Recipes

Breakfast Ideas

Cooked breakfasts – even the ‘full British’ – are not a problem for vegetarians and vegans. Veggie sausages and bacon are available and combine perfectly with mushrooms, beans, hash browns, grilled tomatoes and eggs or tofu scramble. Of course, these days a cereal-based breakfast is more common, perhaps with toast and fruit juice. It’s easy to have soya milk and vegan margarine available for vegans. Breakfast can be made more interesting by including granola, good quality mueslis, ‘soaked’ (overnight) oat flake and fruit mixes and porridge instead of ‘regular’ branded cereals. Instead of fruit juice, try serving grapefruit, prunes, fruit salads and dried fruit compote.

  • ‘World’s Best’ Porridge

    Serves: 2
    Time to prepare: 10 mins
    Time to cook: 05 mins
    Dietary requirements: Dairy-free, Egg-free, Vegan, Vegan (with substitutions), Halal, Kosher
    This porridge is a highly nutritious start to the day – especially good on cold mornings. The secret of its delicious taste lies in soaking the oatmeal or oat flakes and dried fruit
  • Tofu Scramble

    Serves: 4
    Time to prepare: 10 mins
    Time to cook: 10 mins
    Dietary requirements: Dairy-free, Egg-free, Vegan, Halal, Kosher
    Serve on toast by itself, or as part of a cooked breakfast.
  • Swiss Muesli

    Serves: 1 - 2
    Time to prepare: 10 mins
    Dietary requirements: Egg-free, Vegan, Vegan (with substitutions), Halal, Kosher
    This is an adaptation of the famous Dr Bircher-Benner’s muesli.
  • Kathleen Bennett’s Granola

    Serves: 12 - 16
    Dietary requirements: Dairy-free, Egg-free, Vegan, Vegan (with substitutions), Halal, Kosher
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