31 Simple and Delicious Whole30 Breakfast Recipes

As you embark on the Whole30 journey, it’s natural to crave a break from the monotony of breakfast options. Fear not! I’m about to inject some excitement into your morning routine by sharing a medley of Whole30-compliant breakfast recipes that will tantalize your taste buds.

You’ve likely grown accustomed to starting your day with avocado toast or oatmeal, accompanied by a rich coffee with two sugars and two creams – habits that unfortunately don’t align with the dietary restrictions of the Whole30 program.

No dairy, grains, or added sugars, you ask? Don’t worry, I’ve got a plan! With these innovative breakfast ideas, you’ll be able to stick to your Whole30 eating plan without ever feeling deprived.

Egg Curry


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Craving a curry fix without the hassle of lentils? Look no further than this rich and creamy Egg Curry. The perfect blend of aromatic spices and coconut milk creates a satisfying and filling meal that’s sure to become a staple in your household. And the best part? It tastes even better the next day, making it an excellent option for leftovers.

But what really sets this dish apart is its nutritional benefits. Packed with Vitamins C and A, iron, and other essential nutrients, this curry provides a much-needed energy boost to start your day off right. And at just 272 calories per serving, you can indulge without the guilt. So why not give it a try? Here’s what you’ll need:

Per Serving:
Calories: 272
Fats: 22g
Protein: 11g
Carbs: 7g
Fiber: 1g
Sugar: 2g

Skillet Breakfast Hash


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Kickstart your day with a nutritious breakfast hash that’s as tasty as it is good for you. This recipe combines classic breakfast staples like crispy bacon and sunny-side-up eggs with non-traditional ingredients like sweet potatoes, bell peppers, and fresh herbs. The result is a dish packed with vitamins A and C, providing more than a third of your daily recommended intake in just one serving. Plus, it’s a fiber-rich meal that’ll keep you full until lunchtime. Here’s what you can expect from this satisfying breakfast: 257 calories, 5g of fat, 9g of protein, 43g of carbohydrates, and 7g of fiber per serving.

Caprese Breakfast Egg Cups


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Got a hectic week ahead? No worries! Whip up a batch of Caprese Breakfast Egg Cups, and you’ll be all set for a delicious on-the-go breakfast. This recipe yields 12 egg cups that are bursting with the flavors of Italy – think fresh tomatoes, basil, and spinach. Not only do they taste amazing, but they’re also light and refreshing. To keep them tasting their best, store them in high-quality containers like glass or BPA-free plastic. Not only will your food stay fresher for longer, but you’ll be doing the environment a favor too.

Breakfast Hash with Sweet Potatoes


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Craving a breakfast that’s anything but ordinary? Look no further than this scrumptious Breakfast Hash with Sweet Potatoes. Not only is it a breeze to prepare, but its unique blend of flavors will keep you engaged until the very last bite.

The sweetness from the red pepper and sweet potatoes provides a delightful contrast to the spicy kick from the chorizo, while the salsa adds a tangy, Mexican-inspired flair that’s hard to resist. And the best part? This one-pan wonder leaves minimal cleanup behind.

If you’re hooked on this recipe, be sure to explore our collection of 400-calorie recipes for more inspiration.

Per Serving:
Calories: 374
Fats: 27g
Protein: 17g
Carbs: 16g
Fiber: 2g
Sugar: 3g

Egg Salad with Bacon


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When it comes to elevating the humble egg salad, few ingredients can rival the mighty bacon. By incorporating crispy strips of smoked goodness into the mix, we take an already satisfying snack and turn it into a truly indulgent treat. And if that wasn’t enough, we serve our creation in a half avocado, providing a delightful contrast of creamy and crunchy textures. But the benefits don’t stop there – the avocado adds healthy fats and fiber, while the eggs supply a boost of protein, leaving you feeling full and satisfied. With this recipe, you can indulge without guilt, knowing that each serving provides 519 calories, 48g of fat, 13g of protein, 11g of carbs, 7g of fiber, and just 2g of sugar.

