Four Low-carb Breakfasts Perfect for Fall

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It’s been a while since we covered breakfasts. We love breakfast food. Now that the clocks have fallen back, mornings are lighter, and we wanted to celebrate with fun food! But muffins, pancakes and cereal are so high in carbs. People with blood sugar concerns often default to scrambled or fried eggs, fruit and low-carb toast. That’s a great breakfast. But it can get repetitive.

We always suggest taking Glucocil with your two largest meals of the day. We often have people reach out and ask if it’s okay that they take it with breakfast, but they eat a larger breakfast than lunch. Our answer is yes, of course. Take Glucocil with your two largest meals, whichever ones that might be! The question shows us that our customers like breakfast as much as we do. So, today we wanted to cover yummy fall breakfast options.

Cheese Cauliflower Hashbrown Waffles


Everyone loves waffles. There are a lot of low-carb waffle recipes. Some are great. Others have a disappointing texture. This recipe stands out for being totally different. You’ll put away the syrup when making these cauliflower rice waffles with cheese and bacon. They are savory, crispy and excellent on a fall morning when you want something hot to start the day! Instead of butter and sugar-free syrup, top them with sour cream and green onions. A serving has 203 calories, three grams of carbs and one gram of fiber. Get the recipe.    

Sausage and Butternut Squash Frittata


Squash is one of our favorite vegetables of the fall. It’s delicious and full of fiber. It’s a great stand-in for potatoes, and you can cook it in so many ways! It’s perfect in this frittata. We also love frittatas because they are like a more crispy omelet that you don’t have to worry about flipping! The only thing you have to keep in mind with a frittata is that you put the pan in the oven, so use one with an oven-safe handle. This recipe couldn’t be easier and is a perfect way to start the day. A serving has 341 calories, eight grams of carbs and two grams of fiber. Get the recipe.  

Butternut Squash Breakfast Hash


If you’re a fan of breakfast hashes, this is your new fall favorite. Using squash instead of potatoes, you get fewer carbs and a tasty fall flavor profile. This hash is packed with vegetables and meat, so you’ll start your morning full and ready to go! A serving has 213 calories, 11 grams of carbs and two grams of fiber. Get the recipe.

Keto Low-carb Pumpkin Oatmeal


We’re done with Jack-o’-lanterns. But it’s still pumpkin season. We enjoy oatmeal on cold mornings. We’ve written in the past about the ways you can keep oatmeal low-carb. This recipe does it by actually removing the oats. That’s right. It’s actually n’oatmeal! Using hemp, flax and chia seeds, you get a low-carb “oatmeal” with tons of protein, fiber and fewer carbs! The recipe also uses pumpkin puree and pumpkin pie spice to make it an excellent fall breakfast. A serving has 507 calories, 20 grams of carbs and 12 grams of fiber. Get the recipe.  

We hope these recipes help you start your fall days warm, full and satisfied. The mornings are light because of the clock change, and these breakfasts will help make them even brighter!

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