This nourishing breakfast bowl recipe is a filling, egg-free way to start your day. It's the perfect AIP breakfast recipe, and if you're sick of eggs on Paleo or Whole30 – but yet still want tons of nutrients, this is your bowl!
I've been kind of knee-deep lately in Autoimmune Paleo Protocol (AIP diet) recipes as I'm trying to build up a really good database of recipes, meal plans, freezer meal plans, and batch cooking plans for my new membership, the Autoimmune Collective.
It's been a lot of fun to create a bunch of new dishes. Believe it or not, I love working with a limited number of ingredients – it really challenges creativity!
See also: The ULTIMATE Guide to the AIP Diet– everything you need to know to be successful!
One of the dishes I've made that I really enjoy is this AIP breakfast recipe – a nourishing AIP Breakfast Bowl. It's also Paleo and Whole30 compliant, and a nice break from eggs for breakfast.
Of course you could eat this any time of day, but I think it's a delicious breakfast option! If you want MORE breakfast options, be sure to check out my 10 AIP Breakfast Ideas post!Print
This AIP breakfast recipe is also Paleo & Whole30 compliant and a great alternative to eggs in the morning. Full of nourishing fats, protein, and veggies – it will keep you full until lunch!
- 1 tbsp Coconut Oil or other fat
- 8 oz pre-sliced Baby Bella or Crimini Mushrooms
- 2 cloves Garlic, minced
- 1 tsp Fresh Thyme (or 1/4 dried)
- 1 lb ground Chicken or Pork
- 1 tsp Primal Palate Breakfast Blend OR (a pinch each of: Sea Salt, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, dried Oregano, Cinnamon, Turmeric, and Sage)
- 1/2 bunch Kale, diced
- 4 Radishes, sliced
- 1 Avocado, sliced
MEAL PREP: You can make the sausage and slice the veggies during a meal prep session, but I'd cook the mushrooms and kale to order.
Keywords: autoimmune paleo, aip, paleo, whole30, egg-free, quick, healthy
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