Sheet Pan Breakfast


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Indulge in a savory breakfast experience that satisfies your cravings without sacrificing nutrition. This Sheet Pan recipe is a game-changer, as it cooks bacon, eggs, potatoes, and cauliflower to perfection on a single pan. The result is a harmonious blend of flavors and textures, where the smoky essence from the bacon infuses the vegetables, elevating their natural taste. Meanwhile, the creamy egg yolks complement the crispy bacon in a match made in culinary heaven.

Nutritional Information (per serving):
Calories: 459; Fats: 33g; Protein: 20g; Carbs: 21g; Fiber: 5g; Sugar: 2g.

Tomato Spinach Frittata


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Feeding a crowd at breakfast just got a whole lot easier with this delicious Tomato Spinach Frittata. Serving eight people, it’s perfect for a family brunch or weekend gathering. And the best part? It’s so good that you won’t be left with many leftovers. The creamy eggs, baby spinach, and Roma tomatoes create a delightful harmony of flavors, while the onion and garlic add depth without overpowering the dish. If you do happen to have some leftover, don’t worry – this frittata also makes for a satisfying lunch. Here’s the nutrition breakdown per serving: Calories: 113, Fats: 8g, Protein: 8g, Carbs: 2g, Fiber: 0g, Sugar: 1g.

Air Fryer Hard Boiled Eggs


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The air fryer’s versatility doesn’t stop at frying foods. It can also be used to create perfectly cooked hard-boiled eggs with ease and convenience. Simply place the desired number of eggs on the wire rack, set the air fryer to 16 minutes, and let it do its magic. The result is a safe and mess-free way to cook hard-boiled eggs, eliminating the need for hot water. If you don’t have an air fryer yet, you can still achieve this with a premium model available at a reasonable price. Per serving (assuming one egg), the nutritional information breaks down as follows: 125 calories, 8g of fat, 11g of protein, 0g of carbohydrates, 0g of fiber, and 0g of sugar.

No-Oats Keto Oatmeal


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Start your day off right with a creamy and delicious No-Oats Keto Oatmeal that’s reminiscent of traditional oatmeal, minus the oats. This recipe is a game-changer for those on a Whole30 diet or simply looking for a nutritious breakfast option. By blending together pecans, chia seeds, flax seeds, and non-dairy milk, you’ll create a thick and satisfying mixture that’s sure to become a morning staple. Simply blend the ingredients, let it sit for a few minutes to thicken, warm it up in the microwave, and enjoy! Not only is this oatmeal a treat for your taste buds, but it’s also packed with heart-healthy fats and fiber. In fact, one serving provides nearly half of your daily recommended intake of fiber. With its impressive nutritional profile and indulgent flavor, this No-Oats Keto Oatmeal is a must-try. Per Serving: Calories: 273, Fats: 27g, Protein: 4g, Carbs: 7g, Fiber: 6g, Sugar: 1g.

Broccoli Smoothie


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Get ready to blend up a game-changing Broccoli Smoothie. Yes, you read that correctly – broccoli in your smoothie! But before you raise an eyebrow, let me convince you that this unique combination actually works. The sweetness of the pineapple, spiciness of the ginger, and tartness of the lemon will mask any bitterness from the broccoli, while the avocado adds a rich and creamy texture. And the best part? You’ll be sneaking in not one, not two, but five servings of fruit and veggies into this cup! The stats don’t lie: per serving, you can expect 281 calories, 16g of fat, 7g of protein, 38g of carbs, 14g of fiber, and a moderate 15g of sugar. So go ahead, give it a try, and experience the power-packed punch that is this Broccoli Smoothie.

