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20+ Low Carb Vegan Breakfast Ideas For Weight Loss (Keto Friendly)

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If you are a vegan trying to follow a low-carb diet, it can be challenging to find breakfast ideas that fit both requirements while also tasting good and being easy to make.

Most vegan breakfast staples like oatmeal or smoothies are high in carbs but the recipes on this list have found ingenious and delicious ways to replace those with low carb ingredients that taste as good if not better.

Whether you prefer a sweet, savory, cold, or hot breakfast, you’ll find something for you in this list that’ll make your morning easier while helping you stick to your low-carb vegan diet and achieve your goals.

Low Carb Vegan Breakfast Ideas

1. Easy Low Carb Superfood Breakfast Bowl

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This Low-Carb Superfood Breakfast Bowl by Vegetarian Gastronomy has only 8g net carbs and is a great way to jump-start your morning with a high dose of vitamins, minerals a protein to keep you full for long.

It is made with chia seeds, hemp seeds, unsweetened coconut, and berries! It’s vegan and gluten-free, and packed with protein, healthy fats, and fiber!  It contains protein powder so it will help you meet your daily protein needs.

Depending on which protein powder you use you may get a slightly different consistency. If you prefer a thicker consistency of the breakfast bowl, start off with 3/4 cup non-dairy milk and you can always add more the following morning.

2. Easy Low Carb Superfood Breakfast Bowl

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This Low-Carb Superfood Breakfast Bowl by Vegetarian Gastronomy has only 8g net carbs and is a great way to jump-start your morning with a high dose of vitamins, minerals a protein to keep you full for long.

It is made with chia seeds, hemp seeds, unsweetened coconut, and berries! It’s vegan and gluten-free, and packed with protein, healthy fats, and fiber!  It contains protein powder so it will help you meet your daily protein needs.

Depending on which protein powder you use you may get a slightly different consistency. If you prefer a thicker consistency of the breakfast bowl, start off with 3/4 cup non-dairy milk and you can always add more the following morning.

2. Low Carb Vegan Crustless Mini Quiches

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This recipe for Vegan Mini Quiches by Bear Plate offers only 3.8 net carbs and is a great option if you’re following a low-carb diet.

They’re packed with protein and fiber so they are perfect to kickstart your morning and keep you full for hours.

If you are looking for an easy hearty vegan breakfast, these vegan mini quiches can be made in advance and are perfect for a breakfast on the go or even as a post-workout snack.

3. Cinnamon No-Bake Keto Donut Holes

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These Cinnamon No-Bake Keto Donut Holes by Cassidy Craveable Creations contain only 2g of net carbs. They are not only crazy easy to make, but also sweet, cinnamony, and melt in your mouth.

They are really easy and fast to make and you won’t have to wait to bake them to know they turned out.

These low-carb vegan breakfast donut holes are packed on healthy fats so they will keep you full for hours.

4. Low Carb Avocado Matcha Smoothie

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This Avocado Matcha Smoothie by Pink Fortitude Avocados is the perfect fat-burning vegan breakfast and is packed with benefits!

Avocados are high in vitamin K, vitamin C, folate, vitamins B5 and B6, and contain more potassium than bananas. They also contain 15 grams of healthy fats, known to reduce inflammation help to lower cholesterol and triglycerides and fight cancer.

Matcha has 137 times more antioxidants than regular green te and it’s packed with antioxidants. It also helps boost metabolism, detoxify, calm, and energize at the same time.

Matcha can be a bit of an acquired taste so If you aren’t used to it, you want to ease into it starting with just a little of the powder, and then add more in as needed.

5. Almond Butter Green Smoothie Bowl

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This Almond Butter Green Smoothie Bowl by Go Dairy Free is great if you’re looking for a rich, low-carbohydrate blend. It is not only vegan and low carb but also paleo and keto-friendly so it suits almost any diet.

This almond butter green smoothie bowl is rich in plant-based fats, low in sugar and high in protein and fiber. It contains yogurt and protein powder so you want to choose the ones that work best for your needs.

This nutritious low-carb vegan breakfast will set you up for a productive day and avoid mid-morning cravings.

