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New and Delicious: Week of January 30, 2017


From The Daily Meal's Culinary Content Network bloggers

These roasted chickpeas are a nutritious, delicious snack.

Peanut Butter Nutella Cookies

Read the title of this recipe again… Do we really need to say more about Of Batter and Dough’s creation? They’re crumbly and sweet peanut butter cookies with chocolate-hazelnut spread in between. Yes, please.

For the Peanut Butter Nutella Cookies recipe, click here.

Pomegranate Hibiscus Chia Pudding

Making your own pudding has never been so simple thanks to Grits and Chopsticks’ recipe. Featuring just four ingredients, this overnight dessert is filled with texture and fruity flavor.

For the Pomegranate Hibiscus Chia Pudding recipe, click here.

Spicy Roast Chicken

If you’re looking for an easy family dinner, a roasted chicken is always a good, classic call. Chillies and Lime offers up a hot take on the standard roast with chile paste rubbed under the chicken skin. This way you get all of the spicy flavor and a crispy skin.

For the Spicy Roast Chicken recipe, click here.

Veggie & Red Lentil Rotini Pasta Bowl

If you’re looking to cut meat out of your life, even just a few days a week, Jackie Newgent’s pasta bowl takes only 15 minutes but tastes oh-so-delicious. With pasta that’s made of lentils, this simple dish packs so much protein that you won’t even miss the meat.

For the Veggie & Red Lentil Rotini Pasta Bowl recipe, click here.

Turmeric Lime Roasted Chickpeas

If you’re looking for a healthy snack filled with antioxidants, look no further than Sweet and Spicy Monkey’s roasted chickpeas. They’re crunchy, tangy, and filled with natural goodness and ingredients. Substituting these for chips or croutons is a great, healthy option that adds a big boost of flavor.

For the Turmeric Lime Roasted Chickpeas recipe, click here.


27 Easy and Delicious Whole30 Breakfast Recipes That’ll Make You Feel Like You’re Not Missing Anything (We’re Talking About You, Bread)

Not familiar with the Whole30? Well, it’s pretty much what it sounds like: For 30 days, you’ll eat only whole foods — meat, seafood, veggies, fruits, spices, oils, nuts, and seeds — in hopes of resetting unhealthy cravings and habits.

It comes down to this. Can’t pronounce or recognize the ingredients on the package? Don’t eat it.

What’s off-limits? Sugars, grains, dairy, alcohol, anything processed, and — the tricky part —anything that resembles those foods (no Paleo pancakes, gluten-free oats, or Whole30-approved cupcakes allowed).

Since yogurt, cereal, toast, and even oatmeal are off the table, breakfast tends to be the toughest meal on the program. A few of us here at Greatist HQ completed the Whole30, so we can attest to that. Eggs get old — fast.

Lucky for you, we’ve gathered 27 creative Whole30 breakfast recipes from bloggers around the web so you can equip yourself for easy and delicious mornings, all month long.

1. Breakfast salad

Our mouths are watering for this dish — and we’re not usually the type to say that about a salad. Just swap out the breakfast sausage for the Whole30-approved kind. Then add cherry tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, red onion, avocado, and fresh herbs to make this savory, flavorful treat.

P.S. In case you think it’s weird, breakfast salads are a thing.

2. Egg bake with chicken sausage and veggies

Already sick of scrambled eggs? You’re in luck. The recipe creator credits this easy dish with saving her Whole30. And we don’t doubt it: The savory scramble can be baked on Sunday and provides five days’ worth of filling breakfasts — just cut a slice and heat each morning.

3. Breakfast pizza quiche

Pizza for breakfast? Well, sort of! Topped with pizza sauce, sausage or prosciutto (that’s what we swap out for the recipe’s pepperoni), and savory Italian spices, this egg bake is about as close to pizza as you can find on the Whole30.

Just make sure to buy sauce without sugar or sweeteners.

4. Paleo sausage balls

We don’t typically think of meatballs as a breakfast food, but they totally can be, right? Throw a fried egg on top, and these guys make for a filling breakfast any day of the week. This version even sneaks some sweet potato into the balls for added nutrients and flavor.

5. Potato boat power breakfast

Consider the spud your lifeboat, and fill it with bacon, a fried egg, and sliced avocado for a hearty breakfast that’s easy to put together, and super impressive on Instagram. Heads up: The spuds need to bake for about an hour at 425°F (218°C).

6. Avocado baked egg

You may have seen this gorgeous recipe making the rounds on Pinterest, but if you’ve been freaked out by the idea of baking an avocado, just try it. Trust us: The combo of an egg and creamy avocado is so delicious that the 15 minutes it takes to bake are way worth it.

And, it’ll keep you full till lunchtime.

7. Salmon frittata

Pretty enough to present to friends for brunch but easy enough to make any day of the week, this recipe brings salmon and eggs together with fresh dill and chives for a delicious, healthy dish. Garnish with homemade mayo to keep things Whole30 approved.

8. Kale and egg quiche with sweet potato crust

You’ll have to leave out the cheese to make this Whole30. But if you’re looking for a fancy brunch dish for other pals on Whole30 or just want to #treatyoself to a week of good mornings, try this tasty veggie dish.

9. Twice-baked breakfast sweet potatoes

Who decided baked potatoes were just for dinner? This recipe uses sweet potatoes as a naturally sweet bed for a baked egg, seasoned with (Whole30-friendly!) bacon, and onions. Hint: Bake the sweet potatoes the night before for quick next-morning prep.

10. Cinnamon apple grain-free breakfast porridge

Ok, technically, this blogger tells us it’s not Whole30-compliant. It’s faux cereal, and faux is a no-no.

But when you’re craving a comforting, filling bowl of oats on a cold morning, this will be the answer to your prayers. A bowl with the creamy and chewy texture of oats, made with ground nuts, banana, coconut flakes, apple, and warming spices like cinnamon and nutmeg.

11. Whole30 breakfast bowl

We call this a banana scramble. Topped with sliced apples, almond butter, coconut flakes, and cinnamon, you might call it oatmeal. Just use an almond butter that doesn’t have added sugar.

12. Oatless oatmeal with zucchini

You won’t even taste the zucchini, promise. Think of this as a gluten-free version of Cream of Wheat with more protein, thanks to the naturally sweet combo of mashed banana, egg whites, and ground flaxseed. Top it with almond butter, berries, coconut, and cacao nibs.

Or customize this porridge with whatever Whole30-friendly ingredients tickle your fancy.

13. Grain-free oatmeal

Another twist on breakfast oats, this dish is filling, crunchy, naturally sweet, and tastes so close to the real deal you may never go back to your prepackaged oatmeal. And it’s quick: Just throw an apple, date, unsweetened coconut, almonds, and chia seeds into the food processor.

14. Zoodle breakfast bowl

We’ll admit it: We have a zoodle obsession. And thanks to this colorful breakfast bowl recipe, we now have a reason to eat them all day long. A creamy avocado sauce coats spirals of zucchini noodles. Then, bring on the fried eggs and roasted sweet potatoes.

Talk about an amazingly tasty and filling way to start your day.

15. Sweet potato applesauce mash

This recipe will brighten up even the dreariest morning, and it tastes so good you’d never know its sugar free. And loaded with vitamin A, and high in potassium and fiber. All you need are three ingredients — sweet potato, apples (or applesauce with no added sugars), and sea salt.

Somehow, it tastes even more awesome in a mason jar.

