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3 EASY VEGAN BREAKFAST IDEAS FOR LAZY DAYS | Blueberry Muffins | Protein Pancakes + more | Edgy Veg

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LEARN MORE ABOUT BOB’S RED MILL HERE: Today on The Edgy Veg I am going to show you 3 easy vegan breakfast ideas for when you’re in a hurry, or feeling lazy. We’re going to be making Breakfast Blueberry Muffins, Vegan Protein Pancakes and Jacked Up Oatmeal To-Go cups. All three of these vegan breakfast ideas for quick, simple and easy to throw together when you’re out the door or pressed for time.

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This first recipe we’re making are loaded protein pancakes. The base of these pancakes will be the Bob’s Red Mill Paleo pancake mix. This stuff makes fluffy, grain-free pancakes using almond flour, coconut flour, and simple root starches. You could just make the mix on it’s own, and it’s delicious that way, but today, I’m going to load it up with Bob’s Red Mill Vanilla Nutritional Booster for added protein.

The second recipe is what I like to call “Jacked Up” to-go oatmeal cups. We’ve all seen just add water to-go oat cups and packets, they’re perfect for when you’re in a hurry or on the go. These Bob’s Red Mill Organic Oatmeal Cups are super easy to take to the next level. We’re going to make that on-the-go breakfast taste like hours of work! Just take some of your favourite, nuts, seeds and dried fruit and add them to a small container, and bring a small jar of your favourite plant-based milk. Then when you’re hungry, simply add some hot water to the oatmeal, wait 3 mins and then top with your milk and add your mix of nuts and dried fruit! Voila!

The third breakfast uses one of my favourite meal prep techniques; make ahead! We’re going to make breakfast blueberry muffins so you can just grab them and go in the morning. Our base will be a combination of Bob’s Red Mill organic all purpose and Bob’s Red Mill whole wheat flour.

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7 thoughts on “3 EASY VEGAN BREAKFAST IDEAS FOR LAZY DAYS | Blueberry Muffins | Protein Pancakes + more | Edgy Veg

  1. Couldn’t you take the base of the muffins and dry them out somehow and make some sort of vegan bread pudding?

  2. I must be really lazy those pancakes and seem very delicious but for me to much work. Yes I am a lazy one when it comes to breakfast 😂

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