When I was first introduced to what a Paleo diet was and decided to try some Paleo breakfast recipes, I thought I would be only eating eggs with fruit every morning. I decided to do some research and was pleasantly surprised to find so many different recipes that look good are easy to make, healthy and don’t have a huge list of ingredients.
Although, a suggestion to you that is often overlooked for a fantastic breakfast is leftovers. Yep. Make a little extra dinner and enjoy it the next day. I know this doesn’t always work though so that’s why I found all these recipes. Just click on the image to get the recipe.
Then below that are several other lists of recipes to help you narrow it down to what you are looking for. I have recipes for Paleo cereal, muffins, granola bars, pancakes, cookies, smoothies and more. There are recipes you can make ahead of time and grab that morning on your way out the door or more involved recipes you may want to save for a Saturday or Sunday.
One of my favorite Paleo recipes is for muffins. I like to make those up one day when I have a little more time and then eat the leftovers for the next few mornings. The Paleo flours, like coconut flour and almond flour combined with eggs to make a very filling muffin that will keep you satisfied until lunch.
I don’t know about you, but I am definitely not a morning person and when it comes to eating breakfast, that is what gets left out. Not Good! I really do hate making breakfast but I know also that it truly is the most important meal of the day.
I know that making anything Paleo isn’t usually quick and easy because it takes much more preparation than just picking up a box of cereal at the store. Quick and easy are relative, meaning that quick and easy to one person will mean something totally different to another person. Because of that, I tried to include the quickest and easiest recipes I could find.
Oh, another thing I want to add is that a lot of Paleo eaters overlook vegetables. I think it’s really important to have at least one vegetable with every meal and breakfast is no exception. A lot of these recipes have vegetables, which are wonderful for variety and to help with your gut health. I hope this list will be helpful to a few others as you try to find some new, go-to recipes for breakfast.
Easy Paleo Recipes for Breakfast from Other Readers
I am a member of a large Paleo Facebook group. I think it’s interesting and I get a lot of ideas from other people who also eat Paleo. I’d like to share some of the comments with you. So one day Page N. asked the other members of the group what they like to eat for go-to breakfast ideas. I’d like to include some of the responses that apply here. These responses are for quick and easy breakfast ideas.
Aliza said We do eggs with whatever veggies we like in it. Broccoli, spinach, peppers, mushrooms, onion and whatever else we have I am not a huge egg eater but love to eat these. Meat if you want to add that too.
Alyssa said Plantain pancake made with yellow plantain, tbsp cassava flour and tbsp water, some leftover meat and roasted veggies! Sherri said My new GO-TO breakfast!! It makes me feel sooooo good, satiated, and gives me loads of energy!
2-3 hardboiled eggs
1/2 to one whole avocado
Pink Himalayan salt to taste
Any other spices you like
I added some sriracha sauce to mine
Some ideas were mentioned that I have recipes for below so I didn’t add those. Just browse through the recipes I have here.
If you would like to join the Paleo Facebook group you can. Sometimes I get a lot of good ideas off of there. You can join the group. It’s called Paleo Recipes and Support and follow the link.
9 Quick Paleo Breakfast Recipes
1. Raspberry Pop Tarts – A Girl Worth Saving
Ghee – Maple Syrup – Real Salt – Tapioca Flour – Banana – Coconut Flour – Raspberries
If you grew up on pop-tarts and really miss them for two reasons. One is that you can’t eat the wheat flour and the other because they aren’t in the least bit healthy. You have just found the solution to that problem. These homemade Paleo pop tarts are both delicious and healthy. Not to mention that they are Paleo so there isn’t any wheat flour in them.
They are also made with a homemade raspberry jam that makes them extra special. Of course, you could use any kind of jam you like. You could also you a bottle of the store-bought jam if you can find some that are Paleo.
2. No-Bake Trail Mix Granola Bars – Bakerita
Seeds and Nuts of Choice – Flaked Coconut – Dried Fruit – Chia Seeds – Cinnamon – Almond Butter – Maple Syrup – Coconut Oil – Vanilla
These no-bake granola bars are loaded with coconut, nuts and dried fruit. They make a delicious filling snack that will satisfy your taste buds and full you up. They make a great breakfast or a snack when hunger hits. I’m not a huge grab and go eating kind of person. But sometimes it just can’t be helped. When that need arises, it’s nice to have some of these on hand. You can keep these in the refrigerator or the freezer so they’re ready when you need them.