Breakfast Salad with Eggs


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Kick-start your day with a nutritious breakfast that’s both delicious and filling. Imagine a fresh mix of greens, tossed in a zesty vinaigrette and topped with a rich, runny egg yolk. This mouthwatering Breakfast Salad is not only a treat for the taste buds but also packed with nutrients. In fact, one serving provides approximately 50% of your daily Vitamin A and Vitamin C needs, as well as 25% of your protein requirements. With its impressive nutritional profile, this salad will keep you full and satisfied until lunchtime, reducing the temptation to reach for those office donuts. Here’s what’s on the menu: a blend of fresh greens, a tangy vinaigrette, and a runny egg yolk. The stats are impressive too: per serving, you can expect 267 calories, 23g of fat, 12g of protein, 4g of carbohydrates, 1g of fiber, and only 1g of sugar.

Paleo Creamy Maple Nut Porridge


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Kickstart your day with a nourishing and comforting bowl of Creamy Maple Maple Nut Porridge. This plant-based breakfast treat is sure to warm you up from the inside out. The combination of creamy coconut butter, crunchy pecans, and sweet maple syrup creates a satisfying and filling start to the day. A boost of potassium from the bananas and a hint of cinnamon add to the porridge’s wholesome appeal, making it an excellent vegan breakfast option.

Per serving, this recipe boasts:
Calories: 310
Fats: 25g
Protein: 3g
Carbs: 18g
Fiber: 5g
Sugar: 9g

Bacon and Mushroom Crustless Quiche


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Are you a fan of breakfast casseroles? This Bacon and Mushroom Crustless Quiche is an ideal solution for those who crave the flavors of quiche without the crust. The dish boasts umami from the mushrooms, savory from the bacon, and freshness from the spinach, which effectively balances the richness of the eggs. To add a cheesy twist without dairy, nutritional yeast is incorporated into the recipe. Not only does it provide cheesiness, but it also delivers a protein boost – two tablespoons offering 8 grams of protein, comparable to one large hard-boiled egg. Additionally, nutritional yeast is rich in several B vitamins, making it beneficial for your nervous system. For those looking to stock up on this nutritious ingredient, you can find it here.

Per Serving:
Calories: 107
Fats: 6g
Protein: 8g
Carbs: 4g
Fiber: 1g
Sugar: 0g
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Almond Flour Blueberry Muffins


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Do you ever find yourself succumbing to the temptation of sweet treats at work? A healthy breakfast can quickly turn into a crumbly catastrophe. But fear not! These Almond Flour Blueberry Muffins are designed to be your savior. By baking a batch and storing them at your desk, you’ll be able to resist those pesky office snacks. And the best part? They’re packed with wholesome ingredients like bananas, shredded coconut, Medjool dates, carrots, and blueberries, making them a nutritious alternative to traditional muffins. To keep them Whole30 friendly, we’re swapping out wheat flour for almond flour, which is grain-free and rich in heart-healthy fats, protein, and Vitamin E. Not only will it fill you up and keep your skin healthy, but it’ll also support bone health with its abundance of minerals like manganese, phosphorus, and magnesium. And the fun doesn’t stop there – almond flour can be used to thicken gravy or coat meats for added flavor and nutrition. So why not give it a try? You can get started by grabbing some almond flour here. Per serving, you can expect: Calories: 216, Fats: 15g, Protein: 5g, Carbs: 19g, Fiber: 4g, Sugar: 12g.

Spicy Kale Potato Breakfast Hash


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Tired of the same old eggs for breakfast? Look no further than this vibrant and colorful Eggless Breakfast Hash, packed with a medley of nutritious vegetables. The sweet potatoes bring a natural sweetness, while the kale adds a touch of bitterness to balance things out. Meanwhile, the russet potatoes provide a hearty and savory element, and the jalapeno peppers add a spicy kick that’s sure to leave you reaching for a glass of water.

But what really sets this dish apart is its impressive nutritional profile. Sweet potatoes are an excellent source of Vitamin A, while kale provides not only Vitamin K but also a boost of antioxidants. And with just 4g of protein per serving, you can easily add some spicy chorizo to bump up the protein content. Serve it with some cauliflower rice for a filling and satisfying breakfast that will keep you going all morning.

