The best Whole30 breakfast recipes including plenty of make ahead recipes, meal prep ideas, and recipes without eggs.
Kickstart the mornings with one of these delicious and wholesome Whole30 breakfast recipes listed below. This compilation of recipes will fill you up and please the entire family! You will have so many breakfast options to choose from.
Food is fuel and I don’t know if you are like me, but sometimes you need that energy boost to get you motivated to tackle your day. While I love eating healthy, I also want it to taste good.
You will find a nice arrangement of delicious Whole30 breakfast recipes from protein packed, to a lighter side. However you enjoy starting your day, I got a recipe that is calling your name!
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Protein-Packed Meat Whole30 Breakfast Recipes
Whole30 Breakfast Salad with Sausage, who says you can’t have a salad for breakfast? Anyone that says that hasn’t tried my breakfast salad. Loaded with protein, flavor, and fuel to get you through your day.
Sausage and Butternut Squash Breakfast Casserole made with ground turkey sausage, creamy butternut squash, spices, and eggs. Make it ahead and enjoy it all week.
Lox Breakfast Toast will be a nice and light start to your day. You have toast that is topped with potato, cucumbers, and smoked salmon. A really delightful breakfast dish.
Creamy Prosciutto and Asparagus Frittata uses coconut milk to give it a creamy texture and distinct flavor. You have a variety of veggies like tomatoes, mushrooms, asparagus to really give this frittata dimension.
Quiche Cups are a high protein and low carb breakfast. Loaded with eggs, spinach, bacon, sweet potatoes and more for one savory breakfast option.
Whole30 Breakfast Sausage is something you might consider. You can whip up your own homemade sausage that will please your taste buds and keep you on track to your Whole30 plan.
Whole30 Egg Muffins are great for making ahead of time and reheat for a quick and simple breakfast. You can even freeze these for meal prepping. Chicken sausage, fluffy eggs, and more baked in a muffin tin, for a small compact omelet.
Meatless Whole30 Breakfast Recipes
Avocado Baked Eggs are filling, packed with protein and healthy fats, and so delicious. Serve them with some fresh fruit or sweet potato toast.
Hippie Hash packed with potatoes, red onions, broccoli, and red peppers with a slight amount of kick from red pepper flakes. Serve on its own, with eggs, or with avocado.
Vegetarian Breakfast Casserole will be a wonderful option if you are looking for a meatless dish. Loaded up with veggies, eggs, and seasonings for a protein-rich start to your day.
Sweet Potato Celeriac Hash Browns are a wonderful crispy and creamy hashbrown that is full of spices and flavors. This dish is loaded with vitamins and nutrients and is Whole30 approved.
Paleo Pancakes are such an incredible treat. Light, fluffy, and topped with fresh fruit and maple syrup! What more could you ask for?!
Coconut Cashew Bars are a no-bake breakfast or even snack option. This is a great bar to have on hand for those hectic mornings where you need to eat while you are on the go. Nutty, slightly sweet, and tasty down to the last crumbs.
Vegan Breakfast Skillet will fill you up! Loaded with potatoes, spinach, mushrooms, peppers, spices, and easy to prep and cook. In no time you have a hearty and vegan-friendly breakfast for you and your family.
Pesto Cauliflower Rice Breakfast Bowl is not only stunning in presentation, but the flavors also work so well together. You have cauliflower rice, with a pesto sauce, fresh avocado, and an over easy egg in one bowl. Talk about yum!
Spicy Kale Breakfast Hash is the perfect way to heat things up for breakfast. This dish carries a little heat, but trust me, it is outstanding in flavor. Sweet potatoes, russet potatoes, kale, jalapenos and more come together to make one crowd-worthy hash.
Tortilla Espanola packed with eggs and potatoes is a traditional Spanish dish that can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Fruit and Bowl Whole30 Breakfast Recipes
Banana Almond Butter Chia Seed Pudding is one of my favorites. You have a protein and fiber packed pudding that is full of banana and almond flavors in each bite. Best of all, no added sugar needed for a slightly sweet way to kick off your morning.
Blueberry Breakfast Bowl is a quick and easy breakfast that can be made and served in under 10 minutes. Loaded with plump blueberries, banana, cinnamon and more for one refreshing way to begin your day.
Grain Free Cereal needs just 4 ingredients to make. This is also paleo friendly. You have a chia seed based cereal with a ground-up pumpkin seed to offer that crunch factor.
Banana Coconut Chia Seed Pudding will be one to add to your menu for the week. A lightly sweet breakfast that has no added sugars. The bananas alone add the perfect amount of sweetness to make it feel like a nice treat.
Kale Smoothie will help to detoxify your body and really give you a mood-boosting and energy boosting kick. Almond milk, peanut butter, kale, banana and more come together to make this green smoothie taste fantastic.
Vanilla Cinnamon Chia Seed Pudding will give you warmth from the cinnamon that is so delightful. 200 calories are what you will get in this, so you can enjoy this alone or pair with something else for your breakfast.
Strawberry Banana Coconut Smoothie will give you the taste of paradise in a glass. 3 simple ingredients and a handful of minutes are all this will take to create.
Sweet Potato Toast with Avocado and Tomatoes is the best way to kick your toast craving on a Whole30 diet. Top it was mashed avocado, tomatoes, and your favorite seasoning.
Sweet Potato Toast with Almond Butter and Bananas is a sweet way to start the day (or a hearty snack) that is the perfect substitution for your morning toast.
Common questions about Whole30 breakfast options
Can I eat oatmeal on the Whole30?
Oatmeal is not allowed on the Whole30. Some people like to make an “oatmeal” like cereal using ground nuts and seeds.
What kind of milk can I use?
While on the Whole30, you can use almond milk, coconut milk, or cashew milk. However, you have to be extremely careful that the almond milk doesn’t contain any added sugar, carrageenan, or other additives. Most people find it is easiest to make their own. Coconut milk should be 100% coconut and canned. For coffee, most people will use canned coconut milk or Nutpods.
I am so sick of eggs, what else can I eat for breakfast?
Eggs are an easy option for breakfast when following Whole30 guidelines since you have to cut out common breakfast options like oatmeal, toast, yogurt, cereal, pancakes, and waffles. But pretty soon, you will get sick of eggs. Try substituting chia seed pudding, nut-based cereals, sweet potato toast, and veggie scrambles. There are many recipes listed above that don’t use eggs at all. Many people will also just eat leftovers for breakfast and “redefine” what a breakfast meal looks like.
Are there any energy bars I can eat on the Whole30?
Many people rely on Larabars and RXbars while on the Whole30 for a quick snack or breakfast. Just make sure to choose a compliant option that doesn’t include peanuts or chocolate. Also, these bars shouldn’t be used every day since they are against the true spirit of the Whole30. They should serve as a backup and should ideally be eaten with some fresh fruit or vegetables.