3. Raw Donut Holes – Forest & Fauna
Shredded Coconut – Almonds – Vanilla – Cinnamon – Real Salt – Dates – Honey – Coconut Palm Sugar
These raw doughnut holes are kind of like homemade Lara bars or some breakfast cookies or homemade power bars. Whatever you want to call them they are the perfect thing to have sitting around. They are extra good to have for breakfast. The best part about that is you can make a big batch of them and keep them in the refrigerator or even the freezer. Then grab what you need for breakfast and go and you’ve got the easiest breakfast around, next to buying a box of nasty granola bars from the store.
4. Sweet Potato Toast – Family Food on the Table
Sweet Potato – Your Favorite Toppings
This is the easiest idea I’ve seen in a long time. All you do is slice a sweet potato so it fits in the regular toaster. Then you toast it two or three times depending on your toaster and how thick the sweet potato is. When it’s done you top it with whatever you feel like that day. You can either go sweet or savory, it’s up to you.
Some suggestions are almond butter and fruit or a fried egg, pepper and salt and chili powder or hot sauce or salsa. You could top it with either slice or mashed avocado, sliced tomatoes and even a fried egg. Other suggestions are honey or maple syrup and cinnamon and sprinkle it with chia seeds. You could even try honey butter and cinnamon.
5. Tumeric Carrot Chia Pudding – A Saucy Kitchen
Chia Seeds – Almond Milk – Shredded Carrot – Turmeric – Cinnamon – Maple Syrup – Orange Zest
All you need to make this chia pudding on the stovetop is a few minutes of prep time and about five minutes to cook it. Yes, finally a chia seed breakfast you don’t have to make the night before that only takes a few minutes to make in the morning. It looks they added some good things on top like nuts and coconut. Maybe some coconut cream would be good.
6. Spinach Mushroom Omelette – That Girls Cooks Healthy
Eggs – Mushrooms – Garam Masala – Chives – Spinach – Onion – Olive Oil
This spinach mushroom omelet is filling, convenient and quick to make for your busy mornings. It’s packed with protein, iron, vitamin B, and vitamin D. You’ll feel full and energized when you eat this omelet because of all the vitamins and minerals you’ll get in one meal. You can go several hours after eating this before you get hungry again.
7. Quick and Easy Paleo Avocado Eggs – Food Smart Mom
Avocados – Eggs – Real Salt
I don’t know anyone that eats an avocado just by itself, do you? It always tastes better if it in a salad or made into guacamole or on a sandwich. The flavor of avocado and eggs pair together really well. This is the easiest breakfast in the world.
Plus, you can get a lot of stuff done while they are baking. Then you can eat them and be ready for your day. Mira has specific instructions about how to make a picture-perfect avocado egg. There is lots of good healthy fat in the meal too
8. 3-Minute Paleo Coconut Almond Porridge – Wicked Good Kitchen
Almond Milk – Shredded Coconut – Almonds – Flaxseed – Vanilla
With this porridge, you get the hot cereal texture you’re familiar with. It only takes 3 minutes to cook it plus it’s full of flavor, satisfying and rich and creamy. It’s the ideal quick and easy healthy breakfast. It’s the perfect way to start a day especially when it’s cold outside. You won’t miss that oatmeal anymore. Put your favorite fruit on top and you’re set and ready to go for the day.
9. Cinnamon Roll In A Mug – The Iron You
Coconut Flour – Cinnamon – Real Salt – Nutmeg – Baking Powder – Egg – Almond Milk – Maple Syrup – Coconut Oil – Coconut Butter – Coconut Sugar – Lemon Juice
Mike says he literally made 25 batches of these cinnamon rolls before he got the perfect roll the way he wanted it. That’s what I mean when I say over and over again to use tried and true recipes. This one has been tested over and over again. Mike says they are cakey but not too cakey, sweet but not too sweet, moist but not too moist and cinnamony but not too cinnamony.
So if that’s the way you like your cinnamon rolls, this is the recipe for you. It only takes 2 minutes to cook these in the microwave. While they are cooking you can make the icing. Drizzle it on top and you’re done and it’s ready to eat.
