Let’s be honest: we love keto breakfasts. It seems like keto and breakfast go hand in hand, as many of the typical American breakfast staples are perfect components to a keto meal. If you’re intentional, it’s easy to hit your targeted grams of fat per day just starting off with breakfast alone!
If you’re on the keto diet, there are so many options as to what you can eat for breakfast beyond just the typical bacon and eggs meal. You can even have sweet treats like crepes and pancakes if you’re willing to be creative with how you make them.
Well, if you’re on the keto diet and looking for new keto breakfast recipes, you’re in luck. Whether you want a sweet recipe or a savory recipe, we’ve got you covered!
Here are some of our favorite keto breakfast recipes:
Keto Egg Muffins are the perfect keto breakfast for people on-the-go. We recommend baking the muffins the night before and refrigerating them afterward. If you do this on a Sunday night, you can get all of your breakfasts for the week made in just under a half hour’s worth of time! Talk about a timesaver!
Oh, let us count the ways in which we love quiche. Unfortunately, crust is not a part of the keto diet. But never fear! We’ve found a great recipe that allows you to eat your (quiche) and have it, too. This crustless quiche is super easy to make and can even be frozen in slices to eat at a later point. No brainer!
Could this recipe BE any simpler? Come on, two ingredients! You could practically make these waffles in your sleep. But to be safe, we recommend making them when you’re awake. Because there are only two ingredients, these chaffles can easily be made a few minutes before you have to leave for your day. Yes, please!
Just because you’re keto doesn’t mean you have to give up sweet breakfast items! We love to eat these crepes on lazy Sunday mornings when we have more time to cook a leisurely breakfast. You may find your non-keto friends and family begging you to make them some, too!
Just because you’re on the keto diet, it doesn’t mean that you have to rule out sandwiches. You just have to think about them a little creatively! This particular keto sandwich uses sausage slices in place of the bread. If you want to increase your fat intake, we recommend adding some extra slices of cheese in the middle. Enjoy!
Cheesy anything captures our interest; cheesy breakfast casserole is no exception. This recipe takes a little longer to make, so we recommend saving it for a weekend when you have more time to be leisurely about cooking. But we promise the effort is so worth it! Cheesy peasy.
We know, we know—salad for breakfast? It sounds unappetizing, right? Luckily for you, this is keto salad—aka, this is not a regular salad, this is a cool salad. This salad is made up of baby spinach, blueberries, avocado, red quinoa, pumpkin seeds, bacon, eggs, apple cider vinegar, honey, and salt. See? Now that is a salad that we can’t wait to eat!
Bacon-wrapped anything is always going to be a yes for us! These cute little egg cups are the perfect bite for when you want a little energy before your day but don’t want to be too bogged down with a heavy meal. Bacon-wrapped egg cups can be made ahead of time and will keep in the fridge for up to five days. So, you can easily meal prep these babies and enjoy the extra time in your mornings!
Bet you never thought you’d be able to have toast while on the keto diet, right? Wrong. This keto toast is surprisingly low carb, but you need to put in the effort to make it from scratch. Not a huge deal if you have some time to cook in the mornings! These particular slices of keto bread are made by mixing egg with almond flour, salt, baking powder, oil, and milk. Finish up strong by adding a bunch of butter (or even cream cheese) to your toast. We loaf this idea!
Pulled Pork Breakfast Hash is a great way to use up the previous night’s leftover pork. Combine the leftovers with eggs, veggies, and cheese to load up on some key keto nutrients. Though breakfast hashes are traditionally made with potatoes, you’re going to have to skip these if you want to keep the recipe keto-friendly. Instead, you’ll substitute turnips and eggs. Lettuce turnip the heat!
Give breakfast something to taco 'bout! Breakfast taco bowls are a surprisingly quick and nutritious way to start off your day. You can combine leftover taco meat from the previous night, or you can make your own taco meat the morning of if you have a little bit of extra time. Pack your bowl with some low-carb veggies, and you’ve got a keto recipe for success!
There you have it! Eleven keto breakfast recipes that’ll ensure that you have a wide variety of options to choose from each morning. Whether you’re seeking savory keto breakfast recipes or sweet keto recipes, we’ve got you covered. Make sure to bookmark this page so you can come back to it when you get a keto craving. Yum!