Healthy, easy, and oh so tasty! These Paleo, Gluten Free, and Whole30 Breakfast Bowls recipes and meal ideas will be your inspiration for a month of delicious mornings! I’m including both egg free and egg based recipes for your healthy eating pleasure!
Breakfast! It’s the most important meal of the day, and it’s by far my favorite meal. But if you’re like me, it’s easy to get into a habit of eating the same things, over and over again. Truth be told, I eat pretty much the same thing most days. But you guys, you HAVE TO break out of the routine sometimes.
Simple is great, but you have to be purposeful in switching things up, otherwise you risk an awful bout of food boredom.
This is exactly why I made my 4 Week Whole30 Meal Plan, to have a plan in place for different dinners every night of the month.
But breakfast needs some love, too! Today, I’m sharing my ground-breaking and hashtag winning Whole30 breakfast bowl formula. Are you ready? Here it is:
Follow this Meal Template
Veggies + Fat + Simple Protein.
I know, pretty earth shattering stuff. I’m JOKING! But really, the key is creating interesting Whole30 recipes for breakfast is intentionally mixing it up.
Switch the vegetables you eat at breakfast. Switch the fats, too. Have nuts sometimes, have avocado sometimes, have ranch dressing, whatever! For the protein, eggs have always the easiest Whole30 breakfast protein for me, but the key to avoiding eggshaustion (get it?), is to change the way you prepare them.
Easy Whole30 and Paleo Recipes for Breakfast
I put together a few of my favorite super simple Whole30 Breakfast Bowls with ideas to keep things fun. They’re what I call no-recipe recipes. They’re all super easy, mixing up flavors a bit, and can be customized to your tastes. Enjoy
1. Crispy Prosciutto Breakfast Bowl
What’s in It:
A bed of spinach, two scrambled eggs, leftover roasted broccoli, blueberries, pickled onions, pepitas (pumpkin seeds), and crispy prosciutto.
How to Make Crispy Prosciutto:
- Heat a small skillet over medium heat. Lay 1-2 slices of prosciutto on the preheated pan and allow it to cook until sizzling.
- Cook for about 2-3 minutes, then flip and cook for another 2-3 minutes.
- Remove and add directly to your breakfast or crumble into bite-sized pieces.
2. Brussels Sprouts & Pan Roasted Potatoes Breakfast Bowl
What’s in It:
Sautéed brussels sprouts, pan roasted sweet potatoes, avocado, and a fried egg. Everything is topped with a little Everything Bagel Seasoning (If you don’t have it in stores near you, get my recipe for homemade everything bagel seasoning).
How to Make Pan Roasted Potatoes:
- Dice 1-2 medium sweet potatoes into bite sized pieces.
- Add 3 Tbsp oil to a large skillet over medium heat, and add the potatoes.
- Add the potatoes in, give a quick stir, and then cook without flipping until they release on their own, about 6-7 minutes.
- Flip, and cook again until they release. They should be crispy on the outside and softened on the inside. This takes about 7-10 more minutes. Season with salt and pepper.
3. Jammy Eggs Breakfast Bowl
What’s in It:
Jammy boiled eggs (or make your eggs in the air fryer!), sautéed spinach and tomatoes, and a little bit of everything bagel seasoning. This breakfast bowl is awesome because the eggs can be made in advance!
I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of Everything Bagel seasoning! I put it on everything out there, but I especially love it on eggs. Try my homemade recipe or pick it up at Trader Joe’s, Costco, Aldi, Williams Sonoma, or wherever you can get it!
How to Make Jammy Eggs:
- Use my Perfect Jammy Eggs tutorial to make them turn out like this every single time!
4. Air Fryer Potato & Broccoli Breakfast Bowl
What’s in It:
Air Fryer Red Potatoes, leftover air fried roasted broccoli, and a fried egg.
Are you noticing a trend here? There are LOTS OF LEFTOVERS in my breakfast bowls. That’s because they make mornings soooo much easier! It might take some getting used to, but it’s worth trying. Trust your pal Laura on this one. K?
5. Egg Free Breakfast Bowl
What’s in It:
Spaghetti squash (I make it in the Instant Pot), half of an avocado, and Aidell’s Chicken & Apple sausage.
Yes, there are, in fact, some days that we don’t eat eggs. I mean, not that many, but there are a few.
One of the best lessons I’ve taken from Whole30: Think of it as Meal 1, Meal 2, and Meal 3, instead of the traditional breakfast, lunch and dinner. You don’t have to have breakfast-y foods in the morning. And leftovers from the night before are an awesome way to start the day! That’s exactly what I did here.
6. The Verona Bowl
What’s in it:
Crispy sugar free bacon, fresh tomatoes, leftover roasted asparagus, sunflower shoots, a fried egg, and pesto.
Why the name? Well, this is the bowl that took me on a trip to Verona, Italy! Drizzle a healthy amount of my dairy-free pesto recipe to make this bowl shine!
So here’s what I want for you to take away from this: Breakfast doesn’t need to be complicated to be exciting! Find new ideas to mix up your Whole30 breakfast routine the way you prepare eggs, or switch to a different protein altogether. Use different flavors and textures, and don’t forget to take advantage of leftovers!
More Whole30 Breakfast Ideas:
- Easy Shakshuka
- Prosciutto Egg Cups (3 ingredients!)
- Pepperoni Pizza Frittata
- Southwest Waffle Iron Omelet
- Chicken Patties with Spicy Mayo (Egg-Free!)
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