1. Leftovers. After a while on paleo, this becomes quite normal with, I personally find, the exception of fish.
2. Soup. Also perfectly normal and often very soothing. Add an avocado if you are having chicken soup.
3. Big ass salad. This makes a great alternative to typical breakfasts and can be a paleo lifesaver if you’re having breakfast or brunch in a restaurant.
4. Raw fresh fruit. With cheese, if you’re primal, nuts if you’re paleo.
5. Banana and Cream ‘Oatmeal‘.
6. Primal Breakfast Casserole (eggs.)
7. Smoothies. Kefir, coconut milk or water for the base, fruit for flavor, maybe greek yogurt, raw eggs or protein powder for more substance.
8. Meat and veggies. Bacon, sausage, steak and sautéed cabbage and onions.
9. Coconut porridge.
10. BLT paleo-style. Wrap bacon, tomato, avocado and any other veggie or meat you like in a lettuce leaf.
11. Green smoothies. If you’re not so great at getting your greens in, one of these will set you up for the day.
12. Apple and celery with pecan or almond butter.
13. Coconut pancakes (eggs) or banana almond butter pancakes (egg) with berries.
14. Jerky with avocado.
15. Avocado mashed up with salt and pepper with bacon covered in hot sauce. (Franks and Tropical Pepper Co. XXXXtra Hot Habanero Pepper Sauce look the best.)
16. Smoked salmon (watch for sugar,) or sardines with spinach and onions. Chicken breast and just plain fresh cooked salmon also work well with this combo.
17. Strawberries and whipped (by your own hand!) cream if you’re primal.
18. Mixed nuts, berries, coconut shreds. Add a banana and almond milk to make ‘cereal.’
19. Egg-free, grain free, pumpkin zucchini muffins. (I made these at the weekend and they were pretty good!)
20. Paleo ‘cereal.’Unsweetened applesauce, a dash of coconut milk, almond butter warmed and mixed up together with a dash of cinnamon and nutmeg.
What do you have for breakfast? Tell us in the comments!