9 Low-Carb Breakfasts Without Eggs

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Cinnamon Roll Muffins low-carb breakfasts

Oftentimes when people embark on a low-carb diet, they feel limited in their options. For instance, your mental breakfast menu may shrink to simply egg-based meals. We have rounded up nine low-carb breakfasts guaranteed to fit into your diet that do not rely on eggs!

1. Grain Free Granola Yogurt Bowls >

Grain Free Granola Yogurt Bowls

This bowl contains a crunchy medley of almonds, coconut flakes, chopped pecans and raw sunflower seeds seasoned with cinnamon, vanilla extract, sugar-free sweetener and a pinch of salt. Drizzle a creamy almond butter sauce over this grain-free granola and the yogurt and *chef’s kiss* you have a hearty, low-carb, delicious breakfast on the go!

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2. 1-Minute “Golden Milk” Yogurt >

1-Minute “Golden Milk” Yogurt

For this filling breakfast recipe, combine full fat Greek yogurt, chia seeds, unsalted almonds, almond extract, cinnamon and turmeric spice in a bowl and stir together. You can either enjoy this immediately or store in the refrigerator overnight if you’d like the chia seeds to absorb the yogurt and expand!

3. Chocolate Avocado Pudding >

Chocolate Avocado Pudding

Yep, you read that correctly—chocolate for breakfast! Made with avocado, unsweetened cacao or cocoa powder, unsweetened almond milk, almond butter and stevia to taste, this low-carb breakfast idea is sure to satiate your sweet tooth while keeping you full. It’s the perfect way to start your day!

4. Matcha Smoothie Bowl >

Matcha Smoothie Bowl

With just four ingredients—plain Greek yogurt, matcha powder, spinach and pure vanilla extract—this bowl is packed with protein, antioxidants and just enough caffeine to keep you fueled up! Feel free to add toppings to this bowl, such as chia seeds or cacao nibs for some more flavor and filling.

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5. Chocolate Almond Butter Shake >

Chocolate Almond Butter Shake

This low-carb and vegan “milkshake” is the most decadent way to start your day! Creamy avocado, smooth almond butter, decadent cocoa powder and dairy-free almond milk create the perfect blend of delicious goodness for a sweet and hearty breakfast.

6. No-Bake Chocolate Tahini and Mixed Seed Protein Bars >

No-Bake Chocolate Tahini and Mixed Seed Protein Bars

Tahini is a paste made from ground sesame seeds. It is used in this recipe to bind the ingredients of the bar together. These bars are perfect for breakfast on-the-go and are packed with healthy fats and protein. The chocolate drizzle on top keeps them sweet and flavorful while maintaining all the benefits of low-carb breakfasts.

7. Cinnamon Roll Muffins >

Cinnamon Roll Muffins

Each muffin clocks in at just 200 calories and substitutes the carbs of regular flour for the low-carb almond flour option. This recipe is the perfect match for your sweet tooth without sabotaging all the hard work you have already put into your health.

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8. No-Bake Overnight Chia Pudding >

No-Bake Overnight Chia Pudding

Are your mornings always rushed and cluttered with last minute chores? Remove making low-carb breakfasts from your morning to-do list and prepare this recipe the night before! Combine low-fat plain kefir, chia seeds, vanilla extract, sliced almonds, coconut flakes and cinnamon in your container of choice to place in the refrigerator overnight.  You’ll never go back to instant oatmeal again!

9. Coconut Matcha Chia Pudding >

Coconut Matcha Chia Pudding

At just 228 calories per serving, this healthy low-carb breakfast is sure to curb your sweet tooth without any setbacks. Blend together unsweetened coconut milk and matcha powder before stirring in the chia seeds and topping off with shredded coconut.

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