3 Vegan Breakfasts Under 50 Cents

These are not only cheap but make a great meal prep options if you like to pre-make muffins or donuts for a few days.

I made another post 5 Vegan Breakfasts Under 50 Cents recently. I am really digging these challenges to eat great while the wallet stays shuts. I also have a 3 Vegan Dinners Under 50 Cents post you may like as well.

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Vegan Baked Donuts – 58 Cents Total // 9 Cents Each
I’ve made these on the blog a few times. I showed 6 different ways to top them. Think Cookies n Cream, Maple, Peanut Butter and Jelly, Rainbow Unicorn, S’mores, Samoa but here we’re keeping it super simple with an easy chocolate glazed. Funny thing is that just last week I made a double batch for our weekly dessert meal prep. I live for dessert meal prep.

This made 6 baked donuts. 58 cents total // 9 cents each

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Baked Vegan Donut // Doughnut Recipe:
1 cup flour (180 grams, 6 cents), 1/4 cup sugar (76 grams, 5 cents), 1/2 t baking powder (1 cent?), 1/4 cup oil (8 cents), 3/4 cup water or almond milk (18 cents) = 38 Cents Total

  1. Mix everything together. Bake on greased donut sheet at 375 for 15-20 minutes
  2. Let cook before dipping in icing. ENJOY

Basic Vegan Icing Recipe:
1/2 cup powdered sugar (90g, 9 cents) & 1 TB almond milk (3 cents?) + 1-2 TB cocoa powder (8 cents) (optional) = 20 Cents Total

  1. Mix everything. Add extra powdered sugar if not thick enough or extra almond milk if too thick.
  2. Let donuts cool before dipping in icing or it will dissolve.

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Vegan Blueberry Muffins – 64 Cents Total // 8 Cents Each
These are soooo simple. I made a high protein version of these for a Vegan High Protein Meal Prep post. Gluten flour is a super cheap source of protein which is perfect for making protein rich baked goods. I’ve made these multiple times with brown sugar in the past. I highly recommend it!

This made 8 muffins (smaller sized but not mini).  64 Cents Total // 8 Cents Each

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1 cup flour (180g, 6 cents), 1/2 cup sugar (110g, 7 cents), 1/2 ts baking soda (1 cent?), 1/2 ts baking powder (1 cent?), 3/4 cup almond milk (18 cents), 2 TB oil (4 cents), 1 TB vinegar (1 cent?), 1/2 serving frozen blueberries (70g, 26 cents) = 64 Cents Total

  1. Mix dry ingredients together then mix in wet. Everything except berries. If your batter is too wet then add a dash more of flour and if its too dry then a dash more of almond milk.
  2. Pour batter in oiled muffin tin. Sprinkle berries on top. Bake at 375 for about 20 minutes. ENJOY

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Vegan Home Fries + Garbanzo Flour Scramble – 74 Cents Total // 37 Cents Per Bowl
I’m such a cheap bastard. I’d been out of french fry seasoning forever. Actually it was strange that I even bought some in the first place but it was wonderful impulse buy. I bought maybe 2 overpriced containers a few years back. Finally I bought one of those massive seasoning salt containers from Aldi. My ego has been pretending that I’m not into those kind of things. But I’ve since made 3 batches of potatoes with the salt blend & my ego is now on board. The only thing this dish is missing is a side of toast with jam!

This made two bowls of food. 74 Cents Total // 37 Cents Per Bowl

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1.17 lbs potatoes (532g, 39 cents), 1 TB oil (2 cents), seasoning salt (1 cent?), + 1/2 cup garbanzo flour (32 cents), 1/2 water (give or take) = 74 Cents Total

  1. Cube potatoes, mix with oil and salt. Make sure seasoning is mixed in well with the oil & potatoes. Bake at 400 degrees for about 45 minutes or until golden.
  2. Mix flour and water. Start with less water and mix until you have slightly thick batter like pancake batter. I mixed mine in the same bowl I mixed the potatoes in for the left over spices and oil. Feel free to spice and salt the batter however you’d like.
  3. The vegan egg mixture is great cooked in a skillet. I microwaved mine because I’m too lazy to clean another pot. Microwave for 2 minutes or until all the pieces are cooked well. Scramble the mixture throughout the cooking processes (maybe every 30 seconds). Try to break up any of the chunks into little crumbles using your mixing spoon.
  4. Plate everything together. ENJOY
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8 comments

    • hahaha thanks dude, I need a proper sidekick. If i run out of things to say Mark will let me drift in the wind. I need someone who can bring the noise!

  1. Thank you for these delicious, frugal breakfast recipes. Did I miss something in the vegan scramble? Is it really just chickpea flour and water? I cant wait to try this!

    • I mixed the scramble in the same bowl i used for the potatoes so it had the seasoning salt and oil residue. Classy i know.

      I recommend adding salt and whatever spices. Onion powder would be legit! Maybe salsa on top once it’s cooked.

      Let me know what you think!

  2. love the story about the jogging lady who lapped up water from a spigot like a f’n animal. really cracked me up. watch out, those rich ladies they be crazy. dunno if it’s such a good idea to follow their example.

    really wanna know what song touched you so, and made Jack cry. don’t you have any bits of the lyrics that would lead to identifying it, or couldn’t you ask your friend Jack for the heart full of joy wedding song? around what year would it have been? that would narrow it down some.

    and what was the song Mark started to sing and you said you love?

    peace!

    • Mark started singing private eyes. they play that song all of the time at the many thrift stores and then it gets stuck in my head… and then i’ll sing it and annoy my sister with it 🙂

      Jack saw the commercial about 13 years ago.

      I would love to talk to Jack but i lost his phone number. Him and his wife live like total hippies in the mountains so I can’t even go find them. sad face. I keep thinking i should going to his parents house and asking them to give him my number.

      i remember ZERO things about the song. I’m pretty sure it was a woman singing and that it was like soft indie music????

      I honestly don’t know if i would remember the song if i heard it. but i did go looking for it.

  3. OMG I had a similar experience with a song – heard on a car commercial eons ago, LOVED IT, and then had to find it years later… its not Spiritualized’s “Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space” is it?!?! Thanks for the recipes, love your videos!

    • I love that your write this to me. I’m listening to the song your mentioned right now. I don’t think i’ve heard this before.

      It’s been so long i don’t know if I’d remember the song if i heard it.

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