Whole30 Breakfast Recipes
If you are looking for a few family-friendly Whole30 compliant breakfast recipes, you are in luck! These breakfast recipes are not only delicious and Whole30 compliant, but your family will love them!
If you have been following me for a while, you will remember that I did my very first round of Whole30 back in October. That was a wonderful, eye-opening experience to my relationship with food as well as how my body responds to various food groups. Specifically sugar and grains. My taste buds and brain love the glucose rush they both give me, but the bloated belly, foggy head, and tired eyes tell me that the rest of my body isn’t too keen on them.
I kept sugar and grains out of my diet for the most part after that…until Christmas. Unfortunately, I gave myself a little too much wiggle room through the holiday season and my sweet tooth and dopamine took over and my old, bad habits (such as too much maple syrup on my oatmeal and enjoying pizza night with my family a few too many times during the course of a month) started to sneak back into my life. I can always feel the effects these choices have on my body, as I feel slower, sluggish and not nearly as vibrant as I have become accustomed to feeling. It is clear that it’s time to hit the reset button on my diet. Hello Whole30!
So let’s start with breakfast. It seems like most people find breakfast to be the most difficult meal of the day to add variety to on Whole30. To that I say pffffffttttttt. Breakfast can be whatever you want it to be. . In fact, on Whole30, they encourage you to number your meals 1,2,3 to help you break out of the meal stereotypes and just embrace what feels right to eat.
So let’s do that. Let’s think outside the breakfast box. Even if you aren’t doing Whole30 yourself, perhaps this list of “meal 1” worthy dishes will inspire you to mix up what you eat for the first meal of the day.
These Healthy Veggie-Loaded Egg Cups are the perfect make-ahead breakfast for busy families. Whip them up one day, refrigerate or freeze them, and then heat them up and they are good to go!
Sometimes breakfast just calls for savory. Hearty and savory. And delicious. Delicious is important too. And nothing else fits the bill quite like these Whole30 Pork & Sage Breakfast Patties.
The perfect make-ahead breakfast to cook up during a little weekly meal prep. Full of veggies and protein from eggs, this breakfast casserole reheats like a dream and will keep you going until lunch!
Need a break from eggs? This skillet is so flavorful, delicious and easy to make! The leftovers are delicious and your family will adore it!
I like to warm this up and sip this out of a travel mug when I need breakfast on the go! I like to pair it with a hard boiled egg or two for a punch of protein!
I love a good one-skillet recipe! They are usually easier and make less dishes to face at the end of the day!
Easy to store. Perfectly portioned out. Bursting with flavor protein, healthy fat and veggies! I love to make these on a Sunday and then pop them into the toaster oven to warm up in the morning!
This one is especially great if you are having a hard time loving your veggies or you have kiddos! No added sugar and loaded with vegetables, this applesauce is great with a side of eggs or breakfast sausage! The perfect Whole30 breakfast recipes
I fell in love with salads for breakfast with my first Whole30! While an unconventional first meal of the day, salads are easy to throw together, a great way to reinvent leftover protein and can be really tailored to first your personal taste. This a personal favorite that I eat a ton when doing a Whole30!
Meatballs are, hands down, my favorite emergency protein to have on hand! They store beautifully and are easy to add to pretty much every meal…even breakfast! Pair these with some fried eggs, a little avocado and your favorite fresh fruit.
Are you drooling yet? I know I am. The perfect combination of sweet from the potatoes and salty from the bacon, make these beauties ahead of time to grab and go with some hard boiled eggs and a few berries or a banana!
This is another great make-ahead dish. And you are going to be amazed by how the one secret ingredient brings the whole fruit salad to life and is perfect for when you need a little something different from your other go-to fruit options. Portion it out during weekly meal prep to make it grab and go with some avocado and eggs or meatballs!
Another great recipe for if you are learning to love your veggies, these bites are easy, delicious and super family approved! They are a great way to get protein and veggies in at breakfast and can be made ahead of time!