In this week’s post, we explore the best vegan snack recipes for breakfast and lunch.
Grapes – Fresh, juicy and with a hint of sweetness.
The freshest, most nutritious, and most satisfying option for breakfast.
Fruit snacks – They can be served with fruit and milk, or topped with toppings.
Vegetarian snacks – A few vegan options include almond and coconut milk, almond butter, cashew milk, and even some coconut water.
Makes 8-12 servings.
Ingredients:-Fresh fruit or veg: Fresh squeezed grapes, peaches, apricots, apples, cantaloupe, grapeseed, applesauce, mango, strawberries, grapes, grapes root, figs, raspberries, cranberries, cantu, guava, orange, lemons, pineapple, orange juice, water, sugar, honey, vinegar, yeast, spices, salt, spices-Vegetable protein: A few plant-based options include tofu, tempeh, and veggie burgers.
Vegan Protein Bars – This is the easiest and best way to incorporate meat, dairy, and protein into your breakfast.
Just blend up your protein bars with your favorite ingredients, and they’re ready in about an hour.
They’re vegan, gluten-free, and low-fat, and are good for you too!
Grapefood Smoothies – These smoothies are a good way to add protein to your morning, and it’s one of the most filling snacks you can have.
They also have a vegan option.
Snacks – These are great to make for a quick meal for yourself, or a party or to snack on with friends and family.
Snacks to Make- If you don’t have fresh fruit or vegetables, this is a good option for you to try.
The most nutritious vegan options can be found in your favorite fruit, vegetable, and nut products.
Grain Free Vegan Snacks- They are super easy to make at home, and the fruit and fruit products have been tested for health.
This includes berries, bananas, cherries, mangoes, rindos, fig and other fruits, and many other plant-containing ingredients.
Snack Recipes:-Doughnut Smoothie- This is a great breakfast or snack for the whole family.
You can add protein powder to your smoothie to add some protein.
This recipe can be made in a large bowl and baked at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
Ingredients-1/2 cup raw brown sugar (or any non-dairy or sugar-free alternative)*2 tbsp coconut oil or palm oil*2 tsp honey*1/4 tsp cinnamon*1 tsp salt or to taste*1-2 tbsp ground flax seeds*1 cup granulated sugar*1 pinch salt*1 tbsp raw brown rice syrup*1 can or ½ cup frozen blueberries*1 banana, pitted, chopped for garnish*1 avocado, sliced*2 tbsp organic maple syrup*2 tablespoons raw almonds*1.
Mix all the ingredients in a blender or food processor until smooth.
Cover with foil and refrigerate at least 4 hours.3.
In a small bowl, whisk the flaxseed, honey and cinnamon together.
Blend on low speed for about 2 minutes.4.
In another bowl, combine the oats, granulated sugars, and maple syrup.
Blend for about 30 seconds until smooth and creamy.5.
In an oven-safe bowl, mix the remaining ingredients, then sprinkle with a bit of honey to taste.
Vegetarian Smoothie – This recipe makes 12-16 servings.
Ingredients-1 cup raw blueberries (1 ½ cups)1 cup frozen berries*1½ tbsp raw cashews*1¼ cups raw flaxseeds*1 tablespoon organic lemon juice*1 teaspoon ground cinnamon*2 cups raw blackberries*½ cup vegan cheese*1 large banana, peeled and sliced*1 egg, beaten*1 medium onion, diced*1 bunch of kale, shredded1/3 cup raw pumpkin seeds*½ tsp vanilla extract*1 lemon, juice to taste, to tasteMethod-In a large, non-stick pan, heat the coconut oil over medium heat until it’s hot.
Remove from heat, then add the berries and applesauces.
Mix until they’re fully incorporated.
Add the coconut and honey and mix until well combined.
Pour the berries into a blender and mix on high speed for 3-5 minutes, until smooth, creamy, and creamy-like.
Add the flour and mix again.
Add in the bananas and spices and mix for about a minute.
Add some fresh fruit to taste and blend until smooth on low.6.
Transfer the blended smoothie into an airtight container and freeze until ready to serve.
Serve immediately or freeze for up to 2 months.