If you want to mix things up, consider the following delicious recipes.
If you want to mix things up, consider the following delicious recipes.

Delicious Breakfast Recipes

Most people rely on breakfast for the fuel their body needs after a long night of rest. While others can get by with a simple fresh glass of vegetable juice, BarleyMax or a smoothie for breakfast, some adults and young children could use more of a boost before work and school.

If you want to mix things up and exchange your usual vegetable juice breakfast for something different, consider the following delicious recipes.

Remember: We highly recommend using organic ingredients as much as possible.

1. Fruit and Flax Smoothie
Not far off from vegetable juice, this wholesome smoothie is loading with nutrients and antioxidants – plus it's tasty! This recipe makes a batch for the entire family.

Ingredients:

10 to 12 ripe Bananas
1 cup Blueberries – frozen or fresh
1-2 cups sliced Peaches – frozen or fresh
1/2 cup ground flaxseed
Water for consistency

Directions:

First, place all ingredients in a blender. Mix until smooth, adding water slowly to perfect the consistency. Place in the refrigerator to cool before serving. Enjoy!

FlaxseedFlaxseed offers an abundance of health benefits. Add it to all of your morning smoothies!

2. Raw Granola
Found in Rhonda's book "Rhonda's Culinary Creations," you'll love how simple and delicious this recipe is for a breakfast. You can also save and eat it as an afternoon snack!

Ingredients:

1/2 cup buckwheat – soaked overnight, drained and dehydrated 24 hours
1/2 cup almonds – soaked overnight, drained, dehydrated 24 hours and chopped
1/2 cup oat groats – soaked overnight, drained and dehydrated 24 hours
2 tablespoons ground flaxseed
1/3 cup sunflower seeds
1/3 cup pumpkin seeds
1/3 cup organic raisins, Medjool dates, cranberries, and/or cherries
1/3 cup unsweetened coconut, dried and shredded
1/3 cup maple syrup or raw, unfiltered honey
1/4 cup coconut or flax oil
2 tablespoons distilled water
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
A dash of ground nutmeg
A dash of unrefined sea salt

Directions:

Place all ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Toss to coat and evenly distribute each ingredient. Serve immediately or store in an airtight container to enjoy later for up to five days.

3. Gluten-free Buckwheat Flapjacks
What kid doesn't love a serving of pancakes on Sunday morning? Save this delicious recipe for your next weekend getaway with the family.

Ingredients:

7 teaspoons ground flaxseed soaked in 2 tablespoons water for approximately 3 minutes
1/2 cup buckwheat flour
1/2 cup cornmeal
1 to 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoons unrefined salt
1 cup water
2 tablespoons mashed banana
grapeseed oil spray for skillet

Directions:

First, combine all dry ingredients in a large bowl using a sifter. In a separate small bowl, mix together the water, mashed banana and soaked flaxseed. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry, beating together until the mixture forms a thick consistency.

Once your batter is ready, prepare a large skillet over medium heat with grapeseed oil spray. Pour 3 pancakes worth of batter on the skillet, cooking until bubbles form around the edges. Flip pancakes and cook for an additional 2 minutes.

Let cool and serve with your favorite organic syrup!

Pumpkin pancakesAdd fruits and nuts to this recipe to mix it up!

4. Blueberry Pancake Syrup
Try this delicious option with your buckwheat pancakes! You can try it in the raw or cooked form based on personal preference:

Ingredients:

For the raw version:

1 cup fresh or frozen blueberries
5 Medjool dates – pitted, soaked 2 hours and drained
1 teaspoon pure vanilla
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
Juice of 1/2 lemon

For the cooked version:

1 cup fresh or frozen blueberries
1/4 cup pure maple syrup
Pinch of cinnamon

Remember: Maple syrup and frozen fruit count toward the 15% cooked portion of The Hallelujah Diet.

Directions:

For the raw version:

Place all ingredients in a blender and mix until smooth and creamy. Add water slowly to perfect the consistency if necessary. Pour directly over hot pancakes or waffles.

For the cooked version:

Slowly heat blueberries in a small saucepan over low heat. Stir in the maple syrup and heat until reduced. Pour directly over hot pancakes or waffles and enjoy!

Raw Banana Cream Pie in a Glass
Who said dessert can't be for breakfast? Treat yourself to this sweet, delightful treat that still makes quite the healthy option for your first meal of the day.

Ingredients:

3 bananas – frozen
1/4 cup coconut – fresh coconut meat or shredded coconut
1/2 cup dates – pitter
1 cup very cold coconut milk
1/2 cup walnuts
1 cup distilled ice water

Directions:

Simply mix all ingredients together in a large bowl, then place in the refrigerator to set for a few hours. Enjoy!

Just because you want to enjoy a fun breakfast every once in a while doesn't mean you have to step down from your plant-based eating habits! There are so many ways to enjoy breakfast while following the Hallelujah Diet. Browse through our database of primarily raw plant-based recipes and find dozens of ways to fall in love with food again!

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6 comments

  1. Angela M Solomon

    Thanks for the healthy and deliouis looking recipes!

  2. Thanks for the great recipes! It’s always a challenge to find healthy breakfast foods for my little one.

  3. These are some great recipes. Especially Gluten-free Buckwheat Flapjacks, I love pancakes so these would be real good. Another great one was Fruit and Flax Smoothie, I love making smoothies so this would be good.

    • These are excellent pancakes, I’ve had them many times. I no longer start my day with a lot of sweet fruit or grains. I made that mistake before. Something like avocado with lots of lemon juice squeezed on top with a couple tablespoons of nut and/or seed butter works much better for me. If I need a touch of sweetness, then a third of a banana or only about ½ tsp. honey or a few berries. Something similar to this recipe. For those wanting to avoid excess sugar in their smoothies, even from natural sources, the recipe book “Less Is Enough” encourages transforming a smoothie into a more vegetable based drink while lowering the sugar content.

  4. I appreciate these recipes. Sometimes it is a challenge to know what is a healthy breakfast. The recipes here look delicious.

  5. Carolyn b calhoun

    Love my smoothies in the morning. Think I a may try the pancakes this week-end. They do sound good. Thanks for the great recipie suggestions.

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