Paleo Best Breakfast Casserole Recipes
1. Breakfast Casserole – Hold the Grain
Homemade Sausage – Bacon – Sweet Potato – Oregano – Coconut Oil – Vidalia Onion – Bell Pepper – Scallions – Eggs – Coconut Milk
If you’d like to make your own sausage from scratch this is the recipe you need. Her sausage includes nine different spices and lard added to ground pork. You won’t believe one of the spices she adds to sausage. I didn’t believe it anyway. After you get the sausage made you get the vegetables ready you do a little stirring on the stovetop. After that is done you mix all the ingredients including the eggs in a casserole dish and bake it in the oven.
2. Breakfast Casserole – Paleo Running Momma
Bacon – Sweet Potatoes – Coconut Oil – Real Salt – Brussels Sprouts – Onion – Eggs – Coconut Milk – Nutritional Yeast – Garlic Powder
Any of these casseroles would be good for breakfast or brunch. They can even be made ahead. The crust on this one is made with sweet potatoes. It is topped with roasted brussels sprouts, crispy bacon and caramelized onions that are baked with eggs. It gets its cheesy flavor from the nutritional yeast. You gotta give it a try.
3. A Super Simple and Most Amazing Breakfast Casserole! – 24 Carrot Kitchen
Red Pepper – Turkey Sausage – Eggs – Seltzer Water – Spinach – Sweet Potato – Almond Milk – Tomato – Olive Oil – Real Salt
I think breakfast casseroles are easier to make than other egg dishes. They sure are great for parties or holidays. You can make it all the night before except don’t add the eggs. Just add the eggs in the morning which is really easy. Adding the eggs just before baking makes it taste so much better and fresher.
Making it the day before makes it so much easier in the morning especially for a holiday or party. You can swap out any vegetables you don’t want and use your favorites instead. It’s especially delicious if you use fresh seasonal vegetables. Some suggestions for toppings are guacamole, tomatoes, pesto, salsa, bacon, and hot sauce.
4. Spaghetti Squash Sausage Quiche – Living Well Mom
Spaghetti Squash – Sausage – Spinach – Mushrooms – Yellow Bell Pepper – Eggs – Italian Seasoning
No tricky crusts to make for this quiche so it’s a lot easier than other quiches to make. This crust is made out of spaghetti squash. The rest of the ingredients are an amazing combination of sausage, eggs, vegetables with seasoning.
It can be made the night before and kept in the frig. Then you just have to pop it in the oven when you wake up and bake it while you’re getting ready for the day. The result will be a hearty nutritious breakfast that tastes so good your kids won’t even know they just ate healthy vegetables.
5. Turkey & Egg Breakfast Casserole – Aime Mars
Coconut Oil – Turkey – Chili Powder – Garlic Powder – Eggs – Sweet Potato – Spinach
Aime makes this casserole quite often especially when she has family visiting. Her mother always asks for it. It’s so easy to make the night before and bake in the morning. That makes for a very pleasant relaxing morning with family or friends. It’s a regular at her house even if no one is visiting. Maybe you should make it a regular on your breakfast menu too.
6. Sweet Potato Apple Breakfast Bake – Paleo Running Momma
Sweet Potato – Apples – Coconut Oil – Real Salt – Cinnamon – Nutmeg – Eggs – Coconut Milk – Raisins and Pecans are optional
Here is a great naturally sweet breakfast which is easy to make either ahead of time and in the morning for breakfast. This is what you want when you’re craving something sweet for breakfast but you don’t want added sugar. This casserole is simple and comforting.
You could eat sausage and bacon every morning if you want to but if you get tired of them, this is a great option. The raisins are optional and I definitely would leave those out. But that’s the beauty of doing your own cooking you can personalize it to your own taste and likes.
7. Easy Breakfast Casserole – A Table Full of Joy
Sweet Potato – Avocado Oil – Eggs – Sausage – Garlic – Green Chile – Zucchini – Garlic Powder – Real Salt
Lisa likes to make this over the weekend and then eat the leftover for an easy quick breakfast for the rest of the week. The most time-consuming part of making this is pre-cooking the sweet potatoes and frying up the sausage. But that’s to be expected, right? I sure don’t like raw sausage, do you? Lisa like to use any kind of sweet potatoes. She likes the white ones or the purple ones or just the regular old sweet potatoes. Maybe you could mix them together and get a variety of flavors. I don’t know, don’t blame if it’s nasty.
