Best Vegan Breakfast Products: Plant-Based Pancake Mixes & More

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Photo courtesy of Purely Elizabeth

For a meal considered the most important of the day, breakfast should never be boring. And if you try to keep them herbal, they can get repetitive and old quickly. There is only a limited amount of avocado toast you can have.

But having food allergies or following a plant or vegan diet doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice flavor and variety. By replacing cow’s milk and eggs with non-dairy, plant-based alternatives (try applesauce!) And cooking with organic ingredients, you can still enjoy breakfast staples.

Here are a few companies that offer nationwide shipping of pancakes, muffins, waffles, and even French toast mixes in a variety of really tasty flavors that won’t make you want to get back to bed.

It's really vegan pancakes and waffles
Photo courtesy of It’s Really Vegan

Any pancake mix approved by Tabitha Brown is one worthy of trying. Founded by couple Joy and Terry Cesar in 2016, It’s Really Vegan offers original chocolate and vegan pancake mixes that only need the addition of water for an easy and quick breakfast. Organic cocoa powder is the secret to chocolate mixing, which unlike cocoa powder, is generally raw and unprocessed without sugar or dairy products. Cocoa powder is made from raw cocoa beans, which really boosts the chocolate flavor you want in anything chocolate flavored, while also giving your body the antioxidants it needs. While they’re dairy, soy, and egg free, both mixes make pancakes so chewy and filling you’ll really wonder if they’re really vegan.
How to buy: Directly from their website or Amazon

Food allergies can really take the fun out of eating, but Partake Food’s new gluten-free and dairy-free baking mix is ​​the answer to an allergic person’s prayers. The company started out as a way for Partake Foods Founder and CEO Denise Woodard to adjust to her daughter’s severe allergic allergies when she was a baby. The baking mix is ​​free from the top 8 allergens including peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, wheat and milk. Even if breakfast is on the brain, the mixture can be used to make muffins, cakes, and just about anything your heart desires. If the name is familiar to you, it’s because Partake has made waves with its biscuits, which are also worth a visit.
How to buy: Directly from their website

vegan pancakes and waffles
Photo courtesy of Purely Elizabeth

If you’re looking to incorporate more superfoods into your diet, Purely Elizabeth’s Pancake and Waffle Mix is ​​the way to go. Choose from Old Grain, Grain Free, Grain Free with Collagen, or try all three with the batch of samplers. Each mix is ​​packed with nutrient-dense flours like almond flour, arrowroot, teff and the one that has a permanent place in my pantry, buckwheat. Organic chia and flax seeds are also making an appearance in the ingredients of all three blends. Designed for both meat eaters and plant-based eaters, the mixes can be used with eggs or you can replace with â…“ cup mashed ripe bananas for a thicker consistency.
How to buy: Directly from their website

Vegans and non-vegans from the South, enter here. If you’ve never thought of adding sweet potatoes to your waffle or pancake mix, now is the time to shine. Rosella Baked Goods makes a vegan sweet potato pancake and waffle mix that’s also Approved by Tabitha Brown. The sweetness of the sweet potatoes is subtle enough that pancakes or waffles can even be served as a semi-sweet dessert – and no one is judging whether you serve them with a scoop of ice cream. All you need to do is add water or your favorite vegetable milk like cashew, oats, almond or rice and you’re good to go.
How to buy: Directly from their website or Amazon

Vicky Cakes Pancake & Waffle Mix
Vicky Cakes Pancake & Waffle Mix

Using a recipe created over 40 years ago, Vicky Cakes offers a heartwarming, family-friendly approach to pancakes and waffles. Founded by Cortney and Christian Sargent, Vicky Cakes is named after Christian’s mother, Vicky, from the Mississippi Delta who carefully developed the recipe for the original buttermilk pancake mix. Easily swap eggs for yogurt, applesauce, aquafaba and milk for any non-dairy milk like oats or coconut. But you don’t have to stick to the usual flavors. Other blends are available, including pecans, chocolate chips, blueberries, and a gluten-free version of the original. All of this will give you those unbeatable crispy edges.
How to buy: Directly from their website, Walmart or Amazon

Bella Lam founded Coconut Whisk with her partner Myles Olson while they were in college after they both became vegans. In addition to the pancake and waffle mix, Coconut Whisk offers a range of vegan baking mixes, including those for chocolate chip cookies and chocolate muffins. Instead of cane sugar, organic coconut sugar is used in the pancake and waffle mix, resulting in a caramel flavor that pairs well with the chickpea flour in the finished product. The company also combines nutritious food with a mission to give back to the community by donating a plant-based meal to a child in need with every purchase through its partnership with Food for world life.
How to buy: Directly from their website

vegan pancakes and waffles
Photo courtesy of Pancakes From Scratch

While pancakes and waffles are usually the main events of most breakfast meals, French toast is still a staple of the morning, especially when served with fresh fruit and a little scoop of Cocowhip. Brian Lee, the founder of Pancakes From Scratch, knows it and brings you vegan versions of pancakes. and Mix of French toast. The ingredient list for the pancake mix is ​​short and sweet, only mentioning spelled flour, chickpea flour, agave powder, vanilla powder, sea salt, and baking soda. The only extra thing you will need to add is sparkling water. The list for French toast is even shorter with only spelled flour, agave powder, cinnamon, vanilla powder, sea salt. Just grab the bread of your choice, coconut milk and maple syrup and you’re good to go.
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Kristen Adaway is a writer for Thrillist. Am here @kristenadaway.



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