Don’t tell my grandpa, but breakfast is more than just eggs. If you’re in a breakfast rut and looking for an alternative to the same old morning foods, we think you will love these delicious breakfast ideas without eggs.
Weekend mornings are perfect for sleeping late, sipping coffee and enjoying a delicious homemade breakfast. If you avoid eggs for dietary reasons, don’t like eggs, or have ever experienced opening the fridge to discover you are fresh out of eggs — these eggless breakfast ideas are just what you need.
We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so don’t skip it just because you can’t find easy breakfast ideas! Even if you aren’t a breakfast kind of person, you’re going to want to try these filling breakfast recipes that don’t require eggs (or with egg-free options).
From oats to donuts and even pancakes you can enjoy each of these tummy-filling breakfast ideas without eggs!
Are you looking for an easy & hearty breakfast? Then you came to the right place. This Peanut Butter Overnight Oats recipe is filled with tons of fiber and protein. It's suitable for anyone looking for a healthy breakfast and craving a well-balanced meal.
This SUPER Easy Monkey Bread will be perfect for a quick breakfast or even dessert. You can feed a crowd with this deliciousness. Since we use store bought biscuits, you can have it made in just a few minutes time.
You will find this Biscuits and Gravy Casserole quick, easy, and perfect for feeding a crowd. A southern dish that is sure to be comforting and very filling. Since we start with store-bought biscuits, the dish can be ready in no time at all.
This is one of my favorite healthy breakfast ideas for busy mornings. A few simple ingredients - frozen banana, flaxseed, almond milk, almond butter, maple syrup, and cinnamon - and you have a yummy breakfast on the go!
(I like to add a little protein powder and chia seeds too.)
Sweet potatoes in a breakfast hash is one of my favorite healthy breakfast recipes! Delicious and filling, this one pan meal and is basically vegetable stir fry, and is the perfect savory flavor side dish for breakfast, brunch, or even dinner!
Bell pepper and red onion are my favorite additives, but you can add in cauliflower rice, tofu scramble, or any veggies you like. This was one of my favorite Whole30 breakfasts, but I eat it all the time!
If you want a sweet breakfast treat, this delicious recipe is one to try! Blackberry Cheese Danish is filled with lemon-thyme cream cheese, and topped with luscious blackberries on a buttery puff pastry crust. It’s finished with a sugar glaze that makes breakfast time truly delightful!
These amazing Raspberry Lemon Ricotta Pancakes are the perfect weekend breakfast when you want to take the time for something a little special.
(FYI this recipe does include eggs as an ingredient, but pancakes are a great option if you want a breakfast other than plain eggs. You can use an egg substitute, such as 1/4 cup applesauce in place of an egg .)for truly eggless pancakes
Steel Cut Oats in the Instant Pot make a delicious and healthy breakfast that will provide you with nutritional benefits and give you a boost throughout the day! It takes less than 20 minutes to be ready.
If you've ever done the Whole30, you know that sometimes you really just want breakfast without eggs! This Whole30 Sausage Skillet with veggie noodles is pure comfort food. I love the sweet and spicy components here, a result of using carrots… but you can use kohlrabi noodles too. They’re a little lower in carbs and more neutral in flavor.
This easy homemade granola is crunchy, slightly sweet and oh, so good! It’s easy to make and it will soon be your new favorite granola recipe. Add it along with your other favorite toppings - your favorite berries, some fresh fruit, or even a handful of chocolate chips - to a big bowl of yogurt for a good breakfast with lots of protein!
Jumpstart your health with this delicious and easy mixed berry pomegranate smoothie recipe! All-natural, superfood ingredients are blended together to form a delicious, nourishing, and antioxidant-packed breakfast, afternoon snack, or post-workout recovery drink. This is one healthy drink that doesn’t sacrifice taste!
(If you prefer smoothie bowls instead of a drink, add some high protein Greek yogurt and a little bit more ice to make your smoothie thick enough to eat with a spoon.)
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Amanda is a mom of 4 living a mostly crunchy lifestyle outside of Atlanta, GA with her husband, 2 dogs, and a cat. As a former special education teacher who also has her personal training certification — Amanda really enjoys teaching others how to do things!
When she’s not working, Amanda enjoys DIY projects, exercising, photography, hiking, and long walks through Target.