The 20 Best Low Carb Breakfast Recipes

Sometimes we skip breakfast because of our busy schedules. Sometimes we resort to simple dishes or ready-made meals like pancakes, oatmeal and breakfast cereals, which are high in carbohydrates and not ideal for a low-carb lifestyle. But don’t worry. I’m going to share with you the top 20 low-carb breakfast recipes that you can recreate.

These recipes are low-carb and easy to prepare. These recipes usually take 10 to 30 minutes of your time.

Here are the top 20 low-carb breakfast recipes.


1) Danish cheese muffins: Low-carb breakfast on the way up

Breakfast is no longer boring with this low-carb Danish muffin recipe. Quick, easy and delicious. These muffins contain about 3 net carbs each. Eat both muffins when you prepare them as a meal, or eat one as an appetizer or to complement the bacon and eggs.

For this recipe you will need: Butter, cream cheese, almond flour, stevia granules, erythritol or xylitol, baking powder, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, egg, drops of stevia English caramel or vanilla, lemon juice.

This post was originally published in September 2013. The photos and recipe have been updated and improved.

Once upon a time…

2) Bacon and cauliflower hash (induction)

Mince is one of those convenience foods that make you feel better. I like that they can be eaten at any time of the day. Potatoes are an inconvenience for low-carb people, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up comfort food.

This cauliflower bacon hash is sticky, buttery, cheesy, salty, smoky, right on your fork. It doesn’t take long and you can use it as a side dish, main course or with a hearty country breakfast.

My grandfather was one of those…

3) Cinnamon French toast recipe: Low-carbohydrate breakfast

Sugar-free maple-cinnamon French toast brings back memories of Saturday breakfasts without the guilt of regular French toast. This recipe is simple enough to make every morning. It’s so easy, you can make a batch for yourself or for your whole family. It’s low-carb and you can eat it every day without guilt!

For this recipe you will need: Low-carb bread, eggs, heavy whipping cream, powdered sugar substitute, vanilla extract, cinnamon, sugar-free syrup and butter.

Cinnamon French toast recipe
When I was a kid, I used to make cinnamon French toast for …

4) Bulletproof flavoured coffee

The tasty Bulletproof coffee adds variety to my morning coffee when I make a quick egg – or anytime, really. It’s full of healthy fats that boost your metabolism and keep morning thirst at bay.

For this recipe you will need: Coffee, Kerrygold grass-fed butter, organic coconut oil, Torani sugar-free flavored syrup, blender,
coffee mug If you’re in a hurry, click here to go straight to the recipe.

I am determined to eat less dairy and I really like Bulletproof coffee, especially for the effect it has on my body. I have…

5) Soft, low-carbohydrate French toast

These soft, low-carb French toast recipes contain only 3.5 net carbs and will keep you full and thirsty until lunch. It is also quick and easy to prepare in the microwave.

Honestly, the hardest part about a low-carb lifestyle is often that breakfast is boring, especially if you’ve spent a lifetime eating cereal, donuts and muffins. By the time my induction is over, I’m usually sick of boiled, poached, fried, scrambled and raw eggs thrown into my protein shake. If it’s…

6) Smoked ham and gouda pie, low carb

This low-carb quiche with ham and smoked gouda is gluten-free and very quick. Ready in three minutes! Creamy eggs, salty ham, artichoke and smoked gouda combine to make a quick breakfast for induction and beyond.

I ate my first quiche when I was 17. I went shopping and had lunch at the mall with the mother of a man I was dating. I don’t remember exactly why, but I think it has something to do with the fact that she’s one of the warmest and most caring women I’ve ever met …..

7) high-fibre, low-carb breakfast recipe

This high-fiber, low-carb breakfast cereal recipe is packed with maple flavor. The high fibre content ensures a long lasting feeling of fullness. With lots of great ingredients like flaxseed, almond flour and coconut flour, it has a natural sweetness that will give you a great start in the morning.

One of my favorite breakfasts was always wheat cream. I love the soft texture and sweet taste. I love the way the oil spatulas are covered in the middle. I love how it fills me up at breakfast. What I don’t like…

8) Low-carb avocado breakfast bowl

If you need something with lots of protein and lots of healthy fats, this low-carb avocado breakfast bowl is a godsend. Quick and easy, perfect for breakfast, lunch or a light dinner.

For this recipe you will need: Bacon, butter, eggs, cream, avocado, cheddar or pepper jack cheese, olives, cilantro, onions, peppers, cumin, lime.

As a culinary writer, I am constantly tempted by all kinds of dishes, from cinnamon rolls to chocolate mousse. Sometimes clients ask me to make recipes that are full of carbs, and sometimes I work on …

9) Low-carb breakfast sandwich #SundaySupper

You guys will love the low-carb sandwich I’m bringing to #SundaySupper this week! With only 4 net carbs, this delicious sandwich recipe is a great substitute for the high-carb breakfast sandwiches you buy at the drive-thru! Eggs, bacon, cheese, chipotle mayo – this sandwich recipe is perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner! You can even freeze a batch to keep on hand.

For this recipe you will need: Low-carb bread recipe, bacon, egg, cheese, mayo, chipotle in adobo, cilantro.

I’ve never been a fan of …..

10) Low-carb caramel macchiato

A low-carb caramel macchiato is much easier to make than you think. I usually do everything at once because I’m only making it for myself, but if I’m making it for someone else, I take an extra two minutes to make the mousse and add the syrup. In all cases, the taste is the same, in my opinion.

The real secret to any coffee drink is good coffee.

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11) Low-carb cinnamon raisin bread

This low-carb cinnamon raisin bread is the perfect accompaniment to your bacon and eggs! It’s sweet, spicy and fragrant like the real thing. The raisins are cut into small pieces to provide maximum flavor for minimum carbohydrates. You can leave them out, but raisins add less than one net carbohydrate to the recipe. You can add them and enjoy the taste!

