5 Balanced Low Carb Breakfast Recipes

You have found 5 delicious and filling low carb breakfast recipes. Follow this yummy step-by-step guide to more.

5 Low Carb Breakfast Recipes

We have brought together 5 different low-carb recipes made with eggs, which are indispensable for breakfasts. Get a recipe for each weekday morning and head to the kitchen.

There is no doubt that you will be loaded with vitamins with these recipes that are easy to prepare, budget-friendly, delicious, and will also make your breakfast with a balanced meal. If you’re ready, let’s start.

Low Carb Breakfast Recipes

1. Breakfast Salad (1 Serving)

Low carb breakfast recipes

Low carb breakfast recipes – Breakfast salad

There is plenty of protein to vitamins in this recipe with less carbohydrate content in it. It is a very healthy and very light breakfast. Without further ado, let’s get to the recipe.

Nutritional Facts

Calories: 372

Net Carb: 3g

Total Fat: 32g

Protein: 17g


Boiled egg (2 large)

Olive oil (1 tbsp)

Parsley (1 tbsp, chopped)

Black olive (3 olives)

Green olive (3 olives)

Tomato (3 cherries)

White cheddar cheese (2 tbsp, chopped)

Salt and pepper to taste

Recipe – 15min prep / 7min cooking time

Chop the tomatoes and cucumbers and put them in a large bowl.

Add chopped parsley, diced cheddar cheese, olives, salt, and pepper, and mix.

Add olive oil and spices and mix again.

Boil the egg and peel it, then cut it into quarters and place it on your salad.

Tip: If you wish, you can chop half a green pepper into your salad. This will improve the taste of the salad, but be aware that it may slightly increase the carb value.

Recommendation: You can use low-carb cheese as much as you want.

2. Red Lentil Pancakes Dish (1 Serving)

Red lentil pancakes dish

Pancakes prepared with a single ingredient that you can’t even think of, meet with fresh green salad, eggs, and cheese, resulting in a very stylish, low carb, and filling dish. This breakfast will be enough to be a great motivation to wake up.

Nutritional Facts

Calories: 586

Net Carb: 10g

Total Fat: 50g

Protein: 20g


Lentil Pancakes:

Red lentils (3 tbsp, washed)

Water (1 cup)

Salt to taste


Tomatoes (2 cherries)

Fresh mint (10 leaves)

Parsley (0.5 cups, chopped)

Olive oil (3 tbsp)

Lemon juice (1 tbsp)

Salt to taste

Lemon Flavored Curd Cheese:

Curd cheese (3 tbsp)

Lemon zest (Half lemon)

Olive oil (0.5 tsp)

Thyme, chili flakes

For Breakfast Dish:

Egg (1 no)

Olive oil (1 tsp)

Smoked Turkey (2 thin slices)

Black olives (4 olives)

Recipe – 10min prep / 10min cooking time

Add water to the red lentils and cook in the microwave for 6 minutes.

Add salt to the cooked lentils and pass them through the blender until smooth.

Heat the crepe pan.

Oil the pan.

Recommendation: Take some oil on a napkin to grease the pan, then spread it to the pan.

Now transfer the lentil puree to the pan.

Shake the pan to spread the batter and cook until the edges separate from the pan.

After making sure that the bottom part is cooked with the help of a spatula, turn it over and cook for another 1-2 minutes.

Finely chop the cherry tomatoes for the salad.

Chop the parsley and fresh mint coarsely.

Combine salad ingredients in a bowl.

Add salt, olive oil, and lemon and mix.

Heat 0.5 tsp of olive oil in a small pan.

First, add the egg white to the pan and cook for 2 minutes.

Then add the egg yolk, salt, and pepper, cook for 1 more minute and remove from the stove.

Mix the curd cheese with lemon zest, chili flakes, thyme, and olive oil.

Take all the breakfast dishes you have prepared with smoked turkey and black olives on a serving plate.

Tip: You can also use bacon instead of smoked turkey.

3. Fried Boiled Eggs (3 Servings)

Low carb breakfast recipes

Fried boiled eggs

People have different tastes when it comes to egg recipes some like fried eggs, boiled, or poached. But have you ever tried boiled and then fried eggs?

