1)IF through breakfast
2)Expand your mental definition of “breakfast food”. Leftover dinner makes a great breakfast.
3)Hot beverage with some MCT or coconut cream and collagen protein powder
4)smoothies with collagen powder and coconut cream included. Toss in an avocado too. Creamy.
5)Eat the avocado with a spoon and skip the blender
Have you tried flaxseed muffins? They’re really good! And you can make them in advance, keep them in your fridge and then reheat in the microwave when you get up. Also good to take with you as a snack or for lunch.
I make a big batch of ” meatballs” every two weeks and grab one or two for breakfast. 2 pounds gf beef, 1 lb sausage, 1 lb frozen chopped spinach (thawed and liquid pressed out) 4 eggs and 1/2 lb cheddar shredded. I don’t season, but you can add anything else here- I loosely pile (don’t pack, they’ll get tough) in 24 muffin cups and bake for 15 minutes at 350. let sit (to reabsorb the fat that cooked out) then cool and wrap and freeze. I add a small amount of sugar free sauce and shredded mozzarella sometimes on top a a couple meatballs, you can chop and add to cauliflower pizza, a ton of easy uses when you have these premade.
Banting cereal. Different recipes online but basically
100 grams hazelnuts
100 grams walnuts
100 grams sunflower seeds
100 grams almond flakes
3 tbsp coconut oil
2 tsp dried ginger ( I often just use fresh and use more)
1/2 tsp nutmeg
bake for 10-15 mins at 325-350?depending on oven
Louise Hendons cookbook ” The Essential Keto Cookbook ” also has a great nut granola recipe on pg 35
bulletproof coffee is what I’m going to start doing.