You've probably heard of the keto diet, the weight loss trend plan that works to reduce carbs and increase fat intake. (That is, no to pastries and pastas, and yes to meat, eggs and heart-healthy oils.) If you have in the past routines such as bagels, toast or oatmeal, trying to work with keto breakfast ideas, such as a rude awakening. With so many high-carbohydrate AMS foods, it's probably the toughest meal to find ketogenic, diet-approved replacements – especially if you're staring at a donut during your morning coffee run.
Sure, normal bacon and eggs are A-OK, but you can spice them up for so many days before things repeat. The good news? There are some creative keto breakfast ideas that will make you forget everything about your old standby.
Here you will find keto-friendly recipes to inspire your keto breakfast game.
Taco Breakfast Skillet  With eggs stuffed minced meat, spicy cheddar, vegetables and all the popular taco add-ons (salsa and sour cream?), This pan of Peace, Love and Low Carb is like Nachos to Breakfast chips. Best of all, it can be prepared for a week's breakfast. (Just leave the toppings behind and add them after you have heated a serving in the morning.) Who says tacos are only on Tuesdays?
Sausage Breakfast Sandwich
Instead of a Complex Ketabread Recipe This breakfast sandwich from Hey Keto Mama becomes creative and easy by using spicy pork sausage pies instead of an English muffin or bagel. An egg and a Sriracha cheese mix are placed with vegetables of your choice (a slice of tomato and spinach fits right in). To make it easier, swap turkey sausage pies and use only egg white instead of the whole egg.
This is one of the fastest breakfast options for keto, especially if you mix the dry ingredients in advance (the Healthy Sweet Eats recipe consists of hemp hearts and almond flour, shredded coconut, flaxseed flour, and chia seeds ). It can be made on the stove or in the microwave, and from there the flooring options are endless.
Pulled Pork Hash
This hash creation by Cast Iron Keto has made good use of the leftover pork – after all, something about the combination of pulled pork and running yolk feels right. Brussels sprouts, lacinato kale, red onion and turnip give this recipe a boost of vegetables for extra fiber and nutrients.
Cinnamon Roll Knots
Cinnabon's got nothing on these keto-friendly treats from Gnome Gnome. With just two grams of net carbohydrates and 102 calories each, they taste more complacent than they really are. Producing dough (made from almond flour and coconut flour) is a relatively laborious process, but you can turn it up and refrigerate for up to five days before making (and eating) the cinnamon bumps.
Sausage and Egg Breakfast Bowl
Apart from salt and pepper, this simple breakfast bowl by Keto Connect contains only four ingredients. It starts with radishes as a satisfying substitute for breakfast potatoes, and sausage, cheddar cheese and eggs are all layered on top of each other. Since the egg cooks separately, you can fry it exactly as you like it.
Corned Beef and Radish Hash
This recipe from I Breathe I'm Hungry proves that corned beef is not just a St. Patrick's Day-Standby. You can also use leftover corned beef or canned corned beef, but you'll definitely get a crispy, unique breakfast. Watch it with eggs in the morning and store the leftovers for lunch or dinner.
No-Egg Breakfast Bake with Sausage and Pepper
Let's be honest: eggs make a lot of keto-friendly recipes. And hey, eggs are great! But now and then you need a break. Enter this eggless breakfast bread from Kalyn's kitchen. Red and green peppers add a colorful touch to the recipe, and the turkey breakfast sausage delivers a firm dose of protein to start the day.
Yes, you read that correctly. Meat. Bagel. It's basically ground pork cooked in the form of a bagel (or donut, whatever you want). When it is cooked, halve it and fill it with salad, tomatoes, avocado and onions to a hellish breakfast sandwich. They also freeze well. Meat lover, Ditch The Wheat owes much to this creation.
Fluffy Blueberry Pancakes
A stack of pancakes sounds like the equivalent of a keto-friendly breakfast, but where there is a will There is a way. These by A Big Man's World are made from the perfect combination of almond flour, coconut flour and eggs. The result is so fluffy that you can barely see that they contain little carbohydrates. The blueberries add a touch of sweetness (but they contain sugar, so be careful with the portions).
Steak and Eggs
For a good reason, this is a classic breakfast: it's delicious and every steak and its eggs contain a monster-punch protein that lets you refuel until lunch. The next time you grill a steak at night, cook a bit more with incredible keto breakfast leftovers. Tasteaholics intake uses beef fillet, a slimmer piece of beef, but you can freely use what you have on hand.
Creamy kale and eggs
This creation of Health Starts in the Kitchen could be the perfect brunch recipe. Made from coconut cabbage, roasted red peppers, cherry tomatoes and a touch of mozzarella, these individual dishes must be enjoyed on a weekend morning.
Freezer Breakfast Bags
With these winning creations from Joy Filled Eats, hot bags get a healthy, low-carbohydrate upgrade. Packed with ham, cheese and egg, they are designed to be prepared in advance and then frozen. If you're running late, just put one in the microwave and you'll have a hearty keto breakfast on the go.
