Keto Recipes - Created Date : 9.10.2019
Healthy Breakfast Casserole (gluten-free, paleo)
This easy and healthy breakfast is filled with casserole, turkey, spinach and artichokes. Perfect for holidays, family gatherings and large groups of people. It is also perfect for food preparation - just separate into sections throughout the week.
Breakfast is my favorite dish of the day. I just love the mornings and I'm a big advocate of starting from the right foot - a healthy routine in the morning and a healthy meal in my stomach. However, my love for breakfast also finds me fluttering recipes for brunch and brinner (breakfast for dinner).
Watch this video of My Healthy Breakfast Casserole Recipe
This breakfast casserole is easy to make, but it always helps you to watch a step-by-step video tutorial. You can also subscribe to my YouTube Channel for weekly cooking videos.
Gluten Free and Paleo Breakfast Casserole
Many breakfast stew recipes online contain cubed bread (gluten alert), so we wanted to offer a light, gluten-free and paleo-friendly breakfast stew option. The recipe itself does not contain milk, but of course you can fine-tune it to your own preferences. I usually make it myself with a small parmesan or goat cheese, which is two cheeses that I take in my refrigerator.
As I mentioned in the video, ground turkey is not very tasty, so spices - pepper powder, cumin and oregano - spices are the key to this recipe. But chopped turkey is a great protein option and when I choose dark meat, you can choose white meat or a combination of both.
What's in this Healthy Breakfast Casserole?
Breakfast is filled with casserole, turkey, spinach, artichoke, onion, bell pepper and eggs. But if you have cabbage or biceps, do not hesitate to throw them away. This recipe is really flexible and adaptable.
Personally, although I'm not a low carb gal, this recipe is definitely low carb and keto friendly. This is a nice break from my few more decadent breakfast recipes, like my gluten-free pancakes or paleo chocolate waffles.
Thank you, Rosanna! I'm glad you like my recipes and videos. Once you start making this recipe, I do not recommend stopping once. I prepare the recipe and cook it all at once, then chill or freeze the individual portions. I cooked for about 10-15 minutes (only if it was chilled or frozen) or until it warmed up to 400 F to warm up again. :)
This is delicious! I'm not normally a fan of egg spinach and pepper but I liked it. I love that I could eat a couple for breakfast! I added some nutritional yeast on the turkey and some full coconut milk on the eggs.
Cut while still hot, then transfer the slices to Glasslock storage containers. If it were still a day or two, you could add plastic packaging on top and freeze directly in the casserole dish.
Hello :) I love the stew recipe ??
I have a question..
If I could eat casseroles every morning ... the perfect morning routine ?? But how long can I stay in my refrigerator if I cook (how many days) (3 days ok)? I'd appreciate it if you could answer it. Thank you ???
This is like a grumpy person or frittata, I totally LOVE this idea! The breakfast was excellent for many, nutritious and delicious. This also makes a great brunch dinner and you can even join a picnic. Simply perfect.
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