The Whole30: Day 27

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“You ate what!?  For breakfast?!?!?”  Yep, I have been getting that a lot lately… something about telling people that you enjoy eating butternut squash for breakfast just doesn’t sound like your typical morning pick-me-up.  Well I can say this – if you haven’t tried it you are seriously missing out!

Just because the Whole30 excludes dairy, grains, and sugar, doesn’t mean that your Whole30 breakfasts need to lack taste or energy!  I have loved eating my Whole30 breakfasts!  In fact I love them so much, they are definitely one thing I am going to keep after the Whole30.  I feel full longer… more energized… and I am not craving sugar or coffee come mid-morning.  I am a fueled machine all the way until lunch.

Here are my top 5 breakfast ideas that I have been LOVING on the Whole30.  These 5 ideas are simple and easy to prepare before work or an early morning workout!

  1. Arugula & Roasted Butternut Squash Energy Bowl
    –  1 Handful of Arugula lettuce
    –  1 Serving of Roasted Butternut Squash Spiced w/Cinnamon
    –  2 Soft boiled eggs
    –  Coconut shavings
    –  Assorted seeds* optional

  2. Granny Smith Apple & Avocado Energy Bowl
    –  1 Handful of Arugula
    –  1 Granny Smith Apple
    –  1/2  Avocado
    –  2 Soft Boiled Eggs
    –  Almond Shavings
    –  Coconut Shavings* Optional
    –  Assorted Seeds* Optional

  3. Coconut Scrambled Eggs w/ Granny Smith Apple
    –  3 Eggs
    –  1-2 tbsp. Coconut Milk
    –  1 Granny Smith Apple
    –  Salt & Pepper
    –  Coconut Shavings* Optional

  4. Citrus Punch Energy Bowl
    –  1 Handful of Arugula or Spring Mix Lettuce
    –  1 Orange
    –  1 c. Cucumber
    –  2 Soft Boiled Eggs
    –  Crushed Walnuts* Optional  

  5. Dinner for Breakfast
    –  1 Handful of Arugula or Spring Mix Lettuce
    –  Last night’s dinner leftovers

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