Breakfast is the easiest meal of the day on Paleo. The only hard part is hooking up with a good supplier of pasture raised eggs and pork.
Breakfast 1: Eggs and Bacon
Pretty much, every morning we eat eggs. they take about five minutes to cook and I can't find a healthier food to feed my kids. Cook the bacon first and use the grease to cook the eggs. Or put the bacon in the broiler and cook the eggs inNature's Way Coconut Oil, 32-Ounce OR 100% Organic Ghee from Grass-fed Cows, 32oz (clarified butter see Homestead How To Movies to Learn to Make It).
Breakfast 2: Smoothies
Smoothie # 1
I have made over fifty smoothie concoctions. This is the single one all three kids eat:
Organic Frozen Blueberries (fresh in season)
Kale or Spinach - handful per person
tsp Raw Organic Honey per person
I add a teaspoon ofNow Foods Spirulina 500mg, Tablets, 500-Count
I have one kid who hates bananas, but this is a great smoothie to heat up in cold weather.
Frozen banana ( I buy brown organic bananas at Kroger when they go on sale and stick them in the freezer. This turns them into pudding. To thaw, stick in warm water or microwave for 30 second and squeeze out.)
Teaspoon of Now Foods Spirulina 500mg, Tablets, 500-Count
Breakfast 3: Waffles
Waffle Makers are amazing things! I used to make pancakes but I was always undercooking, overcooking, and I could never get them round.
Kale, Spinach, or Green Powder
*When my kids say, "Mom, can't we just this once have regular waffles?" I sometimes fold and usePamela's Ultimate Baking and Pancake Mix, 4-Pound Bags (Pack of 3) . It is simply the best gluten free product out there. I have tried them all.
Breakfast 4: Sausage and Egg Bake
Pound of grass fed, organic sausage
4 Pasture Raised, Organic eggs
Line a baking dish with ghee or coconut oil and mix ingredients together. My sausage is already seasoned so I just bake it at 375 for 25 minutes.
Breakfast 5: Soaked Oatmeal
This is not paleo, but it is gluten free. Make sure your kids can tolerate oats before adding them.
Gluten Free Organic Oatmeal
Soak oats in spring water over night on the stove. In the morning, heat to a boil for five minutes and serve with ghee, almond milk, honey, and sea salt.