Vegan Brunch's tofu benny

I talk about brunch and brunch foods a lot around here, because Kevin is obsessed with brunch. I think this stems back to when he was a kid and his father made a big brunch every Sunday. So we have a nice brunch at least once a weekend. Vegan Brunch, therefore, is one of our most-used cookbooks.
I rarely make the tofu benny recipe directly out of the book, but Kevin does a great job with it, and it's worth it every time. Because I can't have tomatoes, we use lightly cooked zucchini (a replacement you may remember from my post on how to replace tomatoes). And we were lucky enough to have a very happily flowering chive plant the morning Kevin decided to make these. I really think that every meal looks (and tastes) nicer if there are flowers involved.


Jenny said... Best Blogger Tips

This looks like a beautiful breakfast! <3

kelly g. said... Best Blogger Tips

I love Vegan Brunch, it's easily one of my top five favorite cookbooks. I haven't gotten around to making the Tofu Benny yet, but now I really wanna!

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Hey! This is so delicious. Tried it out on my family and they are stunned on because of how good it is.