8. Plantain & Sausage Breakfast Casserole – Fed and Fit
Sausage – Plantains – Eggs – Real Salt – Oregano – Fresh Ground Pepper
Cassy is always hunting for time-efficient breakfast options that can be made ahead. She loves casseroles and plantains so this breakfast casserole is a natural for her. It just might be for you too. You do have to pre-cook the plantains and sausage but you have to pre-cook something for almost all of these recipes. So I doubt that is a problem for you.
Paleo cooking is always a bit more work than opening a box of cereal. This casserole reheats exceptionally well and it freezes really well too. You could have some spinach or fruit for a side and have an absolutely delicious meal. You could eat it for dinner too. Breakfast food isn’t just limited to breakfast you know. Mix it up, enjoy life.
9. English Paleo Breakfast Frittata – Sugar-Free Londoner
Eggs – Sausages – Bacon – Mushrooms – Cherry Tomatoes – Garlic – Real Salt – Parsley
Katrin says this is a true English breakfast, all wonderful ingredients rolled into one dish. It looks like a breakfast pizza to me. Won’t the kids love eating “pizza” for breakfast? Actually, it’s a frittata, potato tomato whatever it is it looks good to me. Have fun baking this up and eating it too. Let me know how it goes for you.
9 of the Best Paleo Cereal Recipes
I have a list of 9 Paleo cereal recipes. I have copycat recipes for that sugar-filled stuff they sell in the stores. These are way easier than you thought to make. If you can make cake or cookies you can make these. These are the best cereal recipes you’ll ever find. You can have cereal for breakfast again now and not feel like you’re missing out.
When you started eating a Paleo diet, you thought you would never eat cereal again, didn’t you? Well, you were wrong! I think you’ll really like some of these copycat recipes since they are similar to the brands you have bought in the past and loved.
Since there are only 9 recipes here I decided to stay true to the title of this post and only include one granola recipe. It’s my favorite that I developed. I don’t really think that oatmeal or porridge is cereal so I didn’t include any of those. These are for all those of you that used to love that stuff they sell in boxes at the grocery store that is full of sugar and air. I think you might like some of these even better. They will fill you up faster, that’s for sure and help you feel a lot better too.
You should check out ALL these recipes – you might like them! Like Mikey! I bet you don’t even know what I’m talking about. That dates me, doesn’t it? If you really want to know – google “life cereal Mikey commercial”.
Paleo Cereal Recipes
1. Honey Roasted Tropical Healthy Paleo Granola – My Natural Family
Macadamia Nuts – Almonds – Cashews – Coconut Flakes – Dried Mango – Coconut Oil – Honey – Cinnamon – Chili Powder – Vanilla
This homemade granola is surprisingly easy to make and way cheaper and healthy than any granola you would buy in the store. I really enjoy granola pretty much any time of the day. I like to eat it for a snack when I’m hiking, and of course for breakfast. I also like to put some in a small snack size zip lock bag and keep it in the cupboard so I can grab it when I’m on the run. It makes a good snack in the middle of the day or a little crunchy side dish to go with my lunch.
2. Crunchy Cinnamon Toast Squares – Real Food with Jessica
Sunflower Butter – Maple Sugar – Coconut Oil – Coconut Flour – Arrowroot Flour – Egg – Cinnamon – Vanilla
Did you love eating cereal before going on the Paleo diet? If you did this recipe is for you! It’s super easy to make. Although it does take some time for it to bake in the oven. Of course the longer you cook it the crunchier it will be. But it’s passive time. The trick is to roll it out very evenly so it all bakes the same. Try making a big batch and storing it for a few days. I haven’t tried it but I’m curious if it would work. I’m wondering if it would need to be stored in the refrigerator or not. Or if it needs to be in an airtight container or not. Try all the ways and let us all know what works best.
3. Banana Coconut Crunch Cereal – Pure and Simple Nourishment
Sunflower Seeds – Shredded Coconut – Coconut Flour – Bananas – Coconut Milk – Honey – Coconut Oil – Vanilla – Cinnamon
This is great for breakfast with nut milk and maybe some fruit on top but it also makes a really good snack. There are a lot of different ways you can eat this. I suggest adding it to trail mix or just eating it plain like a cracker. You can store this in the refrigerator for a few days. Not sure how many days because it never lasts long enough to know.
