The overwhelming number of independent studies and books have proven the dangers of a daily diet. Being Vegan is to do without dairy and meat. But it can be a challenge in obtaining protein, especially for breakfast. This breakfast recipe is packed with and full of nutrients. It is easy to digest and organic.

We start with nuts. Nuts are an excellent source of proteins. However, they can be difficult to digest and/or assimilate and have a danger of toxins.Therefore, you should never eat nuts unless you prepare them properly. But the solutions are easy to implement. The key is for the nuts go through a soaking protocol. It is time-consuming but well worth it.  Each nut variety requires a different optimal soaking protocol.

For example, Almonds, known as the king of nuts, require a bit longer than average, a soaking time of between 4-8 hours. The others like walnuts or pecans only need 2-4 hours, Cashew needs only 1-2 hours soaking time.

The preferred way we dry them after soaking and rinsing them, is we put them in the dehydrator and store them in a dry glass jar for later uses. We recommend the Excalibur Dehydrator. But if you don’t use a professional Dehydrator, do not heat them at temperatures higher than 108 degrees Fahrenheit or else you will start to degrade the essential enzymes.

You will see we don’t put some nuts such as Pumpkin seeds and Hemp seeds in the dehydrator (oven) as they don’t have as many challenges on your digestion. You will see we put dates in for the last 5 minutes before finishing baking time to keep nutrients alive and not degrade it away with the heat.



1 Cup of Raw Almonds
1 Cup of Raw Walnuts
1 Cup of Raw Pecans
1 Cup of Raw Pumpkin Seeds
1 Cup of Raw Coconut Flakes
5-6 Dates
2 Tablespoons of Coconut Oil (Don’t use Olive Oil. Olive oil turns toxic after sufficient heating, very common and very dangerous). Coconut oil is healthier and can withstand higher heats.
Organic Raw Maple Syrup or
Organic raw honey.
Sea Salt or Himalaya Salt
Flaxseeds, Hemp seeds


  • Cut up all nuts we have soaked and dried into pieces, put them in the bowl. (Leave out the Pumpkin seeds for later)
  • Add 2 tablespoons of coconut oil, mix them all up, put it on the baking tray and put it in the oven at 325 Fahrenheit for 30 minutes.
  • Cut up the dates and top over the nuts in the oven in the last 5 minutes before it’s done.

When it’s done, transfer them all back in the bowl and add raw pumpkin seeds, coconut shredded, sprinkle of sea salt, maple syrup just enough for a light sweetness, you can also sprinkle cinnamon and nutmeg, flaxseeds and hemp seeds.

After mixing them all up, leave it to cool down and put it in the dry glass container.

Serving with nut milk like almond milk, cashew milk or coconut milk. (We avoid dairy milk).  I like to top up with fresh blueberry, raspberry, and/or banana.

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