A roundup of the best vegan brunch recipes for your next weekend!
I know what it’s like to wake up on a Saturday or Sunday morning and think ‘crap, what am I going to make for breakfast/brunch today?’. Plus, there’s always the hanger situation (I wake up and need to eat ASAP) and I don’t need to be waiting around for breakfast to be ready. I’m here to help with your next bout of brunch desperation, with 10 of the best vegan brunch recipes that are easy and, with a little prep, pretty fast to get from oven to table.
Vegan Brioche Waffles– Looking for the end all/be all vegan waffle that is crispy, sweet and just a touch above the rest? This is it! Prep them the night before and cook them the morning of, extra toppings required. One of my favorite vegan brunch recipes!
Cranberry and Pear Vegan French Toast Casserole– When I finally discovered how to make a good, easy vegan french toast casserole, a whole world of possibilities opened up! This version has more of a wintertime flavor to it, plus the secret ingredient is chickpea flour, for that distinct french toast quality.
Vegan Matcha Scones with Vanilla Bean Glaze– This was one of those vegan brunch recipes that was a long time coming, but it was totally worth the wait! I took my favorite latte flavor and packed it into the flakiest vegan scones, drizzled with a perfect vanilla bean glaze. Serve with lots of coffee and a side of something savory.
Pumpkin Vegan Sticky Buns with Vanilla Frosting– Ready to conquer your fear of yeast? These are where you should start! With a fall-time twist of pumpkin and more glaze than your average sticky buns, these sweet swirls need to be included in your next vegan brunch.
Vegan and Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Pancakes– Fluffy? Check! Easy? Check! Include chocolate? Double check! Since these are vegan and gluten free, these will be perfect for any brunch guest on your list.
Apple Cinnamon French Toast Casserole– Again, vegan french toast casserole is a perfect pop in the oven and forget about it vegan brunch recipe. Whether you are cooking for others, or just trying to get breakfast on the table for you and your honey, this is one easy and fast dish that goes from oven to plate in no time!
Pear and Pecan Vegan Baked Oatmeal– I’ve used this recipe about 50 different ways to prep for vegan breakfasts throughout the week, but adding this wholesome dish to your weekend brunch would be just as good! If pears aren’t in season, I think apples, cranberries or just about any other fruit would be perfect in this vegan baked oatmeal.
Vegan Dutch Baby with Caramelized Apples and Pears– Impressive, easy, and packs a punch of caramelized fruit..this vegan dutch baby has it all! I’ve made this one a few times and each time I’m amazed at how easy the batter is to blend up, bake and then top with the sweetest apples and pears!
Whole Wheat Vegan Crepes with Apricots and Ginger – I wanted to be vegan crepes the one vegan brunch recipe I made sure to conquer on this blog. Regular crepes are a challenge anyway, but I wanted to make sure they stuck with you a little bit longer (hence the whole wheat) and included easy to follow instructions. I’m aiming to add more seasonal vegan crepe recipes, but apricots and ginger pair perfectly with these thin, pancake-like crepes!You may also like