18 Low-Carb Vegan Breakfast Recipes

by Alena

Move over, bread and oatmeal — these easy low-carb vegan breakfast recipes are just as tasty and filling! Following this dietary pattern as a vegan is super simple with these bars, bowls, muffins & puddings.

One of the biggest trends right now is to focus more on protein and fat, instead of carbs, in your diet. But does that mean that you need to start eating animals again? 

Not at all! With just a few food swaps, you can make common vegan breakfast recipes like pancakes or muffins much lower in carbs and still tasty.

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Our vegan breakfast recipes range from moderate to low-carb and some are even keto-approved! Yes, vegan keto is a thing.

Other vegan low-carb recipes are in our posts about low-carb vegan snacks, vegan keto desserts and spiralizer recipes.

Enjoy the following hand-selected list and check out our vegan breakfast guide, summer breakfasts and delicious brunch ideas on our website!

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If you like easy and tasty vegan recipes that are diet-friendly, check out these articles which also feature some low-carb options!

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collage of 4 low-carb vegan breakfast recipes like chia pudding, muffins, tofu scramble and oat-free granola

15+ Low-Carb Vegan Breakfast Recipes

Yield: 12 balls
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Find easy and tasty low-carb vegan breakfast recipes from keto oatmeal and frittata to almond flour waffles, tofu scramble and low-carb granola bars in this article! Additionally, we love making Bliss Balls and wanted to share a version of them here that focuses more on protein and fat.

Ingredients

Easy Fat Bombs

Instructions

  1. Put your walnuts, almonds and flax seeds in a high-speed blender or food processor and blend to create a crumbly texture.
  2. Add the vegan protein blend, peanut butter, stevia drops and cinnamon along with a spritz of water and process again. Stop to scrape down the sides as needed and add more water until your batter is completely combined.
  3. Transfer into a bowl and place, covered, in the fridge for around 30 minutes to allow the batter to firm up.
  4. Once the time has elapsed, remove your bowl from the fridge and use your wetted hands to form little balls.
  5. Place them next to each other on a parchment paper-lined plate or container and enjoy immediately or store in the refrigerator.
    

Notes

  • The vegan fat bombs keep well in the fridge for around a week and can be frozen for at least 6 months (wrap them individually!)
  • You can use any nuts, seeds and nut butter of your choice. 
  • The amount of stevia drops depends on the exact product you’re using as well as your sweet tooth!
  • Find 15+ more low-carb vegan breakfast ideas in the article above!

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1 ball
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 154Total Fat: 14gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 11gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 80mgCarbohydrates: 5gFiber: 2gSugar: 1gProtein: 5g

Nutrition information is a rough estimate calculated automatically, their accuracy is not guaranteed. Just focus on whole plant-based foods and eat until satiety!

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About Alena Handwritten FontAlena Schowalter is a Certified Vegan Nutritionist who has been a vegetarian since childhood and vegan since 2012. Together with her husband, she founded nutriciously in 2015 and has been guiding thousands of people through different transition stages towards a healthy plant-based diet. She’s received training in the fields of nutrition, music therapy and social work. Alena enjoys discussions around vegan ethics, walks through nature and creating new recipes.

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