Per serving:

Calories: 226
Fats: 1g
Protein: 4g
Carbs: 29g
Fiber: 2g
Sugar: 3g

Sweet Potato Hash Browns


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Looking for a delicious side dish to pair with your morning eggs? Look no further than these mouth-watering Sweet Potato Hash Browns. The combination of crispy, buttery goodness and natural sweetness from the sweet potatoes is a match made in heaven. When served alongside savory scrambled eggs, this side dish really shines. And the best part? It’s incredibly easy to make! Simply start by shredding your sweet potato, then fry it in mounds in a large, heavy skillet – I recommend a cast-iron one like this for even heat distribution and perfectly cooked Hash Browns every time. Per serving, these Sweet Potato Hash Browns boast a nutrition profile of 196 calories, 14g fat, 1g protein, 17g carbs, 2g fiber, and just 3g sugar – making them a guilt-free addition to your breakfast plate.

Paleo Egg Muffins


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Seeking a quick and easy breakfast solution that’s both nutritious and delicious? Look no further than these Paleo Egg Muffins. Not only are they incredibly portable – simply pop one into your lunchbox or bag for a stress-free morning on-the-go – but they’re also packed with an impressive combination of sausage, eggs, broccoli, Dijon mustard, and hot Italian sausage. The result is a perfectly balanced meal that’s sure to satisfy. With 293 calories per serving, you can enjoy these muffins as part of a well-rounded diet. According to the nutrition facts, each serving contains 23g of fat, 18g of protein, 3g of carbs, and no fiber or sugar.

Banana Chia Seed Pudding


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Looking for a nutritious and delicious breakfast that’s easy to grab-and-go? Look no further than this Banana Chia Pudding. The combination of creamy bananas, warm cinnamon, and sweet vanilla creates a taste sensation that will keep you satisfied until lunchtime. But what really sets this pudding apart is the boost it gets from chia seeds – a superfood packed with plant-based protein, fiber, and essential minerals like calcium, phosphorus, manganese, and magnesium. Not only do chia seeds make this pudding incredibly filling, but they also provide a wealth of health benefits. And the best part? You can enjoy them not just in puddings, but also in non-dairy yogurt or as a topping for your favorite recipes. With its impressive nutritional profile – 154 calories, 6g fat, 4g protein, 22g carbs, 8g fiber, and 7g sugar per serving – this Banana Chia Pudding is the perfect way to start your day off right.

Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl


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Indulge in a leisurely morning with the Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl, a scrumptious and nutritious meal that’s ready in just 10 minutes. This delightful dish is packed with sweet potato puree, bananas, blueberries, and raisins, providing a sweet treat to start your day. The addition of lemon juice skillfully balances out the sweetness, ensuring a delightful culinary experience. If you prefer a less sugary bowl, substitute the raisins with unsweetened dried cranberries for a delightful twist. Per serving, this recipe yields: Calories – 453; Fats – 1g; Protein – 7g; Carbs – 112g; Fiber – 15g; Sugar – 38g.

Sweet Potato Hash


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Kick-start your mornings with a deliciously complex Sweet Potato Hash. This morning meal is a harmonious blend of sweet potatoes, spicy chorizo sausage, creamy eggs, and nutritious kale, delivering a satisfying mix of sweet, spicy, savory, and bitter flavors in every bite. The best part? You’ll be devouring it in no time.

Time-efficient preparation is key to this recipe’s success. By cutting your sweet potatoes into uniform cubes, you’ll reduce cooking time without sacrificing flavor. To make the process even smoother, invest in a good chopping knife with an ergonomic handle that provides a comfortable grip for effortless vegetable and meat prep.

