Eggs have caused a lot of controversy in the health world over the years. Do they cause high cholesterol? Should you not eat the yolks? Should you eat the yolks? There may never be a clear answer, and that’s okay because if you’re reading this right now, you’re about to discover 7 eggless weight loss breakfasts. You’re sure to find an eggless breakfast for you here–savory, sweet, protein-packed, no sugar-added–whatever your breakfast taste buds desire.
This healthy breakfast looks AND tastes like dessert! With natural sugars, 12 grams of fiber, healthy fats from the almond butter, and 7 grams of protein, you’ll be up and ready to conquer the day after enjoying this eggless breakfast.
Get your savory-breakfast-fix without eggs by enjoying this simple, healthy breakfast.
Looking for something quick and easy, yet healthy? This breakfast is the breakfast for you! Our recipe is super efficient, and the best part is: you can swap out the peanut butter for any nut butter you have on hand and/or the strawberries and banana for any other fresh fruit in your fridge.
Not only does this recipe lack eggs, but it also lacks added sugar–making it perfect for diabetics and anyone else trying to cut back on sugar. On top of that, it also provides the sweet, autumn taste of pumpkin that’s comforting all year round.
This parfait is loaded with omega-3s thanks to chia seeds, and it’s full of protein thanks to Greek yogurt. This recipe makes four servings, so you could either make parfaits for the whole family or use this recipe as meal prep for yourself for multiple days.
Just finished a workout? Starving? Want to feel full without breaking your diet? Then this smoothie is the perfect post-workout breakfast for you! It contains fourteen grams of protein without tasting like it does! It’s sweet, filling, and the perfect, eggless way to cool down after a great workout.
Make these overnight oats to get the luscious taste of French toast without eggs. Along with feeling satisfied due to the sweetness, your appetite will also be satisfied–and for longer–due to the healthy fats in coconut milk and the fiber in oats. Plus, just like French toast, you can top these overnight oats with whatever toppings you want (preferably healthy ones).