Four Great Egg Breakfast Recipes for the Holidays

A lot of us are used to our breakfast routine. We know what we like, and we know what is best for our blood sugar. Once you have found your groove, it is easy to have the same thing every day. It’s great to start the day with a healthy routine. But, at this time of year, it can be difficult. Guests make us branch out. You have to feed them, and you might feel honor-bound to go beyond fresh fruit.

We love eggs in the morning. They are low in calories but high in protein. They give us plenty of energy without carbs! Give these four delicious recipes a try this holiday season, and you may find your go-to breakfast that you just haven’t tried yet!

Keto Egg Cups


We love these egg cups because they are delicious, you can change the filling so easily, and you can make them ahead, they reheat fast and nicely in the microwave in under a minute! That’s great. We love making batches of foods we can pull out when guests come around! An egg cup has 137 calories and right around one gram of carbs. Double-check your nutritional information when you change the ingredients and make the recipe your own. Get the recipe here.

Breakfast Burrito “Tortilla”


Neuliven Health is based in Southern California, so everyone in our office is a fan of breakfast burritos. The problem is that the tortilla makes them too carb-heavy for people with blood sugar concerns. That’s why we love this recipe for an egg-based tortilla. Put whatever you like in these tortillas and enjoy a healthy breakfast burrito you won’t have to worry about. Each tortilla has 118 calories, three grams of carbs and two grams of fiber! Get the recipe here.

Cream Cheese Pancakes


Pancakes are another food that folks who are watching their blood sugar avoid. These are cream cheese-based and almost taste like cheesecake. Make sure you use a brand of low-carb cream cheese to enjoy this meal. These pancakes couldn’t be simpler. You blend the ingredients together and then cook them just like any other pancakes you enjoy. A serving of four pancakes is 344 calories and 3 grams of carbs. Get the recipe.

Flourless Savory Breakfast Muffins


We love these grain-free muffins made from seeds and nut flour. They are tasty. You might not have all the ingredients and may have to go to a health store. However, the muffins are worth it, and the alternative flour and meal you need can easily be used in other dishes. If you have flours you prefer, you can sub them in. Following this version, a muffin has 148 calories, five grams of carbs and two grams of fiber. Get the recipe.
We hope these recipes soon become staples in your kitchen because we’re fans of how tasty and straightforward they all are! Hopefully, armed with these, you'll be able to feed anyone who stops by, whether or not you were expecting them.

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