If you love Starbucks Sous Vide Egg Bites: Bacon & Gruyere, you’re going to love Dana Carpender’s amazing low-carb and gluten-free version which is healthier and less expensive to make. Low-Carb dieters will love these velvety smooth Bacon and Gruyere Sous Vide Egg Bites which only have 2g carbs per serving—7g less per serving than Starbucks! Take them anywhere and everywhere!
Low-Carb Breakfast Recipes from CarbSmart.com
Low Carb Comfort Food Scramble For Two is a great Low-Carb Gluten-Free breakfast for dinner recipe. Eggs for dinner are particularly good when you’re crunched for time or for when the food budget for the week is shot.
Sometimes you just need a little something special. This low-carb Raspberry-Cream Cheese Omelet makes a delicious breakfast and a decadent treat! It’s quick and easy to prepare so even on the busiest of mornings you can pamper yourself without worrying the time. It’s high in protein, rich, creamy, and good to the last bite.
Guess what? This favorite Fat Fast Recipe for breakfast will keep you full for hours. And don’t forget – Sausage & Eggs is super easy any time of the day!
Omelets are not just for breakfast. This tasty and super quick to prepare Low-Carb Gluten-Free Lemon Garlic Chicken Omelet is perfect any time of day. This recipe serves 1-2 people depending on just how hungry you are. Because I always keep some of the Garlic and Lemon Chicken Breasts in freezer, this omelet is one of my go-to recipes.
These Low-Carb Gluten-Free Chocolate Streusel Muffins are an easy-to-make tasty and unique treat for breakfast, brunch or snacks. If chocolate for breakfast is wrong, I don’t want to be right!
This Low-Carb Gluten-Free Southwestern Breakfast Casserole is delicious and perfect for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a brunch for friends and family. Because it cooks in the crock pot, you can go about your day while it cooks. It also stays fresh very well in the refrigerator if you want to make it on a Sunday and use it for a week’s worth of breakfasts.
This Low-Carb Gluten-Free Pizza Frittata recipe is perfect when you only have yourself to worry about feeding. It is a single serving of rich, gooey, yumminess. Most importantly, it doesn’t take long to prepare. If you’re in a rush, you can use canned or jarred mushrooms instead of fresh; if you do, there is no need to sauté them. You can also substitute your own favorite pizza toppings for those I’ve suggested. This frittata can be served for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!
Di’s Low-Carb Spinach Quiche is not only great holiday dinners and large gatherings, but it also makes a tasty breakfast dish or appetizer. Because I originally developed this Low-Carb Spinach Quiche recipe for a holiday party, I chose to use an organic frozen spinach for the sake of expediency. Obviously, if you have the extra time and would rather use fresh spinach, feel free. Just remember to leave yourself a little extra time to clean and trim the spinach.
These decadent muffins are a cinch to make but be prepared to send each guest home with the recipe. Whether entertaining or looking for a gourmet grab and go meal, these muffins are also easy to freeze. FREE recipe from CarbSmart Low-Carb & Gluten-Free Fall and Winter Entertaining.