If you’re just starting out on the ketogenic diet, breakfast recipes can be difficult. Gone are the days of cereal, toast, and waffles … or is it?
After years of keto popularity, there are some legitimate alternatives to keto breakfast. And many of them are easy to make the night before or to make quickly in the morning.
1. Keto Bulletproof Coffee
Our keto coffee packs an uplifting kick with powdered MCT Oil along with whole butter. Watch the foam magic happen in your blender.
2. Chocolate Sea Salt Smoothie
This creamy chocolate shake has a touch of sea salt to balance the flavors, perfect for busy mornings or as a pre-workout snack.
3. Keto Brunch Spread
This delicious spread is simple to make but looks nothing short of impressive. Eggs, bacon, and asparagus, perfectly cooked and covered for your enjoyment and that of your guests.
4. Keto Egg Muffins
If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to start your day, these Keto Egg Muffins are made to order. Omelets are great, but they can take a long time in the morning. Make a batch of these egg muffins Sunday night and you have a breakfast ready to go all week.
5. Flourless Matcha Latte Pancakes
These flourless matcha latte pancakes are the perfect keto breakfast (or dessert if you’re in the mood for an after-dinner snack), with just the right amount of sweetness.
6. Slow Cooker Taco Soup
When it’s cold outside, or you’re facing a dreaded gathering, this taco soup can serve as dinner, lunch, and breakfast for several days. Delicious and unprepared (once you’ve done your job and put them all in the slow cooker), this slow cooker taco soup will become a household staple.
7. Anti-inflammatory MCT Fat Bomb
Slightly spicy and toasty, these little fat bombs pack a ton of nutritional superstars from Ceylon cinnamon, turmeric (with black pepper), and MCT powder. Feel the anti-inflammatory effects of an MCT fat pump or two.
8. Pumpkin-Spice Fat Bombs
High-carb treats on vacation can do major damage to your ketogenic progress. With these Pumpkin Spice Fat Bombs, there’s no stress in over-sugaring as each bomb has just eight grams of fat and less than one gram of net carbs.
9. Bacon, Egg, & Cheese Breakfast Casserole
There’s nothing quite like the combination of bacon, egg, and cheese baked together in a hot saucepan. You can use any type of cheese in this simple breakfast casserole, but cheddar is always a fan favorite.
10. Cheesy Bacon Brussel Sprouts Casserole
This casserole offers a combination of crispy bacon, warm cheese, and hearty Brussels sprouts. It takes about 45 minutes of prep time, so save this delicious savory dish for the weekends.