6. Vegan Low Carb Coconut Flour Porridge

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This high fiber coconut flour porridge by Low Carb Yum is super easy to make on the stovetop or in an electric pressure cooker and makes a perfect low-carb hot cereal!

Although it is named “oatmeal”, there’s no actual oatmeal in it but a mock oatmeal cereal made with coconut which is a modified version of the no-oatmeal hot cereal.

If you look at the nutritional information, the carbs seem high. but, most of those carbs are from fiber so the net carb count per serving is only five grams.

7. Slow Cooker Low Carb Vegan Granola

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This Slow Cooker Low Carb Granola by Recipes from my Pantry has only 6g of net carbs and makes the perfect breakfast or snack. It is crunchy, nutty, grain-free, and refined sugar-free.

This Low Carb Granola is very, very easy to make since you only need to mix up a few ingredients and bake them. If anything, the hardest part will be deciding which nuts and seeds you want to include.

The recipe uses sugar-free maple syrup which keeps the carbohydrates low. Feel free to use regular maple syrup but consider that the carb count will go up a little bit.

8. Strawberry Avocado Low Carb Smoothie

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This strawberry avocado smoothie by Wholesome Yum contains only 7g of net carbs and uses just 4 INGREDIENTS! It is made with almond milk and takes just a few minutes.

While avocado is not a common ingredient for smoothies, the flavor is really neutral when mixed when other ingredients resulting in a creamy, satisfying and nourishing low carb vegan breakfast

While there are many avocado smoothie recipes out there, this one is creamy, refreshing, and packed with vitamins, fiber, and healthy fats to keep you full for a long time.

9. Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Chia Pudding 

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This Peanut Butter Chia Pudding by Whole New Mom tastes like candy but makes a perfect low-carb healthy breakfast. Mix it together the night before and wake up to a delicious breakfast loaded with healthy ingredients.

Chia seeds are full of protein, and fiber too so they keep you full for long and help you avoid mid-morning cravings. They are also loaded with calcium which is perfect when you are on a vegan diet.

This Chocolate Peanut Butter Chia Pudding has a super dark chocolate pudding blended with a yummy peanut butter filling and you can be creative with the toppings.

10. Low Carb Smoothie Bowl With Cauliflower And Greens

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This low-carb smoothie bowl by The Conscious Dietitian is a creamy smoothie bowl that is low in sugar since it uses frozen cauliflower instead of bananas as the base. The berries add a low-carb sweetness that allows for the addition of some greens without compromising the falcvor.

The omission of bananas is possible thanks to the use of frozen cauliflower for texture and berries for natural sweetness. Those combined with some healthy fats from nut butter, and some nutritious greens, make it a healthy and delicious low-carb breakfast.

Use plant-based milk to make this smoothie vegan and make sure that the granola does not contain honey.

11. Low Carb Pumpkin Spice Mousse 

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This Pumpkin Spice Mousse by Pink Fortitude is low-carb, smooth, and creamy, and you can even add a little butterscotch flavor if you like.

Pumpkin is full of fiber and it may help to protect against cancer, asthma, and heart disease, and increase your immunity. This recipe also contains maca which is rich in antioxidants and may help to enhance energy, mood, and memory and boost sexual health.

You can enjoy it solo, or pair it with your favorite pumpkin spice granola. You can also add nut or seed butter you prefer.

12. Peanut Butter Coconut Truffles

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These Peanut Butter Coconut Truffles by Bakerita contain only 4g of net carbs and are made with just 6 simple ingredients!

They are infinitely customizable to your taste since you can use your favorite nut butter or flavored nut butter to change the taste of the recipe and never get tired of them. They are packed with healthy fats and perfect for a breakfast on the go or a healthy snack.

The recipe low carb and naturally keto, since there is no added sugar. You can use unsweetened chocolate or sugar-free chocolate to lower the amount of sugar even further.

13. Low Carb Vegan Pumpkin Cookies

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These Low Carb Vegan Pumpkin Cookies by Diabetes Strong have only 3.1g of net carbs. They are crisp on the outside, soft on the inside, and made without any sugar! They’re a perfect alternative for a quick sweet breakfast or a healthy treat.

