Easy Vegan Breakfasts to Make Before School

Tfw you’re running late and you don’t have time to whip up a huge breakfast before school. 😩 Honestly, this can happen pretty often—it’s not our fault that school starts so early! 😒🥱⏰ But this doesn’t mean you have to feel hungry as you sit through your morning classes. Fill up on these convenient vegan breakfast foods on your way out the door:


Breakfast sandwiches are among the easiest, most filling options for busy mornings—try these vegan versions:

Alpha Foods Plant-Based Breakfast Sandwiches

Grab a Meatless Sausage or Meatless Spicy Chorizo sandwich from Alpha Foods. They feature “plant-based egg and cheeze” and pack a powerful protein punch with 16 grams per sammy.

Field Roast Classic Style Sausage, Egg & Cheese Plant-Based Breakfast Sandwich

This delicious plant-based sandwich takes only four minutes to heat up and has 23 grams of protein to give you the boost you need to start your day. 💪


Love a blend of sweet and savory tastes?Thesevegan chicken-and-waffle combos give you a match made in heaven:

MorningStar Farms Incogmeato Plant-Based Chik’n and Eggo Liège Style Waffle Sandwich

Vegan Eggos are here! 🎉 Eggo and MorningStar Farms collabed for this one-of-a-kind sandwich made with dairy-free waffles and crispy, juicy fried vegan chicken.

Alpha Foods Chik’n & Maple Waffle Breakfast Sandwich

How is it possible that Alpha Foods’ breaded vegan chicken between two maple waffles somehow tastes even better than it sounds? 😲


Burritos for breakfast? The ones listed below will make you say, “Yes, please!”

Amy’s Kitchen Gluten Free Tofu Scramble Breakfast Wrap

We see you, gluten-free squad—this soft tofu scramble wrap has everything you love about breakfast burritos. 🙏

Alpha Foods Breakfast Burritos

Alpha Foods comes in clutch yet again with healthy plant-based breakfast burritos in Bac’n Scramble, Protein Supreme, Rockin’ Ranchero, and Meatless Sausage versions.


You can make breakfast sandwiches using English muffins! Look for these and other products that don’t contain eggs, dairy, or honey:

Ener-G English Muffins

Made with Ener-G Egg Replacer, these gluten-free English muffins hit hard warmed up or toasted—you can soften them by microwaving them one slice at a time for 15 to 20 seconds.

Rudi’s Rocky Mountain Bakery English Muffins

All of Rudi’s Rocky Mountain Bakery’s English muffins are vegan—just steer clear of the company’s premade breakfast sandwiches (which contain animal products) and make vegan versions instead. 😊

Trader Joe’s Classic or Whole Wheat English Muffins

English muffins from TJ’s are soft, hearty, and ideal for making vegan breakfast sandwiches.

Food For Life English Muffins

With eight varieties of vegan English muffins—including Cinnamon Raisin Sprouted Whole Grain and Gluten-Free Brown Rice—Food For Life is a great brand for compassionate eaters.


Vegan “egg” products look and taste like chicken eggs without the cruelty. Here are some you can use when you’re making breakfast:

Beleaf Plant-Based Sunnyside Up Egg

Do you beleaf in the power of vegan eggs? 🤷 After trying this egg on your breakfast sandwich, you’ll see what all the hype is about.

WunderEggs Plant Based Hard Boiled Eggs

These hard-boiled eggs look just like those from chickens but don’t support an industry that exploits animals and sends them to slaughter when they’re no longer seen as profitable.

Simply Eggless Plant Based Egg

Whether you like your vegan eggs in patty, bite, or omelet form, this liquid from Simply Eggless can be fried, baked, or scrambled into any of these styles. Try the company’s other vegan egg products, too!


You can top off these nondairy yogurts with vegan granola—but be sure to avoid ingredients like honey:

Kite Hill Plain or Vanilla Unsweetened Greek Style Plant-Based Yogurt

With 17 grams of protein per serving and no added sugar or artificial sweeteners, these are some of the healthiest yogurts you can find.

Oatly Oatgurt Strawberry

Oatly’s Oatgurt Strawberry is made with real strawberries and—you guessed it—oats. This vitamin-rich yogurt is nutritious and delicious.


Do some meal prep and store these breakfasts in the fridge so they’re ready for you in the a.m.:

Matcha Overnight Oats

Mix oats, flax milk, and a few other ingredients in a jar and chill it in the fridge overnight.

Rosewater Chia Pudding

Combine almond milk, rosewater, and chia seeds in a jar and let the chia seeds soak up the liquid overnight. Then top it all off with fresh fruit and walnuts.

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chia Pudding

This rich, tasty treat mixes chia seeds, peanut butter, and chocolate almond milk. Stir it all in a jar, seal it tightly, and enjoy it the next morning.


Vegans have endless options for breakfast foods—check these out, and look for more products and recipes that don’t contain animal-derived ingredients on your own:

MorningStar Farms Incogmeato Plant-Based Pancake and Sausage on a Stick

Ready for the most unique item on this list? It’s a vegan breakfast sausage wrapped in a pancake and served on a stick—and it’s delicious. 😋

Trader Joe’s Tofu Scramble with Soy Chorizo

Help prevent chickens, pigs, and cows from enduring the horrors of the meat industry by enjoying this tofu scramble. It has vegan eggs, spicy soy chorizo, and vegan cheddar-style shreds.

Raised Gluten Free Vegan Quiche

Serve up major brunch vibes with this tasty spinach quiche—no eggs, dairy, or gluten included.

Strawberry-Banana Smoothie

Blend nondairy milk, bananas, strawberries, dates, and ice to make this smooth, creamy drink.


Want to make a stop at Dunkin’ on the way to school? 😶 Try out all the chain’s tasty vegan foods to find your new go-to order.

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