16. BLT breakfast salad

With bacon, ooey-gooey soft-boiled eggs, and a hearty bed of greens, this dish is yummy, nutritious, and gorgeous to look at. Just double-check that the bacon is free of added sugars. so it’s compliant with Whole30 standards for bacon.


27 Easy and Delicious Whole30 Breakfast Recipes That’ll Make You Feel Like You’re Not Missing Anything (We’re Talking About You, Bread)

Not familiar with the Whole30? Well, it’s pretty much what it sounds like: For 30 days, you’ll eat only whole foods — meat, seafood, veggies, fruits, spices, oils, nuts, and seeds — in hopes of resetting unhealthy cravings and habits.

It comes down to this. Can’t pronounce or recognize the ingredients on the package? Don’t eat it.

What’s off-limits? Sugars, grains, dairy, alcohol, anything processed, and — the tricky part —anything that resembles those foods (no Paleo pancakes, gluten-free oats, or Whole30-approved cupcakes allowed).

Since yogurt, cereal, toast, and even oatmeal are off the table, breakfast tends to be the toughest meal on the program. A few of us here at Greatist HQ completed the Whole30, so we can attest to that. Eggs get old — fast.

Lucky for you, we’ve gathered 27 creative Whole30 breakfast recipes from bloggers around the web so you can equip yourself for easy and delicious mornings, all month long.

1. Breakfast salad

Our mouths are watering for this dish — and we’re not usually the type to say that about a salad. Just swap out the breakfast sausage for the Whole30-approved kind. Then add cherry tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, red onion, avocado, and fresh herbs to make this savory, flavorful treat.

P.S. In case you think it’s weird, breakfast salads are a thing.

2. Egg bake with chicken sausage and veggies

Already sick of scrambled eggs? You’re in luck. The recipe creator credits this easy dish with saving her Whole30. And we don’t doubt it: The savory scramble can be baked on Sunday and provides five days’ worth of filling breakfasts — just cut a slice and heat each morning.

3. Breakfast pizza quiche

Pizza for breakfast? Well, sort of! Topped with pizza sauce, sausage or prosciutto (that’s what we swap out for the recipe’s pepperoni), and savory Italian spices, this egg bake is about as close to pizza as you can find on the Whole30.

Just make sure to buy sauce without sugar or sweeteners.

4. Paleo sausage balls

We don’t typically think of meatballs as a breakfast food, but they totally can be, right? Throw a fried egg on top, and these guys make for a filling breakfast any day of the week. This version even sneaks some sweet potato into the balls for added nutrients and flavor.

5. Potato boat power breakfast

Consider the spud your lifeboat, and fill it with bacon, a fried egg, and sliced avocado for a hearty breakfast that’s easy to put together, and super impressive on Instagram. Heads up: The spuds need to bake for about an hour at 425°F (218°C).

6. Avocado baked egg

You may have seen this gorgeous recipe making the rounds on Pinterest, but if you’ve been freaked out by the idea of baking an avocado, just try it. Trust us: The combo of an egg and creamy avocado is so delicious that the 15 minutes it takes to bake are way worth it.

And, it’ll keep you full till lunchtime.

7. Salmon frittata

Pretty enough to present to friends for brunch but easy enough to make any day of the week, this recipe brings salmon and eggs together with fresh dill and chives for a delicious, healthy dish. Garnish with homemade mayo to keep things Whole30 approved.

8. Kale and egg quiche with sweet potato crust

You’ll have to leave out the cheese to make this Whole30. But if you’re looking for a fancy brunch dish for other pals on Whole30 or just want to #treatyoself to a week of good mornings, try this tasty veggie dish.

9. Twice-baked breakfast sweet potatoes

Who decided baked potatoes were just for dinner? This recipe uses sweet potatoes as a naturally sweet bed for a baked egg, seasoned with (Whole30-friendly!) bacon, and onions. Hint: Bake the sweet potatoes the night before for quick next-morning prep.

10. Cinnamon apple grain-free breakfast porridge

Ok, technically, this blogger tells us it’s not Whole30-compliant. It’s faux cereal, and faux is a no-no.

But when you’re craving a comforting, filling bowl of oats on a cold morning, this will be the answer to your prayers. A bowl with the creamy and chewy texture of oats, made with ground nuts, banana, coconut flakes, apple, and warming spices like cinnamon and nutmeg.

11. Whole30 breakfast bowl

We call this a banana scramble. Topped with sliced apples, almond butter, coconut flakes, and cinnamon, you might call it oatmeal. Just use an almond butter that doesn’t have added sugar.

12. Oatless oatmeal with zucchini

You won’t even taste the zucchini, promise. Think of this as a gluten-free version of Cream of Wheat with more protein, thanks to the naturally sweet combo of mashed banana, egg whites, and ground flaxseed. Top it with almond butter, berries, coconut, and cacao nibs.

Or customize this porridge with whatever Whole30-friendly ingredients tickle your fancy.

13. Grain-free oatmeal

Another twist on breakfast oats, this dish is filling, crunchy, naturally sweet, and tastes so close to the real deal you may never go back to your prepackaged oatmeal. And it’s quick: Just throw an apple, date, unsweetened coconut, almonds, and chia seeds into the food processor.

14. Zoodle breakfast bowl

We’ll admit it: We have a zoodle obsession. And thanks to this colorful breakfast bowl recipe, we now have a reason to eat them all day long. A creamy avocado sauce coats spirals of zucchini noodles. Then, bring on the fried eggs and roasted sweet potatoes.

Talk about an amazingly tasty and filling way to start your day.

15. Sweet potato applesauce mash

This recipe will brighten up even the dreariest morning, and it tastes so good you’d never know its sugar free. And loaded with vitamin A, and high in potassium and fiber. All you need are three ingredients — sweet potato, apples (or applesauce with no added sugars), and sea salt.

Somehow, it tastes even more awesome in a mason jar.

16. BLT breakfast salad

With bacon, ooey-gooey soft-boiled eggs, and a hearty bed of greens, this dish is yummy, nutritious, and gorgeous to look at. Just double-check that the bacon is free of added sugars. so it’s compliant with Whole30 standards for bacon.


27 Easy and Delicious Whole30 Breakfast Recipes That’ll Make You Feel Like You’re Not Missing Anything (We’re Talking About You, Bread)

Not familiar with the Whole30? Well, it’s pretty much what it sounds like: For 30 days, you’ll eat only whole foods — meat, seafood, veggies, fruits, spices, oils, nuts, and seeds — in hopes of resetting unhealthy cravings and habits.

It comes down to this. Can’t pronounce or recognize the ingredients on the package? Don’t eat it.

What’s off-limits? Sugars, grains, dairy, alcohol, anything processed, and — the tricky part —anything that resembles those foods (no Paleo pancakes, gluten-free oats, or Whole30-approved cupcakes allowed).

Since yogurt, cereal, toast, and even oatmeal are off the table, breakfast tends to be the toughest meal on the program. A few of us here at Greatist HQ completed the Whole30, so we can attest to that. Eggs get old — fast.

Lucky for you, we’ve gathered 27 creative Whole30 breakfast recipes from bloggers around the web so you can equip yourself for easy and delicious mornings, all month long.

1. Breakfast salad

Our mouths are watering for this dish — and we’re not usually the type to say that about a salad. Just swap out the breakfast sausage for the Whole30-approved kind. Then add cherry tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, red onion, avocado, and fresh herbs to make this savory, flavorful treat.

P.S. In case you think it’s weird, breakfast salads are a thing.

2. Egg bake with chicken sausage and veggies

Already sick of scrambled eggs? You’re in luck. The recipe creator credits this easy dish with saving her Whole30. And we don’t doubt it: The savory scramble can be baked on Sunday and provides five days’ worth of filling breakfasts — just cut a slice and heat each morning.