4. Pale-O’s Cereal – Thriving On Paleo
Coconut Flour – Cassava Flour – Coconut Oil – Vanilla – Maple Syrup – Coconut Milk
These are so easy to make even a 4-year-old can help. Yes, I know some 4-year-olds or any age for that matter that would be delighted to have some delicious homemade “Cheerios”. That’s why they are called Pale’O’s. They just missed the hole and the perfectly even round shape. Who cares about that anyway if they are healthy and delicious.
5. Cracklin Oat Bran Cereal – Real Food with Jessica
Almond Flour – Shredded Coconut – Coconut Sugar – Real Salt – Cinnamon – Molasses – Egg – Coconut Oil – Maple Syrup
My mother isn’t a cereal kind of person. She never grew up eating it much and when her mother did serve it, she didn’t eat it because she didn’t really like it. She doesn’t like anything bread-like with milk on it. She doesn’t like turkey stuffing, bread pudding, any kind of cereal or anything like unto it. BUT the only kind of cereal she would ever consider eating was Cracklin Oat Bran. I think because it had a lot of brown sugar in it. Anyway, this is a copycat Cracklin Oat Bran recipe. This is easier to make than cake or cookies. It can be stored in an airtight container. It sounds like just about the easiest breakfast for the next few days after to me. Yeah!
6. Chocolate Cereal – A Girl Worth Saving
Almonds – Coconut Flour – Cacao Powder – Honey – Ghee – Real Salt – Egg White
Bring on the Cocoa Puffs! Well, at least the copycat of that famous cereal. So here are some interesting tips when making this. If you don’t store it in an airtight container it will start turning softer after about day three. That’s when it started being the consistency of a graham cracker. It takes a lot of time to make these into little balls. They’re cute but my time is worth more than that to me. From now on I’ll be rolling them out with a rolling pin and cutting them with a pizza cutter. They are also more crispy when rolled out flat and cook more evenly. So I think I’ll start calling them cocoa squares. They could also may a really good chocolate graham cracker if that’s what you’re looking for.
7. Coconut-Sugar Cinnamon Puffs – Amazing Paleo
Almond Flour – Coconut Flour – Egg White – Honey – Coconut Palm Sugar – Cinnamon – Real Salt – Coconut Oil
Here are some puffs with the cocoa taken away and cinnamon added. I wonder how long it took her to roll all that dough into little balls. They are so cute, but that will never happen at my house. I’m too lazy. I wonder if she will ever do it again when she doesn’t have to take a bunch of photos of them and try to impress us all. 🙂
8. Chex Recipe – A Girl Worth Saving
Coconut Shreds – Cashews – Tapioca Flour – Maple Syrup – Egg – Real Salt – Vanilla
Now, this looks interesting to me. Mixing coconut and cashews together with tapioca flour mixed in. Sounds delicious to me but I am a sucker for anything with cashews in it. She says this stuff is filling so don’t go pouring a ton of this stuff into your bowl and covering it with milk. You’ll have to give it to the neighbors because you won’t be able to eat it all. It’s not the stuff you buy in a box, it’s no full of air. It will stick to your ribs and fill you up until lunchtime for sure.
9. Copycat Reese’s Peanut Butter Puffs Cereal – Simply Taylor
Almond Flour – Sunflower Seed Butter – Cocoa Powder – Honey – Coconut Oil – Vanilla – Real Salt
Reese’s puffs used to be a favorite of my kids back when we ate unhealthy food. This is a nice copycat minus the peanut butter of course. The sunflower seed butter works just as well and is so much better for your body. You could roll these out flat too and cut them with a pizza cutter and save a lot of time from not having to roll them into little balls. Someone, what to make an invention? Make a little thing like a cookie press that makes little balls. Maybe you can get rich off of it.
Paleo Breakfast Ideas from other readers on my Paleo Recipes and Support Facebook Group
Lilian K. – Hi. Does anyone have ideas for breakfast? I just can’t think what to have. Thanks for any ideas.
