad, all you have to do is take your fresh avocados and cut them into slices. Make sure you remove its outer peel by making a small cut at the edge of the slice using a knife. 
  • Slice your tomatoes and place them over sliced avocados. 
  • Add a pinch of sea salt and crushed black pepper on it. 
  • Add some olive oil on the top and your avocado caprese salad is ready to be served. 

Vegan Hemp Seed Greens Smoothie

Rejuvenate your digestive system with this incredible vegan smoothie. The hemp seeds and bananas in it not will not only give you the fiber content, but will also act as a probiotic to keep your gut on track.


  • Spinach leaves 
  • Hemp seeds
  • Frozen pineapple 
  • Your preferred vegan milk or coconut water 
  • Bananas 

How to make 

  • Preparing smoothies is a very easy process. Just take your smoothie blender and add all the above mentioned ingredients in it. 
  • Blend it for a few minutes and your smoothie is ready.

Tip: If you like a thicker smoothie, you can add some vegan milk or coconut water in the smoothie. 

Easy Vegan Broccoli Salad

Along with meeting all the nutritional needs, it is also important to keep your tummy full in the morning so that you don’t feel hungry till lunch time. This easy salad will give you a sweet burst of flavours along with a balanced nutritional dose. 


  • Fresh broccoli florets 
  • Vegan Mayo
  • Salt
  • Garlic powder
  • Coconut sugar 
  • Black pepper 
  • Apple cider vinegar 
  • Finely chopped red onion
  • Vegan cheddar cheese (optional)
  • Red grapes, crisp apples, dried cranberries 

How to make 

  • Boil broccoli florets in a pan for 3 minutes. 
  • To make the dressing, combine all the above mentioned ingredients in a bowl and stir them. 
  • Take some fruits and chop them into small pieces 
  • Add the fruits and broccoli into the dressing bowl and marinate for sometime so that flavours get absorbed. 
  • Before serving, add some vegan cheese from top.

You can preserve this salad in an airtight container by keeping it in the fridge for upto 7 days. If you want your broccoli to be crunchy, you can skip the boiling step and saute it instead. 

Tomato, Basil and Artichoke Sandwich

Sandwiches are hard to resist and when we talk about tomatoes along with some basil and artichoke, we get a hard to resist combination. 


For edamame spread

  • Water 
  • Basil leaves
  • Edamame 
  • Finely chopped scallions 
  • Small garlic clove 
  • Salt
  • Olive oil 
  • Lemon juice 

For the sandwiches 

  • Baguette 
  • Baby salad greens
  • Medium sized sliced tomatoes 
  • Basil leaves 
  • Roasted and chopped artichokes
  • Pine nuts (optional) 

How to make

  • To make the basil-edamame spread, put all the ingredients into a food processor and mix. 
  • Add some olive oil and blend it until a thick paste is seen. 
  • Add about three tablespoons of water to dilute the paste and make it easy-to-spread. 
  • Add salt and other seasonings of your liking for taste. 

Sandwich recipe

  • Slice a large baguette in half and put the basil-edamame spread, greens, tomatoes, basil, artichokes, and pine nuts on top of each piece of bread. 
  • Close the baguette, wrap it in foil, and put it in the fridge until you’re ready to cut it into servings. 
  • The sandwich can be divided into 4 individual servings and can also be eaten as a whole. 

In case you want to store it, basil-edamame spread can be kept in the fridge for upto 4 days. 

Even if you are someone who consumes dairy, you can still go for vegan options once in a while as they are rich in fiber, vitamins and antioxidants that are very important for our health. 

Hope this article helped you get your favourite vegan breakfast meal option.Thanks for reading! 

Brett White
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