Breakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day but often it’s a rush to get something together, let alone a healthy, low-carb dish. I get it. I went through a stage where I had a 3 egg omelet every single morning for at least a year. Every day, I just ate the same thing and it worked surprisingly, well as I never had to think about it!
Sounds A Little Boring? Enter 30 Minute Low-Carb Breakfast Recipes…
This approach does get a little boring for most people though and there are so many fantastic, easy, low-carb meals that you can make in as little as a few minutes. Certainly none should take more than 30 minutes to cook.
In this roundup post , we have gathered together our favorite 30 minute low-carb breakfast recipes. Some of these recipes take only a few minutes and some take 30 minutes. So take your pick based on how much time you have to make a healthy, delicious low-carb breakfast.
Whether you eat breakfast everyday or just on the weekends when you have a bit more time, then this post has you covered.
You’ll find everything from eggs to chia pudding to pancakes to shakes and smoothies.
30 Minute Low-Carb Breakfast Recipes
Bacon And Egg Cups from Seasonalcravings.com (Original recipe from I Quit Sugar by Sarah Wilson)
This is a simple and easy recipe and a great one to get the kids eating low-carb food.
Low-Carb 15 Minute Chocolate Chia Protein Pudding by Appetite For Energy
If you haven’t tried Chia pudding then get ready to be a convert! This Low-Carb 15 Minute Chocolate Chia Protein Pudding is my new favorite breakfast. There is no cooking, just mixing a few ingredients together, tossing it in the fridge for 10 minutes (or overnight), then voila you have an awesome breakfast.
Cinnamon English Muffins by Sugarfreemom.com
These English muffins were a great discovery – they take only a few minutes to cook in the microwave and you have a delicious bread that you can dollop some butter on or enjoy toasted. Super easy.
Green Keto Smoothie by Appetite For Energy
This is a wonderfully refreshing green keto smoothie with only 10g of net carbs. Whiz everything up in your blender and enjoy!
15 Minute Spinach & Parmesan Omelet by Appetite For Energy
An easy, low-carb breakfast recipe that you’ll be devouring in 15 minutes!
Best Low-Carb Pancake Recipe by Appetite For Energy
This Low-Carb Pancake Recipe is just what you need to start your day with a healthy low-carb breakfast. Simple to make with only 7 ingredients. Serve with a low-carb pancake syrup or berries and cream.
Raspberry Keto Protein Shake by Appetite For Energy
If you like having a protein shake after your workout but want to keep it low-carb, then this Raspberry Keto Protein Shake is for you. It has only 5g of net carbs per serve and is substantial enough to count as lunch or breakfast.
Spinach & Cheese Egg Muffins by Simplystacie.net
A low-carb breakfast collection would not be complete without a mini-frittata recipe. These are great because you can switch up the ingredients based on what you have available and use up leftovers.
This is not a classic breakfast recipe though people who follow an intermittent fasting protocol would disagree. Many low-carbers start their day with bulletproof coffee only. Some eat their first meal of the day at lunch, while others only eat once per day in the evening.
To learn more about intermittent fasting see our post here. It is great technique to try if weight loss has stalled and you want to kick it off again. Intermittent fasting can give weight loss a boost.
Low Carb Breakfast Burrito from Livingchirpy.com
This recipe has it all – eggs, bacon and even a few veggies thrown in. It’s low-carb with only 3.5g of net carbs per serve.
Macros are as follows:
Per serving: 346 Calories; 33.4g Fat; 6.1g Protein; 6.8g Total Carbohydrate; 3.3g Fiber; 3.5g Net Carbs
30 Minute Low-Carb Creamy Baked Eggs by Appetite For Energy
This 30 Minute Low-Carb Creamy Baked Eggs, with only 5 ingredients and 2.7g of net carbs is one of my typical lunches. It makes a great breakfast too and provides a good dose of fats from the eggs, cream and cheese. You also get a substantial serving of your daily vegetables from the spinach. I’d say it’s an all round winner and you could eat this for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
If you are looking for more breakfast recipes, then check out the Breakfast In 5 eBook from Tasteaholics. The recipes are awesome! The book contains 30 recipes that use ONLY 5 INGREDIENTS, have up to 5G NET CARBS and you can make them in 5 EASY STEPS.
This book make it so easy to try new recipes without being complicated. They are my kind of recipes!!
What are your favorite low-carb breakfast recipes? Let us know in the comments….