So, for some variation and fun, why not give this keto breakfast stack a try – the “buns” are made from fried portabella mushrooms which provide a juicy and meaty bite.
You can also make this recipe AIP-compliant by omitting a few small non-AIP ingredients.
Egg-Free Keto Breakfast Recipes
We’ve also got a ton of other ketogenic breakfast recipes that’ll keep your carb intake low and help keep you in nutritional ketosis. Here are a few of our favorites:
1. Ketogenic Green Smoothie
Smoothies are a great way to start your day. They’re easy to make and filled with nutrition.
2. Keto Nut & Seed Granola
Who says you can’t have granola on a ketogenic diet. This simple mix can be customized to your tastes – simply replace with the nuts or seeds that you want to use. Just make sure you don’t overeat this as nuts and seeds can be very addictive.
3. Keto Coconut Coffee or Tea
Give your morning caffeinated drink a keto boost with some ghee and coconut oil (or MCT oil). You’ll get a rich and creamy coffee with foam on top. Give it a try – you might be hooked!