Paleo Diet Meal Plans: What to Eat for Breakfast
Keep the veggies mellow.
Vegetables like broccoli, spinach, zucchini, and asparagus all pair well with eggs. A quick scramble or omelet is a tasty way to start your day with a healthy dose of veggies.
Sip on soup.
Especially nice in colder months, a mug of soup can be a gentle, delicious way to start the day. Try creamy butternut squash soup or simple beef or chicken broth poured over vegetables, cooked protein, and a hard-boiled egg.
Try a fry-up.
The traditional British fry-up includes grilled tomatoes and mushrooms with eggs and breakfast meats. It’s a hearty way to start the day and comes with built-in vegetables.
Keep it cool.
Arrange a plate with cold smoked salmon, a few hard-boiled eggs, a cucumber cut into thin slices, and a handful of grapes or berries. It hits the Paleo Big Three in a deliciously big way.
Dig into leftovers.
No one says you can’t eat leftover lasagna or chili for breakfast. Think of it as brunch served a little early. And just about any casserole or curry feels like breakfast when you top it with a fried or poached egg.