These Vegan Breakfast Tacos are a savory take on breakfast with a Mexican-inspired twist. They’re easy to make, gluten-free, and best of all – delicious!
I’m on a constant lookout for new breakfast recipe inspiration. Yes, I love my Baked Pumpin Oatmeal and I’m always in the mood for some Strawberries and Cream Overnight Oats, but sometimes a gal wants something a bit savory.
When visiting Philadelphia last summer, I had the opportunity to have breakfast at PS & Co after one of my races. They had breakfast tacos on the menu and they were really delicious.
Ever since then I have been thinking about them. I put my spin on my own version and I’m excited to share these Vegan Breakfast Tacos with you!
Vegan Breakfast Tacos
I started the base of the recipe with my Simple Tofu Scramble. After making a batch of that, all you really have to do is add beans and salsa into the tacos and you’re good to go.
Such an easy breakfast but it’s overfilling with flavor. It’s also full of protein from both the tofu and the beans.
You won’t have to worry about being hungry for a while after partaking in these bad boys.
I made the vegan breakfast tacos with jalapeños and “hot” salsa but if you’re not as spicy of a person, you can omit the jalapeños and use mild salsa. Either way, these tacos will make a tasty breakfast!
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Vegan Breakfast Tacos
These Vegan Breakfast Tacos are a savory take on breakfast with a Mexican-inspired twist.
Make the tofu scramble.
When cooked, add the beans and jalapeño into the pan cook until warmed through.
Add the mixture to tacos and top with salsa an vegan cheese spreads if desired.
This nutrition information does not include taco shells because there are so many and I cannot assume I will know which you would use. Nutrition information for tofu scramble can be found on that page.
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Mary Ellen Valverde MS CNS LDN received her Master’s degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. As a Certified Nutrition Specialist, Mary Ellen helps fight chronic disease through a plant-based diet and uses a functional approach to nutrition and wellness to help uncover the root cause of imbalances that may be impacting health.