These low-carb pumpkin cookies are great for when you want to enjoy a delicious cookie without the added sugar, carbs, or guilt. And you don’t need to be vegan or keto to enjoy them since they taste amazing and No one will be able to tell they’re low carb and sugar-free!

They are great if you follow a low-carb diet or want an alternative to traditional sugar-packed cookies.

14. Low Carb Healthy Vegan Niche

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This Low Carb Healthy Veggie Niche by VegAnnie is savory, fluffy, and so satisfying. It is high in protein, low in calories, and packed with nutrients making it the perfect alternative for a filling and nutritious breakfast.

It is really easy to make and will work with any greens you have on hand. It can also be prepared in advance so it is ideal if you meal prep or if don’t have a lot of time to cook breakfast every morning. This recipe will help you stick to your diet and keep you full for long.

It’s also presented beautifully and almost impossible to mess up so you can even use it as an entry if you have unexpected visitors.

15. Spicy Tempeh Vegan Breakfast Sausage

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This recipe for spicy vegan breakfast sausage by Minimalist Baker is made with protein-rich tempeh. It is smoky, savory, and flavorful, and perfect to satisfy that savory morning protein craving.

The base of this “sausage” is tempeh, a plant-based protein source made from fermented soybeans and known for its high protein content. It mocks the texture of sausage perfectly, is high in protein, low in carbs, and has no cholesterol.

This recipe does require a few ingredients but it can be made with just 1-bowl and can be prepared ahead.

16. Low Carb Vegan Peanut Butter Pancakes

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These Low Carb Vegan Peanut Butter Pancakes by Kind and Keto are made with almond flour and are both vegan and keto friendly. You and your friends can enjoy these low-carb, plant-based peanut butter protein-packed pancakes at the same table. 

They make a great indulgent breakfast yet they are way healthier than, their conventional counterparts.

Making them is really easy and you can pre-mix the batter and cook the pancakes as needed. This is a great idea for those busy mornings when you want a protein-packed breakfast but don’t have time to prepare from scratch.  

17. Low Carb Vegan Keto Bagels

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These Vegan Keto Bagels by MeatFreeKeto are easy-to-make and allergen-friendly since they are flax-free, coconut-free, soy-free, nut-free, and gluten-free! They’re perfect for toasting up with some avocado or vegan cream cheese.

They are made with lupin flour which is a low carb high protein bean, that has gotten popular among “ketoers”.

Do keep in mind that these do not taste exactly like bagels since they are not boiled before being baked. Despite that, they are still pretty darn delicious and make a wonderful base for any nut or seed butter or buttery spread. You can also use them to make tiny bagel pizzas with them.

18. Easy Blueberry Chia Pudding

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This easy Chia Pudding by Life Made Sweeter is creamy, refreshing and makes a healthy breakfast or snack that requires no cooking or baking and will keep your kitchen cool all summer.

It’ is made with layers of jam, fresh fruit, your favorite toppings, and chia seeds which are a great source of fiber, protein, calcium and will give you long-lasting energy and boost your overall health.

This pudding will stay fresh in the fridge for up to a week if you keep it stored in an airtight container so you can make it in advance if you are usually short on time in the mornings.

19. Perfect Low Carb Vegan Keto Pancakes

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These Perfect Vegan Pancakes by VegAnnie are low carb, keto, gluten-free, sugar-free. A much healthier alternative to pancakes drenched in butter and maple syrup, these pancakes make the most indulgent yet guilt-free breakfast!

You can top them with amazing sugar-free Lakanto Maple Syrup or other maple syrup of choice but if you wish to keep them low carb opt for a sugar free alternative.

For low-carb toppings, go for berries, nuts, or sugar-free chocolate chips.

20. Low Carb Blueberry Overnight Oatmeal

This recipe by The Big Man’s World is an overnight oatmeal with blueberries, cinnamon and packed with protein! It is thick, creamy, hearty, and tastes like a blueberry cobbler!

It resembles an oatmeal recipe but it is actually made without oats, so it is not only vegan and low carb but also paleo, keto, and gluten-free!Often referred to as ‘oatless oatmeal’ or ‘paleo oatmeal’, it is a low-carb hot cereal option! 

