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#1: Vegan Pancakes
What kid doesn’t love pancakes? The best part is, they are super easy to make ahead of time and freeze for quick and easy breakfasts for the littles. Pancakes are also great because you can make them vegan and also sneak fruit in – blueberry pancakes anyone? Or, one of my son’s favorites are Pumpkin Pancakes – you can substitute the sour cream with vegan cream.
+ How to Prepare and Store Them: After the pancakes have completely cooled, I line a freezable container with parchment paper (which keeps them from sticking together) and then place the pancakes in side by side. Then, add another layer of parchment and another layer of pancakes until the container is full. My son takes a couple of pancakes out each morning, pops them in the toaster and has hot cakes ready to go in a few seconds.
#2: Vegan Breakfast Burritos
Breakfast burritos are fantastic for kids. They are portable, making them perfect for on-the-go dining (if you want your child to eat in the car). To make the breakfast burrito, we heat up a tortilla and then top it with scrambled tofu, vegan cheese and a combination of my son’s favorite vegetables and vegan meats. We then fold them up and let them cool completely.
+ How to Prepare and Store Them: After they are cooled, we wrap them in parchment and stack them inside a glass container that is placed in the refrigerator. My son will eat these all week until they are gone – we usually make 5 at a time. He gets up in the morning, pops the burrito in the toaster oven for a minute, and he has a yummy burrito that definitely keeps him full until lunch.
#3: Vegan French Toast
Another favorite at our house is vegan French Toast. Here is a super yummy recipe that is also gluten-free! French toast is fun too because you can top it with many different types of fresh fruit and it’s completely acceptable for French Toast to have nuts in the bread. Yum!
+ How to Prepare and Store Them: After the French Toast slices are completely cooled, I store them the exact same way as the pancakes – in a freezable container lined with parchment paper. Then, another layer of parchment on top of the French Toast with another layer of toast.
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