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5 Low-Sugar Breakfast Recipes That Will Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

Clean Plates Team
May 13, 2021
Photo Credit: The Endless Meal

It’s not like you’re mainlining Lucky Charms for breakfast (uh, right?), but even a.m. meals that seem healthy can pack in the sugar. We found some delicious, low sugar breakfast recipes that will satisfy your sweet tooth — without the mid-morning sugar crash.

1. Coconut-Almond Paleo Breakfast Muffins from The Endless Meal

These muffins have some natural sugar from the bananas, but zero added sugars, and plenty of protein and healthy fats from almond flour and coconut. They’re sure to satisfy even the craziest a.m. muffin cravings.

whole30 chia pudding

Photo Credit: Grits & Chopsticks

2. Whole30 Banana Almond Chia Pudding from Grits & Chopsticks

This hearty, banana almond chia pudding will give your brain a jump-start. Coconut milk makes it super rich and creamy, and sliced toasted almonds on top add crunch.

low sugar smoothie

Photo Credit: Food Faith Fitness

3. Peanut Butter Keto Low Carb Smoothie with Almond Milk from Food Faith Fitness

Smoothies are some of the easiest breakfasts to make, but they can go from super to sweet if you add too much. This recipe only takes 5 ingredients to make a creamy, sugar-free breakfast smoothie that tastes like dessert.

strawberry cauliflower smoothie

Photo Credit: Life Is But a Dish

4. Strawberry Cauliflower Smoothie from Life Is But a Dish

Wait, what? Cauliflower in a smoothie? Yes! Swap frozen florets for some of the banana you’d normally blend in, and you have a creamy, luscious frosty breakfast with no hint of cauli taste but tons of fiber and nutrients.

low-sugar breakfast

Photo Credit: Minimalist Baker

5. Simple Grain-Free Granola from Minimalist Baker

Loaded with nuts, seeds, coconut and spices, this make-ahead granola will give you the crunch you want without tons of the sweet stuff. Did we mention it takes just 30 minutes to make?

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