3. Breakfast pizza quiche

Pizza for breakfast? Well, sort of! Topped with pizza sauce, sausage or prosciutto (that’s what we swap out for the recipe’s pepperoni), and savory Italian spices, this egg bake is about as close to pizza as you can find on the Whole30.

Just make sure to buy sauce without sugar or sweeteners.

4. Paleo sausage balls

We don’t typically think of meatballs as a breakfast food, but they totally can be, right? Throw a fried egg on top, and these guys make for a filling breakfast any day of the week. This version even sneaks some sweet potato into the balls for added nutrients and flavor.

5. Potato boat power breakfast

Consider the spud your lifeboat, and fill it with bacon, a fried egg, and sliced avocado for a hearty breakfast that’s easy to put together, and super impressive on Instagram. Heads up: The spuds need to bake for about an hour at 425°F (218°C).

6. Avocado baked egg

You may have seen this gorgeous recipe making the rounds on Pinterest, but if you’ve been freaked out by the idea of baking an avocado, just try it. Trust us: The combo of an egg and creamy avocado is so delicious that the 15 minutes it takes to bake are way worth it.

And, it’ll keep you full till lunchtime.

7. Salmon frittata

Pretty enough to present to friends for brunch but easy enough to make any day of the week, this recipe brings salmon and eggs together with fresh dill and chives for a delicious, healthy dish. Garnish with homemade mayo to keep things Whole30 approved.

8. Kale and egg quiche with sweet potato crust

You’ll have to leave out the cheese to make this Whole30. But if you’re looking for a fancy brunch dish for other pals on Whole30 or just want to #treatyoself to a week of good mornings, try this tasty veggie dish.

9. Twice-baked breakfast sweet potatoes

Who decided baked potatoes were just for dinner? This recipe uses sweet potatoes as a naturally sweet bed for a baked egg, seasoned with (Whole30-friendly!) bacon, and onions. Hint: Bake the sweet potatoes the night before for quick next-morning prep.

10. Cinnamon apple grain-free breakfast porridge

Ok, technically, this blogger tells us it’s not Whole30-compliant. It’s faux cereal, and faux is a no-no.

But when you’re craving a comforting, filling bowl of oats on a cold morning, this will be the answer to your prayers. A bowl with the creamy and chewy texture of oats, made with ground nuts, banana, coconut flakes, apple, and warming spices like cinnamon and nutmeg.

11. Whole30 breakfast bowl

We call this a banana scramble. Topped with sliced apples, almond butter, coconut flakes, and cinnamon, you might call it oatmeal. Just use an almond butter that doesn’t have added sugar.

12. Oatless oatmeal with zucchini

You won’t even taste the zucchini, promise. Think of this as a gluten-free version of Cream of Wheat with more protein, thanks to the naturally sweet combo of mashed banana, egg whites, and ground flaxseed. Top it with almond butter, berries, coconut, and cacao nibs.

Or customize this porridge with whatever Whole30-friendly ingredients tickle your fancy.

13. Grain-free oatmeal

Another twist on breakfast oats, this dish is filling, crunchy, naturally sweet, and tastes so close to the real deal you may never go back to your prepackaged oatmeal. And it’s quick: Just throw an apple, date, unsweetened coconut, almonds, and chia seeds into the food processor.

14. Zoodle breakfast bowl

We’ll admit it: We have a zoodle obsession. And thanks to this colorful breakfast bowl recipe, we now have a reason to eat them all day long. A creamy avocado sauce coats spirals of zucchini noodles. Then, bring on the fried eggs and roasted sweet potatoes.

Talk about an amazingly tasty and filling way to start your day.

15. Sweet potato applesauce mash

This recipe will brighten up even the dreariest morning, and it tastes so good you’d never know its sugar free. And loaded with vitamin A, and high in potassium and fiber. All you need are three ingredients — sweet potato, apples (or applesauce with no added sugars), and sea salt.

Somehow, it tastes even more awesome in a mason jar.

16. BLT breakfast salad

With bacon, ooey-gooey soft-boiled eggs, and a hearty bed of greens, this dish is yummy, nutritious, and gorgeous to look at. Just double-check that the bacon is free of added sugars. so it’s compliant with Whole30 standards for bacon.


27 Easy and Delicious Whole30 Breakfast Recipes That’ll Make You Feel Like You’re Not Missing Anything (We’re Talking About You, Bread)

Not familiar with the Whole30? Well, it’s pretty much what it sounds like: For 30 days, you’ll eat only whole foods — meat, seafood, veggies, fruits, spices, oils, nuts, and seeds — in hopes of resetting unhealthy cravings and habits.

It comes down to this. Can’t pronounce or recognize the ingredients on the package? Don’t eat it.

What’s off-limits? Sugars, grains, dairy, alcohol, anything processed, and — the tricky part —anything that resembles those foods (no Paleo pancakes, gluten-free oats, or Whole30-approved cupcakes allowed).

Since yogurt, cereal, toast, and even oatmeal are off the table, breakfast tends to be the toughest meal on the program. A few of us here at Greatist HQ completed the Whole30, so we can attest to that. Eggs get old — fast.

Lucky for you, we’ve gathered 27 creative Whole30 breakfast recipes from bloggers around the web so you can equip yourself for easy and delicious mornings, all month long.

1. Breakfast salad

Our mouths are watering for this dish — and we’re not usually the type to say that about a salad. Just swap out the breakfast sausage for the Whole30-approved kind. Then add cherry tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, red onion, avocado, and fresh herbs to make this savory, flavorful treat.

P.S. In case you think it’s weird, breakfast salads are a thing.

2. Egg bake with chicken sausage and veggies

Already sick of scrambled eggs? You’re in luck. The recipe creator credits this easy dish with saving her Whole30. And we don’t doubt it: The savory scramble can be baked on Sunday and provides five days’ worth of filling breakfasts — just cut a slice and heat each morning.

3. Breakfast pizza quiche

Pizza for breakfast? Well, sort of! Topped with pizza sauce, sausage or prosciutto (that’s what we swap out for the recipe’s pepperoni), and savory Italian spices, this egg bake is about as close to pizza as you can find on the Whole30.

Just make sure to buy sauce without sugar or sweeteners.

4. Paleo sausage balls

We don’t typically think of meatballs as a breakfast food, but they totally can be, right? Throw a fried egg on top, and these guys make for a filling breakfast any day of the week. This version even sneaks some sweet potato into the balls for added nutrients and flavor.

5. Potato boat power breakfast

Consider the spud your lifeboat, and fill it with bacon, a fried egg, and sliced avocado for a hearty breakfast that’s easy to put together, and super impressive on Instagram. Heads up: The spuds need to bake for about an hour at 425°F (218°C).

6. Avocado baked egg

You may have seen this gorgeous recipe making the rounds on Pinterest, but if you’ve been freaked out by the idea of baking an avocado, just try it. Trust us: The combo of an egg and creamy avocado is so delicious that the 15 minutes it takes to bake are way worth it.

And, it’ll keep you full till lunchtime.

7. Salmon frittata

Pretty enough to present to friends for brunch but easy enough to make any day of the week, this recipe brings salmon and eggs together with fresh dill and chives for a delicious, healthy dish. Garnish with homemade mayo to keep things Whole30 approved.

8. Kale and egg quiche with sweet potato crust

You’ll have to leave out the cheese to make this Whole30. But if you’re looking for a fancy brunch dish for other pals on Whole30 or just want to #treatyoself to a week of good mornings, try this tasty veggie dish.

