Allergic or sensitive to eggs?
Tired of eggs for breakfast?
Boy, are you in luck!
How about an enormous round-up of 90 nourishing, egg-free breakfasts?
From hot porridges, muffins, and hash to cold probiotic parfaits, smoothies, and cereals, from sweet to savory and everything in between, and even breakfast bars and cookies for those mornings when you’re pressed for time, here are 90 egg-free breakfast ideas and recipes to re-vamp your mornings and get you and your family excited about breakfast again!
Muffins, Quick Breads, and Biscuits
Bananas + chocolate in a classic, yet allergy-friendly quick bread? Yes, please! Via raiasrecipes.com.
Lighten up your mornings with these fluffy, soaked biscuits! Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
Here’s a moist banana bread for everyone. With no gluten, eggs, or nuts, this recipe is sure to be a winner for every lifestyle. Via raisinggenerationnourished.com.
These muffins have a hearty flavor and a soft texture. They’re not too sweet, so they’re perfect for snacks or breakfast. Via raiasrecipes.com.
A highly adaptable muffin recipe that can be dairy-free and egg-free, soaked or sourdough! Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
These super delicious muffins get most of their sweetness from bananas, with just a touch of coconut sugar. Via fastpaleo.com.
Simple, rustic, sourdough English muffins are an ideal addition to your egg-free breakfast! Top with cheese or cream cheese, jam, or butter and honey! Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
Super moist and deeeeeeelicious — what more could you want in a muffin? Via blwideas.com.
Not ready to introduce eggs to your little one? No worries! Here’s a muffin that’s packed with wholesome fruit and veggies. Use sprouted flour to make them even more friendly for baby’s tummy. Via itsnaptimesomewhere.com.
If old-fashioned cake doughnuts are your thing, you may like these even more! Via delightfuladventures.com.
Add a touch of cinnamon-y sweetness to your egg-free morning with these nourishing spelt biscuits! Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
Not a morning person? Not to worry. These grain-free, egg-free banana muffins will save your mornings and your sanity! Via ponderingsfrommyheart.com.
Porridges and Cereals — Hot and Cold!
Do you love the idea of chocolate cereal for breakfast? Add some enzymes and antioxidants to that cereal, and you won’t even miss those eggs! Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
Did you know buckwheat is a nutrient-rich powerhouse that’s actually a seed and not a grain? It has prebiotic benefits, so it’s good for your gut too! Via bring-joy.com.
Muesli is as simple as can be. It combines the traditional, necessary step of soaking (to neutralize anti-nutrients and improve digestibility) with the ease of a put-in-your-bowl-and-add-milk instant breakfast. Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
A nutrient-dense veggie porridge — you won’t believe what the secret ingredient is! And even kids love it! Via eatbeautiful.com.
This is breakfast comfort food at its finest. Via heathersfrenchpress.com.
Whether it’s the ease of pouring something into a bowl without cooking or the enjoyable sweet crunch, there’s just something about a bowl of cereal. Via thespunkycoconut.com.
This creamy pumpkin wonder is sort of a cross between a pudding and a porridge. Whatever it is, it’s sure to please on a chilly fall morning! Via raiasrecipes.com.
The combination of bananas and coconut in this grain-free oatmeal really pairs well with the blueberries. Via pureandsimplenourishment.blogspot.ca.
Eat this nutrient-packed bowl of butternut squash porridge with plenty of fat to get all the benefits of those fat-soluble vitamins. Via lovelovething.com.
A hot and steamy bowl of carrot cake… There is no way you can go wrong with that! Via laurelofleaves.com.
We all want something quick in the morning and are so used to pouring something from a packet, so this is a great healthy alternative. Via ditchthecarbs.com.
Deliciously crunchy, addicting, and highly processed cereal. One bowl never felt like enough. Well folks, if you’ve ever been a Grape Nuts lover, this cereal is so spot-on, I will be surprised if it doesn’t bring you back. Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
If you’ve ever been on a restricted diet, you know that desperation can make your creativity flow. That’s how this GAPS Diet mom came up with a delicious porridge made from … cauliflower. Via lovelovething.com.
