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90s Breakfasts Gone Vegan: 23 Recipes!

By kathypatalsky |

Ah, the 1990s. Those days brought us sugary breakfast cereals, neon-colored breakfast tarts and all things Pillsbury. Maybe you once enjoyed a chewy chocolate chip granola bar, or you just dove into some leftover birthday cake batter you found in the fridge. Or maybe you told your sister to “leggo my Eggo!” or to get her hands off the giant Cinnabon you brought back from the mall. We have a vegan version for all these and more! From Cinnamon Toast Crunch to ‘Philly‘ cream-cheese slathered bagels, here are 23 recipes inspired by your childhood or teenhood breakfast memories of the 90s. And yes, there is actually a recipe for homemade, vegan Lucky Charms in this collection. Have some fun, and click through this memory-filled gallery of vegan recipes!

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90s Breakfasts Gone Vegan

90s Breakfasts Gone Vegan

Welcome (back) to the 1990s. A land where cartoons and sweet cold cereal go hand in hand. Cinnamon buns for breakfast were totally approved. And silver shiny foil meant your toaster tarts were ready to eat cold or toasted! But this time around, your favorite dishes are made vegan!


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Kathy Patalsky is a blogger, author and photographer. Her website features creative vegan recipes. She is the author of 365 Vegan Smoothies (Spring 2013). She is also the founder of

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