Beginning each day right with a healthy keto breakfast will set the foundation for success. A keto diet emphasizes high fat, moderate protein and low-carbohydrate consumption to reach nutritional ketosis.
This keto breakfast bowl features scrambled eggs, garlic power greens and breakfast sausage – or you could swap out for turkey bacon or tofu as vegan alternatives!
Eggs are an integral component of a nutritious diet and an integral component of ketogenic eating plans. Packed with protein and healthy fats, eggs also provide many essential vitamins and minerals essential to brain and body functioning – they’re considered nature’s multivitamin! Eggs also make an easy, quick breakfast option that can be prepared ahead of time and quickly heated back up for serving.
Add some low-carb ingredients like ham and cheese for a healthier breakfast egg muffins recipe that offers only two grams of carbohydrates per muffin while offering up plenty of protein! Meal preppers love it as well!
Mix in some cream cheese for an indulgent and flavorful breakfast egg casserole in only 10 minutes! A perfect way to start your day right.
Add some cooked vegetables to your eggs for a satisfying breakfast, such as spinach, kale or peppers if available. Or switch out ham for something like crumbled bacon or sausage for an alternative meat option in your fridge.
If you need something fast and portable for breakfast, these keto breakfast cups offer the ideal solution. Made from bacon, eggs and cheese – and baked in an individual muffin tin! You can make these ahead and freeze for later consumption or heat at 80% power in 15-second intervals until warmed through.
This keto-friendly breakfast recipe is ideal for anyone who misses their warm cereal breakfast but want something quick and easy to prepare. Not only is this vegan, dairy free and low carb porridge deliciously satisfying; but its composition features hemp hearts as a nutritional upgrade over rolled oats for additional nutritional benefit!
This deliciously satisfying breakfast boasts an irresistibly nutty flavor balanced by just the right amount of sweetness, making it both easy to prepare in either the microwave or on the stove top and keeping you full until lunch time arrives.
While traditional oatmeal is high-carb and grain-based food that doesn’t fit seamlessly with the keto diet, this keto chia pudding makes an excellent alternative that’s dairy free, low-carb, gluten free and easily customizable with toppings of your choosing.
Combine almond milk with chia seeds, stirring until the mixture starts to thicken. Chia seeds absorb liquid overnight; when morning arrives, stir again before topping your treat as desired.
Toppings may include flaked coconut, sliced almonds, chopped strawberries and raspberries, chocolate chips or protein powder for extra energy and flavor, sea salt or cinnamon as desired.
If you can’t find coconut milk, whole cream or half and half will work in its place. Feel free to swap out erythritol for another sugar alternative like monk fruit sweetener. Just ensure to use thick canned version instead of thin liquid variety – the thicker coconut milk provides the creamiest texture!
Start the day right with these delicious keto hash browns! For an effortless breakfast experience that fits within keto, these hash browns offer a quick and delicious way to kickstart the day! Made with shredded radish and bacon for optimal texture, they are an easy breakfast solution suitable for those who are egg allergic or prefer not having eggs as part of their breakfast diner experience. Plus they’re meal prep friendly so you’ll always have them handy when morning rush arrives!
Traditional hash browns often involve potatoes, which are considered Keto unfriendly. Instead, this cauliflower-based version provides all of the flavor without going beyond your daily carb limit.
These delicious low carb hash browns are made with salt, pepper and onion powder for an easy yet delectable breakfast option. Not only are they tasty but packed with protein and healthy fats – perfect for starting the day right – they’re also free of dairy, grains or sweeteners so perfect for vegan or dairy-free diets.
For those pressed for time in the morning, this recipe offers an effortless breakfast option! Made with cauliflower and flavorful ingredients such as onion powder, paprika and garlic – plus none of those ingredients which typically clutter breakfast tables like added sugar and flour!
These Keto hash browns are created using cauliflower and other vegetables, creating an irresistibly crispy and satisfying hash brown that pairs beautifully with eggs and bacon! Additionally, meal prepping options exist and these crispy treats can even be eaten cold! For even more crunchiness try cooking it over avocado oil in the pan for maximum crunchiness!
No matter if you are new to keto or returning after taking a short break, making sure you get enough protein and healthy fats is key to staying on track with your keto diet. Instead of buying pre-made breakfast bowls with chemicals added for preservative purposes, why not create your own delicious breakfast bowls! You have endless opportunities for creating your perfect savory or sweet breakfast bowl.
Savory Keto Breakfast Bowls are an easy and satisfying meal on-the-go – they can be assembled ahead of time or enjoyed on-the-go! No need for a breakfast bowl maker when layering ingredients – any container with a lid (like a glass mason jar) works just as well for this task!
For an appetizing breakfast bowl, start by cooking your chosen protein in a skillet – this could include bacon, sausage, deli turkey or even smoked salmon! Next add vegetables such as bell peppers, onions or chives before mixing in eggs.
Once your vegetables and eggs have been prepared, place them into a breakfast bowl with any optional extras that suit you – this could include cheese, sauce or slices of avocado to boost nutritional value and flavor.
If you prefer something sweeter over savory, why not try making yourself a fruity breakfast bowl? Just throw low sugar fruit, coconut yogurt and chia seeds into a blender; adding ground cinnamon or stevia may add extra sweetness if needed.
Breakfast bowls can be enhanced further with toast on the side. Toast can be baked or made on your waffle iron; just be mindful when tossing it under the broiler as overdoing it could result in burnt bread!
Chia pudding is an easy keto breakfast to make and can be customized to your tastes with its versatile versatility. Chia seeds tend to clump together at the bottom of jars or bowls so be sure to stir prior to each serving, otherwise your pudding could end up flat at the bottom.
For an easy chia pudding recipe, start by mixing your desired plant-based milk, sweetener and vanilla extract in a container, mason jar or Tupperware. Next add ground chia seeds and stir well so as not to create any clumps before placing the mixture in the fridge and leaving to thicken for at least an hour – or ideally overnight!
Chia seeds will absorb liquid and form a gel-like texture when mixed with liquid. You can customize it further with cocoa powder for chocolate chia pudding, cinnamon, ginger and erythritol to create a chai-flavored chia pudding, matcha green tea powder or pumpkin puree to craft unique-flavored versions of this yummy treat!
Once it’s time to serve up your chia pudding, decorate it however you like! For an enjoyable keto experience, add in a dollop of plain yogurt or some berries; it also pairs nicely with unsweetened coconut shreddeds and sugar-free chocolate chips!
Make quick keto chia pudding by simply blending all of the ingredients together before leaving it to thicken in the refrigerator. Use a food processor to grind up chia seeds before stirring them into your mixture – this makes for smoother consistency and prevents crunchy bits of chia seed from getting stuck between your teeth! To stay on a keto diet, be sure to check nutrition facts on any toppings so you can track how many carbohydrates are consumed daily.