9. Twice-baked breakfast sweet potatoes

Who decided baked potatoes were just for dinner? This recipe uses sweet potatoes as a naturally sweet bed for a baked egg, seasoned with (Whole30-friendly!) bacon, and onions. Hint: Bake the sweet potatoes the night before for quick next-morning prep.

10. Cinnamon apple grain-free breakfast porridge

Ok, technically, this blogger tells us it’s not Whole30-compliant. It’s faux cereal, and faux is a no-no.

But when you’re craving a comforting, filling bowl of oats on a cold morning, this will be the answer to your prayers. A bowl with the creamy and chewy texture of oats, made with ground nuts, banana, coconut flakes, apple, and warming spices like cinnamon and nutmeg.

11. Whole30 breakfast bowl

We call this a banana scramble. Topped with sliced apples, almond butter, coconut flakes, and cinnamon, you might call it oatmeal. Just use an almond butter that doesn’t have added sugar.

12. Oatless oatmeal with zucchini

You won’t even taste the zucchini, promise. Think of this as a gluten-free version of Cream of Wheat with more protein, thanks to the naturally sweet combo of mashed banana, egg whites, and ground flaxseed. Top it with almond butter, berries, coconut, and cacao nibs.

Or customize this porridge with whatever Whole30-friendly ingredients tickle your fancy.

13. Grain-free oatmeal

Another twist on breakfast oats, this dish is filling, crunchy, naturally sweet, and tastes so close to the real deal you may never go back to your prepackaged oatmeal. And it’s quick: Just throw an apple, date, unsweetened coconut, almonds, and chia seeds into the food processor.

14. Zoodle breakfast bowl

We’ll admit it: We have a zoodle obsession. And thanks to this colorful breakfast bowl recipe, we now have a reason to eat them all day long. A creamy avocado sauce coats spirals of zucchini noodles. Then, bring on the fried eggs and roasted sweet potatoes.

Talk about an amazingly tasty and filling way to start your day.

15. Sweet potato applesauce mash

This recipe will brighten up even the dreariest morning, and it tastes so good you’d never know its sugar free. And loaded with vitamin A, and high in potassium and fiber. All you need are three ingredients — sweet potato, apples (or applesauce with no added sugars), and sea salt.

Somehow, it tastes even more awesome in a mason jar.

16. BLT breakfast salad

With bacon, ooey-gooey soft-boiled eggs, and a hearty bed of greens, this dish is yummy, nutritious, and gorgeous to look at. Just double-check that the bacon is free of added sugars. so it’s compliant with Whole30 standards for bacon.


27 Easy and Delicious Whole30 Breakfast Recipes That’ll Make You Feel Like You’re Not Missing Anything (We’re Talking About You, Bread)

Not familiar with the Whole30? Well, it’s pretty much what it sounds like: For 30 days, you’ll eat only whole foods — meat, seafood, veggies, fruits, spices, oils, nuts, and seeds — in hopes of resetting unhealthy cravings and habits.

It comes down to this. Can’t pronounce or recognize the ingredients on the package? Don’t eat it.

What’s off-limits? Sugars, grains, dairy, alcohol, anything processed, and — the tricky part —anything that resembles those foods (no Paleo pancakes, gluten-free oats, or Whole30-approved cupcakes allowed).

Since yogurt, cereal, toast, and even oatmeal are off the table, breakfast tends to be the toughest meal on the program. A few of us here at Greatist HQ completed the Whole30, so we can attest to that. Eggs get old — fast.

Lucky for you, we’ve gathered 27 creative Whole30 breakfast recipes from bloggers around the web so you can equip yourself for easy and delicious mornings, all month long.

1. Breakfast salad

Our mouths are watering for this dish — and we’re not usually the type to say that about a salad. Just swap out the breakfast sausage for the Whole30-approved kind. Then add cherry tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, red onion, avocado, and fresh herbs to make this savory, flavorful treat.

P.S. In case you think it’s weird, breakfast salads are a thing.

2. Egg bake with chicken sausage and veggies

Already sick of scrambled eggs? You’re in luck. The recipe creator credits this easy dish with saving her Whole30. And we don’t doubt it: The savory scramble can be baked on Sunday and provides five days’ worth of filling breakfasts — just cut a slice and heat each morning.

3. Breakfast pizza quiche

Pizza for breakfast? Well, sort of! Topped with pizza sauce, sausage or prosciutto (that’s what we swap out for the recipe’s pepperoni), and savory Italian spices, this egg bake is about as close to pizza as you can find on the Whole30.

Just make sure to buy sauce without sugar or sweeteners.

4. Paleo sausage balls

We don’t typically think of meatballs as a breakfast food, but they totally can be, right? Throw a fried egg on top, and these guys make for a filling breakfast any day of the week. This version even sneaks some sweet potato into the balls for added nutrients and flavor.

5. Potato boat power breakfast

Consider the spud your lifeboat, and fill it with bacon, a fried egg, and sliced avocado for a hearty breakfast that’s easy to put together, and super impressive on Instagram. Heads up: The spuds need to bake for about an hour at 425°F (218°C).

6. Avocado baked egg

You may have seen this gorgeous recipe making the rounds on Pinterest, but if you’ve been freaked out by the idea of baking an avocado, just try it. Trust us: The combo of an egg and creamy avocado is so delicious that the 15 minutes it takes to bake are way worth it.

And, it’ll keep you full till lunchtime.

7. Salmon frittata

Pretty enough to present to friends for brunch but easy enough to make any day of the week, this recipe brings salmon and eggs together with fresh dill and chives for a delicious, healthy dish. Garnish with homemade mayo to keep things Whole30 approved.

8. Kale and egg quiche with sweet potato crust

You’ll have to leave out the cheese to make this Whole30. But if you’re looking for a fancy brunch dish for other pals on Whole30 or just want to #treatyoself to a week of good mornings, try this tasty veggie dish.

9. Twice-baked breakfast sweet potatoes

Who decided baked potatoes were just for dinner? This recipe uses sweet potatoes as a naturally sweet bed for a baked egg, seasoned with (Whole30-friendly!) bacon, and onions. Hint: Bake the sweet potatoes the night before for quick next-morning prep.

10. Cinnamon apple grain-free breakfast porridge

Ok, technically, this blogger tells us it’s not Whole30-compliant. It’s faux cereal, and faux is a no-no.

But when you’re craving a comforting, filling bowl of oats on a cold morning, this will be the answer to your prayers. A bowl with the creamy and chewy texture of oats, made with ground nuts, banana, coconut flakes, apple, and warming spices like cinnamon and nutmeg.

11. Whole30 breakfast bowl

We call this a banana scramble. Topped with sliced apples, almond butter, coconut flakes, and cinnamon, you might call it oatmeal. Just use an almond butter that doesn’t have added sugar.

12. Oatless oatmeal with zucchini

You won’t even taste the zucchini, promise. Think of this as a gluten-free version of Cream of Wheat with more protein, thanks to the naturally sweet combo of mashed banana, egg whites, and ground flaxseed. Top it with almond butter, berries, coconut, and cacao nibs.

Or customize this porridge with whatever Whole30-friendly ingredients tickle your fancy.

13. Grain-free oatmeal

Another twist on breakfast oats, this dish is filling, crunchy, naturally sweet, and tastes so close to the real deal you may never go back to your prepackaged oatmeal. And it’s quick: Just throw an apple, date, unsweetened coconut, almonds, and chia seeds into the food processor.

