Carb Free Breakfasts - 5 Easy Morning Meals

You are looking for no carb breakfasts, and you are tired of eating foods like bananas, carrots and cereals that do have carbs?

You can easily create breakfast meals by putting together foods that have no carbs by default, and foods that have so few carbs that the amount of food added doesn't even sum up to a single carb. For example, if 100 grams contain 2 grams of carbs, then 30 grams will contain what can be called "no carbs". You'll burn the few traces of carbs simply by standing in the kitchen and making the meal!

To read a whole list of no carb foods, both real no carb and calculated no carb, check out my post about no carb foods.

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Here are some breakfast ideas for you:

1. Eggs and salad

Fry several eggs in a pan, spice up with pepper and salt, and add endive salad. You can eat as much as you like and it will probably still count as no carb due to the ridiculously low amount of carbs.

2. Cheese cubes, eggs and meat

Imagine a breakfast that has all the usual ingredients of a breakfast: Cheese, eggs, meat and perhaps butter. Only one typical thing is missing: bread. Why think so complicated when you only have to leave out the one carb bomb?

3. Salmon carpaccio

Salmon is often used with buns or bread for breakfast, so why not eat salmon on its own, perhaps with salad added?

Salmon carpaccio consists mainly of sliced raw salmon. You can add olive oil, lemon juice and spices to your liking.

4. Meat and salad

Use any combination of super low carb vegetables like lettuce, water cress, radish, endive, celery or spinach together with beef or chicken that you fry. The result will be a nice mix of meat and salad that you can spice up with salt, herbs and spices. Depending on the spices you use, you can end up traveling the world. Indian spices, Mexican spices, Singaporean spices... everything is possible.

5. The good old protein shake

You don't have much time for breakfast before you need to go to work? Simply make a protein shake. Just two requirements: The protein powder should have less than 1% carbs. And you should use water to mix it with. This is the quickest breakfast you can have, and it's a no carb meal of its own.


Conclusion



You don't need to be a genius to figure out how to make no carb breakfasts. Just choose foods that have no carbs, or foods that have so few carbs that small amounts don't matter. Then combine these foods until your breakfast is ready. The best thing: If you start your day with a carb free breakfast, your blood sugar level stays stable and you won't develop a craving. Just drink a lot of water to keep your stomach full until your next meal, which should be several hours ahead in the future.
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