Easy Vegan Brunch
Recently I've started trying to add different foods to my diet. For the most part, I eat for my soul. That means I eat whatever I want, when I want and I am happy to do it. The only reason that I have wanted to add different foods to my diet is because I believe in balance. I need to eat for my body as well as my soul.
In doing this, here is one little meal that I put together.
On a recent trip to Walmart I saw some precut mango. I don't usually buy produce from Walmart, but the mango looked too good to pass up. And it was. When looking for something to eat this morning, I thought it would be a nice addition to my plate.
The tofu scramble was something of a surprise. When I first made it, it did not taste good. But I decided to make it again using Hot for Food's Recipe, and it goes to show that "If at first you don't succeed, try, try, again." That recipe is easy and it turned out good. I top mine with salsa because it gives it a little extra kick and it's pretty.
As far as the potatoes go, I just cut up one red skin potato. Coconut oil, with my favorite potato seasonings, and put them in the oven for about 30 minutes on 425. Then, done.
Ready for this? I made a bagel. Blueberry flavored because that's what I had. I really like Thomas'. They were my go to before I became vegan and I was excited to learn that they actually are vegan. I usually eat them with strawberry cream cheese from Daiya but my boyfriend bought some new cream cheese to try this week.
This Kite Hill cream cheese is Amazing! It kind of reminds me of french onion dip. (I have already eaten it with chips and tastes good with that as well.) Not something you'd think would go well with blueberry, but it does. Or maybe just with the bagels. Anyway.
There we go. Super easy brunch. Good for the soul and the body.