14. Zoodle breakfast bowl

We’ll admit it: We have a zoodle obsession. And thanks to this colorful breakfast bowl recipe, we now have a reason to eat them all day long. A creamy avocado sauce coats spirals of zucchini noodles. Then, bring on the fried eggs and roasted sweet potatoes.

Talk about an amazingly tasty and filling way to start your day.

15. Sweet potato applesauce mash

This recipe will brighten up even the dreariest morning, and it tastes so good you’d never know its sugar free. And loaded with vitamin A, and high in potassium and fiber. All you need are three ingredients — sweet potato, apples (or applesauce with no added sugars), and sea salt.

Somehow, it tastes even more awesome in a mason jar.

16. BLT breakfast salad

With bacon, ooey-gooey soft-boiled eggs, and a hearty bed of greens, this dish is yummy, nutritious, and gorgeous to look at. Just double-check that the bacon is free of added sugars. so it’s compliant with Whole30 standards for bacon.


27 Easy and Delicious Whole30 Breakfast Recipes That’ll Make You Feel Like You’re Not Missing Anything (We’re Talking About You, Bread)

Not familiar with the Whole30? Well, it’s pretty much what it sounds like: For 30 days, you’ll eat only whole foods — meat, seafood, veggies, fruits, spices, oils, nuts, and seeds — in hopes of resetting unhealthy cravings and habits.

It comes down to this. Can’t pronounce or recognize the ingredients on the package? Don’t eat it.

What’s off-limits? Sugars, grains, dairy, alcohol, anything processed, and — the tricky part —anything that resembles those foods (no Paleo pancakes, gluten-free oats, or Whole30-approved cupcakes allowed).

Since yogurt, cereal, toast, and even oatmeal are off the table, breakfast tends to be the toughest meal on the program. A few of us here at Greatist HQ completed the Whole30, so we can attest to that. Eggs get old — fast.

Lucky for you, we’ve gathered 27 creative Whole30 breakfast recipes from bloggers around the web so you can equip yourself for easy and delicious mornings, all month long.

1. Breakfast salad

Our mouths are watering for this dish — and we’re not usually the type to say that about a salad. Just swap out the breakfast sausage for the Whole30-approved kind. Then add cherry tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, red onion, avocado, and fresh herbs to make this savory, flavorful treat.

P.S. In case you think it’s weird, breakfast salads are a thing.

2. Egg bake with chicken sausage and veggies

Already sick of scrambled eggs? You’re in luck. The recipe creator credits this easy dish with saving her Whole30. And we don’t doubt it: The savory scramble can be baked on Sunday and provides five days’ worth of filling breakfasts — just cut a slice and heat each morning.

3. Breakfast pizza quiche

Pizza for breakfast? Well, sort of! Topped with pizza sauce, sausage or prosciutto (that’s what we swap out for the recipe’s pepperoni), and savory Italian spices, this egg bake is about as close to pizza as you can find on the Whole30.

Just make sure to buy sauce without sugar or sweeteners.

4. Paleo sausage balls

We don’t typically think of meatballs as a breakfast food, but they totally can be, right? Throw a fried egg on top, and these guys make for a filling breakfast any day of the week. This version even sneaks some sweet potato into the balls for added nutrients and flavor.

5. Potato boat power breakfast

Consider the spud your lifeboat, and fill it with bacon, a fried egg, and sliced avocado for a hearty breakfast that’s easy to put together, and super impressive on Instagram. Heads up: The spuds need to bake for about an hour at 425°F (218°C).

6. Avocado baked egg

You may have seen this gorgeous recipe making the rounds on Pinterest, but if you’ve been freaked out by the idea of baking an avocado, just try it. Trust us: The combo of an egg and creamy avocado is so delicious that the 15 minutes it takes to bake are way worth it.

And, it’ll keep you full till lunchtime.

7. Salmon frittata

Pretty enough to present to friends for brunch but easy enough to make any day of the week, this recipe brings salmon and eggs together with fresh dill and chives for a delicious, healthy dish. Garnish with homemade mayo to keep things Whole30 approved.

8. Kale and egg quiche with sweet potato crust

You’ll have to leave out the cheese to make this Whole30. But if you’re looking for a fancy brunch dish for other pals on Whole30 or just want to #treatyoself to a week of good mornings, try this tasty veggie dish.

9. Twice-baked breakfast sweet potatoes

Who decided baked potatoes were just for dinner? This recipe uses sweet potatoes as a naturally sweet bed for a baked egg, seasoned with (Whole30-friendly!) bacon, and onions. Hint: Bake the sweet potatoes the night before for quick next-morning prep.

10. Cinnamon apple grain-free breakfast porridge

Ok, technically, this blogger tells us it’s not Whole30-compliant. It’s faux cereal, and faux is a no-no.

But when you’re craving a comforting, filling bowl of oats on a cold morning, this will be the answer to your prayers. A bowl with the creamy and chewy texture of oats, made with ground nuts, banana, coconut flakes, apple, and warming spices like cinnamon and nutmeg.

11. Whole30 breakfast bowl

We call this a banana scramble. Topped with sliced apples, almond butter, coconut flakes, and cinnamon, you might call it oatmeal. Just use an almond butter that doesn’t have added sugar.

12. Oatless oatmeal with zucchini

You won’t even taste the zucchini, promise. Think of this as a gluten-free version of Cream of Wheat with more protein, thanks to the naturally sweet combo of mashed banana, egg whites, and ground flaxseed. Top it with almond butter, berries, coconut, and cacao nibs.

Or customize this porridge with whatever Whole30-friendly ingredients tickle your fancy.

13. Grain-free oatmeal

Another twist on breakfast oats, this dish is filling, crunchy, naturally sweet, and tastes so close to the real deal you may never go back to your prepackaged oatmeal. And it’s quick: Just throw an apple, date, unsweetened coconut, almonds, and chia seeds into the food processor.

14. Zoodle breakfast bowl

We’ll admit it: We have a zoodle obsession. And thanks to this colorful breakfast bowl recipe, we now have a reason to eat them all day long. A creamy avocado sauce coats spirals of zucchini noodles. Then, bring on the fried eggs and roasted sweet potatoes.

Talk about an amazingly tasty and filling way to start your day.

15. Sweet potato applesauce mash

This recipe will brighten up even the dreariest morning, and it tastes so good you’d never know its sugar free. And loaded with vitamin A, and high in potassium and fiber. All you need are three ingredients — sweet potato, apples (or applesauce with no added sugars), and sea salt.

Somehow, it tastes even more awesome in a mason jar.

16. BLT breakfast salad

With bacon, ooey-gooey soft-boiled eggs, and a hearty bed of greens, this dish is yummy, nutritious, and gorgeous to look at. Just double-check that the bacon is free of added sugars. so it’s compliant with Whole30 standards for bacon.


27 Easy and Delicious Whole30 Breakfast Recipes That’ll Make You Feel Like You’re Not Missing Anything (We’re Talking About You, Bread)

Not familiar with the Whole30? Well, it’s pretty much what it sounds like: For 30 days, you’ll eat only whole foods — meat, seafood, veggies, fruits, spices, oils, nuts, and seeds — in hopes of resetting unhealthy cravings and habits.

It comes down to this. Can’t pronounce or recognize the ingredients on the package? Don’t eat it.

What’s off-limits? Sugars, grains, dairy, alcohol, anything processed, and — the tricky part —anything that resembles those foods (no Paleo pancakes, gluten-free oats, or Whole30-approved cupcakes allowed).