Per serving, this Sweet Potato Hash delivers:
Calories: 534
Fats: 37g
Protein: 29g
Carbs: 19g
Fiber: 3g
Sugar: 4g

Healthy Plantain Breakfast


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Indulge in the vibrant flavors of the Caribbean with this nutritious Plantain Breakfast, perfect for a tropical getaway in every bite. Savor the sweetness of plantains sprinkled with hemp and sunflower seeds, paired with a rich fried egg. The combination is elevated by a refreshing fruit salad, transporting you to a sunny island morning. Don’t forget to pour yourself a cool drink to complete the experience.Per Serving:Calories: 303Fats: 12.2gProtein: 8.7gCarbs: 44.4gFiber: 3.5gSugar: 19.9gRecipe

Air Fryer Egg Cups


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Indulge in the protein-packed Air Fryer Egg Cups, a guilt-free snack that’s not only delicious but also low-calorie. With just 49 calories per serving, you can enjoy two without compromising your diet. The addition of ham and cherry tomatoes brings a savory flavor profile, while the green pepper adds a touch of sweetness. This recipe is perfect for post-workout snacking or as a quick breakfast option.To make these Egg Cups, start by dicing your veggies and ham into small pieces. Next, beat your eggs with a fork and add your desired seasonings. Place the veggie and ham mixture in silicone muffin cups, followed by the egg mixture. Top each cup off with another layer of veggies and ham for added texture.Once your Egg Cups are assembled, place them on the air fryer grill pan and cook for 12 minutes at a low temperature. The result is a fluffy, flavorful egg dish that’s free from excess calories and rich in protein. Enjoy!

Butternut Squash Crust Quiche


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Savoring a lazy weekend morning with a delectable breakfast is the ultimate indulgence. The Butternut Squash Crust Quiche, with its harmonious blend of sweet and savory flavors, is an excellent choice to kick-start your day. The natural sweetness of cherry tomatoes and butternut squash pairs perfectly with the rich flavor of sausage, creating a delightful culinary experience. Although this dish may require a bit more effort, the payoff is well worth it. Not only will you have the satisfaction of cooking a delicious meal, but you’ll also be left with plenty of scrumptious leftovers – assuming your family doesn’t devour it all in one sitting! Per serving, this quiche boasts an impressive nutritional profile: 249 calories, 17g fat, 10g protein, 15g carbohydrates, and 2g fiber, with a moderate 6g sugar content.

Air Fryer Bacon and Eggs


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Looking for a hassle-free breakfast that still packs a flavorful punch? Look no further than this Air Fryer Bacon and Eggs recipe. With just one minute of prep time, you can let your air fryer do the hard work for you.After 14 minutes, you’ll be rewarded with crispy bacon and creamy eggs, perfectly cooked to satisfy your morning cravings. And the best part? This recipe is incredibly easy to make, making it a great option for anyone looking for a quick and delicious breakfast solution.

Per serving, this dish comes in at just 66 calories, with 4g of fat, 6g of protein, 1g of carbs, and zero grams of fiber and sugar. It’s the perfect way to start your day without feeling too guilty.

Banana Souffle


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If you’re in the mood for something sweet, try making this Banana Souffle. This dessert is not only rich and fluffy but also packed with natural sweetness from the bananas. Plus, the potassium-rich bananas provide a boost to healthy blood pressure when consumed. So go ahead and indulge in that Banana Souffle! Making it is surprisingly easy – simply mash ripe bananas with a fork, then mix in eggs until well combined. Next, pop the mixture into your microwave-safe mug or ramekin and bake for 3 minutes. This recipe yields a deliciously sweet treat, complete with the following nutritional information per serving: Calories: 336, Fats: 9g, Protein: 14g, Carbs: 55g, Fiber: 6g, Sugar: 29g.

Air Fryer Bacon


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While I thoroughly enjoy savoring the flavors of crispy bacon, the process of preparing it can be a real challenge. The stovetop is often left in disarray, and oven cooking time can feel like an eternity. But fear not, as this innovative Air Fryer Bacon recipe has simplified the process while maintaining its signature taste. This game-changing method requires mere 10 minutes to cook, making it an unbeatable combination of convenience and quality. Here’s a breakdown of the nutritional benefits per serving: Calories: 15, Fats: 1g, Protein: 1g, Carbs: 1g, Fiber: 0g, Sugar: 0g.

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