Sarah G. – Chia pudding with a milk substitute
Amanda O. – Egg whites with some kind of cheese with bacon. Chopped up cauliflower with olive oil cheese and eggs
Manar D. – Eggs with avocados, paleo pancakes, rice cake
Karen W. – Mushrooms, eggplant
Donna N. – You can make stuffed chayote. Cut the chayote in half, clean out the heart. Put in boiling water. Cook until tender. Then take off fire and let cool down. Scoop out the meat of the chayote and put it in a bowl. Keep the shell of the chayote. Mix the meat of the chayote with butter, salt, peppers, and cassava flour. Stuff back into chayote skins sprinkle cassava flour on top and put in the oven to bake for 10 mins. Enjoy
Jennifer M. – Apples and oranges/cuties cut up with pecans and cinnamon or Toasted coconut shavings with raisins in coconut milk. Pinterest has a ton of ideas
Lisa E – Chia Pudding – 3 tablespoon chia seeds, a handful of any paleo mix (nuts, seeds, coconut), a handful of berries, tablespoon cacao, a cup of nut milk. I also like to add a shot of cold coffee! Mix in a small container put the lid on, shake it some more so that all the chia seeds are not stuck to the bottom of the container. Leave in the fridge overnight. BAM! I make more than one serve, mix up the nuts and fruit, cacao and coffee. So many ways you can make it and delicious every time!
Kassandra P. – Mashed bananas, warmed up, add cinnamon and sliced almonds.
Donna N. – Cut up cabbage, carrots scallion, thyme, salt garlic, black pepper, and onion. Put in a frying pan with hot water, then grate a coconut and add water to it. Add coconut cream and curry. Let steam until 1/2 of the cream is reduced. Do not stir the pot, leave it. Then turn off the pot and enjoy
Kassandra P. – Mixed nuts, berries, bananas, almond milk – healthy cereal
Canda B. – One ripe banana mashed with two eggs makes an awesome pancake batter. Cook like a regular pancake in your favorite oil, and, if you like, top with chopped fruit mixed with a little honey and lemon.
They really don’t need any topping, though!
Britini W. – Chop a bunch of veggies and spices and throw it in a bag (add meat if you want). Freeze if you want to prep for the week and thaw the night before. In the morning, add an egg or two to the bag, mix it up, and cook… omelet or scramble
Jess S. – Paleo museli…omelet’s, Paleo toast. There are lots of things you can eat
Suzy A. – Sweet potatoes w/ blueberries and a little bacon
Cassandra A. – I make an egg casserole with veggies every week
Ricki S. – My family eats peas for breakfast every morning. Just a little water in the bottom of the pot, add peas on gentle medium heat and keep stirring, and seasoning salt. We love it 😁
Michelle C. – Frittata 😋 super easy to make! Make enough to last you the week and add whatever veggies! If you add cooked sweet potatoes to the bottom first then pour the egg mix over it’s even better!!
Christine H. – Homemade sausage from pastured pork, local pastured eggs, and homemade flaxseed and coconut flour focaccia bread.
Athena W. – Stop thinking of it as breakfast
Amanda K. – My husband and I have been sautéing a ton of veggies for breakfast. Usually, I have eggs with it but you could just do that and a fruit salad on the side
Stephanie F. – Boiled eggs with a med Apple!!
Jacqueline A. – I often eat a modified Turkish breakfast. 2 hard-boiled eggs, sliced tomatoes, cucumber, artichoke hearts, a little feta and all drizzled with EVOO. On some days, I add plain greek yogurt with honey or slices of watermelon and blueberries
Jill K. – Just have a green smoothie.
DJ C. – Your favorite breakfast eggs on top of of a chopped salad
Selena L. – Spaghetti squash breakfast bake! It has bacon and eggs in it though I’m sure you could omit it!
Diane S. – I had spaghetti squash and marinara sauce. You could even make egg muffins with veggies only.
June H. – We rotate menus….eggs with bacon, sausage, ham; paleo pancakes or waffles w/blueberries; smoothies; coconut yogurt with fruit; sweet potato pancakes with a fried egg; veggie egg frittata; paleo banana bread with a side of fruit. No need to get bored. My hubby is a chef, so he is always trying something new.
Donna N. – Curried pumpkin. Cut the pumpkin into pieces and boil with salted water.
Then drain the pumpkin and mash it with a fork. Cut up onion, garlic, scallion. Put the frying pan on the stove. Put in a little coconut oil and add curry, put in cut up herbs and seasonings, add salt to taste and a little pepper. Then add pumpkins. Once onions are soft in 10 mins. Take the pan off the stove
Kaila B. – I make scrambled eggs on sweet potato toast. Slice the sweet potato and put it in the toaster. Fruit smoothie? Blitz it the night before and use coconut milk?
Biana B. – Kaila B. sweet potato in the toaster 😮 oh my gosh!! Is it yum!!? Like does it cook enough? What a good idea!
Kaila B. – Biana M. sliced approx 1cm thick yes it cooks fine. I used my flat sandwich press now, less fidgety. Top it with anything 😉
Samantha M. – Paleo bread with smashed avocado, tomato and turkey bacon 😋( that’s my licking my lips face lol)
Paleo granola and almond milk
Eggs (boiled, scrambled or fried in avocado oil) on toast
Egg breakfast casserole
(Mix up eggs, almond milk, veggies and precooked meat of choice.) Put in a baking dish and bake until cooked.
Bianca M. – I eat what others have put above however I also love making almond meal pancakes. Almond meal, 2 x eggs, 1 teaspoon almond butter and coconut milk or almond milk cooked in coconut oil. I will sometimes make my own jam to go with. Or just add some berries! Delish and I cook a batch so they last me 3 days. With kids running around so much easier to have it prepped!
Andra W. – Of you are doing almond flour there are some great pumpkin muffins or pan pancake recipes. Make seed crackers and put nut butter on them.
Ange B. – Half a pear chopped up, topped with coconut yogurt and paleo granola.
Kristina D. – Pre-peeled hard-boiled eggs (3-4 of them) and a half to a whole avocado
Britini W. – Premake Ziploc bags of your chopped veggies and meat, day of add an egg or two and make an omelet.
Ashley P. – My rocket fuel latte. Lol, my breakfast every morning is especially with my nb.
6 oz of unsweet almond milk
1 tbsp grass-fed butter
1 tbsp coconut oil
1-2 scoop collagen(i get flavored, right now I have chocolate and birthday cake flavor. This also has protein if you track your nutritional intake)
A squeeze of stevia
And add your coffee!!!
Blend it all up.
Yummy and super full and fueled for hrs!
Colleen D. – Banana shake: 1 banana, 1 cup almond milk, cinnamon, 1 Tbsp almond butter, ice. Blend away! Delicious
Tamara K. – A few tablespoons of quinoa with coconut cream, berries, and nuts is delicious!
Dorothy C. – Here’s one I found.
Dorothy C. – And then this one. There is egg though but, for me, it’s a switch up from my usual egg.
Manar S. – Tuna/smoked salmon with rice cake and avocado
Sarah L. – Eggs with kale
Jennifer B. – If you’re okay with a bit of honey these turned out so good
Emma H. – Cauliflower hash with diced onions and bacon… yum… I put a fried egg on mine.
Emily S. – Scones and chicken sausage is what I have my fav!! https://prettypies.com/classic-scones/
Lisa J. – I make Paleo muffins and waffles a lot.
Adrienne U. – So many ideas… Leftovers are great too! We love these: https://wholenewmom.com/whole-new…/homemade-protein-bars/
Jennifer R. – https://www.paleorunningmomma.com/paleo-waffles-grain…/
Michelle S. – This has been my breakfast this week and it’s SO good!! https://www.beautyandthebenchpress.com/whole30-chorizo…/
Vicki B. – I like slices of this toasted with butter: https://greenandketo.com/keto-pumpkin-bread
Cin A. – I rarely eat breakfast food for breakfast
Eat whatever you like, leftovers, salad, burger, chicken, steamed veggies, etc
Leah S. – Acorn squash porridge is my favorite and you can add different ingredients. 😋
Leah S. – cut acorn squash lengthways and all the way through. Clean out seeds, cover the meat area of squash with coconut oil and sprinkle whichever spice you like on the meat of the squash. (Cinnamon, pumpkin spice, apple pie spice) then put in the oven and bake until a fork goes through the tough skin of the squash. Take out of the oven and cool until you can touch the squash. Spoon out the meat of the squash into a pot. Use a potato masher to get the squash to the consistency of porridge. Warm-up squash again and add your choice of milk ( I use almond, coconut or cashew milk) then while it’s warming I add more ingredients to porridge. My favorite is coconut flakes and raisins which add sweetness to porridge. I have added every type of nut to porridge or left it just plain with spice and added berries at the end. All personal preference. The best part is the porridge freezes very well. I put mine into 1 cup bags and freeze and put in the microwave when I don’t have time to cook in the AM.
Cameron D. – Sometimes I do a cold “oatmeal bowl” but with unsweetened apple sauce as the base instead of oatmeal. I add various combinations of bananas, cinnamon, apples, nuts, almond butter, raisins, honey, or really whatever I have on hand. It takes less than a minute to throw it all together