There are 9 plant-based foods that are excellent sources of biotin

Sweet potatoes provide vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants.  Beta-carotene transforms into vitamin A on demand and increases sebum production at hair follicle bases, making hair shiny and smooth.

Sweet Potatoes

Mushrooms are fantastic for numerous reasons. Vitamins, minerals, and biotin sustain gut bacteria and promote wellbeing.

Mushrooms

Biotin from natural sources is highest in nutritional yeast after animal protein. Vegan cookery often uses nutritional yeast for its nutty, cheesy, and savory qualities. 

Nutritional Yeast

Beans, lentils, and peas are essential to a balanced diet. Overall, beans are low-calorie, high-fiber, high-protein, and low-glycemic.

Legumes

Unsaturated fats, protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals are found in nuts and seeds, another healthy food essential.

Roasted Almonds

Eat a few sunflower seeds without a road trip. A quarter-cup of toasted sunflower seeds contains 2.6 mcg biotin (9% AI).

Sunflower Seeds

Biotin-rich bananas contain fiber, potassium, B vitamins, and more. A half-cup banana provides 0.2 mcg biotin.

Bananas

All avocados contain fiber, vitamin A and C, niacin, folate, biotin, and healthful fats. Biotin is found in 3.2 to 10 mcg per 100 grams of avocado.

Avocado

Broccoli provides fiber, Vitamin A and C, calcium, and biotin. A half-cup of broccoli provides 0.4 mcg of biotin. It's not much, so eat broccoli or take a biotin pill.

Broccoli

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