I was reading a forum where a person was having a hard time thinking of vegetarian things to eat for breakfasts and lunches. I thought this answer someone gave was great!

1. Oatmeal. My favorite is steel-cut oats cooked with almond
milk on the stovetop. I add in a drizzle of flax or coconut oil at the end of
cooking for richness, and lots of chopped dates and apricots for sweetness.

2. Sweet potatoes. Baked for an hour in the oven tastes
best, but 6 or 7 minutes in the microwave does the trick, too. I like to mash
in lots of almond butter for protein, as well as a dash of cinnamon.

3. Scrambled tofu. No, it tastes nothing like eggs, but yes,
it is delicious. My favorite recipe, lovingly titled Golden Tofu Scram involves
tahini, sesame seeds, and sunflower seeds.

4. Granola mash-up. Warm up some homemade berry compote, top
with a few handfuls of granola, and pour in a little soy or almond milk for
creaminess. Then, stir away!

5. Breakfast burrito. Wrap beans, guacamole, and leftover
stir-fry veggies in a whole wheat tortilla for one commute-friendly breakfast.

6. Quinoa pilaf. While quinoa is cooking in water or your
favorite non-dairy milk, stir in some pecans and dried cranberries. When
finished, fluff with a fork and top with a little grated orange zest.

7. Cherry smoothie. This one is especially great in the
summer. Combine 1 cup frozen cherries, 1 cup water, 1/2 T coconut butter, 1 T
cocoa powder, 2 T unsalted almonds, and a few medjool dates in a blender and
whizz away. Fresh, frothy, and fabulous.

8. Vegan pancakes. Doctor up your favorite traditional
pancake recipe like this: Replace each egg with 1 T ground flaxseeds and 2 T
water, and substitute soymilk with a little bit of cider vinegar for the
buttermilk. I also like to replace half the white flour with whole wheat, and
add in some blueberries or sliced banana.

9. Fruit salad. My favorite is a mix of strawberries, blueberries,
raspberries, and blackberries, topped with chopped almonds.

10. Banana boats. You can do this with one or two bananas,
depending on how hungry you are. Split each banana length-wise and spread each
half generously with peanut butter. Top with raisins, drizzle on the agave
nectar, and dust with cinnamon.

11. Chia pudding for breakfast. The night before I take 1/4
cup chia seeds, 2 cups of coconut milk, 1-1/2 tsps vanilla, handful of raisins
and some cinnamon to taste and shake it all in a mason jar and set it in the
fridge. In the morning you have a nice pudding consistency and it takes like
cinnamon raisin cookies but healthy!