For this recipe you will need: Egg whites, coconut flour, almond flour, flaxseed meal, sugar free sweetener, ground cinnamon, baking powder, butter, raisins
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12) Low-carb cinnamon pancakes for a quick egg

These low-carb cinnamon pancakes contain 2 carbs and are perfect for a quick egg roll. Perfectly sweet and satisfying when you think you can’t look at an egg anymore. Never.

For this recipe you will need: Grass-fed butter (Kerrygold), fresh cheese, eggs, erythritol or other sugar-free sweetener, sugar-free Torani French vanilla syrup, cinnamon.

If you’re in a hurry, click here to go straight to the recipe.

I learned last week that my husband is taking me to France for my birthday in April. This has been a dream of mine since I was in…

13) Warm, low-carb almond muesli for all oatmeal lovers

When is oatmeal not oatmeal?

But when it comes to low-carb granola that doesn’t contain a grain, the first thing you forget (again) is that I used cauliflower. Take a moment to take stock, control your emotions and accept that cauliflower is a farmer’s best friend. Write it down and move on.

I’ve always loved oatmeal, but I’ve always stayed away from it because my body has never liked carbs. I was one of those kids who…

14) Low-carb sandwich wrap: California Club

Low-carb sandwich wraps bring your favorite sandwiches back to the table! They are strong, tasty and contain only one pure carbohydrate each. Quick and easy, you’ll love lunch again! I filled my sandwich wraps with my favorite California Club ingredients, but you can also make the wraps yourself and fill them however you like.

For this recipe you will need: Egg whites, cannabis hearts, salt and almond flour.

Plus California Club Trim: Alfalfa sprouts, grass-fed chicken breast, Monterey Jack cheese, avocado, cilantro, mayo, lime.

I love sandwiches. In fact, I think I started my love life….

15) Green cabbage with bacon and poached eggs

Salted chard and bacon make a tasty bed for poached eggs. It’s a delicious breakfast or brunch with only 3.8 carbs per serving. Delicious from an iron skillet with a piece of low-carb cheese on the side.

For this recipe you will need: Bacon, garlic, onions, kale, chipotle in adobo, salt, lime juice, chicken broth, butter, eggs, fresca in queso.

If you’re in a hurry, click here to go straight to the recipe for Baked Vegetables with Bacon and Poached Egg.

In general, I try to stick to the recipes for a …

16) Carbohydrate pancakes – sweet only with 2.9 net carbs

Low-carb pancakes can make my breakfast after all these years. The almond and maple flavor makes them irresistible.

Some of you have asked for recipes for breakfast. The problem is that I’m bad, I rarely eat breakfast and sometimes I don’t eat lunch. Breakfast was not on my priority list. Yet I do not love you as much as I love my husband and children… …maybe not as much as I love chocolate… But still…


So I decided to start working on breakfast recipes. I thought it would be relatively easy.

This, in addition to the fact that most low-carbon products…

17) One minute hummingbird pie

A low-carb hummingbird muffin is great to wake up to! Mix the paste, pour it into the cup provided and put it in the microwave while you pour the coffee. This muffin is big enough to share. Only 6.2 net carbs for a whole cupcake.

For this recipe you will need: Butter, almond flour, banana whey powder, coconut flour, baking powder, cinnamon, sugar-free sweetener, pecans, egg, banana flavoring, coconut water and pineapple flavor enhancer, unsweetened coconut flakes, non-stick spray, large cup
If you are in a hurry, click here to go directly to …

18) Sour cream biscuits: Low-carbohydrate biscuits

This easy sour cream cookie recipe makes a delicious and tender low-carb cookie! A total of 3.2 net carbs each, which is a quick way to combat carb cravings. Most cookies come out best in the oven, but this cookie recipe needs to rest for a few minutes before it’s ready to eat. If they are very hot, they tend to crumble and fall apart. Adapted from an old recipe, this creamy sour drop cookie opens up a world of possibilities, cookies and egg sauce Benedict!

For this low-carb cookie ….

19) Bavarian wafers with whipped cream filling: It is a waffle or a pancake.

These low-carb Bavarian stuffed waffles are an easy-to-make brunch dish with 3 net carbs and a rich, decadent flavor. The soft, slightly sweet almond paste is baked onto a wafer, then wrapped around a Bavarian cream and finished with a dollop of whipped cream or (my favorite) slightly sweet sour cream. Add a pinch of cinnamon, blueberries or strawberries and serve.

For this recipe you will need: Eggs, almond flour, baking powder, butter, clear stevia drops, monk’s pepper or other sweetener, almond extract, vanilla, non-stick pan spray, instant vanilla sugar pudding, half and half.

20) Farmhouse sausages: Atkins Breakfast

This low-carb breakfast sausage recipe is a recreation of the Atkins Farmhouse style frozen scrambled sausage. Eggs, peppers, sausage and cheese make this breakfast both savory and delicious! I added some salsa verde to spice up the Texas style. No more boring breakfasts!

For this recipe you will need: Eggs, sausage, bell pepper, cheddar cheese, cream, salsa verde, salt and pepper.

If you’re in a hurry, click here to go straight to the sausage scraper recipe.

To be honest, I don’t even like eggs that much! It’s, uh…

frequently asked questions

What can I eat for a low-carb breakfast?

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What can I eat for breakfast on a low-carb diet other than eggs?

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Can I eat oatmeal as part of a low-carb diet?

Most grains, including rice, wheat and oats, are also high in carbohydrates and should be limited or avoided in a low-carb diet. Most breads and cereals, including whole wheat and whole grain breads, contain too many carbohydrates to be included in a low-carb diet.

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