Have you recently started Whole30 and are looking for some breakfast inspiration? Maybe you are tired of eating the same thing and want some variety?
Or are you curious and want to know more about the Whole30 diet? No matter what your question might be, we have the answer for you!
Whole30 requires you to cut grains, dairy, sugar, and anything processed from your diet for 30 days, leaving you to enjoy whole foods. Sounds challenging doesn’t it? Well, it can be super rewarding, if you know what you can eat!
Planning meals that are full of fruit, veggies, meat, and eggs can be tricky and leaves many of us relying on the same few meals to start our day and fuel our mornings.
And no one enjoys eating the same meal every day, do they? So to help you make the most out of your Whole30 challenge, or just enjoy some new breakfasts, we have 28 delicious Whole30 breakfast recipes you will love! Just keep reading to see our list now.
First, we have these delicious muffins! We recommend making a big batch so you have some treats and snacks ready and waiting! They can also be frozen too, making them the perfect meal-prepping option!
The savory muffins are super tasty and take 25 minutes to make, perfect for those slower mornings when you have more time.
We know salad for breakfast sounds a little odd, but trust us, this is delicious! The crispy bacon and runny yolk will give you the classic breakfast tastes, while the spinach and roasted veggies give you some extra nutrition that will keep you feeling full all morning!
Don’t forget to be creative and add any veggies you want, now is a good time to get rid of the veggies in your drawer before they go bad!
We love a skillet dish in our home, so we couldn’t not include one today! Packed full of crispy potatoes, sausages, and eggs, this Whole30-friendly breakfast is our favorite when we want to warm up on a chilly morning.
It takes just over half an hour to make, so we recommend saving this recipe for a weekend or a slow morning when you have time to prepare and enjoy the dish!
Avocados are a breakfast staple these days, and you can use them instead of mayo to make this tasty egg salad! It is packed with healthy fats and a mild flavor that allows you to enjoy the taste of your eggs.
Make sure you use a ripe avocado to save yourself time mashing it and you can enjoy some green eggs for your breakfast!
For the vegans in the room, we have a tasty Whole30 breakfast for you! This grain-free hot cereal (see also ‘The 21 Most Loved Cereals In America‘) is similar to oatmeal, using flax seeds, bananas, and walnuts to create an oat-like texture you are sure to love.
Add some spices (we love cinnamon) and top with some fresh fruit and berries for a bowl full of goodness that will keep you full until lunch.
That’s right, you can still enjoy some pancakes and follow the Whole30 diet!
These dairy and gluten-free pancakes are super fluffy and moist, just like a pancake should be! Bananas, coconut, and almond flour make up these tasty pancakes giving you a real treat for your breakfast.
Why not top them with your favorite fresh berries and drizzle them with some maple syrup? They are a treat you won’t want to miss out on!
If you are after an easy skillet dish for breakfast, then try this sausage and pepper skillet! It is full of color and flavor, giving you a bright start to your day!
Plus it’s super easy to make, we think it’s the perfect skillet dish for a beginner or cooking novice to try, you can’t mess it up!
The dish is also gluten-free and can be served as breakfast or dinner, making it super versatile!
This breakfast is one of the most Insta-worthy ones on the list! Enjoy a runny poached egg with some fresh asparagus and prosciutto for a wonderful summery breakfast!
You can cook your asparagus however you prefer, but we think it’s best sauteed to release the flavor and enjoy a tasty breakfast!
Don’t forget to add some salt and pepper to the egg when you serve it and even a grate of parmigiano reggiano for a truly decadent and Whole30-friendly breakfast!
Frittatas are a wonderful delicacy that might seem out of reach on a Whole30 diet, but these kale and butternut squash frittatas are here to prove you wrong!
They take 40 minutes in total to prepare and cook, so save them for the weekend when you have more time. They take a while but trust us, they are worth it!
The one pan frittata gets some veggies and nutrients in your body and will keep you feeling full until lunch. Plus it serves eight, so it’s a wonderful brunch dish to whip up!
Okay, this one might sound a little odd for breakfast, but trust us, it’s worth trying! We think it works great as a brunch option, or an early lunch, as well as breakfast!
There is plenty of protein to keep you full all morning and lots of great flavors thanks to the spice in the red onion and the creaminess of the avocado.
This dish is best served fresh so the avocados don’t go brown, so make sure to eat it as soon as it’s ready!
We love avocados here, so we have another avocado breakfast for you! This toast made using sweet potato is perfect for those that want a substantial breakfast. be warned, this takes almost an hour to make, but it is so worth it!
Don’t forget to give your avocado a little seasoning and you can enjoy a delicious breakfast or brunch that makes you forget you are following a challenging diet!
If you want a warm and tasty breakfast, then this bake is for you! You can bulk cook this and enjoy it cool too, although we think it is better served warm.
You would never think there is no added sugar in this dish either, as the apples and sweet potato gives it a wonderful sweet tooth.
