There are many healthy and delicious breakfast ideas that are super easy to make. Look no farther, we have gathered the best, Paleo-worthy breakfast recipes right here. A bonus for all of you daily breakfast eaters: these recipes can be meal prepped ahead of time for your busy weekday mornings.
While there are some (ok, most) mornings where you’re probably fasting due to the myriad of health benefits that come from intermittent fasting, there are also days when you want a really good breakfast.
There’s also no reason why you should limit your breakfast recipes to the morning time. Give these delectable recipes a try for your Paleo lunch and dinner options to satisfy those breakfast cravings all day long.
Note: always source organic, grass-fed, pasture-raised and wild-caught products whenever possible.
This Paleo and Keto friendly cinnamon cereal is perfect when you’re craving an old, familiar favorite: cold and crunchy cereal. Bonus: it’s actually pretty healthy (just be sure to make your own, homemade apple juice to limit added sugar intake). Use this as a great low-carb alternative to eggs for breakfast or dinner.
The recipe for this Paleo casserole is perfect for one or two people (depending on hunger level). It is loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that come from a medley of colorful vegetables and heart-healthy eggs. Throw it in the oven, let it bake and begin your day.
This will soon become your favorite classic fried rice breakfast bowl. With healthy swaps (like cauliflower rice for white rice) and an array of vegetables, you are ready for breakfast, lunch or dinner recipe success!
This is a great, healing, anti-inflammatory breakfast porridge containing key inflammation-fighting spices such as turmeric and ginger. It is also loaded with fiber-rich seeds, nutrient-dense butternut squash and coconut, which all taste great together.
This is a healthy, vitamin -A rich sweet potato muffin recipe you don’t have to feel guilty about. The muffins are grain-free, abundant in anti-inflammatory spices and full of nutrient-dense veggies. Eat them up.
It takes only 2 minutes to make these grain-free English muffins for all your breakfast needs. Top with avocado and everything bagel seasoning or add a fried egg. Either way, they could become your new homemade pantry staple.
Pumpkin-everything applies all year long (not just fall). When you’re craving a delicious but healthy muffin, this is your recipe. Grain-free and full of coconut flour and pumpkin, these muffins are a great source of protein and fiber.
Seven ingredients, one mixing bowl and five minutes of prep until these muffins are baking in the oven. These muffins are naturally sweetened with apples and honey (we recommend raw, organic honey). They are also rich in healthy fats and protein. Kids love these as snacks or dessert.
This is another super simple and clean Paleo recipe for muffins. These muffins contain healthy fats from almond butter along with antioxidants from blueberries and zucchini. These muffins are easy to make with a fluffy texture and great taste.
Eggs are nature’s multivitamin…and this recipe uses them to make Paleo “egg wraps”. Choose any fillings you desire for these wraps. You can use these versatile wraps for breakfast, lunch and dinner. They are rich in protein and healthy fats along with many micronutrients.
These customizable sweet potato burritos are a delicious and easy way to get your breakfast burrito fix in. Fill the sweet potato burritos with shredded chicken, cauliflower rice and any fixings of your choice. Note: be sure to bake the sweet potatoes instead of microwaving them.
Warm breakfast salads are now a thing! Be sure to try one as they are a great way to get in all of your colorful veggies in the AM. The fun part about this recipe is that you can easily customize it to your liking or convenience. Swap a sweet potato for squash or shallots for garlic…the choice is yours!
Spring is here as is the time for celebratory spring recipes. This easy, sheet-pan meal is great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It serves up an array of micronutrients from beets, potatoes, radishes, zucchini, shallots, and leafy greens. You’ll also get plenty of quality protein and nutrients from the organic eggs.
These carnivore breakfast stacks are easy, delicious and nutritious. The addition of the avocado adds in healthy fats, minerals and vitamins to this high-protein, low-carb breakfast option.
This sweet and savory recipe is like a Paleo breakfast lasagna meets an egg casserole. This lasagna contains plantains, which are rich in B vitamins, potassium and resistant starch (a good-for-your-gut ingredient). Give this dish a try and add some new flavors to your breakfast routine.
This SW breakfast bake is a medley of flavors reminiscent of enchiladas, tacos and egg casserole all at the same time. It contains red and green peppers as well as chilis for a nutrient boost. You can choose to add more vegetables if you desire. Be sure to use grass-fed beef, rich in omega 3 fats and protein, for this casserole.
This could be your new, go-to springtime version of Eggs Benedict. Pastured-raised eggs along with grass-fed beef, nitrate-rich arugula and a lemon vinaigrette make this a healthy and light low-carb breakfast dish. Add an organic, local tomato for the perfect pairing.
These Paleo, low-carb stuffed peppers are the perfect go-to breakfast option for your morning on the move. You can easily meal prep them the day or two before. You can add in different veggies such as dark, leafy greens, broccoli, zucchini, carrots or asparagus to boost your morning antioxidant and nutrient intake.
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