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Whole30 Breakfast Ideas (that don’t include eggs)
Whether it’s your first Whole30, or your tenth, there comes a point where you are tired of eating eggs for breakfast (or lunch or dinner!). I love eggs for their versatility and how quickly you can whip up a meal with them, but after a few weeks of the Whole30, I know you’re looking for other options.
I’ve done Whole30 many times and I mostly eat a Whole30 diet year-round. Through all my years of doing the Whole30, I’ve found ways to make the most of my Whole30. Here are some of my favorite Whole30 Breakfast Ideas (that don’t include eggs)! These delicious recipes will keep you full and keep you on track for the rest of your Whole30. You’ll probably even like them so much that you’ll make them long after the Whole30 is over! Get the recipes below!
Chia Seed Pudding
Chia seed pudding is perfect for breakfast and also makes a great go-to snack! It will keep you full for hours, and I love how you can customize the toppings so it feels like a different meal each day you have it. Plus chia seeds are packed with healthy omega 3’s, fiber, and protein! Get the recipe here!
Sweet Potato Hash with Southwest Ranch Sauce
When you’re wanting something savory for breakfast without the eggs, this sweet potato hash with southwest ranch is the perfect recipe for you! Veggie packed and delicious, you’ll love this sweet potato hash breakfast! You’ll want to save this southwest ranch sauce for pretty much all future meals, as well! Get the recipes here!
Raspberry and Blueberry Breakfast Sausages
Two of my most popular recipes and honestly one of my favorite breakfasts! These sausages are perfect for kids and make for a great savory breakfast at home or on the go! Both are savory, a little sweet, and delicious on a “breakfast salad”, you’ll be making double batches of these to have on hand every morning!
Get the Raspberry Sausage recipe here!
Get the Blueberry Sausage recipe here!
Apple Avocado Salad
This filling and healthy apple avocado salad recipe is simple, yet makes a big impression! You’ll love the fresh avocado with the hint of sweetness from the apple, and you’ll especially love how little time it takes to put it together! Delicious as a breakfast, snack, or light lunch. Get the recipe here!
I hope these Whole30 breakfast recipes fill you up and keep you sane as you finish out the homestretch! I find myself coming back to these recipes time and time again and I hope you do the same. If you enjoyed these recipes, please leave me a review below and let me know how they turned out!
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