Quick Paleo Breakfast Ideas

Paleo Breakfast Baked Eggs and Avocado | eMeals

Picture this: A leisurely cup of coffee on the porch while reading the headlines, plenty of time to get ready without being rushed, and a hot cooked breakfast.

This is NOT my morning routine.

Despite my best intentions to get up just a little bit earlier, my mornings always end up rushed and hectic. Weekday breakfasts often consist of grabbing a granola bar and an apple or a yogurt at best, or at worst, settling for an extra cup of coffee and no breakfast at all.

I’ve found that with a little planning and prep work the night before, there are some quick and healthy breakfast options that will fit into my busy schedule. And now, eMeals is launching a new Paleo Breakfast and Lunch plan, which do all the work for me! To celebrate the launch, here are five quick Paleo breakfast options to try.

BIG-BATCH BOILED EGGS

Prepare a large batch of hard-cooked eggs at the beginning of the week for a grab-and-go breakfast on the run. Take along an avocado or apple to enjoy with your egg, and you’ve got a morning meal that’s ready when you are.

Related Article: How to Make Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs

1-MINUTE MICROWAVE EGG SCRAMBLE

Don’t have time to stand over the stove scrambling eggs? Try making them in the microwave. Combine 1 large egg, 1 tablespoon water and 1/4 cup chopped vegetables in a coffee mug coated with cooking spray. Microwave on HIGH 30 seconds. Stir and microwave 30 to 45 seconds longer or until eggs are thickened and set.

MAKE-AHEAD FRITTATA

Frittatas are one of my favorite make-ahead breakfast options because they’re just as good served cold or at room temperature as they are hot. Use leftover cooked or raw meat and vegetables from dinner for a flavorful filling. Make it the night before, cut into wedges, and package the wedges individually for an easy morning without the stress of preparing breakfast.

Related Article: All About Frittatas: The Perfect Budget-Friendly Meal Solution

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GRAIN-FREE GRANOLA

Cereal is a breakfast go-to for the obvious reason: convenience. Just because you can’t have grains with Paleo doesn’t mean you can’t have “cereal.” Make your own grain-free granola with a combination of nuts and dried fruit. Enjoy with fresh fruit and almond milk for a classic “cereal and milk” kind of breakfast that’s still Paleo friendly.

DAIRY-FREE SMOOTHIES

Mix up a filling smoothie with your favorite frozen fruit and coconut milk or 100% fruit juice. Add fresh greens, like spinach or kale, for an extra boost of nutrients.

Related Recipe: Paleo Green Smoothie

More Information:

Paleo Meal Planning Shopping Guide

Paleo Packable Lunches

Paleo Snacks

BAKED EGGS AND AVOCADO

 

Paleo Breakfast Baked Eggs and Avocado | eMeals

To celebrate the launch of the eMeals Paleo Breakfast plan, we’ve included one of the recipes from the new plan below, a superfast, five-ingredient Paleo-friendly breakfast that’s destined for your regular recipe rotation. Interested in learning more about our Paleo Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner meal plans? Click here!

Baked Eggs and Avocado
 
Recipe By:
eMeals Plan: Paleo
Serves: 6-8
Ingredients
  • 4 ripe avocados
  • 8 large eggs
  • 1 teaspoon each salt, pepper and paprika
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 425°F. Cut avocados in half lengthwise, and remove pits.
  2. Using a spoon, scoop out a little of the avocado to create a deeper well for the egg. (Do not remove the skin from the avocado.) Balance each avocado half in a muffin pan cup to make it level.
  3. Crack 1 egg into each avocado half. Sprinkle with salt, pepper and paprika.
  4. Bake 15 minutes for soft-set eggs or 20 minutes for hard-cooked eggs.

 

-Text by Jessica Cox, RD

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