Easy Whole30 Breakfast ideas
We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Yet, most people will tell you that breakfast is the hardest meal of the day, for so many reasons. Maybe you aren't a morning person. Maybe you're hitting the snooze button and then rushing out the door. And so, the concept of cooking in the morning feels so alien. So, if breakfast challenges you even when you're following your everyday meal plan, what do you even do on a Whole30 plan? That's why we've put together 7 days of Whole30 Breakfast Ideas.
Whole30 and Breakfast: Perfect Together
If you typically skip breakfast or don't eat it regularly, you might be tempted to do this while you're on Whole30. Trust us: starting the day on empty is not the best way to work with your metabolism or get your energy going (we know coffee can help). With Whole30's way of eating, you probably already know you'll be looking at more protein than the typical American breakfast of cereal or bagels. But never fear! There's variety here! With these Whole30 breakfast ideas, it's not all eggs all the time. (If you find that you're wired for something sweet in the morning, there's even a breakfast pudding with chia and pumpkin that brings a little sweetness to your morning without tanking your Whole30).
How to Prep for Whole30 Breakfasts
These Whole30 breakfast ideas are not only quick and easy but they're also loaded with flavor and nutrition! Stock up on eggs (ha ha, we know we said it's not all eggs!), vegetables, and guacamole (yesssss!), and you'll be on your way to meal prep for a week of Whole30 breakfast ideas. It can't hurt to hard boil some eggs, and it's wise to have broccoli and potatoes ready, too—including ever popular sweet potatoes.
Whole30 vs. Paleo
It's worth saying this right off the bat. Depending on your individual approach to Whole30, which is very close to but more restrictive than a paleo diet, some of these meal Whole30 breakfast ideas may not work for you 100 percent. You might see some dairy (Greek yogurt) here and there. And you might even see a banana, too, and/or some oats. We know that on Whole30 those aren't typically allowed. But everyone's body is different. Do what resonates with you and if you have any questions, it's always wise to ask your doctor.
So, what are you waiting for? It's time to kick start every day with a nourishing breakfast. Soon enough, you'll be reaching those health goals because it will all become a great new habit!
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What are your favorite Whole30 Breakfast Ideas? Let us know!