Low-carb and keto no-egg breakfasts
Whether you have an aversion to eggs, an allergy, or are just looking for a new way to start the day, these low-carb, keto breakfast options will make your day delicious and egg-free.
Remember that breakfast can be anything you enjoy eating, so there’s no need to restrict yourself to traditional notions of breakfast. But if you tend to have more traditional tastes, you’ll enjoy our low-carb and keto options.
Traditional no-egg breakfasts
If you’re a traditionalist, there are plenty of delicious keto or low-carb recipes waiting for you without eggs.
Simple meals like coffee with bacon, ham, sausage, or another breakfast protein are both filling and tasty. If you prepare these proteins in advance and then warm them, breakfast is even faster and requires little to no cleanup.
Some of our favorite recipes
Keto and low-carb no-egg recipes for breakfast
When looking for egg-free breakfast recipes, start with foods you love, including those that defy tradition. Breakfast can be anything – even leftovers!
The possibilities are endless.
Non traditional breakfast recipe ideas
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In this exclusive low-carb meal plan, you’ll get to enjoy some of Pascale’s most loved recipes, such as Cajun chicken salad and Low-carb shepherd’s pie — as well as a handful of her simple yet delicious recipes from her latest cookbook “The Keto Cure.”
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Scientific studies now prove that compared to other diets, low-carb or keto diets are often more effective for weight loss, and for improving certain health markers.
This has been demonstrated in several meta-analyses of high-quality studies, for example this one:
The British Journal of Nutrition 2016: Effects of low-carbohydrate diets v. low-fat diets on body weight and cardiovascular risk factors: a meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials [strong evidence] Learn more
Here are two selected high-quality studies (RCTs) demonstrating this: