I have 9 Paleo Breakfast On the Go Recipes for when you need to go, go, go and then go again. These recipes will hit the spot for your hectic lifestyle. I don’t know anyone that has loads of time in the morning to make breakfast. Especially if you have somewhere to be in the early hours of the morning. Need something to eat on your way out the door to school, work, or doing daily tasks?
For this post, I decided that if you truly want to be able to grab breakfast and go out the door that you need something that is already made. So I decided that these recipes should be something that you can make ahead, maybe on the weekend or the night before. Then you can truly just grab it and go out the door.
I have another post that is for Paleo recipes that are quick to make but are best if eaten right away. You can find those in this post 9 Quick and Easy Paleo Breakfast Recipes
Want to stay within your paleo lifestyle with the convenience? It isn’t easy because cooking when on the Paleo diet isn’t easy. You have to make a lot of things from scratch. You can’t buy much Paleo food in the store that is ready to eat. All of these recipes can be made ahead and either frozen or refrigerated and heated up when you need them. I like to freeze my muffins or bread or biscuit. Then take what I need for the next day out of the freezer just before I go to bed and put it in the frig. In the morning it’s all thawed out and ready to eat. Plus I don’t have to worry about it spoiling because it’s been in the frig. I’m hoping these recipes will make your life a little bit more simple so you can snooze and get those extra very much needed last minutes of sleep before a long hard day!
When you think about it, there is really no breakfast on the go unless you open a box of store-bought cereal or stop at a drive-in window. Neither of these choices is healthy and definitely not paleo. That’s why you need these Paleo breakfast on the go recipes.
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 My Natural Family – Paleo Recipes, Life and Health and follow the link.
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Paleo Breakfast on the Go Recipes
1. Paleo Biscuits Recipe – My Natural Family
It’s a huge challenge to find a good recipe for Paleo biscuits that are light and fluffy. I developed these biscuits and they are as light and fluffy as you can get using alternative flours. I mixed three different “flours” together. They aren’t crumbly and dry like other Paleo biscuits and they taste pretty darn good. I’m sure you Paleo eaters will be more than happy to find these.
2. Honey Roasted Tropical Granola – My Natural Family
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.
3. Sweet Potato Muffins – My Natural Family
These are easy to make especially if you have sweet potatoes leftover from Thanksgiving or another meal. I’ve also been known to make extra sweet potatoes just so I can have leftovers to make these muffins later. You can also make them with canned sweet potatoes just make sure you buy the right kind. Read the ingredients and make sure they aren’t packed in syrup. Make sure you buy the ones packed in water. Some might have added Splenda when they do I just rinse it off. I pour the whole can of sweet potatoes into a strainer when it’s in the sink. I turn the water on and just rinse them off. It helps get rid of the extra sweetness I don’t want.
4. Pumpkin Muffins – My Natural Family
These Paleo muffins have a texture that is more like a traditional muffin in my opinion. I think you’ll really love them. I used pumpkin puree in place of using oil which makes these babies pretty healthy. I used three different flours to get that nice texture which is the only way that will ever happen. I love the topping which gives it kind of a cinnamon sugar flavor. I think the topping really finishes them off with the sweetness it adds and the crunchy texture. You could easily add some nuts such as pecans or walnuts to the topping to make it even crunchier.
5. Quick Egg Muffins – My Natural Family
Breakfast Sausage – Onion – Peppers – Spinach – Eggs
These are pretty much little omelets to go that you can make any time and eat them when you need them. It doesn’t take a long time to reheat them in the toaster oven for a few minutes. They are a low carb, high protein meal and can be eaten alone or with a green smoothie. My kids love these and since they as so healthy I let me eat them any time they want. Sometimes they eat them for lunch or snacks. Now that’s what I call a healthy snack. These can be made ahead of time kept in the frig and heated up the next day for breakfast.
6. Bread Machine – My Natural Family
One of the hardest adjustments for me when going on a Paleo diet was giving up bread. The two hardest things for me were not being able to have toast for breakfast or a sandwich for lunch. This bread recipe takes care of both of those problems. If you can set your bread machine to start at a certain time you can get this ready the night before and have warm bread for breakfast. It keeps for several days making it so you can grab a piece or two of toast and go in the morning. Even if you can’t set your machine to start at a certain time you can still make it ahead of time and eat it for breakfast for a few days.
7. Raspberry Pop Tarts – A Girl Worth Saving
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 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 store bought jam is you can find some that is Paleo. I found some on Amazon if you want to try it. Wellbee’s Real Strawberry Jam – Refined Sugar-Free & Preservative Free
8. No-Bake Trail Mix Granola Bars – Bakerita
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.
9. Raw Donut Holes – Forest & Fauna
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.
What is your favorite Paleo Breakfast On the Go recipe? I’d love to hear from you. Tell me in the comments below. Maybe I’ll add your recipes to the blog.