Maybe you struggle with an egg allergy, or perhaps you’re just sick of eating scrambled eggs morning after morning. Regardless, we’ve got tons of nutrient-packed breakfast ideas that are paleo-friendly, but that don’t use eggs!
Primal Island Paleo Granola
Primal Island Paleo Granola is a great way to start your day. Containing only whole foods like coconut, almond, and organic extracts, this granola is ultra low carb and tastes great. Click here to see all of the flavors available.
Fruit smoothie (or smoothie bowl)
There are endless creative combinations you can make with smoothies and smoothie bowls. Blend up your favorite fresh or frozen fruit, nut butter, milk alternative, paleo-friendly protein powder, and ice. Then, top it with nuts and sees to give it an extra boost. The combination of fruits, protein, nuts, and seeds will taste great and keep you feeling full for hours.
Chia seed pudding
Chia seed pudding is an easy make-ahead paleo breakfast option. Fill mini-mason jars with a few tablespoons of chia seeds, your favorite milk alternative, and a drizzle of honey. You can flavor your chia seed pudding however you want: with cocoa powder, matcha, nut butter, or homemade jam!
Sausage and sweet potatoes
Nothing beats the heartiness of sausage and sweet potatoes. Dice sweet potatoes to ½-inch, toss lightly in oil and seasoning and spread them out on a sheet tray in a single layer. You can also add in your favorite colorful veggies like bell peppers and carrots. Top with a few o your favorite paleo-friendly sausage links and bake for 20 minutes (or until the sausage is cooked through and the potatoes are tender).
Paleo blueberry muffins
Baked goods don’t have to be off-limits on the paleo diet. There are plenty of recipe options that use paleo-friendly and grain-free flours and natural sweeteners. Blueberry muffins are a nostalgic option that is easy to make ahead of time in large batches and grab on the go. We love this recipe that is paleo, gluten-free, and low carb.
You’ll never get bored with breakfast parfaits. In a tall glass, layer fresh fruit, non-dairy yogurt, nuts, seeds, and paleo granola. To keep it interesting, experiment with new ingredients and flavors you might not normally use!
Breakfast hashes are a delicious and filling option perfect for weekend brunch. Sweet potatoes, ground sausage, brussels sprouts, bacon, and butternut squash are fun and substantive ingredients that will fuel your weekend.
Paleo granola bars
Granola bars are basically the same as granola, but easier to grab on the go. You can make paleo granola bars with flaked coconut, maple syrup or honey, your favorite nuts and seeds, and pops of dried fruit like blueberries or cranberries.
If you crave sweets for breakfast, banana waffles are just what you need! Make them with only four ingredients: mashed ripe bananas, coconut flour, chia seeds, and full-fat coconut milk. You can top them with sliced fresh banana, other fruit (strawberries? Yum!), or nut butter.
Sweet potato toast
Slice sweet potatoes into ⅓-inch thick rounds and roast them until they are tender. Then, add your favorite breakfast toppings! The great thing about sweet potato toast is that sweet potatoes are a wonderful sweet OR savory ingredient! Try it with smoked salmon, nut butter, or avocado and tomato slices.
No-oat paleo “oatmeal”
Miss having a warm and hearty bowl of oatmeal on cold autumn mornings? There are plenty of creative grain-free oatmeal swaps that are paleo-friendly. This recipe uses pecan pieces, chia seeds, and flax seeds. Top it with your favorite oatmeal toppings like fresh or dried fruit, nut butter, and cinnamon.