9 of the Best Ever Whole30 Breakfast Without Eggs Recipes
I have 9 of the best ever Whole30 breakfast without eggs. Do you get tired of eating eggs for breakfast? I do! We have choices because here are 9 recipes and none of them have eggs in them. Oh, man, I had a hard time finding 9 Whole30 breakfast without eggs recipes for you today.
There are several reasons for this but the main reasons are that there aren’t very many Whole30 recipes, to begin with. Another reason is that I’d say about three-quarters of the Whole30 recipes out there are made with eggs.
The last reason is that most of the Whole30 breakfast recipes I could find are either for breakfast hash, breakfast smoothies, breakfast chia pudding or breakfast energy bars.
I have other separate Whole30 posts with all of those recipes so I couldn’t include them in this post. I have links below under “Other recipes you may also enjoy”.
I was able to find 9 Whole30 breakfast without eggs recipes finally and I think you will be happy with them. I did this post because I wanted someone that is allergic to eggs to be able to have a good healthy breakfast.
If you know someone that is allergic to eggs you can pass these recipes on to them. If you just don’t like eggs, these recipes will be awesome for you. Therefore none of these Whole30 breakfast recipes without eggs recipes have even been close to an egg.
My mother hated eggs growing up. Her mother would try inventive ways to cook so that she could get some eggs down my Mom’s stomach. I don’t know why that was so important to her. It didn’t work, my mom could always taste them. Now my mom eats scrambled eggs for breakfast most days but only scrambled.
I do have several homemade Whole30 breakfast sausage recipes and some nice looking homemade cereal recipes. I have other great recipes you will want to check out too.
1. Kale, Sausage and Pepper Skillet – Primal Gourmet
This is a really good breakfast if you’re trying to bulk up on the greens in your diet. It’s nice that cooking the kale and spinach softens them up and gets rid of some of the moisture. It makes them a lot easier and faster to eat. You don’t have chew forever like when they’re raw. Check the ingredients on the sausage you buy and make sure there isn’t anything added like sugar, wheat, and preservatives. There are a lot of homemade sausage recipes all over the internet that you could make if you’re into that. Here are links to a couple I found. Easy Homemade Chicken Apple Sausage – Homemade Breakfast Sausage Patties
2. Grain-Free No’tmeal – The Whole Smith’s
If you miss your oatmeal like me you may just like this instead. I miss my oatmeal, not that I liked it that much. I didn’t but it was the only grain I could eat and now that I can’t even eat that, I miss it. Of course, the fruits are optional but I couldn’t even eat my oatmeal without fruit in it. I’m thinking this will be a lot better with at least blueberries in it.
3. Blueberry Apple Pistachio Sandwiches – Wholesome Yum
Apples – Almond Butter – Blueberries – Pistachios
Wow, this is a quick delicious breakfast. Even my kids would like these apple sandwiches. Just slice up some apples, spread some nut butter on them, put some blueberries or other fruit on top and you’re set. You can use any kind of nut butter you’d like I’m sure. You assemble them in a couple minutes and there’s nothing to cook. You can make them ahead of time too if that’s necessary. They’re still good for a little while. If you can’t eat nuts sunflower seed butter will work too.
4. Five Ingredient Mango Chicken Breakfast Sausages – Heartbeet Kitchen
It is a lot easier to make homemade sausage than you ever thought. You buy the chicken already ground and just add a few spices and that’s it. This sausage has mango added for some sweet flavor. Other time I’ve seen applesauce or apples added. Some have more spices but since I’m a low spice kind of person I chose this one to share.
5. Breakfast Porridge – Taste Abounds
Here is another replacement for oatmeal. I think the cauliflower rice will help make this very filling. Cauliflower has a very bland taste so I don’t think I’d even notice that it’s there. This would be really good with some other added fruit like blueberries, strawberries or raspberries.
6. Avocado Sweet Potato Toast – Thy Goodness
I think this is a really good idea to replace bread with a slice of sweet potato. It only takes 6 minutes on each side to fry up a slice of sweet potato. That’s pretty fast to make a whole breakfast. You can prep the avocado while the sweet potato is cooking so you could this whole meal in about 12 minutes. Sounds great to me! Bring it on!
7. Sweet Potato & Chicken Breakfast Muffins – Eat Drink Paleo
Sweet potatoes seem to be the big go-to replacement for a Whole30 breakfast right now. There are quite a few recipes out there made with sweet potatoes. This one is a little different though. When you add in chicken, garlic, onions, and celery you have a whole complete meal. I think this could be good for lunch too. What do you think?
