My Vegan Journey — 3 Plant-Based & Healthy Sweet Breakfast Recipes for Everyone

Nikola Lindenberg is a well traveled freelance writer and editor with a passion for film,
fashion, nature, and technology. Having grown up moving incessantly, he’s made several
European cities his base throughout the year. The wealth of possibilities and the aura of
inclusiveness first drew him towards House of Satori, and he’s been a contributor to the
website for almost a year. In a world of fast fashion and excess, Nikola has found the
perfect place to write about Earth-conscious ideas such as minimalism, slow fashion, and
the plant-based lifestyle.

I’ve been a vegan for two years now, and it’s been one of the most amazing experiences
of my life so far. Knowing that I’ve adopted a lifestyle that has a great effect on my health,
the life of animals, and the future of the planet is an exhilarating feeling. When I talk to
friends or acquaintances about veganism, and eating plant-based only, numerous
misconceptions crop up. Two of the most common ones that share a deep connection are:
vegans can only eat fruits and veggies, and all vegan food is healthy, it can’t be delicious.
This is why you’ll find my 3 favorite vegan sweet breakfasts before you. They can’t be
more simple, and yet they’re healthy, hearty, and most importantly — irresistibly delicious!

I hope you’ll get right down to trying them out and enjoying them — and perhaps consider
making your breakfasts plant-based. It’s a great way to start the day 🙂


The Perfect Breakfast Oatmeal

100 g oats
30 g raisins
6 g cocoa powder
10 g flax seed
500 ml almond milk
1 grated apple
dash of cinnamon

In a bowl, mix the dry ingredients: oats, raisins, cocoa powder and flax seed.
Grate one apple, sprinkle cinnamon on top. Set aside.
Heat up almond milk, and add the mix to it. Cook on medium heat until thickened.
Add grated apples with cinnamon and continue cooking for a few more minutes.
If you wish, you may add toppings such as maple syrup, fresh or dried fruit, or nuts to the
bowl in which you serve the oatmeal.
Serve warm.


Apple Muffins

5 red apples
200 g farina wheat flour (or regular flour)
250 ml almond milk
150g milled walnuts
50 g sugar
150 g raisins
10 g baking soda


Bake for about 20 minutes at 200 degrees Celsius, and until a toothpick inserted in the
center comes out clean.
Serve warm of chilled.

Instructions:In a bowl, mix all the ingredients together to form a thick paste, but not a dough.
Transfer the mix into the muffin or cupcake pan.


Rice Pudding

500 ml almond milk
100 g white rice
50 g sugar
50 g raisins
5 ml vanilla extract
dash of cinnamon

Heat up almond milk, and add rice and sugar to it.
Cook until thickened, stirring constantly.
Add vanilla extract, and raisins towards the end.
Sprinkle with cinnamon, and serve warm or cold.

Article by: Nikola Lindenberg

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