9 Quick and Easy Paleo Breakfast Recipes

I'm always looking for Paleo breakfast ideas, and these recipes look amazing! There are recipes for sweet potato hash with sausage and eggs, Paleo breakfast porridge, a smoothie bowl, frittata, breakfast bars, and more. Perfect for a quick and easy Paleo breakfast. Collected on FoodKollective.com

Let me guess, it’s breakfast time and you need a Paleo-friendly recipe. Right? Whether you are in the mood for a frittata, smoothie bowl, sweet potato hash, or Eggs in Hell (what?), we’ve rounded up some of the best Paleo breakfast recipes from around the web. You’ll be using simple ingredients, and the meals can be made in 30 minutes or less. Score! Now you can eat well, get ready, and jumpstart your day in a hurry.

Eggs In Hell with Italian Sausage from averiecooks.com. I was looking for Paleo breakfast recipes and this looks really good! I can't wait to make this for a quick and easy breakfast. Collected on FoodKollective.com
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1. Eggs In Hell with Italian Sausage

30 minutes | 5 steps | 10 ingredients

Eggs in Hell? What’s that? We didn’t know either until we found this incredible Paleo-friendly recipe. Eggs In Hell, or Eggs in Purgatory, is a twist on the traditional Israeli dish called “shakshuka”. It’s a delicious tomato-based egg recipe that will soon become a fan-favorite in your household. This recipe adds in crumbled Italian sausage which give it extra protein and a boost of flavor. With a pan-to-plate time of just 30 minutes, you can be out the door or have an incredible Paleo breakfast ready for guests in a flash.

See recipe at averiecooks.com

 

Sweet Potato Hash with Sausage and Eggs from deliciousmeetshealthy.com. I'm always looking for Paleo breakfast ideas, and this one looks amazing. Its a Paleo hash that is perfect for a quick and easy Paleo breakfast. Collected on FoodKollective.com
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2. Sweet Potato Hash with Sausage and Eggs

30 minutes | 6 steps | 6 ingredients

Hash is a classic breakfast recipe that is always a quick and easy crowd pleaser. This Paleo-friendly version is ready in just under 30 minutes. And it will fill your belly with plenty of protein for the long day ahead (over 20 grams per serving!). Just quickly fry up some sausage and sweet potato, crack a couple eggs on top and this Paleo sweet potato hash is good to go! YUM.

See recipe at deliciousmeetshealthy.com

 

3 Minute Ultimate Paleo Breakfast Porridge from paleoglutenfree.com. I'm always looking for Paleo breakfast ideas, and this one looks amazing. Its a Paleo porridge that is perfect for a quick and easy Paleo breakfast. Collected on FoodKollective.com
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3. Three Minute Ultimate Paleo Breakfast Porridge

3 minutes | 3 steps | 7 ingredients

Coming in at #3 is a Paleo breakfast porridge that can be made in three minutes. Made from shredded coconut, almond flour, flax meal, and a little cinnamon and honey (for a touch of sweetness), this is a hearty bowl of goodness that will keep you satisfied well into your day. We encourage you to top it with chopped nuts, fruit, or almond butter to make it even more delicious!

See recipe at paleoglutenfree.com

Berry Superfood Smoothie Bowls from loveandlemons.com. I was looking for Paleo breakfast recipes and this looks really good! I can't wait to make this for a quick and easy breakfast. Collected on FoodKollective.com
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4. Berry Superfood Smoothie Bowls

5 minutes | 2 steps | 5+ ingredients

Sticking with the breakfast-in-a-bowl trend, here is a fantastic Paleo smoothie bowl to jump-start your morning in a flash. Frozen berries and spinach make up the bulk of this bowl. And though they are “superfoods” by themselves, we recommend kicking it up a notch with a teaspoon of acai powder. It’s loaded with nutrients and antioxidants that will have you feeling great!

