Looking for an egg-free, dairy-free soufflé wonderland? You have arrived. This vegan soufflé is a staple breakfast recipe in our home. They're popular with kids and adults, small enough to enjoy as vegan appetizers, and delicious enough to eat by the muffin tin for lunch. They're even gluten-free! We pair them with our Vegan Savory Scones and a vegan sausage patty to make our favorite Breakfast Sandwiches with a dollop of YVF fresh Horseradish Sauce.
1 package soft tofu (we prefer unrefrigerated Mori-Nu brand)
¼ cup unsweetened Edensoy soymilk or another milk substitute
2 Tbs nutritional yeast
½ tsp turmeric
1 tsp salt
½ cup garbanzo bean flour
1 Tbs corn starch
1/3 cup shallot or red onion, chopped
2 cloves garlic, chopped
2 green onions, chopped into thin rounds
½ cup colorful bell peppers, finely chopped
*We make a shorter soufflé if we’re using them in our Vegan Vegetable Soufflé Breakfast Sandwiches. We make them taller if we’re serving them as a stand-alone item.
Feel free to substitute other vegetables into the soufflé.
Written by Stacy and Markus Naugle
Stacy and Markus Naugle are High-Performance Health Coaches who use food to help you THRIVE, not merely survive.They work with excellence-driven people and families to help them realize their full potential and achieve greater success in business, school, and personal endeavors. When you work with them you will leverage the health habits and strategies of the world's most successful people through their Seven Pillars of Health framework, of which the main pillar is diet. They guide their students and clients to develop the skills to become laser-focused energy generators who consistently up-level their successes in work, school, and their personal lives.
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1 large shallot or red onion
1 head of garlic
2 green onions
1 bell pepper
1 package soft Mori-Nu tofu
1 carton soy milk
Garbanzo bean flour (small bag)
The information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator. It should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice. This program didn't have nutritional yeast in its database, so the results show less nutrients than they actually have, especially the hard to find in a vegan diet, B12.
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