Finding a vegan breakfast food that the non-vegan will eat can be a challenging feat. It can be done with some planning and utilizing available substitutions. The key to a good breakfast for anyone, not just vegans, is it being balanced with healthy complex carbohydrates with a healthy dose of protein.
A staple breakfast item for many vegans is oatmeal. It is loaded with fiber, complex carbs, and protein. You can add almost any fruit to it, and it will taste amazing.
A great recipe to try when feeding both vegans and non-vegans is chocolate peanut butter banana oatmeal. This amazing recipe will please everyone, even kids.
The ingredients needed are:
A very ripe banana or two (depending on how many servings you are making)
Peanut butter about three table spoon is more than enough
One cup of rolled oats or old fashioned oats
One cup of almond chocolate milk
½ cup of chocolate syrup
First, place the banana with non-dairy or a dab of coconut oil in a sauce pan for a few minutes. This will ‘fry’ the banana giving it a much sweeter taste. Stir in the almond milk, oats, peanut butter, and chocolate syrup. Cook for about ten minutes stirring frequently.
Remove from heat. If desired add additional peanut butter, fresh peanuts or almonds or a chocolate drizzle on top. It should yield three servings.