Since yogurt, cereal, toast, and even oatmeal are off the table, breakfast tends to be the toughest meal on the program. A few of us here at Greatist HQ completed the Whole30, so we can attest to that. Eggs get old — fast.

Lucky for you, we’ve gathered 27 creative Whole30 breakfast recipes from bloggers around the web so you can equip yourself for easy and delicious mornings, all month long.

1. Breakfast salad

Our mouths are watering for this dish — and we’re not usually the type to say that about a salad. Just swap out the breakfast sausage for the Whole30-approved kind. Then add cherry tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, red onion, avocado, and fresh herbs to make this savory, flavorful treat.

P.S. In case you think it’s weird, breakfast salads are a thing.

2. Egg bake with chicken sausage and veggies

Already sick of scrambled eggs? You’re in luck. The recipe creator credits this easy dish with saving her Whole30. And we don’t doubt it: The savory scramble can be baked on Sunday and provides five days’ worth of filling breakfasts — just cut a slice and heat each morning.

3. Breakfast pizza quiche

Pizza for breakfast? Well, sort of! Topped with pizza sauce, sausage or prosciutto (that’s what we swap out for the recipe’s pepperoni), and savory Italian spices, this egg bake is about as close to pizza as you can find on the Whole30.

Just make sure to buy sauce without sugar or sweeteners.

4. Paleo sausage balls

We don’t typically think of meatballs as a breakfast food, but they totally can be, right? Throw a fried egg on top, and these guys make for a filling breakfast any day of the week. This version even sneaks some sweet potato into the balls for added nutrients and flavor.

5. Potato boat power breakfast

Consider the spud your lifeboat, and fill it with bacon, a fried egg, and sliced avocado for a hearty breakfast that’s easy to put together, and super impressive on Instagram. Heads up: The spuds need to bake for about an hour at 425°F (218°C).

6. Avocado baked egg

You may have seen this gorgeous recipe making the rounds on Pinterest, but if you’ve been freaked out by the idea of baking an avocado, just try it. Trust us: The combo of an egg and creamy avocado is so delicious that the 15 minutes it takes to bake are way worth it.

And, it’ll keep you full till lunchtime.

7. Salmon frittata

Pretty enough to present to friends for brunch but easy enough to make any day of the week, this recipe brings salmon and eggs together with fresh dill and chives for a delicious, healthy dish. Garnish with homemade mayo to keep things Whole30 approved.

8. Kale and egg quiche with sweet potato crust

You’ll have to leave out the cheese to make this Whole30. But if you’re looking for a fancy brunch dish for other pals on Whole30 or just want to #treatyoself to a week of good mornings, try this tasty veggie dish.

9. Twice-baked breakfast sweet potatoes

Who decided baked potatoes were just for dinner? This recipe uses sweet potatoes as a naturally sweet bed for a baked egg, seasoned with (Whole30-friendly!) bacon, and onions. Hint: Bake the sweet potatoes the night before for quick next-morning prep.

10. Cinnamon apple grain-free breakfast porridge

Ok, technically, this blogger tells us it’s not Whole30-compliant. It’s faux cereal, and faux is a no-no.

But when you’re craving a comforting, filling bowl of oats on a cold morning, this will be the answer to your prayers. A bowl with the creamy and chewy texture of oats, made with ground nuts, banana, coconut flakes, apple, and warming spices like cinnamon and nutmeg.

11. Whole30 breakfast bowl

We call this a banana scramble. Topped with sliced apples, almond butter, coconut flakes, and cinnamon, you might call it oatmeal. Just use an almond butter that doesn’t have added sugar.

12. Oatless oatmeal with zucchini

You won’t even taste the zucchini, promise. Think of this as a gluten-free version of Cream of Wheat with more protein, thanks to the naturally sweet combo of mashed banana, egg whites, and ground flaxseed. Top it with almond butter, berries, coconut, and cacao nibs.

Or customize this porridge with whatever Whole30-friendly ingredients tickle your fancy.

13. Grain-free oatmeal

Another twist on breakfast oats, this dish is filling, crunchy, naturally sweet, and tastes so close to the real deal you may never go back to your prepackaged oatmeal. And it’s quick: Just throw an apple, date, unsweetened coconut, almonds, and chia seeds into the food processor.

14. Zoodle breakfast bowl

We’ll admit it: We have a zoodle obsession. And thanks to this colorful breakfast bowl recipe, we now have a reason to eat them all day long. A creamy avocado sauce coats spirals of zucchini noodles. Then, bring on the fried eggs and roasted sweet potatoes.

Talk about an amazingly tasty and filling way to start your day.

15. Sweet potato applesauce mash

This recipe will brighten up even the dreariest morning, and it tastes so good you’d never know its sugar free. And loaded with vitamin A, and high in potassium and fiber. All you need are three ingredients — sweet potato, apples (or applesauce with no added sugars), and sea salt.

Somehow, it tastes even more awesome in a mason jar.

16. BLT breakfast salad

With bacon, ooey-gooey soft-boiled eggs, and a hearty bed of greens, this dish is yummy, nutritious, and gorgeous to look at. Just double-check that the bacon is free of added sugars. so it’s compliant with Whole30 standards for bacon.


27 Easy and Delicious Whole30 Breakfast Recipes That’ll Make You Feel Like You’re Not Missing Anything (We’re Talking About You, Bread)

Not familiar with the Whole30? Well, it’s pretty much what it sounds like: For 30 days, you’ll eat only whole foods — meat, seafood, veggies, fruits, spices, oils, nuts, and seeds — in hopes of resetting unhealthy cravings and habits.

It comes down to this. Can’t pronounce or recognize the ingredients on the package? Don’t eat it.

What’s off-limits? Sugars, grains, dairy, alcohol, anything processed, and — the tricky part —anything that resembles those foods (no Paleo pancakes, gluten-free oats, or Whole30-approved cupcakes allowed).

Since yogurt, cereal, toast, and even oatmeal are off the table, breakfast tends to be the toughest meal on the program. A few of us here at Greatist HQ completed the Whole30, so we can attest to that. Eggs get old — fast.

Lucky for you, we’ve gathered 27 creative Whole30 breakfast recipes from bloggers around the web so you can equip yourself for easy and delicious mornings, all month long.

1. Breakfast salad

Our mouths are watering for this dish — and we’re not usually the type to say that about a salad. Just swap out the breakfast sausage for the Whole30-approved kind. Then add cherry tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, red onion, avocado, and fresh herbs to make this savory, flavorful treat.

P.S. In case you think it’s weird, breakfast salads are a thing.

2. Egg bake with chicken sausage and veggies

Already sick of scrambled eggs? You’re in luck. The recipe creator credits this easy dish with saving her Whole30. And we don’t doubt it: The savory scramble can be baked on Sunday and provides five days’ worth of filling breakfasts — just cut a slice and heat each morning.

3. Breakfast pizza quiche

Pizza for breakfast? Well, sort of! Topped with pizza sauce, sausage or prosciutto (that’s what we swap out for the recipe’s pepperoni), and savory Italian spices, this egg bake is about as close to pizza as you can find on the Whole30.

Just make sure to buy sauce without sugar or sweeteners.

4. Paleo sausage balls

We don’t typically think of meatballs as a breakfast food, but they totally can be, right? Throw a fried egg on top, and these guys make for a filling breakfast any day of the week. This version even sneaks some sweet potato into the balls for added nutrients and flavor.

5. Potato boat power breakfast

Consider the spud your lifeboat, and fill it with bacon, a fried egg, and sliced avocado for a hearty breakfast that’s easy to put together, and super impressive on Instagram. Heads up: The spuds need to bake for about an hour at 425°F (218°C).

