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Whole30 Meals and Recipes- Breakfast


Hi Everyone!! Our Meal Plan for the January Whole30 Circuit is up! I’m separating all the recipes into two categories: Breakfast and Lunch/Dinner. When you see a recipe on the Meal Plan, you can find the recipes in one of these posts! 

Breakfast- the most important meal of the day! Make sure to eat a full breakfast each morning…it will start your day (and metabolism) off right!

Sweet Potato Sausage Scramble– This is a really easy and quick option, especially since we will prep the sweet potatoes and onions during our Week 1 meal prep! 

Sweet Potato, Pancetta, and Apple Hash– an egg-free option for those of us who can’t handle eggs every day! This is equal parts sweet and savory…yum. If you will miss your eggs, just add one or two in and scramble it up!

Easy Paleo Fritata– This recipe calls for “emergency protein” so if you have any leftover, cooked protein you need to get rid of, add it in. If not, I like to use breakfast sausage! 

Pigs in a Skillet– Another favorite from Nom Nom Paleo, this recipe utilizes some leftover Pulled Pork that we will be making. 

Spinach and Sausage Muffin These sound weird, they’re not! Give them a try!

Pancetta and Egg Muffin Cups– Oh. My. Gosh. The salty crispiness of the pancetta is EVERYTHING in this dish. Add whatever veggies you have on hand. A perfect make ahead whole 30 breakfast option!

Cowboy Breakfast Skillet– The hot sauce MAKES this brekfast skillet. Tobasco is a good whole 30 approved hot sauce but if you like Sriracha sauce, you need to try Nom Nom Paleo’s Sriracha Sauce with this. YUM!

Banana Cinnamon Chia Seed Pudding– Love this creamy breakfast option. Add your favorite nut mix for a great CRUNCH!

Seasonal Fruit, Coconut Milk, and Nuts– This is a great quick, no cook option. Just cut up a few handfuls of berries with 1/2 C. coconut milk and top with you favorite nuts (any nuts except peanuts are A-okay)! 

Banana, almond butter, and crushed nuts– Another no cook option is an old childhood favorite of mine. Cut up a banana and dabble about 2 tablespoons of almond butter on a plate. Top the almond butter with your favorite crushed nuts and dip the banana in the butter! This is a delicious, sweet breakfast to help curve your early morning sugar cravings!

*A Note About Bacon- SO…I know everyone loves bacon! But finding bacon that doesn’t have sugar added in a store is about impossible. I have called every butcher in town and all of the grocery stores and finally confirmed that I cannot locally purchase any bacon that doesn’t have sugar added. I did find THIS  which is 1.5LBS per order of no-sugar-added bacon slices! Since this bacon is pretty pricey, I don’t have it in any of the meal plans but know that you can add it in ANY TIME you like. ;)*

Whole30 is all about getting as many different elements of food as you can in each meal- protein, veggies, and healthy fats should be part of each meal during the day! If you feel like dinner leftovers for breakfast, go for it! Any mix of proteins and veggies can be made into a scrambler by just adding an egg and cast iron skillet to the mix. If these recipes get boring, use your imagination! You will be surprised at how fun mixing and matching these scramblers can be! 


Check out our Lunch/Dinner options Here

Check out our Snack and Side options Here


If you liked this post you should check out my Facebook Page The Hungry Mommy and Instagram @The_Hungry_Mommy! If you’d want to join our January Whole30 Challenge, let me know! We’d love to have you! XOXO




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