Whole30 Breakfast Ideas You Won’t Get Tired of Eating
By: Amanda Suazo
On Whole30, food fatigue gets real. When you get tired of plain old eggs, try these Whole30 breakfast recipes to switch up your morning routine.
In addition to following the rules for the 30-day plan, these Whole30 breakfast recipes also use clean-burning starches, fiber-rich veggies, and plenty of healthy fats to keep you fueled all morning long.
Check out these power-packed Whole30 breakfast ideas for food so good, you’ll feel like you’re breaking the rules.
Whole30 breakfast beverages
For a boost of healthy fats first thing in the morning, make Bulletproof Coffee your go-to drink. Keep it totally Whole30, too — simply swap butter with grass-fed ghee.
If you benefit from a little protein with your breakfast, try adding a scoop of grass-fed collagen peptides to your brew, too.
For a creamy, caffeine-free coffee alternative, this warming recipe makes the perfect addition to your Whole30 brunch or breakfast.
A coconut milk base gets an anti-inflammatory boost from turmeric and cinnamon, along with an energy burst from Bulletproof Brain Octane C8 MCT Oil. Sugar free, spicy and the perfect companion for any breakfast.
Although matcha is less stimulating than coffee, it delivers an earthy flavor, antioxidants, and calming L-theanine to help you focus.
This take on a matcha latte combines quality matcha tea with coconut cream and Brain Octane Oil for a coffee alternative that can still perk you up. Simply skip the sweetener to keep this one Whole30-friendly.
Bone broth tastes amazing anytime, and this recipe takes its natural flavor to the next level.
Spicy cardamom and ginger combine with savory bone broth to create a warm, satisfying breakfast drink sure to start your day right and satisfy those chai latte cravings.
Whole30 egg recipes
This total remix on breakfast tacos uses a gently cooked fried egg as the taco “shell” and stuffs it with savory fillings like bacon, lettuce, and sweet potatoes. Pair with Whole30 approved hot sauce for a flavorful start to your day.
Get this low-carb breakfast on the table in 15 minutes for a meal packed with wholesome protein and fats.
This spin on shakshuka replaces the tomatoes in the original recipe with nourishing veggies and an avocado garnish.
Some options with this recipe are using avocado oil or ghee instead of olive oil, steaming the Brussels sprouts and spinach separately before adding to the recipe for a dish gentler on digestion.
Get all the flavor of original eggs Benedict, plus a dose of nourishing fiber from asparagus stalks with this recipe from Against All Grain.
Use grass-fed ghee instead of butter to stay Whole30-compliant, and enjoy a brunch recipe that only tastes indulgent.
When you crave lox and bagels, try this Whole30 breakfast idea from Meatified.
Salty smoked salmon and a creamy dairy-free sauce top an omelet base for a totally new take on frittatas.
Missing breakfast casseroles or potato hash? Create a similar comfort food vibe with this Whole30 recipe from Little Bits Of.
Crisp sweet potato shells are stuffed with savory fillings like eggs and chives mixed with full-fat coconut milk for a totally satisfying Whole30 breakfast.
This breakfast idea from Paleo Gluten Free Eats packs every bite with fall flavors.
Roast your acorn squash with heat-safe avocado oil, then stuff with goodies like breakfast meats, arugula, and fresh sage.
With surprising flavor combos, this easy Whole30 breakfast from Steph Gaudreau is the perfect way to change up your morning.
Blueberries, coconut aminos, and cinnamon fold together in a soft and tender omelet that’ll satisfy your blueberry pancake cravings.
You’ll want to make this quiche from Little Bits Of when you need a Whole30 brunch or breakfast recipe that can feed a crowd.
With plenty of eggs, a veggie boost from asparagus and carrots, and a little creaminess from almond milk, this breakfast bakes in the background while you get ready for your day.
Whole30 breakfast with no eggs
Make these easy veggie patties out of grated zucchini, eggs, and almond meal, then fry them up in buttery grass-fed ghee.
Add a side of sausage, bacon, or greens for a complete Whole30 breakfast.
While you can have white potatoes on Whole30, this breakfast recipe from The Real Food Dietitians uses cleaner-burning (and lower-lectin) starches.
Slice up your squash, toss in fat, salt, and pepper and fry to make an ultra-easy no egg breakfast.
With a crispy exterior and creamy center, these fritters make another hash brown alternative for your Whole30 breakfast.
Warm spices like ginger, turmeric, and cinnamon make these tantalizing patties easy to love — especially for picky eaters.
These versatile Whole30 breakfast fritters from Real Food With Dana taste amazing hot or cold.
Plus, with a veggie base and plenty of savory seasonings, they also make the perfect base for breakfast toppings or a tasty sandwich bun alternative.
