11 Keto Breakfasts (That Aren’t Eggs)

11 Keto Breakfasts (That Aren’t Eggs)

Eggs are an easy and
nutritious breakfast, but some mornings a plate of eggs just
isn’t what your body craves. Viva variety!

These delicious keto breakfasts are either egg-free or include
eggs as a minor ingredient. From keto pancakes, muffins and hot
cereal to breakfast sausage and keto pizza, keto breakfasts have
never tasted so good.

Bacon
Pancakes

These savory bacon pancakes are served with a dollop of sour
cream, a sprinkle of chives and a hit of hot sauce. Fluffy and
salty, they’re a perfect breakfast for weekends.

Nutritional Info: (2 servings—3 pancakes per
serving) Total fat: 21.1 g | Net carbs: 3.4 g | Protein: 19.2 g

Blueberry
Keto Muffins

These truly delicious Keto blueberry muffins are a treat worth
getting out of bed for. Plenty of butter and cream give these
gluten-free, low carb muffins a decadently rich texture.

Nutritional Info: (1 muffin) Total fat: 27.7 g
| Net carbs: 5 g | Protein: 7.8 g

Golden
Coconut Collagen Latte


A warm and soothing start to the morning, this protein-packed
latte combines the nourishing benefits of both turmeric and

Primal Kitchen® Collagen Fuel
.

Nutritional Info: (1 Serving) Total fat: 5.1 g
| Net carbs: 2.4 g | Protein: 11.4 g

Primal
Keto Bread

Toasted Primal keto bread is a buttery slice of heaven. Go sweet
with the cinnamon version of Primal keto bread, or savory with a
garlic and herb version.

Nutritional Info: (1 slice) Total fat: 18.9 g |
Net carbs: 2.4 g | Protein: 8.2 g

Homemade
Breakfast Sausage

Homemade sausage is sugar and additive free, and for convenience
can be made ahead of time and frozen. These flavorful patties are
filling on their own and don’t have to be served on a plate with
eggs.

Nutritional Info: (1 sausage?) Total fat: 24.2
g | Net carbs: 0 g | Protein: 30.7 g

Summer
Breakfast Meatloaf

Meatloaf is an easy breakfast to make ahead of time, and then
slice each morning for a protein-rich satisfying start to the
day.

Nutritional Info: (1 sausage?) Total fat: 40.9
g | Net carbs: 3.3 g | Protein: 32.7 g

Greek
Meatza


Before cauliflower pizza crust, there was meatza. This recipe
deserves to be brought back from the past because it’s so darn
good, and because it makes pizza for breakfast a keto reality.
Serve Greek meatza for dinner then enjoy cold slice of pizza (or,
“meatza”) for breakfast the next day.

Nutritional Info: (1 slice) Total fat: 25.7 g
| Net carbs: 4.3 g | Protein: 31 g

Pizza
Dutch Baby

Another pizza-for-breakfast option, this keto pizza Dutch baby
is light and fluffy and flavored with Parmesan, mozzarella and
fresh basil.

Nutritional Info: (1 slice) Total fat: 25.7 g |
Net carbs: 4.3 g | Protein: 31 g

Chia Flax
Hot Pudding

This warm bowl of healthy goodness serves up enough protein, fat
and fiber to satisfy until lunch. Optional topping like pecans and
fresh berries give this healthy breakfast pudding a dessert-like
flavor.

Nutritional Info: 1 serving Total fat: 35.7 g |
Net carbs: 7.6 g | Protein: 22.3g

Keto
Porridge


If you’re craving oatmeal or hot cereal, this keto porridge is
what your body really wants. Made with richly flavorful ingredients
like almond butter and coconut, this anti-inflammatory porridge
also contains bee pollen, turmeric and hemp seeds.

Nutritional Info: 2 servings Total fat: 50.2 g
| Net carbs: 6 g | Protein: 14.8 g

Blueberry
Muffin Smoothie


No time to make blueberry muffins? Then try a satiating
blueberry muffin smoothie made with healthy
Primal Kitchen® Collagen Fuel
.

Nutritional Info: 1 Serving Total fat: 31.4 g |
Net carbs: 12 g | Protein: 23 g

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