Instead of rolled oats, it uses a combination of chia seeds, flaxseed, and shredded coconut to produce a thick, creamy and hearty texture that’s perfect hot or cold.

You can prepare it up to 7 days in advance, or as meal prep.

21. Low Carb Vegan Granola

This Low Carb Keto Granola by Two Sleeves is perfect when you’re craving crunchy cereal and won’t spike your blood glucose like the regular kind which makes you hungry again sooner.

You can eat it as is or on top of your vegan yogurt which is high in protein and usually low in sugar if you don’t buy a flavored one.

Use lower carbs nuts such as Pecans, Macadamia, and Brazil nuts. Hemp seeds also make a great addition since they are full of protein, fiber, healthy fats. and are rich in Omega 3, which is good for your heart.

With all of the nuts in it, it is guaranteed to keep you satisfied and full for a good period of time. Keep it on hand to combat your cravings for other less healthy foods when hunger strikes.

22. The Best Scramble Tofu

This scrambled tofu recipe by My Goodness Kitchen is a gorgeously soft, lightly spiced version, inspired by the one at Smith & Daughters.

With pan-fried tofu, garlic and peppers tossed through a wonderfully creamy, cheesy sauce this Inspired Scrambled Tofu is the perfect partner to a rainy Sunday morning.

23. Low Carb Vegan Seed Bread

These Healthy pancakes by Pretty Pies have only 3.5g net carbs and are soft, fluffy, and taste great!

They are not only vegan and low carb but also grain/gluten-free, sugar-free, and Paleo so almost anyone can enjoy them.

These pancakes are crisp and firm on the outside but soft and fluffy on the inside. They’re admittedly not as feather-light as pancakes made with bleached white flour and eggs, but they’re not *too* heavy.

Low Carb Vegan Brakfast FAQ

What is considered Low Carb?

While there is no strict definition of a lowcarb diet, there are different crtieria depending on the reason why someone chooses to follow a low carb diet.

Some people follow a low-carb diet with the purpose of cutting down calories and losing weight. In this context, anything under 100–150 grams per day is generally considered low-carb and is definitely a lot less than the standard Western diet.

Other people follow a low-carb diet because they have diabetes and their doctors have recommended it and that one consists of approximately 50-75 grams of complex carbs a day (not including vegetables).

Finally, people who follow. a ketogenic diet (also known as “keto” stick to less than 50 grams of total carbohydrates or 20 grams of net carbs (total carbs–fiber) as a reliable way to enter ketosis.

Can you eat low carb on a vegan diet?

With the growth in popularity of low-carb diets like Keto, even people vegans —who eat usually eat a high carb diet— may wonder if they could benefit from trying the low-carb trend.

.However, following a lowcarb vegetarian or vegan diet is entirely possible by aiming for a diet of around 100 to 125 grams of carbs per day.

This is not as low as very low-carb diets, which recommend you stay below 50 grams of carbs per day but going any lower would mean you’d reducing too much on the good-for-you carbs-like whole grains, beans, starchy vegetables, and fruits-that provide important nutrients including protein.

Are there any benefits to eating low carb as a vegan?

One of the main reasons people try to eat a low-carb diet is to lose weight. While it can certainly help, the reason behind it is the reduction of calories which can be also achieved without cutting down the most efficient energy source for both your body and brain.

Low-carb diets also provide a number of benefits like helping to reduce belly fat and triglycerides, raise HDL (the “good”) cholesterol, and lower blood pressure and blood sugar levels.

However, following a regular vegan diet has also been shown similar benefits besides lowering the risk of chronic health conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes, and certain cancers.

Moreover, vegans tend to weigh less than non-vegans, and people who adopt vegan diets are more successful at losing weight than people who eat animal products without the need to follow a low-carb diet.

That being said, vegan low-carb diets can have important health benefits for people with obesity, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, and certain neurological disorders but in those cases, the diet should be part of a complete treatment and prescribed by a physician.


While it can be tricky to come up with breakfast ideas that are vegan, low carb, taste good, and are easy to make, all the recipes in this list passed the test.

Whatever reason you have to follow a low-carb vegan diet, this breakfast recipes will help you to never run out of ideas and have no excuses to not stick to your goals.

Let me know if you try them and how you like them!



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