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Breakfast.  Your first meal of the day. Regardless of what time of day you have it, starting your day off with a healthy Low Carb meal will set your day up right. 

You will:

  • Avoid energy slumps and brain fog
  • Feel satisfied. This will reduce hunger mid-morning (less snacking)
  • Feel sharp and focused.

How do you like your eggs?

Check out our Egg Cheat Sheet:

Ask any Low Carber about what they have for breakfast, and you will probably hear that ‘eggs’ are their go-to option unless they are unable to eat eggs of course.

They are super quick to prepare and you can use them in a variety of ways.

You can simply cook the eggs in whatever style you choose, add some Low Carb sides (Veggies, Cheese, Bacon, Salmon, Low Carb toast, Nuts, Good fats) and you have a meal that will power you throughout the morning.

Can’t have eggs?

If you are unable to eat eggs or choose not too. Simply choosing Low Carb foods like Cheese, Meats, Fish, Low Carb veggies and nuts is an option 🙂 – Tip: Leftover dinner is also a great brekkie option 😉



Another great way to use eggs is making an omelette or frittata. Simply pick your favourite combination of veggies and protein and combine in a tray and bake. 


The following recipes are packed full of healthy low carb vegetables, protein and good fats. Breakfasts like this are fantastic for those of us that are time poor. You can always make a batch large enough to cover a week of breakfast.

Salmon Frittata

Carbs per serve: 0.6g

This super simple salmon frittata recipe is packed full of healthy green vegetables, and salmon with is a great source of protein, as well as Omega 3 fats

Salmon Frittata

Spinach and Feta Frittata

Carbs per serve: 0.7g

This easy Spinach and Feta Frittata is the perfect batch cook recipe. You’ll have portions for the next day!  A vegetarian-friendly recipe that is super easy and tasty.

Here are another 2 recipes that are time savers, and ideal for bulk cooking.

Easy Bacon Fritters

Carbs per serve: 2.7g

The Easy Bacon Fritters were super quick to put together. Perfect for an on-the-go brekkie of the savoury kind 🙂 It is also a recipe that you can pretty much use whatever leftover ingredients you have in your fridge, mix and match every time.


Cheesy Vegemite Rolls

Carbs per serve: 2.8g

These Cheesy Vegemite Rolls are a perfect brekkie on the go, or anytime you need a healthy snack. For lovers of Vegemite and Cheese. These are super low in carbs and have over 10g protein per roll.


It’s back on the menu. Keep it simple with just 2 x slices of our Low Carb bread with your favourite Low Carb Topping. Two slices of our bread have only 5.6g carbs


Or make Toasties.

Mushies on Low Carb Toast

Carbs per serve: 6.6g

The easiest mushrooms on toast you will ever have! Earthy and flavoursome, and super low in carbs. A great vegetarian choice.

Ham and Cheese Toasty

Carbs per serve: 8.1g

Nothing beats a classic Ham, Cheese and tomato toasty. This Low Carb Ham Cheese Toasty is quick, simple and super tasty.

Not really into savoury as a breakfast choice?


Our Low Carb Granola is perfect with greek yoghurt for a quick brekkie. Another quick and easy recipe that you can have a little fun with. Pick your favourite nut and seed combinations.

2.4g carbs per serve


Low Carb Porridge!

Carbs per serve 3.5g

Perfect for a chilly winters morning, or anytime you feel like porridge.



No need for anything super fancy. Just a one serve of our Low Carb Pancake Mix prepared as directed will give you an easy brekkie choice. with only 5.6g carbs per serve. (even with the toppings of Sugar-free Maple and butter) However, you can top your pancakes with any Low Carb toppings of your choice.

e.g. Sugar-free maple syrup, Chia Berry Jam, Greek yoghurt, Cream, Fresh or Frozen berries, Peanut Butter, lemon juice and stevia, Coconut yoghurt.


Muffins are back on the menu. Usually avoided when living Low Carb. However, if you use our Low Carb Vanilla Cupcake Mix, you can create a Low Carb brekkie muffin with your favourite Low Carb additions.

Berry and Chia Muffins

Carbs per serve: 3.1g

These Low Carb Berry and Chia muffins are perfect for a breakfast on the go. The great thing about this easy recipe is that you can choose any berries you like + any combination of nuts to create a new flavour every time. 😀


Blueberry Muffins 

Carbs per serve: 4.6g

Store bought blueberry muffins usually come with a carb load of 30g+ These Blueberry muffins have a fraction of carbs but are super fruity and tasty.

Super Low Carb Blueberry Muffins


Apple Raspberry Muffins

Carbs per serve: 6g

Super fruity with the natural sweetness of the berries and apple, without the sugar load that store-bought muffins contain. Perfect for a brekkie on the go.

Low Carb Raspberry Muffins


Carrot Cake Muffins

Carbs per serve: 7.7g

Super healthy and Super filling Carrot Cake Muffins. How can you not feel amazing eating these, or serving to your friends and family? Topped with extra Walnuts to add some crunch and packed full of veggies too.


If you are a little more flexible with your carb intake, or in the mood for a  more ‘treat’ type breakfast. The following recipes are still lower than how they are traditionally made but sit higher than the breakfasts listed above.

Check out our LowER Carb breakfast options.

Fruit loaves are another ‘best avoided’ when living low carb. Most cafe style loaves and slices are super high in carbs. By using our Low Carb mixes, you create a LowER carb alternative that will keep you full for longer.


Raisin Toast

Carbs per serve: 8.2g

Raisin toast is a favourite of many, unfortunately, it isn’t low carb. One piece of cafe style Raisin toast can vary between 25-43g of carbs!!! By using Our Low Carb Sunflower and Linseed bread mix, you can create a LowER Carb Raisin Bread Loaf, and you also get the added benefits of sunflower and linseed 👍

Banana Bread

Carbs per serve: 8.7g

A favourite of many, but as we know regular Banana Bread is packed full of sugar. By using our Low Carb Vanilla Cupcake mix and super ripe banana’s, you can create a LowER carb alternative that hits the spot!


Buttermilk Pancake and Yogurt stack with Blueberries

Carbs per serve: 13.4g

This Buttermilk Pancake and Blueberry stack only take minutes to put together. By using our Low Carb Pancake Mix, you can create an indulgent brekkie with a fraction of the carbs.

Breakfast Parfait

Carbs per serve: 14.5g

Our  Breakfast parfait is a nice alternative to a warm brekkie and still comes with a hefty dose of Protein and fibre so you feel satisfied.

Breakfast parfait


For more great Low Carb Recipes click here, or to view our complete range of Low Carb Baking Mixes, click here