Here is my roundup of vegan Easter brunch recipes from the blog! I love a good festive brunch, especially when there are plenty of vegan options to be had! Whether you’re planning a full vegan brunch spread, or just want to offer a couple of vegan options at your gathering, I hope you enjoy some of these recipes. You’ll find a handful of drinks, both hot and cold, as well as a couple of sweet and savoury options.
Vegan Dirty Chai Latte
Cozy right up with this Vegan Dirty Chai Latte. Made with strong chai tea, plant milk, strong coffee (or espresso), almond butter, coconut butter, maple syrup, and vanilla, this hot tonic is both warming and energizing.
Vegan Bulletproof Mocha
This mocha is so frothy thanks to MCT oil and nut butter. It’ll wake you right up in the morning.
Matcha Mint Chip Smoothie
This matcha avocado mint chip smoothie consists of a healthy blend of avocado, frozen banana, matcha, mint, non-dairy milk, and cacao nibs. You’ll fall head over heels for this drink with a consistency resembling a milkshake!
Blueberry, Almond Butter, and Cardamom Smoothie
This blueberry, almond butter, and cardamom smoothie is full of antioxidants, protein, and healthy fat. It’s satisfying and the flavour of cardamom pairs well with berries!
Chocolate Cake Batter Smoothie
This smoothie looks and tastes just like chocolate cake batter, but it’s made with healthy ingredients like oats, nut butter, banana, cacao, and protein powder.
Select one of the five vegan protein smoothies from my Vegan Protein Smoothie Formula!
Beet Grapefruit Endurance Juice
This easy and healthy juice uses a blend and strain method, so you can make it even if you don’t have a juicer! You’ll love the combination of beets and grapefruit with a pinch of cayenne for heat. And who can resist that colour?
baked goods and sweeter options
Cranberry Orange Granola with Cardamom
This simple, hearty cranberry orange granola features cardamom, nuts, and almond or sunflower seed butter. It’s delicious on its own, or served with plant milk, yogurt, and fruit for breakfast. Packed with healthy fat, fibre, and refined sugar-free, it’ll make you feel as good as it tastes.
Oat Flour Peanut Butter Banana Blueberry Muffins
These oat flour banana blueberry muffins have to be the world’s EASIEST muffins. They can be made in one bowl, they’re vegan, and they’re SO TASTY!
Vegan Date Pecan Cinnamon Buns with Maple Almond Butter Glaze
These vegan date pecan cinnamon buns with maple almond butter glaze are the cinnamon buns from heaven. Don’t believe me? Try them for yourself.
Savoury options/protein boosters
It’s always a good idea to offer up a savoury dish at brunch to compliment the sweeter dishes and add a boost of protein to the meal. Here are a couple of ideas!
Tahini Tofu Scramble
A dish created in the early days of Up Beet Kitchen, and still one of the most loved. This satisfying tofu scramble features tahini, nutritional yeast, salsa, and lots of garlic and spices.
Tempeh Chorizo Patties
Satisfying little tempeh chorizo patties are full of flavour and protein. Super simple to whip up, too!
Well, that’s a wrap! I hope you get a chance to make one or a couple of these recipes this weekend! I’m thinking that a tasty combination would be the Vegan Date Pecan Cinnamon Buns, the Blueberry Cardamom Smoothie, and the Tahini Tofu Scramble!
If you make any of these recipes, snap a photo before enjoying and share them to Instagram! Tag @upbeet.kitchen and #upbeetkitchen so I can see. 🙂 Have a great weekend!