Keto breakfasts aren’t just eggs and bacon, much to the relief of those of us with a sweet tooth. There are many ingenious substitutions you can make to your favorite sweet breakfast recipes. You won’t have to go without pancakes, waffles, muffins, and even oatmeal.
This collection of sweet keto breakfast recipes will give you plenty of options to start your day without feeling deprived. On the contrary, your tummy and your tastebuds will be completely satisfied.
What Can I Eat for Breakfast on a Keto Diet?
Any food you enjoy that’s low in carbs is fine for a keto breakfast, such as meat, vegetables, and nuts. And you can use many grain-free flours to make all kinds of breakfast treats. Here are a few examples of the types of dishes that you can have on a keto diet if you use grain-free flour (e.g., almond flour, coconut flour, etc.), both sweet and savory:
- Puddings (chia seed puddings, ‘oatmeal’, berry puddings, coconut creams)
- Smoothie bowls
- Breakfast cookies, fat bombs, or brownies
- Pancakes, crepes
- Muffins, rolls
- Cauliflower bakes (hash browns, casseroles)
- Eggs, any style
- Ham, bacon, chicken, salmon, tuna, and other grilled meats or fish
Here we’ll focus on sweet keto breakfasts – and you’ll see that there are many, many options to choose from!
Sweet Keto Breakfast Recipes
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Prep time: 10 mins | Cook time: 15 mins
See also: No Egg Keto Breakfasts
1. Maple Cream Cheese Keto Pumpkin Muffins
These hearty muffins have a sweet maple cream cheese swirl. Thanks to the pumpkin, almond flour, and coconut flour, they’re packed with fiber and low in carbs.
Each serving has 8.7g of carbs, 23.1g of fat, 5.3g of fiber, and 7.2g of protein for 259 calories.
Get the full recipe at: sugarlesscrystals.com
2. Keto Lemon Poppy Seed Waffles
Almond flour, eggs, poppy seeds, and coconut oil form the base of this waffle recipe, along with a touch of lemon juice. You’ll get plenty of protein with these delicious waffles.
Each serving has 3g of carbs, 27g of fat, 4g of fiber, and 8g of protein for 281 calories.
Get the full recipe at: stylishcravings.com
3. Low-Carb Smoothie Bowl
Here’s a clever recipe that hides cauliflower and zucchini in some milk, hemp seeds, and nut butter. Topped with blueberries (and perhaps additional sweetener, if desired), this is an original and low-carb smoothie bowl that works at any time of day.
Each serving has 18.5g of carbs, 12g of protein, 14.8g of fat, and 7g of fiber for 253 calories.
Get the full recipe at: theconsciousdietitian.com
4. Keto Hemp Heart Porridge
This alternative to oatmeal uses hemp hearts to give you all the creamy and hearty texture of a traditional recipe. The result is very low in carbs while high in protein and fiber: it’s also vegan and gluten-free.
Each serving has 2.3g of net carbs, 43.8g of protein, 72.8g of fat, and 245g of fiber for 867 calories.
Get the full recipe at: healthfulpursuit.com
5. Low-Carb Caramel Pecan Sticky Buns
One look at these buns, and everyone will want them! They’re stuffed with a sweet mozzarella cheese filling and drizzled with a low-carb caramel sauce. Just be sure to provide enough napkins!
Each serving has 5g of net carbs, 12g of protein, 33g of fat, and 4g of fiber for 372 calories.
Get the full recipe at: simplysohealthy.com
See also: Keto Breakfasts for On-The-Go
6. Lemon Crepes with Whipped Raspberry Cream Cheese
These grain-free, lemony crepes ooze with a creamy raspberry filling and are topped with a whipped raspberry cream cheese. They look stunning! Make these for someone special to celebrate breakfast.
Each serving has 6.71g of carbs, 26.6g of fat, 11.1g of protein, and 2.5g of fiber for 341 calories.
Get the full recipe at: alldayidreamaboutfood.com
7. Paleo Coconut Pancakes
With coconut flour, eggs, and coconut milk, these pancakes are sure to be satisfying. Top them with your favorite sugar-free toppings, and enjoy! We’ve found these go nicely alongside some yummy keto cereals.
Each serving has 3.7g of carbs, 5.1g of protein, 18.9g of fat, and 2.1g of fiber for 204 calories.
Get the full recipe at: sugarfreelondoner.com
8. Grain-Free Granola
Granola is usually full of high-carb grains, but this recipe uses a combination of nuts, seeds, and spices to create a deliciously grain-free cereal. You can top this cereal with yogurt and berries or take it with you for snacking on the go.
Each serving has 3g of net carbs, 5g of protein, 23g of fat, and 4g of fiber for 242 calories.
Get the full recipe at: ditchthecarbs.com
9. Strawberry Avocado Smoothie
This low-carb smoothie is ready in a flash, as it only has four ingredients: almond milk, frozen strawberries, avocado, and powdered sweetener. You could try coconut milk instead for a more filling smoothie.
Each serving has 7g of net carbs, 7g of fat, 1g of protein, and 5g of fiber for 106 calories.
Get the full recipe at: wholesomeyum.com
10. Keto Chocolate Chia Pudding
Chia seeds contain protein and fiber as well as a host of other nutrients. You’ll love this chocolatey recipe that’s also gluten-free and vegan. You can store your pudding in the fridge for up to a week if it lasts that long!
Each serving has 16g of carbs, 8g of protein, 27.3g of fat, and 11g of fiber for 336 calories.
Get the full recipe at: lowcarbmaven.com
11. Keto Mixed Berry Crumble
Enjoy this mixed berry crumble for breakfast with blackberries, raspberries, and blueberries. The berry base is baked and topped with a sweet topping that resembles a streusel.
Each serving has 12g of carbs, 18g of fat, 5g of protein, and 6g of fiber for 221 calories.
Get the full recipe at: ketocookingchristian.com
12. Keto Low-Carb Almond Flour Donuts with Chocolate Glaze
These tasty donuts are made with almond flour and topped with a chocolate glaze. You then drizzle a peanut butter sauce over the top for maximum effect and decadence.
Each serving has 3.5g of net carbs, 15.9g of fat, 8.2g of protein, and 4g of fiber for 205 calories.
Get the full recipe at: sweetashoney.co
See also: Keto Breakfast Egg Muffin Recipes
Our Thoughts on Sweet Keto Breakfasts
You now have lots of ideas for sweet keto breakfast recipes – stock up your pantry with some almond flour, coconut flour, and your chosen sweetener. Pick up some nuts, seeds, and frozen berries, and you’ll be ready to make just about any of these tasty treats.