Breakfast is the most important meal of the day! It kicks your metabolism into gear and gets calories burning. So today we are featuring five separate breakfast recipes for you to try while following a Ketogenic Diet and staying in ketosis. Most bread and pastry sweets are not approved, so it can be hard to make the switch away from those foods. Check it out!
5 Keto Breakfast Recipes
1. Keto Paleo Bread
You may have to start thinking outside the breadbox when on the Keto diet—or on most diets, for that matter. But you can make this bread at home! Each serving consists of about 82 calories and just one little net carb. This bread is Paleo diet approved as well. Give this recipe a try! Even if you don’t follow a Paleo diet, this flavorful Keto bread is the way to go.
2. Keto Smoky Pork Breakfast Hash
This a iron skillet breakfast dish that is great
when you have a little more time to prepare
something and want to try something a little
out of the ordinary. You will enjoy four different
types of veggies, two different types of protein,
and a handful of delicious spices. This recipe calls
for 11 ingredients and rings in at about 354 calorie
s per serving. Check out the recipe here.
3. Keto Avocado Smoothie
On the other hand, this third option on our list today is perfect if you are in a hurry and need to get those breakfast nutrients in quick! This smoothie consists of 8 healthy ingredients and is about 208 calories per serving. The recipe will make 2 smoothies, throw half of it in the freezer, and save it for later! Visit the full recipe here.
4. Keto Pork Breakfast Sausage
Do not be fooled by the sausage you find in the frozen aisles at the grocery store. Many of those sausages have additives and extra unnecessary sugar that is not permitted on the Ketogenic diet. In order to avoid this situation, simply make your own! There are about 322 calories per serving and you will have about 4 servings made so you can save the rest for another day! Get the recipe here.
5. Keto Chia Pudding
For those of you that like a sweeter start to your morning, we are featuring the delicious raspberry chia pudding. Raspberries are a great source of antioxidants and chia seeds provide many benefits as well. One important benefit being energy, this is key for your morning! The pudding can be enjoyed by anyone following a Paleo, vegan, low carb, and of course Keto diet. There are about 223 calories in each serving. Give the recipe a try here.