If you’re missing oatmeal because you can’t have grains, this alternative will have you in your oatmeal happy place again. Via agirlworthsaving.net.
This allergy-friendly oatmeal will add variety and warm comfort to your egg-free mornings. Via www.grassfedgirl.com.
A delicious, healthy oatmeal substitute that you can top any way you like! Via empoweredsustenance.com.
This recipe captures the flavor and texture of oats — without oats! Via thenourishinghome.com.
Pancakes and Waffles
Just a simple, beautiful sourdough pancake recipe served alongside some bacon or sausage — and who misses the eggs?? Via practical-stewardship.com.
These nourishing pancakes are not only soaked to reduce enzyme inhibitors, they’re totally gluten-free! But so yummy, the author’s husband had to double-check because they’re just too good to be true! Via raiasrecipes.com.
A quick morning breakfast … that doesn’t come from a cereal box and isn’t scrambled eggs? Done. Via raisinggenerationnourished.com.
Pancakes with fresh green plantain are good for the gut and the soul, especially if you’re following a restricted diet. Via thecuriouscoconut.com.
Fluffy, simple, allergy-friendly pancakes. 🙂 Via lovelovething.com.
Let’s all start having Saturday morning pancakes again! Via lexieskitchen.com.
Light, soft, and chewy pancakes to please the palate and the belly! Via carrotsncake.com.
These pancakes are like Thanksgiving for breakfast! Via raiasrecipes.com.
Easy to flip, very few ingredients, and ready to jazz up with your favorite toppings? Check, check, and check! Via purelytwins.com.
It’s a pain to attempt egg-free recipes that are, quite literally, a flop. Use a tried-and-true recipe instead and enjoy breakfast success every time. Via thenourishinggourmet.com.
If grain- or gluten-free waffles leave you feeling kinda meh, these waffles are totally allergy-free and just about as close to pulling an Eggo out of the toaster as you can get! Via vibrantlifearmywife.com.
Savory Egg-Free Breakfasts
Use up your soured raw milk to make these flakey, nourishing biscuits. Via nourishingjoy.com.
Love sausage but not the harmful ingredients (nitrates, MSG, corn syrup) that come with it? Make your own! Via nourishingsimplicity.org.
You can feed a house full of egg-free folks with this cheesy breakfast casserole! Via recipestonourish.com.
This Southern favorite just might have your family jumping for joy whether it’s breakfast or dinner! Via raiasrecipes.com.
This winter hash pairs duck bacon’s rich depth of flavor with the warm umami of mushrooms, the subtle sweetness of winter squash, and the bright tartness of cranberries for a comforting yet festive result. Via grokgrub.com.
If oatmeal, porridge, and muffins are getting old for you and no one else, change things up for yourself with this egg-free skillet for one. Via simplyhealthyhome.com.
These sausages are just what your pancakes, waffles, or oatmeal need to give you a morning protein boost without eggs. Via recipestonourish.com.
Cheesy southern goodness with just three ingredients and zero corn! Via raiasrecipes.com.
A hearty casserole can last for days, making it the answer to the morning’s age-old question, “What’s for breakfast?” Via agirlworthsaving.net.
Once you try this slightly spicy breakfast sausage, you won’t go back! Via thenourishinghome.com.
Breakfast Bars and Cookies
These versatile bars are hearty enough for breakfast and convenient enough to pack in your pocket if you’re running late and find yourself eating in the car in the morning. Via eatbeautiful.com.
A cross between a lemon bar and a shortbread cookie, these lemon breakfast cookies have a sweet lemon flavor and a really soft texture. Via raisinggenerationnourished.com.
Capture the flavor of the apple harvest in these allergy-free bars and enjoy them for quick breakfasts or snacks all year long! Via raisinggenerationnourished.com.
This carrot cake is very, very good and a family favorite! Sweetened with apples and dates, it’s also allergy-friendly. Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
If you’re a stickler for “no sweets for breakfast”, you’ll be surprised that this no-sugar buckwheat brownie captures the flavors of chocolate and peanut butter in such a delicious, unsweetened package. Via raiasrecipes.com.
