I don’t know about you, but breakfast/brunch is absolutely my favorite meal of the day. I tend to like sweet over savory when it comes to brunch (but savory over sweet when it’s breakfast, is that weird? Idk), so I’m always on the hunt for new cinnamon roll, donut, and pastry recipes.
Today I’m sharing 10 of my favorite (vegan) brunch recipes that the whole family will love. These are all recipes I’ve served to my family in real life, and all 10 of them got a “there’s no way this is vegan!”, which is like, the highest rating in my book. I hope you enjoy!
This seems like a good place to start! This french toast is made with ground chia seeds, which coats the bread in a way that’s identical to eggs. So delicious, and perfect for Sunday brunch!
Despite the name, this recipe makes an awesome regular coffee cake as well (just pour into an 8″x8″ baking pan and let bake longer).
I’m obsessed with this coconut rice for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and everything in between.
Obviously blood orange is the best citrus ever, but you could totally substitute regular oranges or lemons and this recipe will be just as delicious.
An entire loaf made of miniature cinnamon rolls is kind of my dream come true.
These donuts are the perfect combination of moist banana bread and a black and white cookie (literally my two favorite foods ever).
Toasted, this bread tastes just like a cinnamon roll, which is awesome. But making it into french toast takes it to a whole different level. Trust me.
This banana bread was created by the absolute legend Chrissy Teigen, and it’s so incredibly delicious. Moist, full of banana flavor, and packed with chocolate and coconut.
Sort of like coffee cake, except that it has actual coffee in it. Double caffeine boost is always a plus.
Sweet and cinnamon-ey, with a nice undertone of sourdough. Plus if you bake them in a muffin tin (like I did), they look absolutely beautiful.
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