See recipe at loveandlemons.com

Paleo Pumpkin Pancakes from fitfoodiefinds.com. I was looking for Paleo breakfast recipes and this looks really good! I can't wait to make this for a quick and easy breakfast. Collected on FoodKollective.com
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5. Paleo Pumpkin Pancakes

5 minutes | 4 steps | 7 ingredients

Whip up a batch of these Paleo pancakes in just 5 minutes! That gives you an extra 25 minutes to enjoy them before rushing out the door. Made with egg, pureed pumpkin, and a little almond flour, these pancakes are super easy to make. Just whisk the ingredients together and pour onto a hot griddle. They’re ready to flip when the bubbles pop! Serve with real maple syrup and enjoy.

See recipe at fitfoodiefinds.com

 

Baked Bubble & Squeak Cakes from wallflowerkitchen.com. I'm always looking for Paleo breakfast ideas, and this one looks amazing. Its a Paleo Baked Bubble & Squeak Cake that is perfect for a quick and easy Paleo breakfast. Collected on FoodKollective.com.
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6. Baked Bubble & Squeak Cakes

27 minutes | 5 steps | 2+ ingredients

Got some leftover veg from dinner the night before? Give it a quick whirr in the ‘ol food processor and then shape the mixture into balls or patties. Pop those little hunks of veggie-love into the oven and you have a delicious (and nutritious) Paleo breakfast that is ready in less than a half-hour. And no, we still have no idea why they are called “bubble and squeak” cakes.

See recipe at wallflowerkitchen.com

 

Easy Spinach and Tomato Frittata from averiecooks.com. I'm always looking for Paleo breakfast ideas, and this one looks amazing. Its a Paleo spinach and tomato frittata that is perfect for a quick and easy Paleo breakfast. Collected on FoodKollective.com
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7. Easy Spinach and Tomato Frittata

10 minutes | 5 steps | 4+ ingredients

Frittatas are easily one of our favorite go-to recipes in the morning. And this Paleo frittata recipe is no exception. Ready in about 10 minutes, this is the perfect Paleo breakfast for that busy someone who wants to eat well in the morning, but not spend a lot of time preparing their food. Flip the broiler on high, beat some eggs in a bowl and add them to an oven-safe fry-pan with sautéed spinach and tomato. Put the pan under the broiler until the egg is set and, voilá!

See recipe at averiecooks.com

 

Protein Breakfast Bars from wallflowerkitchen.com. I'm always looking for Paleo breakfast ideas, and this one looks amazing. Its a Paleo protein breakfast bar that is perfect for a quick and easy Paleo breakfast. Collected on FoodKollective.com
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8. Protein Breakfast Bars

20 minutes | 7 steps | 10 ingredients

For the perfect grab-n-go breakfast, make sure you make a batch of these incredible Paleo protein breakfast bars. Packed with nuts and seeds (and a little dried fruit), they make a filling and protein rich breakfast. Making these in the morning? They’ll be ready in about 15 minutes. Just make sure you let them cool a little before cutting them up! It’s a super easy Paleo breakfast.

See recipe at wallflowerkitchen.com

Paleo Egg Cups from ahealthylifeforme.com. I was looking for Paleo breakfast recipes and this looks really good! I can't wait to make this for a quick and easy breakfast. Collected on FoodKollective.com
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9. Paleo Egg Cups

18 minutes | 7 steps | 5 ingredients

This quick and easy Paleo breakfast is packed with protein and flavor. In each cup is a one whole egg, strip of crispy bacon, and serving of veggies. Make these in under 20 minutes, or make them the night before. They warm up great! Grab one or two as you are heading out the door for a perfect hand-held Paleo breakfast.

See recipe at ahealthylifeforme.com

 

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Andrew LeBrun

Chief Food Officer at the Food Kollective | Andrew has a love for gourmet food. Whether its cooking for family, friends, or just for two, he's always looking for ways to put a creative spin on classic recipes.

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