Low Carb Breakfast Ideas 2018

Here are a few of my favorite options that I enjoy on the days that I’m not doing intermittent fasting. Sure, I still enjoy my traditional big breakfasts, but I try to limit those high carb breakfasts to special occasions only.

LOW CARB BREAKFAST

PALEO PANCAKES: I am sooo loving it. Low carb paleo pancake mix won’t bloat you! The full paleo pancakes recipe is right here. You can have this comfort food and still . Paleo pancakes steer away from the white flour carbs that come from fattening grains without sacrificing the mouthwatering delight that a plate of pancakes delivers. This mix uses almond, tapioca and coconut flours instead. There are plenty of different paleo pancake mixes to choose from.

paleo pancakes

VEGGIE OMELET MUFFINS: Holy shizzle, I love these omelet muffins! One egg equals approximately one muffin. Dice up your veggies and add them to your desired number of beaten eggs. Also add salt, pepper, garlic powder and onion powder. The mixture should be thick. Spray your muffin tin and scoop in the mixture. Bake at 350 degrees for approximately 22-25 minutes. Omelet muffins reheat very well, and they aren’t just for breakfast. These are great for anytime of day: breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacking!

veggie omelet muffins

BACON & EGGS ON THE GO: The is the ultimate definition of low carb breakfast with easy meal prep. Yes, you can have your bacon and eggs even if you’re in a hurry. Prep everything the night before by hard boiling the eggs and easily cooking the bacon in the oven (350 degrees for approximately 10-12 minutes). Pack it up in your containers, and the next day you can feed your tummy in a hurry. If you like your bacon warm, it does reheat nicely in the microwave. Store the cooked bacon for up to 3 days in the fridge (be sure to wrap tightly). Boiled eggs will last up to one week in the refrigerator.

 

Enjoy your low carb breakfast, my friends!