Quick enough to make before school or whip up a double batch and store in the freezer to grab all week long — The Ultimate Breakfast Cookie gives hungry kiddos a healthy start to their day. Via raisinggenerationnourished.com.
In a rut and need to change things up? How about a molasses bar for breakfast or snack time? Via raisinggenerationnourished.com.
Mouth-watering cranberry bars with no gluten, refined sugar, or eggs. Via nutritionicity.com.
Get your day off on the right foot with energizing superfoods! Via wellnessmama.com.
This slightly sweet breakfast cookie is filling and energizing. Make a double batch and grab out of the fridge on crazy mornings. Via againstallgrain.com.
Smoothies and Shakes
When citrus fruits are plentiful in the winter time, use them up in this anti-inflammatory smoothie! Via recipestonourish.com.
One serving of this smoothie is enough to get you going and keep you full until lunch because it’s packed with healthy fats and gut-healing collagen. Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
Who doesn’t love a good strawberry milkshake that’s sugar free?! Via simplyhealthyhome.com.
This is a Trim Healthy Mama S smoothie that’s rich with chocolate, peanut butter, and protein. Via simplyhealthyhome.com.
If you love the nostalgic flavor of orange creamsicles, you’ll adore this smoothie! Via recipestonourish.com.
Chocolate-y goodness with a probiotic punch? Who says you need eggs for breakfast? Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
Get your kiddies to drink their greens and start their day off in one of the healthiest ways possible! Via raisinggenerationnourished.com.
Now this is what I call a refreshing summertime breakfast! Via recipestonourish.com.
Sweetened only with dates, this is one yummy protein shake! Via thespunkycoconut.com.
Smoothies are the perfect snack or addition to a breakfast. Given the right ingredients, they can even make an entire meal — like with this one. Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
A banana split with gut-friendly yogurt instead of sugar-laden ice cream? That’s a breakfast I think we can all get behind. Via thenourishinghome.com.
Why spend the money and get all the icky ingredients of commercial fruit-on-the-bottom yogurt cups when you can so easily make your own? Via nourishingjoy.com.
Everybody can pick their toppings and fillings for this cool breakfast! Via thenourishinghome.com.
Add a bit of sweet to the tartness of your kefir, plus superfoods, when you make a kefir parfait. Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
The anti-nutrients in oats are neutralized by soaking in yogurt overnight — and breakfast is done by assembling a parfait the night before! Via thehealthymaven.com.
Make these yogurt parfaits ahead of time, and enjoy your morning rather than rushing through it. Via livesimply.me.
Berries, yogurt, granola, toppings: simple, beautiful breakfast. Via simple-nourished-living.com.
Miscellaneous Egg-Free Breakfasts
Raise your hand if you’ve always dreamed of apple crisp for breakfast! Me! I have! Via simplyhealthyhome.com.
Rice pudding goes from blah to gourmet, from dessert to breakfast in this dairy-free, egg-free version. Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
If you love potatoes but not the pounds they add to your hips, learn how to make “squash browns” instead! Via ohsweetmercy.com.
Nothing is quite so hearty and simple as a slice of toast in the morning. Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
Gone are the days of boxed, artificially flavored and colored breakfast pastries. Enjoy your own, homemade pop tarts with no guilt. Via agirlworthsaving.net.
This quick walnut apple crisp is warm and delicious, especially when topped with a bit of cream or coconut cream. Via raiasrecipes.com.
Egg-free breakfasts don’t have to leave you unsatisfied and hungry. This pumpkin breakfast mash proves it! Via digprimal.com.
Make crispy hash browns that DON’T get soggy and DON’T stick to your skillet! Via nourishingsimplicity.org.
More Egg-Free Breakfasts!
- Apple-Sweet Potato-Pumpkin Muffins: Date-Sweetened, Gluten-Free, Egg-Free, Dairy-Free
- Cold Quinoa Breakfast Cereal
- Gluten-Free 4-Grain Breakfast Porridge
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