Whether you're keto, Paleo, gluten-free, or simply trying to eat fewer carbs, conquering meal prep is an important step toward reaching your fitness goals. Breakfast can feel especially tricky. That sugary cereal is out. Overnight oats? Good on occasion, but perhaps not every day. And while you could find some other low-carb dish to whip up every single morning, that can get kind of boring. Fortunately, there are lots of options that are easy to prepare and keep stocked in your kitchen. We've rounded up these supersimple recipes, from make-ahead breakfast casseroles to scrumptious baked doughnuts you can re-create in a pinch.
I Want More!
Get our Fitness newsletter by tapping the button below.
By signing up, I agree to the Terms & to receive emails from POPSUGAR.
These gluten-free turkey sausage egg muffins bake in 30 minutes while you go about your morning, or you can scramble the eggs into omelets for a make-ahead meal.
Get the recipe: cheddar egg muffins
Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Leta Shy
Yes, bagels — they're made with almond flour, which is lower in carbs. Bake a batch over the weekend, and grab one on busy mornings.
Get the recipe: garlic herb bagels
Skip the sugary store-bought granola, and add this homemade mix to Greek yogurt for an easy, craveable breakfast.
Get the recipe: grain-free granola
Make this recipe your own (by adding your choice of leafy greens, for example), then simply reheat individual portions for a quick weekday breakfast.
Get the recipe: sheet pan eggs
You'll use just one mixing bowl when making the batter for these delicious waffles, and you can freeze them for breakfast on-demand.
Get the recipe: gluten-free waffles
When you're craving something sweet, reach for these yummy chocolate muffins, made with monk fruit syrup that tastes like maple.
Get the recipe: chocolate muffins
This protein-packed breakfast couldn't be simpler to throw together on a busy morning.
Get the recipe: hard-boiled eggs with avocado
There's so much to love in these virtuous bars, from the chopped almonds to the Stevia-sweetened chocolate chips.
Get the recipe: sugar-free granola bars
Prepare a batch of these diner-like pancakes, and enjoy five small flapjacks for just six grams of carbs.
Get the recipe: silver dollar pancakes with almond flour
Let the eggs, sausage, and more heat up in your slow cooker while you sleep, then eat the leftovers for days after.
Get the recipe: overnight breakfast casserole
These moist scones bake up in 20 minutes and contain roughly five grams of carbs each, three of which come from fiber.
Get the recipe: blueberry scones
This protein-packed shake is the perfect post-workout treat, and it comes together in just five minutes.
Get the recipe: peanut butter chocolate shake
Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Hajar Larbah
Customize this one-pan meal with whatever you have in your fridge. You might even try freezing individual pieces during your Sunday meal prep.
Get the recipe: spinach frittata with prosciutto and peppers