12 Low-Carb Breakfast Ideas You Won’t Be Able to Pass Up
Breakfast doesn’t have to be sugar-laden, syrupy, or boring. Lower carb choices are brought to you by registered dietitian nutritionists to power pack your morning.
Green Chili Egg Muffins
Courtesy Judy Barbe
Breakfast Brussels Sprouts
Courtesy Julie Andrews
Veggies for breakfast? Yes, please! Brussels sprouts are my favorite, and this three-ingredient morning meal from chef and dietitian Julie Andrews, RDN is packed with fiber, antioxidants, and protein.
Southwestern Avocado Egg Boats
Courtesy Brittany Poulson
Brittany Poulson, RDN, CDE created these decadent avocado egg boats bursting with healthy fats. Not only beautiful to look at, they’ll keep you full all morning long. Have you ever added this surprising ingredient to your scrambled eggs?
Blueberry Almond Muffins
courtesy meme inge
If you’re missing breakfast muffins, but trying to eat lower carbs, this is your answer. Meme Inge, RDN uses almond flour, fresh blueberries, and a touch of maple syrup in her protein-packed recipe.
Toasted Coconut Chia Pudding
Courtesy Lara Clevenger
The perfect blend of toasted coconut and creamy richness, you’ll feel like you’re eating dessert for breakfast, but without the guilt. Lara Clevenger, RDN, created this recipe with less than 3 grams of carbs. Don’t miss these food hacks for a healthier breakfast, according to a nutritionist.
Scrambled Turmeric Tofu with Mushrooms and Greens
Courtesy sharon palmer
Sharon Palmer, RDN combines anti-oxidant rich turmeric and smoked paprika to spice up tofu for a breakfast that will keep you satisfied for hours. Any veggies will do, but Palmer includes mushrooms, greens, sun-dried tomatoes, and avocado.
Slow Cooker Eggs Over Cauliflower Hash
courtesy Lauren Harris Pincus
Riced cauliflower provides a low-carb crust rich in vitamin C. Using a slow cooker frees up your morning for all of the other tasks on your agenda. Customize this recipe from Lauren Harris-Pincus, RDN, with your favorite condiment—Sriracha, Tabasco, pesto, or simple salt and pepper. Just be sure you’re not making these healthy breakfast mistakes in the morning.
Smoked Salmon and Goat Cheese Frittata
courtesy Amanda Hernandez
Elegant and so delicious, savory and protein-packed. Rachael Hartley, RDN delivers all of this in her frittata recipe. Inspired by her favorite New York breakfast sammie, this low carb meal is to die for. Here are ways to add flair to boring scrambled eggs.
Shakshuka with Fennel and Goat Cheese
courtesy kathryn pfeffer scanlan
Though it sounds sophisticated, shakshuka simply means “all mixed up.” So, you can change up the ingredients any way you wish. Katie Pfeffer-Scanlan, RDN, includes roasted fennel and onions adding an earthy flavor to the tomato and egg dish.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Bites
Courtesy Lara Clevenger
What’s not to love about a three-ingredient, make-ahead breakfast with peanut butter and chocolate flavors? Lara Clevenger, RDN combines these favorite flavors into bites perfect for on-the-go busy mornings. Don’t miss these other healthy breakfast recipes you can try today.