The keto diet may help with weight loss, provide more energy and mental clarity, and reduce inflammation (that is, if you follow the macronutrient recommendations and stay in ketosis). It’s easier said than done but is doable and more enjoyable if you have keto-friendly recipes on hand.
Lindsay Boyers, CHNC, the author of the new cookbook The Everything Keto Diet Meal-Prep Cookbook, believes that the key to greater success on the keto diet is having quick, delicious recipes options so you aren’t forced to go for the carbs.
Here are three keto-approved, easy-to-make breakfasts that will make mornings feel more relaxing and keep you energized for the rest of the day. The broccoli cheese muffins are best eaten warm with a light crisp and are perfect to freeze for the following days when you need a snack or on-the-go breakfast. If breakfast always means eggs, you’re in luck—nosh on a slice of cheesy spinach quiche or baked eggs to get your fix.
While there are other reasons the keto diet may not be for you, we’ll make sure not having enough recipes isn’t one of them.