Sticking to any eating plan has its obstacles—and that goes double for one as strict at Whole30. (Seriously, no quinoa?) The fear of veering off course can often lead to eating the same thing over and over (and over) again. Not only is that going to make it less likely for you to stick with it, but your body needs variety to thrive.
Baby step number one: Give your AM meal a makeover. You don’t have to eat scrambled eggs every day just to stick with it. Instead of focusing on what you can’t eat when planning your Whole30 breakfasts, think about all of the delicious and filling ingredients like eggs, fruit, and veggies that you can eat. You can still have pancakes, muffins, and breakfast cake as long as you’re armed with the right recipes. Rounded up here are eight creative and fun ones to get you started.
Keep scrolling for 8 breakfast recipes to avoid Whole 30 burnout.
A dairy-free frittata that hasn’t lost its fluff? Score. This one is loaded with heirloom tomatoes, spinach, peppers, and clean meats. Plus, this recipe makes four servings, so you can feed the whole fam—or yourself for a week.
It says strictly on the Whole30 site that pancakes are a no-go, but… instead of giving up the breakfast classic, why not just tweak it a little? These blueberry banana pancakes are loaded with potassium, antioxidants, and the cinnamon helps with inflammation. Win, win, win.
The great thing about pancakes is once you master how to fit them into you Whole30 diet, you can put anything in them. Try these savory sweet potato cakes loaded with nutrients to support immune health and fight inflammation.
Add a little kick to your morning omelette with some spicy jalapenos. Since eggs are permitted along with vegetables, omelettes are the easiest and quickest option for your Whole30-approved breakfast.
Who said you have to give up morning pastries? These muffins are made with almond flour and are packed with spices and flavor.
Load up some eggs, turkey, mushrooms, and sweet potatoes into a mason jar along with a few other ingredients, and you have the perfect on-the-go breakfast to keep you going all day.
Another great I-have-no-time-and-I’m-running-out-the-door-right-now Whole30 breakfast option is an antioxidant-packed berry smoothie. Cashew butter makes it extra creamy and filling.
Yep, you can even have cake for breakfast. This dish is similar to baked oatmeal and made with sweet strawberries and coconut for the perfect tart combo.
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