12 Low Carb Breakfasts Beyond Eggs

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These Low Carb Breakfasts are just what you need if you are over eggs. Whether you’ve just gotten off an egg fast or just eaten so many eggs you are looking for variety, this is for you!

Let me start by saying, I love eggs. However, many of us who are on keto may have just gotten off an egg fast and others may just be bored. Regardless of whether you are on a keto, low carb diet or not, anyone that eats breakfast will love these no egg Low Carb Breakfasts ideas.

Before we get into the no egg breakfasts, let’s talk about whole foods on keto.

How do You do Keto as a Whole Food Diet?

A keto diet is a popular option that encourages you to eat as many quality meats and veggies as you can get your hands on. However, you might also want to do a whole food diet at the same time. Here are some tips for combining a whole food diet with the ketogenic diet.

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Stick to the Basics


To start with, you should try to keep your diet as simple as possible, especially when you are trying to combine keto with a whole foods diet. If you are new to keto in general, you don’t want to make it overly complicated. With a whole foods diet, you are trying to avoid anything processed, so your grocery list and meal planning can be very simple. For keto and whole foods, the majority of your meals include meat and veggies, with some nuts, seeds, and a little fruit. Some people choose to have cheese, while others don’t. You can also enjoy eggs when doing keto as a whole food diet.


Avoid Packaged and Processed Foods


Naturally, you don’t want anything packaged or processed. This is where many people tend to go wrong with keto. If you are doing with all whole foods, then skip all the pre-packaged low-carb and keto snacks you find in stores. Instead, just stick to what you will be able to prepare at home. You might decide to have some packaged food, like string cheese, but keep it to a minimum as much as possible.


Meal Plan and Prep


This is essential so that you are never stuck with nothing to eat, having to eat out or grab a quick packaged snack. If you want to eat all meals and snacks as a whole food keto diet, then plan out all your meals for the week, get ally our groceries, and prep what you can. Put nuts and seeds into portion-controlled baggy, chop fruits and veggies, prepare salads ahead of time, and cook as much as you can before the week begins. By the time Monday rolls around, all your meals are ready to go.


Try to Cook All Meals Yourself


This is the simplest way to be sure you are eating whole foods while on a keto diet. If you make everything from scratch, you are going as whole as possible. Use fresh produce instead of canned, make your own meat instead of buying frozen, use grass-fed butter and free-range eggs as much as you can.

Now onto those no egg Low Carb Breakfasts you came for 🙂

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Easy Low Carb Breakfasts Beyond Eggs

Cinnamon Keto Granola from Keto Connect

If you are like me and have a sweet tooth and love quick breakfasts like cereal, this may be for you!

Low Carb Breakfasts

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Keto Banana Nut Muffins from Key Keto Mama

These are great any time of the day, even breakfast. Great for those who want to make-ahead and just quickly grab something.

Low Carb Breakfasts

Keto Oatmeal | Overnight Hemp Oats from Keto Connect

For those missing cereal, especially oatmeal, this should hot the spot. There are several variations to choose from, sure to prevent boredom.

Low Carb Breakfasts



Keto Overnight ‘Oats’ from Meal Prep On Fleek

Another for this missing cereal, this is a great alternative for those who like overnight oats and are missing them.

Low Carb Breakfasts

Low Carb Cereal | Cinnamon Toast Crunch! from Keto Connect

Another great ceral, this is Keto Connects version of Cinnamon Toast Crunch.

Low Carb Breakfasts

Cheesy Sausage Puffs (Keto & Low Carb) from Instrupix

Great any day, I think these will be a great family-friendly weekend breakfast too. I know my kids will love these.

Low Carb Breakfasts

Keto French Toast Sticks from How To This And That

This french toast version is keto, low carb and gluten free friendly. Another I know my kids will love. I really like being able to only make one meal vs. one for me and one for the family.

Low Carb Breakfasts

Keto Cream Cheese Pancakes from Fit Mom Journey

Definitely family friendly, these will be great on the weekend for family breakfast.

Low Carb Breakfasts

Keto Savory Zucchini Muffins from Keto Diet App

Another great make-ahead, grab-n-go breakfast option that is savory instead of sweet.

Low Carb Breakfasts

Egg Fast Snickerdoodle Crepes from I Breathe I’m Hungry

Snickerdoodle crepes are pretty much like their pancake counterpart only thinner and a great snickerdoodle flavor.

Low Carb Breakfasts

1-Minute Keto Muffins from Ditch The Carbs

This makes for a quick breakfast and, as they are plain, you can top with whatever you like from butter to peanut butter to sugar-free jam and all in between.

Low Carb Breakfasts

Savory Cauliflower Waffles from The Gourmet RD

Off the beaten path, these waffles will appeal to those who love savory versions of their favorite foods instead of sweet.

Low Carb Breakfasts

Keto Morning Hot Pockets from Ketovale


Low Carb Breakfasts



I am a believer that breakfast sets the tone for the day. While I may not like getting u to cook, I do enjoy having something in the a.m. and find it keeps me full until lunch thereby fending of hunger grabs for the wrong foods. I hope these inspire you to think outside the box for breakfast. 


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