6. Avocado baked egg

You may have seen this gorgeous recipe making the rounds on Pinterest, but if you’ve been freaked out by the idea of baking an avocado, just try it. Trust us: The combo of an egg and creamy avocado is so delicious that the 15 minutes it takes to bake are way worth it.

And, it’ll keep you full till lunchtime.

7. Salmon frittata

Pretty enough to present to friends for brunch but easy enough to make any day of the week, this recipe brings salmon and eggs together with fresh dill and chives for a delicious, healthy dish. Garnish with homemade mayo to keep things Whole30 approved.

8. Kale and egg quiche with sweet potato crust

You’ll have to leave out the cheese to make this Whole30. But if you’re looking for a fancy brunch dish for other pals on Whole30 or just want to #treatyoself to a week of good mornings, try this tasty veggie dish.

9. Twice-baked breakfast sweet potatoes

Who decided baked potatoes were just for dinner? This recipe uses sweet potatoes as a naturally sweet bed for a baked egg, seasoned with (Whole30-friendly!) bacon, and onions. Hint: Bake the sweet potatoes the night before for quick next-morning prep.

10. Cinnamon apple grain-free breakfast porridge

Ok, technically, this blogger tells us it’s not Whole30-compliant. It’s faux cereal, and faux is a no-no.

But when you’re craving a comforting, filling bowl of oats on a cold morning, this will be the answer to your prayers. A bowl with the creamy and chewy texture of oats, made with ground nuts, banana, coconut flakes, apple, and warming spices like cinnamon and nutmeg.

11. Whole30 breakfast bowl

We call this a banana scramble. Topped with sliced apples, almond butter, coconut flakes, and cinnamon, you might call it oatmeal. Just use an almond butter that doesn’t have added sugar.

12. Oatless oatmeal with zucchini

You won’t even taste the zucchini, promise. Think of this as a gluten-free version of Cream of Wheat with more protein, thanks to the naturally sweet combo of mashed banana, egg whites, and ground flaxseed. Top it with almond butter, berries, coconut, and cacao nibs.

Or customize this porridge with whatever Whole30-friendly ingredients tickle your fancy.

13. Grain-free oatmeal

Another twist on breakfast oats, this dish is filling, crunchy, naturally sweet, and tastes so close to the real deal you may never go back to your prepackaged oatmeal. And it’s quick: Just throw an apple, date, unsweetened coconut, almonds, and chia seeds into the food processor.

14. Zoodle breakfast bowl

We’ll admit it: We have a zoodle obsession. And thanks to this colorful breakfast bowl recipe, we now have a reason to eat them all day long. A creamy avocado sauce coats spirals of zucchini noodles. Then, bring on the fried eggs and roasted sweet potatoes.

Talk about an amazingly tasty and filling way to start your day.

15. Sweet potato applesauce mash

This recipe will brighten up even the dreariest morning, and it tastes so good you’d never know its sugar free. And loaded with vitamin A, and high in potassium and fiber. All you need are three ingredients — sweet potato, apples (or applesauce with no added sugars), and sea salt.

Somehow, it tastes even more awesome in a mason jar.

16. BLT breakfast salad

With bacon, ooey-gooey soft-boiled eggs, and a hearty bed of greens, this dish is yummy, nutritious, and gorgeous to look at. Just double-check that the bacon is free of added sugars. so it’s compliant with Whole30 standards for bacon.


27 Easy and Delicious Whole30 Breakfast Recipes That’ll Make You Feel Like You’re Not Missing Anything (We’re Talking About You, Bread)

Not familiar with the Whole30? Well, it’s pretty much what it sounds like: For 30 days, you’ll eat only whole foods — meat, seafood, veggies, fruits, spices, oils, nuts, and seeds — in hopes of resetting unhealthy cravings and habits.

It comes down to this. Can’t pronounce or recognize the ingredients on the package? Don’t eat it.

What’s off-limits? Sugars, grains, dairy, alcohol, anything processed, and — the tricky part —anything that resembles those foods (no Paleo pancakes, gluten-free oats, or Whole30-approved cupcakes allowed).

Since yogurt, cereal, toast, and even oatmeal are off the table, breakfast tends to be the toughest meal on the program. A few of us here at Greatist HQ completed the Whole30, so we can attest to that. Eggs get old — fast.

Lucky for you, we’ve gathered 27 creative Whole30 breakfast recipes from bloggers around the web so you can equip yourself for easy and delicious mornings, all month long.

1. Breakfast salad

Our mouths are watering for this dish — and we’re not usually the type to say that about a salad. Just swap out the breakfast sausage for the Whole30-approved kind. Then add cherry tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, red onion, avocado, and fresh herbs to make this savory, flavorful treat.

P.S. In case you think it’s weird, breakfast salads are a thing.

2. Egg bake with chicken sausage and veggies

Already sick of scrambled eggs? You’re in luck. The recipe creator credits this easy dish with saving her Whole30. And we don’t doubt it: The savory scramble can be baked on Sunday and provides five days’ worth of filling breakfasts — just cut a slice and heat each morning.

3. Breakfast pizza quiche

Pizza for breakfast? Well, sort of! Topped with pizza sauce, sausage or prosciutto (that’s what we swap out for the recipe’s pepperoni), and savory Italian spices, this egg bake is about as close to pizza as you can find on the Whole30.

Just make sure to buy sauce without sugar or sweeteners.

4. Paleo sausage balls

We don’t typically think of meatballs as a breakfast food, but they totally can be, right? Throw a fried egg on top, and these guys make for a filling breakfast any day of the week. This version even sneaks some sweet potato into the balls for added nutrients and flavor.

5. Potato boat power breakfast

Consider the spud your lifeboat, and fill it with bacon, a fried egg, and sliced avocado for a hearty breakfast that’s easy to put together, and super impressive on Instagram. Heads up: The spuds need to bake for about an hour at 425°F (218°C).

6. Avocado baked egg

You may have seen this gorgeous recipe making the rounds on Pinterest, but if you’ve been freaked out by the idea of baking an avocado, just try it. Trust us: The combo of an egg and creamy avocado is so delicious that the 15 minutes it takes to bake are way worth it.

And, it’ll keep you full till lunchtime.

7. Salmon frittata

Pretty enough to present to friends for brunch but easy enough to make any day of the week, this recipe brings salmon and eggs together with fresh dill and chives for a delicious, healthy dish. Garnish with homemade mayo to keep things Whole30 approved.

8. Kale and egg quiche with sweet potato crust

You’ll have to leave out the cheese to make this Whole30. But if you’re looking for a fancy brunch dish for other pals on Whole30 or just want to #treatyoself to a week of good mornings, try this tasty veggie dish.

9. Twice-baked breakfast sweet potatoes

Who decided baked potatoes were just for dinner? This recipe uses sweet potatoes as a naturally sweet bed for a baked egg, seasoned with (Whole30-friendly!) bacon, and onions. Hint: Bake the sweet potatoes the night before for quick next-morning prep.

10. Cinnamon apple grain-free breakfast porridge

Ok, technically, this blogger tells us it’s not Whole30-compliant. It’s faux cereal, and faux is a no-no.

But when you’re craving a comforting, filling bowl of oats on a cold morning, this will be the answer to your prayers. A bowl with the creamy and chewy texture of oats, made with ground nuts, banana, coconut flakes, apple, and warming spices like cinnamon and nutmeg.

11. Whole30 breakfast bowl

We call this a banana scramble. Topped with sliced apples, almond butter, coconut flakes, and cinnamon, you might call it oatmeal. Just use an almond butter that doesn’t have added sugar.

