Low-carb breakfasts can take a bit of planning, but there are some delicious options. Here are seven low-carb breakfast recipes to put on your radar.
From Sugar-Free Mom: “What exactly is a smoothie bowl? Basically taking your traditional smoothie in a glass to another level. Instead of sipping it, you enjoy it like soup and add some delicious toppings! It’s taking your smoothie to another level, and it’s a whole lot more satisfying for a meal.”
From 24-7 Low Carb Diner: “Egg wraps stand in for the standard tortilla. A cream cheese sauce goes over the top instead of a chili based enchilada sauce. No one would stop you from adding some green chiles or jalapenos. They are far easier to make than you would suspect.”
From Low Carb Yum: “A high fiber low-carb coconut porridge that’s easy to make on the stove top or in an electric pressure cooker. It’s a perfect hot keto cereal.”
From Sugar-Free Mom: “When all you need is just four ingredients to make a quick and easy breakfast, you never have to feel deprived on a sugar-free, low-carb diet. Simple recipes like these are what can keep you feeling satisfied and happy and ready to take on the day ahead!”
From For Good Measure: “My northern-inspired cornbread is denser, less cake-like, and not at all sweet. The perfect accompaniment to a savory soup or hearty salad.”
From Low Carb Yum: “If you haven’t been making your own Fat Head dough because of the almond flour, you need to give this coconut flour version a try. One advantage of coconut flour over almond flour is that you use less. A little bit of coconut flour goes a long way as it seems to expand like a sponge when absorbing the liquid.”
From Caroline’s Keto Kitchen: “If you miss Krispy Kreme, you’re in luck. This morning I made glazed donuts that look just like the real deal, and they are light, fluffy and delicious.”
If you are a fan of oatmeal, check out Everyday Health’s article The Best Oatmeal for Type 2 Diabetes for some healthy ideas!