5 Easy and Delicious Whole30 Breakfasts
If you’ve ever done Whole30, you know that traditional a.m. fare like pancakes, oatmeal, grain bowls, and avocado toast are off the menu. Luckily, Whole30 has become so popular that there are tons of options out there to help you through. These Whole30 breakfast recipes are so satisfying and delicious, you’ll love them any time, whether you’re following Whole30 or not.
1. Sweet Potato Whole30 Breakfast Bowl from 40 Aprons
This glorious smoothie-like bowl is for those of you who prefer sweet to savory. Sweet potato, banana, and eggs (yes, really!) come together for an indulgent treat, especially when topped with fruits, nuts, nut butters, and seeds. Do yourself a favor and pre-cook some sweet potatoes and you can reheat and have this bowl ready in no time.
2. Sweet Potato Hash Protein Bowl from Fit Foodie Finds
Sweet potatoes, kale, peppers, chicken sausage—this hearty bowl has it all going on in terms of flavors and textures. Try a spicy sausage if you like heat, just make sure to check the ingredients for sugar, sulfites, carrageenan, soy, and dairy.
3. Sausage Hash Brown Egg Bake from The Real Food Dietitians
Here’s another way to get your sausage and hash browns fix: Turn it into an egg bake and load it up with whatever veggies you have on hand. Leftovers make a tasty lunch or dinner.
4. Banana Bread Pancakes from Tastes Lovely
OK, so technically you aren’t supposed to have pancakes on Whole 30. We gave these a pass since they’re made with banana, eggs and cinnamon — and that’s it. They’re quick and easy, especially when topped with almond butter (which adds extra protein and good fats, too). Bonus: They’re paleo-friendly, too.
5. Arugula, Asparagus and Avocado Breakfast Salad from Downshiftology
A salad for breakfast? For sure, especially when it’s loaded with all our favorite greens and topped with a perfect soft-boiled egg (or two).
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