7 Healthy Low Carb Breakfast Ideas


Everyone needs food to survive and breakfast is very important because it is the first meal of day after long hours of not eating through the night. Whether you are dieting or not, try not to skip breakfast! For those on a healthy or low carb diet, these healthy low carb breakfast ideas will help you choose what to eat without guilt. These foods are very rich in essential body nutrients especially fiber which is very important for weight loss because it curtails hunger. They are also low in carbs or sugar.

Almond Flour Pancakes

Pancake is a popular breakfast food around the world that is very easy to make. The awareness on the benefits of eating foods with less carbs have made many people switch to almond flour for their low carb baking or flour foods. Almond pancake is not just easy to make but also delicious. You can substitute high sugar maple syrup with yacon syrup which is a natural sweetener that is suitable for low carb eating. And of course, stevia in place of sugar!

I tried this recipe from  https://lowcarbyum.com/and I loved it.

2 cups of almond Flour

4 eggs

half cup of water

1/2 cup of avocado oil

1 teaspoon of baking soda

haif tea spoon of salt

2 satchet of stevia sweetener

1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon

How to make.

Pour the ingredients in a baking bowl and beat manually or with a simple hand mixer.

You are ready to start frying your pancake at low heat.


This is a very simple, easy to make and rich breakfast cereal dish especially for people who leave the house very Muesliearly for work. It is usually cold because the liquid used is milk or yoghurt. Muesli is made up of rolled oats, fruits, nuts, seeds and almond milk or yoghurts. It is a very good low carb breakfast. I make mine with oats, peach, blackberries, almond milk and walnuts and it tastes very delicious. I use stevia which is a natural sweetner to sweeten. I also tried it with yoghurts and I loved it. Berries are low carb fruits and can suit any low carb diet. You can add the quantity of ingredients based on your choice and still savour its goodness. It is recommended to soak the oats for about 5 minutes in any liquid you choose to soften it.

Whole Grain Bread and Omelette

If you are not much of a cereal fan, you can try whole grain bread, omelette and a cup of coffee. Whole grains are healthier than refined grains because they have high fiber content and antioxidants which are found in the bran that is being removed during the production of refined grains. Whole grains also contain complex carbohydrates that take time to breakdown and do not rapidly increase blood sugar. You can bake one yourself or look out for one in the store that contains healthy nuts and seeds as well. Omelette is simply fried eggs and easy to make and eggs are very rich in nutrients. I usually opt for vegetable omelette. A cup of coffee to complement the yummy breakfast. Coffee has great benefits to the body because research showed that it can prevent Parkinson’s disease, type 2 diabetes, liver cancer and also improve cognitive functions. There is original and decaffeinated coffee. I prefer decaffeinated coffee because I am not good with Caffeine.

Yogurt, Strawberries and Chia Seeds

This is a simple, light breakfast that is low carb, nutritious and very filling. You can choose a normal yogurt or greek yogurt. Add some chopped strawberries and a table spoon of chia seeds. Chia seeds are in the class of power foods because they are rich in many essential nutrients including fiber and omega-3 fats despite being low in calories. This can serve as a snack or breakfast meal. What ever you choose to consume this, you are right on track for your daily nutrient needs or weight loss diet.

Almond Bread and Salad or Scrabbled Eggs

Almond bread is a fantastic low carb breakfast that I enjoy taking with vegetables and green tea. This is a superfood because it is loaded with nutrients. I recommend baking your bread the previous day, to save time in the mornings. I rarely see almond bread on the shelf so I bake one at home myself. All you need to do is blend almond nuts to make your flour. I add ground flax seed and sprinkle chia seeds to make it super nutritious. You can also make scrambled eggs or simple salad by chopping lettuce, cabbage, grated carrots and cherry tomatoes or buy the chopped vegetables from the store and just combine for ease. Choose a healthy low carb cream of your choice. Tea is also good because it contains antioxidants that deliver great benefits to the body like reducing the risk of neurological disorders like Alzheimer and Parkinson’s disease. Also helps to burn fat, reduce the risk of stroke and bad cholesterol (LDL) levels.It also contains less caffeine than coffee.

Almond Bread Recipe To Try

21/4 cups of Almond flour

1/4 cup of ground flaxseed

1/2 teaspoon of baking soda

1/2 teaspoon of fine texture sea salt

5 eggs

1/2 table spoon of honey

1 table spoon of extra virgin olive oil

2 table spoons of chia seed to sprinkle over batter

Scrambled Eggs with Green Onions and Prosciutto

This is another healthy yummy breakfast that is low in carbs. This food is also very easy to make. You simply chop green onions, make scrambled egg and chop prosciutto. Combine these 3 together and you have a healthy breakfast. Prosciutto is a dry-cured ham that is usually thinly sliced. Prosciutto cotto is cooked while Prosciutto crudo is raw but still safe to eat because it has been cured. Green onion is a vegetable that is loaded with antioxidants and cancer fighting properties. It also helps to control blood sugar and antibacterial properties.

Oat Meal or Oat Muffins

Oat meal or porridge is also a super nutritious low carb breakfast that is very easy to make. Simply boil the oats in water for 10 to 15 minutes depending on how cooked you want it. Add low fat milk and honey or stevia (natural sweetener) for a great taste. Oat muffins are also great alternative to the oat meal which still deliver same nutrients to the body. I am a great lover of oat muffins and I always for it in place of the porridge. I love my muffins with a cup of coffee and berries.

Whatever your diet or health needs are, there are always things for you to eat and enjoy. Always look out for food ideas that provide varieties or options for you to choose from and savour! Remember to always make out time for exerxcise to keep your body fit and strong.

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2 Responses

  1. Good one…I have always enjoyed having oat meals as breakfast with a little fruit serving. I also enjoy a mix of strawberries, yogurt and cold-milled flax seed. Do you think that mix is also great for breakfast?

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Good health is very important for every individual knowing that a poor health can end life. Waking up to seeing that many people are still struggling with some health issues that could have been prevented naturally inspired me to enlighten people about the dangers of unhealthy eating and provide healthy alternative options that can help people live and stay healthy.