Satisfy any sweet cravings with this breakfast and still feel full all morning!
These sandwiches are perfect for a quick breakfast that can be enjoyed as you head out the door! They can also be made ahead of time, just add the avocado and greens before serving and you are good to go!
If you love waffles, then this is the breakfast for you! These sweet potato waffles are filled with avocados, eggs, and greens to give you a tasty breakfast!
You can add the filling of your choice too whether it is bacon, sausage, or grilled chicken to enjoy the dish as breakfast or lunch!
If you have leftover corned beef, this is the perfect breakfast for you! In just 20 minutes you can enjoy a warm and comforting breakfast that is sure to set you up for the day!
We recommend adding a fried egg on top to get some more protein into the dish.
That’s right, we have another sweet potato breakfast for you! This vegan bowl is packed full of protein and flavors, making it a wonderful breakfast to start your day with.
Add lots of fruits and nuts to give the dish some extra texture and nutrients, or you can add some flour and egg and bake it to create a warm oatmeal-style breakfast, the choice is yours!
Trust us, this one isn’t as gross as it sounds! It’s pretty tasty. This brussel sprout hash is a fantastic way to get some veggies in your body and it will leave you feeling fuller for longer!
Serve with a runny egg to add some protein and start your day with a smile.
Casseroles aren’t just for dinner, you can enjoy this eggs benedict one for your breakfast!
You do need a Whole30 Hollandaise sauce for this recipe, but don’t worry, you can purchase it in health stores, or there are recipes online for you to make your own too!
This Shakshuka is packed full of spices, peppers, and tomatoes which pair beautifully with the poached egg and tasty sauce! This one-pan skillet meal is a wonderful breakfast that is full of flavor and will keep you full all morning.
This keto recipe is Whole30 friendly and allows you to enjoy some hash browns to start your day! Enjoy a crispy on the outside hash brown (see also ‘23 Easy Frozen Hash Brown Recipes‘) and a soft inside that can be made and on the table in 15 minutes!
Who hasn’t got time in the morning to make and enjoy some tasty hash browns? Plus you don’t need any fancy ingredients for this dish, most of them can be found in your pantry!
This recipe is a twist on the twice-baked potatoes you know and love. Add peppers, scallions, and bacon to your twice-baked sweet potatoes and serve with an egg on top for a tasty and protein-rich breakfast you are sure to love.
This breakfast is super easy, filling, and gluten-free! What’s not to love? It’s a fantastic option to serve at brunch and is Whole30 friendly thanks to the veggies and feta cheese used.
You won’t be looking for a snack after eating this either, as the protein will keep you feeling full all morning.
We love a skillet dish, and this fingerling potato recipe is fantastic! Just make sure you use plenty of oil so you can get a crispy coating on your potatoes, while they stay fluffy on the inside. Don’t forget some salt and pepper to season either!
We know it sounds a little unusual to have hot sauce and jalapenos for breakfast, but if you love heat, it’s a dish you will enjoy! Plus, they are ready to go in just eight minutes, so it’s the perfect breakfast for when you are short on time!
Do you want a two-ingredient breakfast? Then try this baked egg and sweet potato nest recipe! Not only is it perfect for breakfast or brunch, but you can serve them to your children for an Easter-style breakfast!
We recommend using a spiralizer or grater to get your potatoes looking like eggs!
Again, if you like a spicy and unique breakfast, this noodle bowl is for you! The vibrant noodles compliment the creamy avocado sauce perfectly, and when you add jalapenos you are onto a winner! They pair beautifully with the garlic flavors in the dish.
Why not make your own sausage and enjoy some meat that is free of preservatives and added sugar?
This recipe will help you do that, and season the meat to your liking so you always have the perfect sausage for you. We love this served with eggs and some fresh veggies!
Finally, we have a delicious smoothie for you to enjoy. This pineapple turmeric smoothie is naturally sweet, creamy, and healthy! Plus there are lots of immune-boosting ingredients that will help you remain healthy and happy. What’s not to love?
And there you have it, 28 Whole30 breakfast recipes that are sure to change your breakfast game and give you lots of options to choose from!
Whether you want a warm skillet-based dish, a quick breakfast, or some fresh berries, we are sure there is a recipe here for you!
Frequently Asked Questions
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What Is Whole30?
Whole30 is a 30-day diet where you eat only whole foods and eliminate sugar, dairy, grains, and alcohol. The focus is on eating whole foods that are not processed, allowing you to enjoy fruit and veggies, with a mixture of meat and eggs.
For those on a plant-based diet, soy and legumes may be consumed, but a traditional Whole30 diet would eliminate them too.
Can I Skip Breakfast On Whole30?
We would not recommend skipping breakfast when you follow Whole30. You need your breakfast to set you up and fuel your body for the morning.
By skipping it, you will feel tired, and sluggish, and might not perform as well at work or school. Even if you grab a quick smoothie or sandwich, it is better to give your body some fuel than suffer throughout the day.