The good news is that you can make your own breakfast energy bars and eat as many as you want or make them as big as you want and only eat one. I even have several recipes for Larabar copy cat recipes. Energy bar recipes are actually very quick and easy to make and a lot less expensive to make than they are to buy.
These Whole30 energy bar recipes are also very good for snacks in between meals and not just for breakfast. My husband and son who are diabetics can also eat them especially in between meals, because they have no added sugar are raise their blood sugar just the right amount. They don’t make their blood sugar spike too high either, so we eat a lot of Lara bar copy cats around our house.
Notice that a couple of these recipes call for chocolate chips but the recipes do say that they are optional so just remember they are optional and that means that you do not have to use them. So put the chocolate chips in the recipes if they are optional because chocolate chip are NOT Whole30 because they have added sugar, raw cacao is pretty bitter and nasty without added sugar of some sort.
If you have ever wondered if raw natural cacao powder is Whole30 or if you’ve ever wondered why chocolate is not allowed on a Whole30 diet, I found this interesting blog about it and thought you might be interested. The blog post is titled “The Great Cocoa Debate”.
I hope you find some of these recipes helpful in planning your Whole 30 breakfast meals.
I have 125 more Whole30 recipes that I’m pretty sure you are going to want to also check out, here they are: