In this week’s The Paleo Solution – Episode 88 Robb Wolf and Greg Everett talk about what to eat for breakfast if you don’t wan to eat eggs every day.
The general recommendation is dinner for breakfast. Just make more dinner and eat that for breakfast the next day. That is something I also do on a regular basis and which works pretty well.
They also mentioned another tasty breakfast recipe (pdf).
Nutty Hot Cereal
Time: 10 mins
1 C almonds or pecans
1 medium sized apple, quartered
1 Tbsp cinnamon (This will help increase insulin sensitivity)
1 C water
Makes 2 cups
Place all ingredients in blender and puree.
Pour into medium sized saucepan. You may need to rinse the blender with an additional
¼ cup of water to get all the cereal. Bring to a boil. Reduce temperature immediately and
allow to simmer for 5 minutes covered. If thicker consistency is desired, allow to simmer
Included in the above document is also a nice breakfast pancakes recipe.
Apple Cinnamon Paleo Pancakes
Time: 20 min
1/4 C of ground walnuts or almonds
1/4 C coconut milk
1/2 small apple, or 1/4 large apple
1/2 – 1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 C blueberries
I think that I used to live for breakfast with pancakes. I gave them up several years ago,
but now I’ve found a way to make them that turn out every bit as good as the ones that I
used to love. These pancakes make a great part of a 5X fat meal.
Coat two non stick skillets with coconut butter.
Grind the nuts in a coffee grinder or food processor, or do as I do and just buy the
preground nut meal packets at Trader Joe’s. Place all of the ingredients except the
blueberries in a blender and mix well. Pour the mixture evenly into a skillet, then heat on
the range at medium heat. Several minutes per side is usually enough. Don’t burn them!
These pancakes are difficult to flip, so I just turn the skillet upside down, flipping the
pancake into the other skillet to cook the other side. No messy, torn pancakes! Serve
topped with the blueberries. I like to heat the blueberries
a bit first. Enjoy!