Egg-Free AIP Breakfast Round-Up

It doesn’t take much to overdo eggs when you are following a Paleo lifestyle. We get it – they are a delicious, diverse, affordable protein, but there are so many other delicious, nutrient-dense options to be enjoyed, especially at breakfast, with just a little creative thinking. And especially for those who are following an autoimmune protocol, there is no such thing as having too many egg-free breakfast ideas on hand!

Inspired by our recent recipe share for Apple & Bacon Not Potato Breakfast Hash, we thought it was about time we round up some other amazing egg-free breakfast recipes, that are also AIP compliant. We often come across so many amazing recipe ideas when we are filling our Pinterest boards, and wanted to flag some of the tasty egg-free breakfast eats that have recently caught our eye! Enjoy!

Egg-Free AIP Breakfast Round-Up as seen on PaleoParents.com

1. Apple & Bacon Not Potato Breakfast Hash, by US

2. Sweet Potato, Apple and Pancetta Hash, by Gutsy by Nature

3. Breakfast Hash Casserole with Butternut Squash & Cilantro, by A Squirrel in the Kitchen

4. Pork, Sweet Potato and Red Onion Hash, by Comfort Bites

5. Kale, Bacon & Butternut Squash Hash, by The Whole Life Balance

Egg-Free AIP Breakfast Round-Up as seen on PaleoParents.com

1. How to Make Maple Bacon,  by Everyday Maven

2. Savory Lamb Sliders, by FlabsToFitness

3. Breakfast Sausage, by The Paleo Mom

4. Breakfast Stack, by Comfort Bites

5. Slow Cooker Pulled Pork, by Beyond the Bite


Egg-Free AIP Breakfast Round-Up as seen on PaleoParents.com

1. Sweet Potato and Greens Breakfast Sauté, by Raising Generation Nourished

2. Spring Breakfast Chicken Soup, A Squirrel in the Kitchen

3. Sweet Potato Skillet, by Paleo Gone Sassy

4. Creamy Sausage Soup with Greens, by Meatified

5. Healing Greens Bisque, shared by The Whole Life Balance


Egg-Free AIP Breakfast Round-Up as seen on PaleoParents.com

1. Nut-Free Paleo Drop Biscuits, by The Family that Heals Together

2. Savory Breakfast Cookies, by The Curious Coconut

3. Blueberry Topped Baked Sweet Potato, by Comfort Bites

4. Apples and Bacon Loaded Sweet Potato, by A Squirrel in the Kitchen

5. Buttermilk Biscuits, by The Curious Coconut
Egg-Free AIP Breakfast Round-Up as seen on PaleoParents.com

1. Oven Baked Pumpkin Spice Pancakes, by Gutsy by Nature

2. Plantain and Apple Fritters, shared by Plaid & Paleo

3. Plantain Waffles with Berry Compote, by Pure & Simple Nourishment

4. Perfect Paleo Pancakes, by The Paleo Mom

5. Blueberry Pancakes, by Eat Play Love…more

6. Cassava Waffles, by Tasty Yummies


Egg-Free AIP Breakfast Round-Up as seen on PaleoParents.com

1. Banana Protein Pudding, The Family that Heals Together

2. Pumpkin Cinnamon Roll N’Oatmeal, by Grok Grub

3. Matcha Smoothie Bowl, by Comfort Bites

4. Coconut Panna Cotta, by Whole New Mom

5. Avocado Green Smoothie, by Paleo Flourish Magazine


We hope you enjoy this egg-free breakfast round-up and find a number of recipes to incorporate into your breakfast rotation!

And if you think of other clutch egg-free creations that we missed, please be sure to link up to them in the comments. We are always on the hunt for meal inspiration!

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  • leslie

    I have been saving this page and finally got to look at it. So many great ideas! I am all over those soups. I know yous talk about that a lot, but these ideas reinvigorate my purpose to make some breakfast soup. My kids loove bone broth soups, so I think even the picky one who takes a long time to wake up and be happy will eat it. I also just happen to have all the ingredients for your apple bacon hash this morning!
    I did notice you had thepaleomom’s perfect pancakes, which I think are brilliant, but they have eggs. I can’t eat eggs anymore (my poor nursing 17 month old gets crazy eczema ). I have bad luck subbing gelatin in pancakes… the panckaes gum up my pans. Is there a sub for eggs in those recipes?

  • Amy

    I love how many ideas you have for egg free breakfasts, but I’m not sure where to start. Any suggestions on what would be easiest to get a 2 year old to eat. Keep in mind she has to be dairy free and egg free, and daycare won’t let her have nuts or strawberries…the 2 things she will consistently eat. I tried doing smoothies in the reusable pouches, but daycare kept throwing them away; I tried sending the smoothies in a bowl so she could eat it like a soup…but she’s 2, so she wore more than she ate. Right now, I’m not sure what to do and ended up sending Cheerios because I think they’re gluten free, I was in a pinch, and I wasn’t sure what to do, but I’d like to get her off all grains.

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