10 low-carb breakfast recipes
From curried shakshuka to cauliflower kedgeree and muffins bursting with berries, check out our favourite low-carb ways to start the day
Looking for healthy and delicious low-carb breakfast ideas? Want recipes that’ll keep you going until your next meal? Check out our low-carb breakfasts below (all less than 30g of carbohydrates per serving), then take a look at more of our easy breakfast recipes, healthy snack ideas, healthy sweet snacks and low-calorie snack options. We also have our easy juice recipes for you to try.
10 low-carb breakfasts to try now
Take weekend brunch up a notch with this aromatic shakshuka. Serve with warm rotis to mop up the spiced sauce.
Make this colourful frittata packed with spring greens and crispy chorizo for an easy Spanish-style brunch.
Check out these rhubarb pots for a healthy low-cal breakfast. These colourful creations are simple to make and are high in protein – perfect fuel to start your day.
Try our low-calorie cauliflower kedgeree with smoked haddock. This wholesome weekend brunch is beautifully spiced with cumin, coriander and turmeric.
One for those early risers with a savoury tooth, this quick and easy breakfast idea is high in protein and full of flavour.
Pumpkin seed butter makes the perfect vegan toast topper for breakfast. Serve with apple and chia seeds for an energy-boosting brekkie. Add date nectar for sweetness, or leave out for savoury toast toppings.
Prep your oats the night before to make this quick and easy vegan breakfast for two. It may be low-calorie but it'll leave you feeling satisfied and full until lunchtime.
This omelette is low-calorie, gluten-free, high-protein and ready in just 20 minutes – perfect for a filling breakfast.
Make these fruity muffins for an energising breakfast. Banana and yogurt keep them moist, while the butter, ground almonds and oats make them filling. No added sugar means you’re getting the day off to a good start, too.
Breakfast smoothie bowls are a big trend and it's all about how you arrange your toppings. Experiment with different fruits and veg, and any superfood toppings you can get your hands on.
Tracey Raye is the health editor for olive and BBC Good Food. Tracey, MSc, is a registered nutritionist, holding a master’s degree in Personalised Nutrition. She is passionate about harnessing the power of all things health and well-being – in a way that enhances, rather than limits our lives. She covers our nourishing recipes and collections, oversees our health strategy and stays adrift of the latest health and lifestyle trends in order to bring you the tools and inspiration you need to find what health means for you.