Whole 30 sandwiches and wraps
Whole30 breakfast sandwiches often include sweet potato toast: It takes minutes to prep, uses clean-burning starches, and makes the perfect base for your favorite toppings.
This spin on open-faced sandwiches tops a sweet potato base with mashed avocado, savory smoked salmon, and a runny egg. So good, you won’t miss the bread.
This take on toast creates a hash brown-style base out of riced cauliflower and coconut flour.
Top it off with chewy chunks of bacon and slices of avocado for a Whole30 sandwich that breaks free from the sweet potato toast rut.
No bun, no worries. This satisfying sandwich from 40 Aprons uses sweet potato rounds to hold fixings like sausage patties, scrambled eggs, and spicy chipotle mayo.
Tip: This is a perfect meal prep recipe for hectic mornings. Simply cook the rounds and fixings ahead of time, refrigerate and then reheat when it’s time for breakfast.
These easy Whole30 breakfast wraps from Farmstead Chic take just minutes to make, for a flavorful morning boost.
Simply spread a lettuce leaf with avocado oil mayo and wrap up crisp bacon and tomatoes. These wraps can also hold scrambled eggs, avocados or other toppings to create a tasty spin on an old classic without the carbohydrates.
Sensitive to nightshades? Swap in a different veggie like radishes or zucchini.
With just five ingredients and a few spices, this recipe from Fit Mitten Kitchen creates crispy sandwich “buns” in the waffle griddle.
Fill with a satisfying filling of eggs, kale, and avocado for a tasty breakfast sandwich that will fill you up.
Make this ultra-simple Whole30 breakfast from FITBOMB any time of day: Just cook bacon, whip up some guac (or use a compliant store brand), and sandwich it all together.
Whole30 breakfast meats
This savory Whole30 breakfast sausage recipe from Fun Without FODMAPS skips the onion and garlic powder, and instead seasons meat with fennel, sage, and marjoram.
Used with baked eggs, as a side or as a topping for a breakfast bowl.
This sweet and savory Whole30 breakfast sausage recipe from The Real Food Dietitians is bursting with flavor from fresh blackberries and fresh herbs. A perfect addition to any Whole30 meal plan!
This breakfast sausage recipe from Food Renegade gets sweetness from pureed pear and savory notes from ginger and rosemary to create mildly sweet sausage patties with no added sugar.
A perfect replacement for “maple” flavored sausages without the sugar.
When you can find fresh cranberries, put this Whole30 breakfast recipe from The Real Food Dietitians in your rotation.
Low-sugar cranberries cook down and blend with ground turkey and savory spices for slightly sweet patties you can pair with anything.
Whole30 breakfast bowls and skillet meals
Salad doesn’t have to be boring — especially when you top it with breakfast fixings.
This upgraded salad uses crisp bacon, sweet potatoes, avocado, and a runny egg to make your greens taste anything but bland.
This filling bowl uses fixings like cauliflower rice, fresh veggies, avocado, quality sausage, and runny eggs for a tempting Whole30 breakfast that keeps you fueled.
With lots of delicious fiber, this recipe adds plenty of micronutrients and supports a healthy gut.
If you miss the quick-cooking oats you had before Whole30, swap in this breakfast alternative.
Cauliflower rice cooks down into a delicious hot cereal substitute with creamy coconut milk, shredded coconut and sweet raspberries.
Skip the sweetener to stay Whole30, and try the chocolate version to further switch things up.
No sweeteners needed: Instead, this Whole30 breakfast bowl from Paleo Gluten Free Eats gets natural sweetness from soft sweet potato, blueberries, and cinnamon.
Some alternatives to this versatile dish would be to use raw almond butter, full-fat canned coconut milk instead of almond milk and fresh blueberries instead of frozen.
Eat zoodles for breakfast! This Whole30 recipe from The Almond Eater comes together in minutes since you can leave noodles raw.
Top with chunks of seasoned sweet potatoes, a runny egg, and creamy avocado sauce for a downright addictive breakfast.
This easy, egg-free Whole30 breakfast from Whole Kitchen Sink creates a one-pan meal with ingredients like ground turkey, diced sweet potato, and bell peppers.
Make a break from sugary cereals with this naturally sweet grain-free Whole30 bowl from Natasha Red.
Fresh berries and nuts plus silky coconut cream give you crunch and sweetness without the gluten and grains. A perfect quick Whole30 breakfast!
More Whole30 recipes from Bulletproof
- Whole30 Snacks That Kill Cravings
- Life-Changing Cauliflower Recipes
- Paleo Instant Pot Recipes
- Easy Keto Breakfast Recipes
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