Bagels. Pancakes. Stuffed French Toast. These are almost everyone’s favorite things! Luckily, they’re also super easy to make keto-friendly & low carb. This is a collection of 12 keto breakfast recipes that transform some of breakfast’s most carb-filled dishes. Some of these low carb breakfast recipes come from my site. Others are from a few of my favorite bloggers. I’ve linked to their recipes with permission.
What keto breakfast recipes will you find?
The guide includes 12 low carb breakfast recipes:
- Keto Pancakes
- Everything Bagels
- Keto Waffles
- Stuffed French Toast
- Blueberry Pancakes
- Maple Pecan Cinnamon Rolls
- Instant Pot Quiche Lorraine
- Strawberry Shortcake French Toast Sticks
- Blueberry Coffee Cake
- Keto Breakfast Pizza
- Almond Flour Biscuits (Cheddar & Bacon)
- Maple Pecan French Toast Casserole
This was one of my first keto breakfast recipes where I remade a high-carb dish. These fluffy pancakes require just a few ingredients and one pan. My husband and I love having these on the weekends with sugar-free bacon & honest syrup. These are kid-approved. In fact, when my niece visits us, these are the only pancakes I make now because she enjoys them. Each serving has 5g net carbs.
This is a super simple, modified fathead dough recipe for low carb bagels. In fact, each bagel has 5g net carbs. I’ve used these when I’m craving a Nova Lox sandwich. I also had these when I was feeling a bit nostalgic and had a craving for pizza bagels! This recipe includes almond flour. But, if you’re allergic to almond flour, it includes two options to make low carb bagels with coconut flour too!
These waffles are light and airy on the inside with a crispy outer layer. This is a great option if you prefer waffles over pancakes! Since these waffles were so large, I had a half of one per serving, which totaled 3g net carbs. If you have room in your daily calorie budget, these also work well with the chicken fingers that I made in Keto Chicken & Waffles.
These Low Carb Stuffed French Toast have all of the flavors without the carbs. As you would expect from traditional stuffed french toast, these are stuffed with a sweet cream cheese filling and coated with keto cinnamon sugar! I took this low carb breakfast recipe to the next level by adding in some berries! Each serving is 11g net carbs.
These Low Carb Blueberry Pancakes have fewer than 10 ingredients. They are also just 7g net carbs per serving. They are made primarily with almond flour. The recipe contains a small amount of maple syrup, but if you’re keto, then I’d recommend that you ditch the maple syrup and replace it with Honest Syrup. Another option would be to just use one tablespoon or two of this keto-friendly sweetener. Replacing the maple syrup will also reduce the carbs per serving!
Maple Pecan Cinnamon Rolls are my keto-friendly remake to Cinnabon. They’re made with sweet fathead dough so they have just 5g net carbs per serving. The roll’s center has keto brown sugar, cinnamon, and pecan. I topped these with a maple cream cheese glaze, but you can have these without the glaze or some whipped cream.
One of the easiest ways to cut carbs in a quiche is to eliminate the crust. This recipe is super easy and prepared in 30 minutes in a pressure cooker. If you enjoy quiche but want a low carb crust option, then you can check out my Quiche in a Bacon Cup recipe.
After trying out a modified egg loaf in my Keto Cinnamon Sugar French Toast Sticks, I was inspired to create this dish. These low carb Strawberry Shortcake French Toast include layers of keto french toast sticks, a no sugar added strawberry compote and sugar-free whipped cream. The recipes for the strawberry sauce and homemade keto whipped cream are included.
This keto-friendly coffee cake contains swirls of fresh blueberry and a vanilla almond flour cake. Each serving has 3g net carbs and it takes 40 minutes to make (15 minutes of hands-on time). Love that the recipe includes step-by-step photos. The close-up photo has me literally drooling and excited to make this!
If you’ve ever had an actual breakfast pizza or breakfast nachos, then you might want to try this option! It takes only 5 minutes of cook time and includes popular pizza ingredients. This low carb breakfast recipe is largely carb-free since the crust is actually made from a few eggs.
I love the flavor combination of maple and pecan. This recipe uses a low carb bread substitute to make this french toast casserole. Each serving as about 8g net carbs. You can use any keto bread in this recipe. My personal favorite is this brand (all of the flavors are awesome) that I used in Keto Stuffed French Toast.
These are basically low carb cheddar biscuits with bacon! They’d be perfect with sausage gravy or alone. They take about 35 minutes to make. Each biscuit has 2.5g net carbs. Looking at the recipe comments, some tips to make this recipe even more delicious are adding jalapeno and brushing them with butter as soon as they’re out the oven.