18 Low-Carb Breakfast Recipes: Egg Scrambles, Egg Casseroles & More

Aug 9 2019
If you're keeping an eye on your carbs, chances are you've discovered how important eggs are to your mornings. But a basic scramble can get boring FAST. So we've got a big list of breakfast recipes with less than 10 grams of carbs per serving, from microwave scrambles to make-once-eat-all-week dishes!

Make It in a Mug

No time? Cook breakfast in your microwave! These delicious egg mugs are ready in 10 minutes or less…

More Single-Serving Standouts

Time to get creative! These unexpected egg breakfasts are out of this world…

Make-Ahead Recipes (Cook Once, Eat All Week!)

Cooking up a big batch of breakfast ahead of time will save you time AND set you up for healthy-eating success. Most of these bake up in the oven, but you can make that last recipe in your Instant Pot. (What’s that? You don’t HAVE an Instant Pot? This one’s been spotted at 20% off!)

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Chew on this:

Tomorrow, August 10th, is National S'mores Day. We would hate for you to miss out, so we're telling you in advance. Now please enjoy these s'mores-inspired recipes

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