Delicious Go-To Breakfast Plate

Agave-Miso Lacinato Kale, Curry Scrambled Tofu, Roasted Potatoes & It's Really Vegan pancakes. *A Perfect Vegan Breakfast*

Gosh! This is our kind of breakfast. It’s simple (even though it feels decadent), tastes AMAZING and is totally toddler-approved. A satisfying representation of #attainableveganism.  

Agave-Miso Lacinato Kale


1 pack/bushel // Lacinato Kale (or greens of choice)
2 tblspns // Coconut Oil
1 tblspn // Agave
1 tblspn // Garlic Powder
1 tblspn // Onion Powder
1⁄2 tspn // Cayenne Pepper Powder
a pinch // Pink Himalayan Salt
1 tblspn // Miso Paste (traditional red is best)
1/4 c // Water


Combine all ingredients (lacinato kale, coconut oil, honey, miso, seasonings and 1⁄4 cup water) in a pot or pan of choice.

Cook kale on medium-low heat, covered for last 10 minutes, until completely wilted and relatively soft, about 25 minutes.

You may need to add additional water in tablespoons from time-to-time so that the kale doesn’t burn on the bottom.

Curry Scrambled Tofu


1 16oz block // Organic Extra Firm Tofu
3 tblspns // Olive Oil
1/4 c // Finely Chopped Red and Green Bell Pepper
1 tspn // Garlic Powder
1 tspn // Onion Powder
1/2 tspn // Cayenne Pepper Powder
1/4 tspn // Turmeric
1 tspn // Pink Himalayan Salt
1 tspn // Oregano Flakes
2 tblspns // Nutritional Yeast



Heat oil on medium heat in a non-stick pan and add bell pepper. Let sauté for 2-3 minutes.

Place block of tofu in a pan and mash with a fork or potato masher until it arrives at a consistency of small crumbles (reminiscent of scrambled eggs).

Add remaining ingredients to the  pan and stir for even distribution.

Allow the tofu to cook until the color has darkened and there are some crispy fried bits throughout (10-15 minutes). Make sure to stir for even cooking.  

Roasted Potatoes


3 lbs // Yukon Gold Potatoes, Diced
1/4 c // Olive or Coconut Oil
2 tspn // Salt
2 tblspn // Garlic Powder
1 tblspn // Onion Powder
1 tspn // Cayenne Pepper Powder
1 tspn// Paprika
2 tblspn // Oregano 
1 tblspn // Parsley
1/2 tspn // Turmeric



Combine all ingredients (potatoes, oil, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, cayenne pepper, paprika, oregano, parsley, turmeric) in a bowl and toss until potatoes are evenly coated.

Transfer potatoes to a sheet pan. Make sure to get them into one layer on the pan.

Preheat the oven to 390º and cook the potatoes until they’ve softened and browned. Make sure to turn them a couple times while they’re cooking, for evenness. 

Vegan Pancakes (Easy and Delicious)


1 c // It’s Really Vegan Complete Pancake/Waffle Mix
1/2 c // Water


Whisk mix and water together in a bowl and cook on nonstick griddle.

(For a super easy step-by-step pictorial, click here). 

Let us know how you liked these simple recipes! We’d love it if you tagged us #itsreallyvegan with pics of what you come up with using these recipes.

Happy Vegan Eats!!!

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A Busy Momma’s Thoughts on Simplicity

Some days, I feel in my bones that I must be all things to all people. Going, going, going. But the needs keep coming and I can’t come off edge. When, at the end of the day, I come up short (because, my humanity)–shorthanded, shortchanged, short-tempered–I feel the inadequacy pour over me. 

This is a real thing. Some of the thoughts I entertain during times of overwhelm can go something like this: 

I’m not doing enough for our children (after all, they deserve the best opportunities). 

I’m not doing enough for my husband (after all, he’s hardworking, self-sacrificing, doesn’t ask for much). 

I’m not doing enough for It’s Really Vegan (after all, we’re a new company with potential that demands the response of hard work).

Can you relate?

So, how do I approach these negative thought patterns and how am I growing out of them?

♥ By consciously and consistently reorienting my thoughts to some truths. (And asking for help to carry the load.) ♥

These are the truths. My Notes on Simplicity:


The simple life and people-pleasing aren’t compatible. If I choose to make decisions about anything (absolutely anything) based primarily on getting other human beings to think well of me, validate me, compliment me–approve of me–I’m forfeiting the opportunity to experience the abiding peace that comes from Divine alignment. People aren’t God. I won’t make them.


Simplicity means I lay down the false preface that I should be capable of doing everything, and that I cannot make mistakes. My limitations, when I embrace them, help reveal my true calling and make the path to true happiness that much clearer.


Simplicity means I choose not to compare anything about myself to anything about anyone else. I am special. Through Divine wisdom, the makings of me are enough for my calling, including my calling to love and be loved.


Simplicity and beauty are two sides of the same coin. Choosing the simple life means I make room for beauty to shine forth.