12. Oatless oatmeal with zucchini

You won’t even taste the zucchini, promise. Think of this as a gluten-free version of Cream of Wheat with more protein, thanks to the naturally sweet combo of mashed banana, egg whites, and ground flaxseed. Top it with almond butter, berries, coconut, and cacao nibs.

Or customize this porridge with whatever Whole30-friendly ingredients tickle your fancy.

13. Grain-free oatmeal

Another twist on breakfast oats, this dish is filling, crunchy, naturally sweet, and tastes so close to the real deal you may never go back to your prepackaged oatmeal. And it’s quick: Just throw an apple, date, unsweetened coconut, almonds, and chia seeds into the food processor.

14. Zoodle breakfast bowl

We’ll admit it: We have a zoodle obsession. And thanks to this colorful breakfast bowl recipe, we now have a reason to eat them all day long. A creamy avocado sauce coats spirals of zucchini noodles. Then, bring on the fried eggs and roasted sweet potatoes.

Talk about an amazingly tasty and filling way to start your day.

15. Sweet potato applesauce mash

This recipe will brighten up even the dreariest morning, and it tastes so good you’d never know its sugar free. And loaded with vitamin A, and high in potassium and fiber. All you need are three ingredients — sweet potato, apples (or applesauce with no added sugars), and sea salt.

Somehow, it tastes even more awesome in a mason jar.

16. BLT breakfast salad

With bacon, ooey-gooey soft-boiled eggs, and a hearty bed of greens, this dish is yummy, nutritious, and gorgeous to look at. Just double-check that the bacon is free of added sugars. so it’s compliant with Whole30 standards for bacon.


27 Easy and Delicious Whole30 Breakfast Recipes That’ll Make You Feel Like You’re Not Missing Anything (We’re Talking About You, Bread)

Not familiar with the Whole30? Well, it’s pretty much what it sounds like: For 30 days, you’ll eat only whole foods — meat, seafood, veggies, fruits, spices, oils, nuts, and seeds — in hopes of resetting unhealthy cravings and habits.

It comes down to this. Can’t pronounce or recognize the ingredients on the package? Don’t eat it.

What’s off-limits? Sugars, grains, dairy, alcohol, anything processed, and — the tricky part —anything that resembles those foods (no Paleo pancakes, gluten-free oats, or Whole30-approved cupcakes allowed).

Since yogurt, cereal, toast, and even oatmeal are off the table, breakfast tends to be the toughest meal on the program. A few of us here at Greatist HQ completed the Whole30, so we can attest to that. Eggs get old — fast.

Lucky for you, we’ve gathered 27 creative Whole30 breakfast recipes from bloggers around the web so you can equip yourself for easy and delicious mornings, all month long.

1. Breakfast salad

Our mouths are watering for this dish — and we’re not usually the type to say that about a salad. Just swap out the breakfast sausage for the Whole30-approved kind. Then add cherry tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, red onion, avocado, and fresh herbs to make this savory, flavorful treat.

P.S. In case you think it’s weird, breakfast salads are a thing.

2. Egg bake with chicken sausage and veggies

Already sick of scrambled eggs? You’re in luck. The recipe creator credits this easy dish with saving her Whole30. And we don’t doubt it: The savory scramble can be baked on Sunday and provides five days’ worth of filling breakfasts — just cut a slice and heat each morning.

3. Breakfast pizza quiche

Pizza for breakfast? Well, sort of! Topped with pizza sauce, sausage or prosciutto (that’s what we swap out for the recipe’s pepperoni), and savory Italian spices, this egg bake is about as close to pizza as you can find on the Whole30.

Just make sure to buy sauce without sugar or sweeteners.

4. Paleo sausage balls

We don’t typically think of meatballs as a breakfast food, but they totally can be, right? Throw a fried egg on top, and these guys make for a filling breakfast any day of the week. This version even sneaks some sweet potato into the balls for added nutrients and flavor.

5. Potato boat power breakfast

Consider the spud your lifeboat, and fill it with bacon, a fried egg, and sliced avocado for a hearty breakfast that’s easy to put together, and super impressive on Instagram. Heads up: The spuds need to bake for about an hour at 425°F (218°C).

6. Avocado baked egg

You may have seen this gorgeous recipe making the rounds on Pinterest, but if you’ve been freaked out by the idea of baking an avocado, just try it. Trust us: The combo of an egg and creamy avocado is so delicious that the 15 minutes it takes to bake are way worth it.

And, it’ll keep you full till lunchtime.

7. Salmon frittata

Pretty enough to present to friends for brunch but easy enough to make any day of the week, this recipe brings salmon and eggs together with fresh dill and chives for a delicious, healthy dish. Garnish with homemade mayo to keep things Whole30 approved.

8. Kale and egg quiche with sweet potato crust

You’ll have to leave out the cheese to make this Whole30. But if you’re looking for a fancy brunch dish for other pals on Whole30 or just want to #treatyoself to a week of good mornings, try this tasty veggie dish.

9. Twice-baked breakfast sweet potatoes

Who decided baked potatoes were just for dinner? This recipe uses sweet potatoes as a naturally sweet bed for a baked egg, seasoned with (Whole30-friendly!) bacon, and onions. Hint: Bake the sweet potatoes the night before for quick next-morning prep.

10. Cinnamon apple grain-free breakfast porridge

Ok, technically, this blogger tells us it’s not Whole30-compliant. It’s faux cereal, and faux is a no-no.

But when you’re craving a comforting, filling bowl of oats on a cold morning, this will be the answer to your prayers. A bowl with the creamy and chewy texture of oats, made with ground nuts, banana, coconut flakes, apple, and warming spices like cinnamon and nutmeg.

11. Whole30 breakfast bowl

We call this a banana scramble. Topped with sliced apples, almond butter, coconut flakes, and cinnamon, you might call it oatmeal. Just use an almond butter that doesn’t have added sugar.

12. Oatless oatmeal with zucchini

You won’t even taste the zucchini, promise. Think of this as a gluten-free version of Cream of Wheat with more protein, thanks to the naturally sweet combo of mashed banana, egg whites, and ground flaxseed. Top it with almond butter, berries, coconut, and cacao nibs.

Or customize this porridge with whatever Whole30-friendly ingredients tickle your fancy.

13. Grain-free oatmeal

Another twist on breakfast oats, this dish is filling, crunchy, naturally sweet, and tastes so close to the real deal you may never go back to your prepackaged oatmeal. And it’s quick: Just throw an apple, date, unsweetened coconut, almonds, and chia seeds into the food processor.

14. Zoodle breakfast bowl

We’ll admit it: We have a zoodle obsession. And thanks to this colorful breakfast bowl recipe, we now have a reason to eat them all day long. A creamy avocado sauce coats spirals of zucchini noodles. Then, bring on the fried eggs and roasted sweet potatoes.

Talk about an amazingly tasty and filling way to start your day.

15. Sweet potato applesauce mash

This recipe will brighten up even the dreariest morning, and it tastes so good you’d never know its sugar free. And loaded with vitamin A, and high in potassium and fiber. All you need are three ingredients — sweet potato, apples (or applesauce with no added sugars), and sea salt.

Somehow, it tastes even more awesome in a mason jar.

16. BLT breakfast salad

With bacon, ooey-gooey soft-boiled eggs, and a hearty bed of greens, this dish is yummy, nutritious, and gorgeous to look at. Just double-check that the bacon is free of added sugars. so it’s compliant with Whole30 standards for bacon.


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