8. Cinnamon Crunch Grain-Free Granola – Food To Feel Good
And here we have granola made without oatmeal. If you like nuts like I do you’re going to like this. I like how you can make this up on Saturday or Sunday and eat it for the rest of the weeks. That’s very convenient and the way I like to prepare meals. I don’t like spending a lot of time in the kitchen. Especially 3 times a day so when I can have a quick breakfast that doesn’t need to be prepared I’m all for it. I would keep it in the frig though with the applesauce in it. I don’t know maybe that isn’t necessary. Has anyone tried it without keeping it in the frig?
9. Sausage and Sweet Potato Breakfast Skillet – Whole Kitchen Sink
Here is a hearty breakfast. This will fill you up for hours. I think you could make this for dinner too if you are so inclined. You could even use homemade sausage if you want to. Just read the label on the sausage package and make sure it is Whole compliant. Look for added sugar of some sort and fillers like flour. If the ingredients contain those things keep looking. Here are some homemade sausage recipes if you would like to check those out. Breakfast Sausage and Homemade Breakfast Sausage There are others all over the internet if you find one you like in particular let me know. I love to hear from my viewers.
9 of the Best Ever Whole 30 Breakfast Recipes with Eggs
I have 9 of the best ever Whole 30 breakfast recipes with eggs. Eggs are an integral part of breakfast and now you can have 9 different Whole 30 recipes for breakfast, all of which call for eggs. If you are on a Whole 30 lifestyle diet it can be hard to find recipes for breakfast. Well, I have 9 different ways to cook eggs and all of these recipes are Whole 30.
Yes, I know eggs aren’t the only thing we can eat for breakfast. That’s why I have a lot of other Whole30 breakfast recipes in other posts, you are definitely going to want to check them out too.
For now in this post, though it’s all about eggs. Eggs are rather inexpensive, have a good amount of protein, they cook up quickly and also easily. That’s why eggs are great for breakfast.
On the other hand eggs for breakfast, every day can get pretty boring. That’s why I have 9 Whole30 breakfast recipes with eggs in them. You won’t be bored with breakfast again with all of these recipes.
When you get tired of eggs for breakfast you might want to have a smoothie or a chia pudding bowl or a one-pan skillet breakfast dish plus I have many other options.
1. Quick and Easy Paleo 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.
2. Smoked Salmon, Collards and Sweet Potato Breakfast Scramble – The Healthy Foodie
When you cook these sweet little potatoes you’ll end up with some crispy “potato chips” and some sweet potatoes that are buttery soft. If you stir it around every once in a while that should take of that situation. The slightly chewy texture of the salmon and the creaminess of the eggs will make you want to eat these for the rest of your life. At least that’s what the Healthy Foodie says.
3. Zucchini Noodles with Pesto and Fried Eggs – Food Faith Fitness
These zucchini noodles which some people call zoodles are mixed with a wonderful creamy pesto with fried eggs on the top. It’s a light, easy, meatless, healthy meal that you can have any time of the day. It would be great for Breakfast, lunch or dinner.
4. Plantain Bacon Fritters with Avocado and Poached Egg – Paleo Running Momma
Plantains – Bacon – Real Salt – Black Pepper – Eggs – Avocado – Greens
Plaintain bacon fritters are as easy as can be to make. Serve them with poached eggs and ripe avocado for a savory healthy breakfast. You just mash the plantains with a potato masher, throw in the other ingredients then stir it all up. Next, you mix it together and fry it up in some bacon fat leftover from cooking the bacon and you’re good to go. Actually, I should say it’s good to eat.
5. Veggie Quiche Cups – Nosh and Nourish
I would like to introduce you to BLT crustless quiche. Where most quiches are drowning in cheese, heavy cream and have a crust made with flour. These are totally different and yet totally good. This quiche is creamy because of the cashews. The bacon gives it a smoky flavor and the spring greens give it a big nutrient boost. It’s way healthier than the old regular version.
6. 5- Ingredient Sweet Potato and Asparagus Egg Bake – Real Food Whole Life
As you can see from the short ingredient list this egg bake is pretty simple. It does take a little time roasting the sweet potatoes and asparagus but you can do other things while they are roasting. I would do it a little different than the recipe suggests. I’d roast the sweet potatoes and then put the asparagus in another pan and roast them at the same time for 10 minutes towards the end of the time the sweet potatoes are roasting. It would save some time. You’d just have another pan to wash. For me, that isn’t a big deal with my dishwasher.
