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Three Delicious Raw Vegan Breakfast Recipes



If you thought a raw vegan diet would be difficult to follow, think again. By eating a raw cereal for breakfast and a salad for lunch, you can ensure your diet is at least 70% raw, and start reaping all the health benefits that go with it. To get you inspired, here’s a look at three delicious raw breakfast recipes your family will love – made with natural, unprocessed ingredients and packed with energising goodness.

1. Raw Buckwheat, Apple & Walnut Porridge

This is a sweet and spicy raw cereal that’s so easy to make – no dehydrator required.


  • 1 Cup raw hulled buckwheat, soaked overnight & drained
  • 1 Cup raw walnuts, soaked overnight & drained
  • 2 Green apples, cored
  • Juice of 1 orange
  • ½ Tsp ground cardamom
  • ½ Tsp vanilla powder


  • Place all ingredients in a food processor and blend until smooth
  • Top with pomegranate arils, cacao nibs and coconut flakes
  • Keeps for 3-4 days in the fridge
  • Makes 4 servings

2. Raw Vegan Chia Seed Vanilla Pudding

Pudding for breakfast? You bet! This is a delicious and creamy raw breakfast recipe packed with the wholesome power of chia seeds.



  • Blend the strawberries, almond milk and vanilla in a food processor until smooth
  • Pour the mixture over the chia seeds and stir well
  • Leave the mixture to sit for 2 minutes and stir again
  • Cover the pudding and leave to sit for another 20 minutes; do not refrigerate
  • Serve once the pudding has become thick and creamy
  • Makes 2 – 3 servings

3. Raw Buckwheat & Mixed Seed Granola

Serve with fresh fruit and almond milk – a delicious, nutrient-packed raw breakfast to start your day!



  • Mix all the dry ingredients together in a large bowl
  • Whisk together the maple syrup, water, coconut oil, cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt
  • Pour the mixture over dry ingredients and mix them well with your hands
  • Add an extra tsp of maple syrup, or 2 drops of stevia if you want a sweeter mixture
  • Dehydrate at 115° for about 10-12 hours, or until granola is sticky but firm
  • Keep refrigerated to help maintain crunch and texture
  • Makes 3 – 4 servings


Check out this blog post to learn more about the benefits of a raw food diet.

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