Berry Chia Pudding with Coconut Milk
If you feel like you are overcooking animal products with the Keto Diet, this chia pudding from Julie's Lifestyle offers a twist – it's vegan with coconut milk for creamy consistency and decadent aroma. It's also incredibly filling: chia seeds are a good source of fiber, and protein powder and healthy fat MCT coconut oil will keep you satisfied throughout the morning.
Breakfast Egg Muffin
These Breakfast Muffins from Hurry Up The Food Up Could Be Just The Ultimate Meal. The litter lasts only 25 minutes. Three muffins provide 20 grams of protein for under 300 calories. You can also combine your mix-in with different cheeses, vegetables and spices. Freeze them for later or keep them in your fridge for a week – it may well be that it will not take you long to make another batch.
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Keto McMuffin's Sausage and Egg Breakfast Sandwich
If you can not shake the craving for a good, old-fashioned McDonald's Egg McMuffin, this kitty-friendly classic from Peace, Love and Low Carb will be the scratch the same itching. Use mason jar rings to cook the eggs into perfect bun-like circles, then top them with sausage and cheddar cheese. To grow well beyond drive-through status (and add a dose of healthier fat), put in some avocado.
Keto Dutch Baby
Impress every brunch guest (whether or not they are low carbohydrate eaters) with this Dutch keto baby, which is basically a big pancake, but better. It was made by Cast Iron Keto and is made in a cast-iron pan. Believe it or not, there are fewer than 10 ingredients (which can rarely be the case with bun-like things of the keto diet).
18  Breakfast Chili
Like chili, but with fried egg. This recipe is also made with breakfast pies instead of ground beef or turkey to give it a morning roll (and pack the protein). Combine this recipe from I Breathe I & # 39; m Hungry with your usual favorite chili toppings like sour cream or chives. (Note: It's also a perfect recipe to break up football tailgates in the early morning.)  19
Broccoli Cheese Breakfast Casserole
Broccoli and cheese are an award-winning combination of flavors, so there's no reason to insist on it to limit lunch and dinner. This breakfast casserole from Kalyns Kitchen makes it suitable in the morning. Plus, it's a great way to start your morning veggie intake right in the morning. Prepare it for breakfast on Sunday and enjoy it all week.
Black Forest Mocha Chia Seed Pudding
This recipe is like having eaten the last night for breakfast – unless it's chia seed pudding filled with chia seeds. However, this dessert-like breakfast from Healthy Sweet Eats is not a disappointing substitute. Fresh cherries provide sweetness, while whole almonds add crunch (and more fiber). It's also made from heavily brewed coffee to give you extra caffeine with your usual cup of Java.
Low Carb Keto Banana Nut Protein Pancakes
Mmmm … Pancakes. This stack of Peace, Love and Low Carb is keto-friendly so you can make these pancakes anytime. There are only 8 grams of net carbs per serving, along with 5.4 grams of fat and 7.4 grams of protein. Additional fat includes toppings such as plain unsweetened Greek yogurt, cream cheese, ricotta or nuts such as chopped walnuts or pecans.
Keto Breakfast "Potatoes"
If there's one thing that keto dieters miss when they're missing I'm trying to enjoy brunch, it's these damned fried potatoes. But you can get used to these "potatoes" – a.k.a. Beets – from Cast Iron Keto. They have so much flavor of paprika, garlic powder, salt and pepper and only 4 grams of net carbs – you will not miss the real thing. Combine with eggs, fish or meat for extra protein. (Although there is already bacon!)
Everyone loves bagels, salmon and eggs for breakfast. While salmon and eggs are keto-approved, bagels cost 48 grams of carbohydrates or more, depending on the seasoning or flavor. These keto bagels from Keto Connect have just 3 grams of net carbs per serving thanks to the bagel seasoning. This blogger uses cream cheese, almond flour and cheese to provide 10 grams or 15 grams of good protein and fat.
Gluten Free, Paleo & Keto Matcha Breakfast Night
If you are sensitive To drink coffee in the morning, trade it for matcha, which will give you the caffeine in a milder dosage. In addition, Matcha has a great taste that goes well with sweet and savory foods such as nuts, fruits and seeds. This breakfast bowl by Gnom Gnom uses chia seeds, nutmeg and coconut to provide 10 grams of fat and keep carbohydrates low at 0.5 grams of grams. For a smoother texture, add avocado.
Mediterranean Keto Low Carb Egg Muffins with Ham
These portable egg muffins from Food Faith Fitness can be eaten on the morning commute, so you do not have to worry about enough time, to sit down for breakfast. Each muffin has 109 calories, and there are 6.7 grams of fat and zero carbs per serving. In addition, there are tons of protein from ham, eggs and sheep's cheese, which you can hold for hours.
Smoked sausage frittata recipe with spinach and mushrooms
This hearty frittata recipe from Ketogasm is full of nutrients to energize your day. It's hearty and filling, without you going past your carbohydrate limit. Each serving contains 333 calories, 26 grams of fat, 20 grams of protein and just 1 gram of carbohydrate. These bloggers use spinach, mushrooms, and raw sausage, but they enjoy romping around with their vegetables or swapping the sausage for chicken or steak.