7. Vegetable and Sausage Frittata – Tastes of Lizzy T
Coconut Oil – Carrots – Zucchini – Red Bell Pepper – Sausage – Eggs – Real Salt – Black Pepper
A frittata is a great way to have a healthy breakfast without any carbs including grains, sugar, and potatoes. That’s what frittatas are anyway, right? Just eggs and a bunch of different vegetables. I haven’t had a frittata for a long time. I’m going to have to start making more of them. This one is cooked in a cast iron skillet on the top of the stove and then put in the oven to broil for a few minutes. Frittatas are really popular. I found a lot of whole 30 breakfast recipes for frittatas. I chose the ones I like the best.
This has a recipe for homemade sausage included and the ingredients are included in the list above. You have to be really careful buying sausage that doesn’t have added sugar and fillers. That’s why there are so many recipes for homemade Whole 30 sausage on the internet. If you don’t want to make your own you should ask your butcher if he can make you some. But it really isn’t hard at all. All you do is mix some spices with ground pork. There are also a lot of homemade sausage recipes made with ground chicken or even ground beef around. They are all very similar. I love how this has a lot of my favorite things in it like sausage, mushrooms, onions, spinach, tomatoes, and eggs. The mushrooms are what make it great, in my opinion.
9. Sausage Egg Muffins – Taste of Lizzy T
Here is another egg muffin recipe. It’s a little different than others I’ve seen. It has added sausage and almond milk with coconut flour to thicken it up. These little babies freeze up really well so you can reheat them another day and have a quick easy nutritious breakfast in seconds. When I make them I’m going to add mushrooms, yum. This makes a great Whole 30 Breakfast.
9 of the Best Ever Whole 30 Breakfast Casserole Recipes
I have 9 of the best ever Whole 30 breakfast casserole recipes. Casserole recipes are easy – plus just think about all of the pans you won’t have to wash! I have been on the rampage hunting for Whole 30 breakfast casserole recipes and I found a bunch of really popular recipes. I had no idea there were so many breakfast hash recipes in the world, but I was wrong again.
I can’t believe I found 9 Whole 30 one dish breakfast hash recipes. Now the clincher is that unfortunately a lot of them are made with sweet potatoes. I never had any idea so many people eat sweet potatoes for breakfast. I also have a few breakfast hash recipes made with other main ingredients besides sweet potatoes, like carrots, squash, apples, kale, and broccoli.
Some of these Whole 30 Breakfast casserole recipes have other things added to the main ingredient too such as bacon, sausage, or ground beef. You can’t forget all of the flavorful ingredients added too like onions, peppers and spices and a lot of these recipes have an egg on top.
With these breakfast hash recipes, you have a very well rounded meal with complex carbs, protein, fruits and vegetables and lots of flavors but no sugar or dairy.
You have got to try all of these recipes because they are all a little bit different. You can get a lot of ideas from these recipes to make up your own favorite Whole 30 Breakfast casserole recipes.
I know a big complaint in the community is that they are tired of eggs and want a good nutritious low carb meal without eggs so you can just leave the eggs off of any of these recipes if you want to.
If you like these Whole 30 breakfast casserole recipes, you may also like these recipes:
Whole 30 Breakfast Casserole Recipes
1. Breakfast Bake with Sausage, Eggs, Spinach, and Mushrooms – 40 Aprons
A delicious easy homemade Whole30 sausage recipe is included in this recipe. This is packed with flavor, fiber, protein, and flavor. It will help make you feel really good all day. That’s what a good Whole30 breakfast can do for you. It is packed full of flavor, with tons of protein. It has great fiber content but it isn’t too heavy either. It has a lot of good things combined together that are so good and good for you. Like mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, spinach, sausage, and eggs. Yum Yum
2. Roasted Carrot Hash with Ground Beef and Bacon – Paleo Running Momma
Carrots – Olive Oil – Bacon – Ground Beef – Onion – Eggs – Scallions
Sometimes carrots are forgotten as a good breakfast food. I found literally thousands of breakfast casserole recipes with sweet potatoes. I think those beautiful carrots are sitting on the store shelves and thinking to themselves. What about me! Don’t forget about me! For this hash, you roast the carrots first while you’re frying up the bacon and ground beef and onions etc. Then you mix everything together and bake the hash along with the eggs, all at the same time. It makes it easier, faster and one less pan to wash, which is plus in my mind. That’s for sure. Yes, that’s right you bake the eggs on top of the hash. You don’t have to fry them up separately.
3. Turkey, Apple and Broccoli Breakfast Hash – The Healthy Foodie
Sonia buys a whole turkey and roasts, then uses the leftovers all week. She used some of that leftover turkey for this recipe. You don’t have to do that if you don’t want to. It just makes this hash a lot faster and easier to make. You could use chicken instead if you want to. She cooks the broccoli in the microwave and adds it after she cooks the apples and turkey in a frying pan. She fries the eggs in a separate pan. Everything is cooked on the stove top. I can just imagine the runny egg yolks blending in with all the other ingredients and cementing it all together.
4. California Avocado Sweet Potato Hash – Dine & Dish
Avocado – Coconut Oil – Sweet Potato – Zucchini – Garlic – Eggs
I never considered vegetables a breakfast before I learned about the Whole30 diet. It’s kind of an interesting concept in my opinion. Why do we always think breakfast has to be sweet. Think about it, doughnut, sweet rolls, toast with jam, waffles, granola bars and granola are all sweet. Even the fruit we eat with all of these things is sweet. I think it’s just a mindset and a big HABIT that needs to change. So let’s start with US. Yes, you and me and our families and spread the idea to our bloggers and friends and neighbors. We can change the world for the better. Avocados are a great vegetable to start that idea with. I don’t really think of avocados as vegetables anyway, but I guess they are.
5. Breakfast Hash – Slimming Eats
This breakfast hash is full of good healthy foods and is a good source of protein. It will keep you full for a long time. Longer than a slice of toast or a bowl of cereal. This is a good dish to make ahead of time. It refrigerates well. In the morning all you have to do is heat it up and eat it. If you want to you can serve it with some nice fresh fried, poaches or scrambled eggs. They’ll give you some extra protein too.
6. Sweet Potato Bacon Kale Hash – Paleo Running Momma
This hash is easier to make than you might think. Basically, all you do is cut up the ingredients, put them in a pan. Then all you have to do after that is stir, cover, stir again, cover it again then fry up an egg if you like. Then it’s done. It can cook while you’re doing other things in the kitchen like making coffee and getting your kids up and going for the day.
7. Sweet Potato Hash Brown Pie – Easy Gluten Free Recipes
Yes, now you can have pie for breakfast:) This recipe is usually made with hash browns. Well, you can still have hash brown, just sweet potato hash browns. That’s no big deal, right? You can spiralize them pretty quickly and have a healthier more colorful breakfast. Since the sweet potatoes are spiralized they cook up quickly. You can get them perfectly browned and if you like, crispy on top. You can even spiralize them the night before if you like. They keep nicely for a few days in the refrigerator.
8. Sweet Potato Hash – Jays Baking Me Crazy
Bacon – Onion – Sweet Potato – Eggs – Real Salt – Black Pepper
I included this recipe because I like the simpleness of it. Every single ingredient is listed above. That’s really on four ingredients plus salt and pepper. The soft onion, crispy salty bacon, the runny egg and the slightly sweet, sweet potato make the perfect bite. I think you’ll love it. To me, simple is always easier and faster. In this case that is certainly true. This feeds two people but you could always add more eggs or make a larger batch. It’s a well-rounded meal that includes protein, carbs, fat and a lot of flavors.
9. Bacon Kale & Sweet Potato Hash – A Saucy Kitchen
Bacon – Sweet Potato – Bell Pepper – Kale – Eggs
This is a lot like the last hash but it has bell peppers and kale added and doesn’t have onion. I think you’ve pretty much got the idea by now, that you can pretty much add or take away anything you want. In fact, you could pretty much go through your frig and just throw whatever is in there, in this meal. Within reason that is. I’ve seen recipes like this with brussels sprouts and other vegetables. I don’t see why you couldn’t use green beans or peas. Frozen vegetables would be really easy. Use your imagination and see what you come up with. Have fun!
These are quick and easy egg muffins that are so convenient, packed with flavor, veggies, and meat and taste great. They are jam-packed with flavor and come together relatively quick. They are full of color, texture, and healthy ingredients including sausage, spinach, and peppers. These Paleo breakfast egg muffins are a high protein and low carb meal and can be eaten alone or served with a green smoothie (which is my favorite way to eat them). I think the best part about them is you can make them fresh or you can make them ahead of time and heat them…
Today have a delicious grapefruit carrot juice recipe to share with all of you. My husband LOVES it! If you are brand new to vegetable juicing, try this juice first! If you need an afternoon or morning pick-me-up, forget the coffee and make yourself one of these. If you haven’t tried grapefruit carrot juice before, you will probably be surprised by how sweet and good it is. This recipe is lightly sweetened by the carrots without taking away the yummy grapefruit flavor. I love the grapefruit in this because the carrots offset the tartness of the grapefruit and it ends…