LCHF Mediterranean Diet Breakfast Ideas
Low carb Mediterranean diet breakfast ideas you can enjoy over and over again. What I love about the Mediterranean lifestyle is that you can actually enjoy these great breakfast ideas for dinner too. The Mediterranean diet sticks to healthy, accessible staples and we focus on low carb fusions. Try delicious, nutritious foods that are satisfying and simple to whip up. These protein-packed Mediterranean diet breakfasts ideas are a great way to kick-start your day without excessive carbs :
Mediterranean Bacon Spinach and Eggs
This Mediterranean Bacon Spinach and Eggs make a flavorful lazy breakfast or simple supper. These eggs are perfect for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner. They’re super savory and will surely be a new favorite of yours. Click here for the complete recipe.
Spinach and Mushrooms Omelette
The Spinach and Mushrooms Omelette is a great way to start your day or for as a vegan dinner.Start off your day or finish it in a tasty way with this Spinach and Mushrooms Omelette. Easy to make, and tastes as you got it from a fancy restaurant! Click here for the complete recipe
Cauliflower and Avocado Patties with eggs
This cauliflower toasts patties with avocado and eggs is the perfect low carb breakfast, brunch or dinner. It’s tasty, easy to make and best of all it’s easy LOW CARB. make your own low carb brunch with these cauliflower toasts. You’ll love it! Click here for the complete recipe
Italian Frittata With Spinach and Chorizo
This Italian Frittata With Spinach Onion and Chorizo is super easy to throw together and reheats well all week long. It’s even delicious cold, making it perfect for back to school or for a quick low carb meal on the go between work and the gym. Click here for the complete recipe.
Shakshuka With Eggplant Recipe
This is one of the flagship Israeli dishes that take America and the world by storm lately. The base of the Shakshuka is a delicious combination of eggs and tomatoes seasoned with cumin and paprika. Click here for the complete recipe.
Frittata Bacon, Spinach and Mushrooms
Every once in a while I love making a frittata as part of a light dinner. It is also a great breakfast dish. This is the ultimate low-carb Mediterranean dish if you ask me. Originate in Italy, but I made my own fusion to it. Click here for the complete recipe.
Healthy Chopped Salad – Mediterranean Style
Shakshuka with Tuna
The recipe of Shakshuka with Tuna is one of the flagship Israeli dishes that take America and the world by storm lately. It’s a perfect recipe for a low-carb breakfast. Click here for the complete recipe.
Shakshuka with Merguez
The Shakshuka is a staple of the Israeli kitchen and it’s taking America and the world by storm lately. It is custom to eat the this for breakfast or dinner. Click here for the complete recipe.
Mediterranean Israeli Salad With Avocado in Olive Oil and Lemon Dressing
The avocado has a long list of health benefits with its unsaturated fats and nutrients that are known to help naturally lower LDL and raise your good HDL cholesterol. Click here for the complete recipe.
Mediterranean Israeli Organic Salad with Tahini
The Salad with Tahini is a staple in the middle east kitchens. The Israeli and Arabic kitchen is often using Tahini as the paste on many dishes. Click here for the complete recipe.
The Greek Omelet is a simple, colorful and delicious four-cage free egg omelet. Adding spinach, tomatoes, olives, and Feta cheese to get the rich greek flavors. Click here for the complete recipe.
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