So we hard boil them first and then fried them in heated butter. And how delicious can eggs be when the aromatic ingredients are completely blended with butter?

Here is the answer to this question in your kitchen. You will be amazed by the taste.

Per Serving

Calories: 166

Carb: 1g

Total Fat: 16g

Protein: 5g


Eggs (3 eggs)

Butter (3 tbsp)

Chili flakes (1 tsp)

Pepper (0.5 tsp)

Thyme (0.5 tsp)

Salt to taste

Recipe – 5min prep / 10min cooking time

First, hard boil the eggs.

Recommendation: For easy peeling of eggshells, you can put a few slices of lemon inside while boiling.

Peel the hard-boiled eggs and cut them in half.

Melt enough butter in a pan.

Be careful not to burn the butter.

After the butter starts to heat, lay the eggs with the yolk sides facing the butter.

Let it fry like this for 1-2 minutes, then sprinkle chili flakes, salt, pepper and thyme on it and remove from the stove.

Tip: If you wish, you can serve it by pouring garlic yogurt on it, but remember that this may increase the carb value a little.

4. Sausage Eggs in a Cup (1 Serving)

Sausage eggs in a cup

Here is a delicious non-carb egg recipe with its presentation, taste, and healthy cooking method.

Nutritional Facts

Calories: 101

Net Carb: 0g

Total Fat: 8g

Protein: 7g


Egg (1 egg)

Sliced sujuk/sausage (2 slices)

Olive oil (0.5 tsp)

Paprika and salt to taste

Recipe – 1min prep / 6min cooking time

Grease the cup with olive oil.

Slice the sausages into small pieces.

Crack the egg into the cup.

Sprinkle with salt and add the sausages.

Place the cups in the pot and add enough hot water to the pot to come halfway up the cups.

Cover the pot and cook for 6-7 minutes.


Invert the cup onto a serving plate and remove the egg inside.

You may need to tap the cup lightly.

Serve by sprinkling powdered red pepper and thyme on top.


When the top of the cups starts to turn white, it means that they have become soft in 1-2 minutes.

If you want it cooked harder, you can cook it for a while longer.

5. Korean Egg Rolls (1 Serving)

Korean egg rolls

You’ll love the low-carb version of these Korean egg rolls. Even though it had onions and carrots in the original, we changed it a little to create a low carb version.

You can still change the stuffing as you wish, but just make sure you chop the ingredients extra small. Here are the step-by-step low carb egg rolls.

Nutritional Facts

Calories: 458

Net Carb: 7g

Total Fat: 30g

Protein: 37g


Egg (5 eggs)

Milk (5 tbsp)

Green pepper (2 tbsp, finely chopped)

Mushroom (2 mushrooms)

Sausage (1 link, little)

Spice mix (0.5 tsp)

Salt to taste

Recipe – 10min prep / 15min cooking time

Chop our sausages, mushrooms, and peppers as small as possible.

Tip: You can grate mushrooms and pepper if you are not sure you can chop very finely.

Beat our eggs well in a bowl.

Add milk, salt, and any seasoning you want, and whisk some more.

Add the chopped or grated ingredients to the beaten eggs.

Pour olive oil into a small bowl, then grease a large skillet well with a brush.

Keep the bowl because you may need to use a little more.

After the pan is heated, take 1 ladle of the mixture and pour it into the pan.

Roll one corner of the pancakes, which are cooked on low heat, until halfway.

Reapply oil with a brush to the exposed part, since you rolled it.

Then pull the roller back towards the part where you applied oil, and this time apply oil to the other part that remains open.

Pour the egg mixture back into the part you just greased with a ladle and repeat the same steps after cooking.

When the mixture is finished, your roll will probably be finished.

As the last step, if you are sure that it will not fall apart in medium heat, you can fry the outer parts a little more.

Tip: If your eggs tear when you roll and pull them back, you can pour some egg mixture into the torn part.

While rolling the eggs, you can spread some cream cheese.

Bottom Line

You can make any additions and cuts to all recipes. For example, those who do not like mushrooms can cut it from the list and add a little more green pepper instead.

However, make sure that the carb ratios of the ingredients you replace for these additions are not more than the ratio of the ones you cut from the recipe list.

Share your replacement ingredients and ideas with us in the comments.

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