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Vegan Fall Breakfasts – Our Top 10 Favorites

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In honor of the cooler weather we’re having right now, I thought I would share some of our favorite vegan fall breakfasts.

It’s definitely feeling like fall! We went to the apple orchard yesterday with LegoLad’s Cub Scout pack. It was fantastic! I was able to wear a real shoe (the whole broken foot fiasco) and do a bit of walking. There were hay rides, a corn maze and fresh apple cider. When you walked into the store part of the orchard you were immediately hit with all of these fantastic aromas. It was heavenly! Spicy apple cider, fresh donuts, pumpkin yummies, caramel apples and so many things I couldn’t even identify. It so got me in the mood for fall.

There were little tables set up all around the shop with different things to taste. Our favorite table had apple butter, grape jam and pumpkin butter. Holy.Cow. I loved all three! SWB was really only a fan of the pumpkin butter, but said the apple butter was OK. He wasn’t a fan of the grape jam at all. Weird, I know. LL liked all three and Daddy liked the two butters. Needless to say, we bought the apple butter and pumpkin butter. We only got a small jar of apple butter because we’re going to be making our own this week or next. We’re planning a trip back to the orchard, hopefully tomorrow, to pick apples. There will be apple pie, jam/jelly, apple butter and dried apples in the near future. I’ll be sure to keep track of the recipes we use. :)

You know what? Let’s do a Top 10. 

 

Top 10 Favorite Vegan Fall Breakfasts

  1. Toast or bagel with Pumpkin Butter!!!
  2. Pumpkin Pie Muffins (chocolate muffin with pumpkin puree in the batter)
  3. Apple Spice Muffins
  4. Carrot Spice Muffins
  5. Oatmeal with Apples and Raisins
  6. Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal
  7. Toast or bagel with Apple Butter
  8. Pumpkin Pancakes with Banana Slices
  9. Apple Waffles with Sliced Apples on top
  10. Crepes filled with warm Spiced Apple Slices

 

And now I’m starving. Even though I did just have a bagel with pumpkin butter to go with my morning cup of tea. :D

Now, if you want some amazing apple or pumpkin butter, you have to get Cooper’s Old Time Apple Butter or Pumpkin Butter. Seriously. The only thing better is when you make it yourself!

Most of these are self-explanatory, but if you want any of the recipes just let me know in the comments and I will make sure to post them soon! You’ll want to subscribe to my blog so you don’t miss your recipe being posted. You can do that over on the right side of the page. Just enter your email address and you’re good to go! 

Do you have any vegan fall breakfast recipes that your family just loves? Leave a link in the comments to your recipe on your site or just tell us what your favorite vegan fall breakfast is if you don’t have a post to link to. I’m always on the lookout for new recipes and ideas.

4 Comments

  1. I would love to know how to make #10!All of them sound delicious!

    • I’m sure I can convince the boys to make them with me this weekend! ;) The crepe recipe we use is from Vegan Yum Yum. For the apples, you caramelize them in a pan with demerara sugar, Earth Balance, cinnamon and nutmeg. More cinnamon than nutmeg. I will make sure to measure it out when we make them. Oh! Use tart apples. I will post the recipe on Monday with pics and measurements for you.

      Here’s the crepe recipe: http://veganyumyum.com/2009/03/spring-crepes-three-ways/
      How delicious do those look?! Just gorgeous.

  2. I like to make pear butter and apple butter. I have never made pumpkin butter but I may just have to give it a try. It sounds really good.

    I also need to get apples and pears to make applesauce. I always add in a few pears for more sweetness without any added sugar.

    Pumpkin bread is a favorite of ours for breakfast. Now I’m hungry. :)

    • Shelly, pumpkin butter is soooo good! It’s creamier and more mellow than apple butter. I’ve been having it on cinnamon raisin bagels. Talk about yummy! :D

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