Valentine’s day is just around the corner and what better way to start off the day than to treat a loved one to a vegan breakfast in bed! In this article, I will share the best 5 Valentine’s day vegan breakfast recipes that I have written so far, and how you can alter them to fit perfectly for this particular day.
I’m no big celebrator of valentine’s day in general, but I do like to do something small and breakfast in bed is one of those things. To start off the day with some sort of love token or similar just puts a smile on the face of everyone.
So I am here proudly presenting the most popular och best valentine’s day vegan breakfast recipes as off date.
5 valentine’s day vegan breakfast recipes
1. Vegan french toast
If your loved one (or friend, family member, yourself, whoever you want to show some appreciation) is of the big breakfast type, then vegan french toast is a way to go. Going for a rustic sourdough bread gives the french toast a savoury texture and the addition of maple syrup and cinnamon lets it gravitate towards the sweet side of the scale.
The icing on the cake is to top it off with some blueberry raspberry jam and sprinkle some berries on top. This one is a winner!
Go to recipe: Vegan French Toast
2. Cacao oatmeal
If you want to keep it simple and also don’t get too crazy with the unhealthy stuff (though I really must say that if you’re going to celebrate, then celebrate) then this cacao oatmeal is your friend.
Taking the classic oatmeal but giving it a big facelift with the added cacao making it chocolaty and savoury at the same time.
Adding some pears or apples on type also gives the dish some light acid which is just perfect to start off your valentine’s day.
Go to recipe: Cacao Oatmeal
3. Vegan pancakes
Pancakes, this classic that never seems to go out of style. Making your pancakes vegan is a breeze and not a game breaker at all. And, as you can see in the picture, they make for great treats such as small vegan pancake kebabs. Get creative here. You can fry your pancake in a heart-shaped cake form or cut the finished pancake into a shape of your choice. If you serve it with some fresh berries and a splash of maple syrup the success is pretty much guaranteed.
Go to recipe: Vegan Pancakes
Smoothies are great! Not only are you able to fit in a day worth of fruit and berries, but they quench your thirst and is a great substitute for juice when you’re having breakfast.
Since they are so easy to make, they are a great addition to any breakfast really, but they are especially good if you want to show your appreciation to someone by surprising them with breakfast in bed.
Go to recipe: Smoothies
5. Chickpea omelette
This egg-free omelette is great not only because it’s completely plant-based. It’s also very versatile and can be filled with pretty much every single vegetable you can think of, so you can really make sure to hit the sweet-spot of the taste buds of the one you are serving it to (and yourself as well of course).
Don’t worry that the chickpea flour will make the omelette taste strange, you won’t even notice it’s there besides the creamy texture that it’s bringing to the dish.
Go to recipe: Chickpea Omelette
There you have it! 5 valentine’s day vegan breakfast recipes for you to choose from. Have a look at all my breakfast recipes if you don’t find the absolutely correct one here, I’m sure that you will find something that suits your needs.
Take care, and be safe!