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Favorite paleo breakfasts and snacks?

Answered on September 12, 2014
Created May 07, 2010 at 3:19 PM

A question that often comes up in the paleo community is what to eat for breakfast. Some people, myself included, get a little tired of eggs in various forms every morning. And while I'm certainly not averse to meat and veggies at breakfast, I don't always have time to pull that off. What else do you all enjoy for breakfast? (I know Mark Sisson did a post with pictures of 100 different breakfasts, but I can't really tell what many of them are due to the quality of the photos.)

What about snacks? This is an especially difficult one for me, since I do try to keep omega-6 relatively low. I know that many find they don't need snacks, but I am active have a very fast metabolism and no matter how much fat I eat (probably 65-70% of calories now) I find that three meals are not enough.

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on February 07, 2012
at 04:04 PM

There are plenty of free recipes on the nets, don't really recommend paying for a book of this sort.

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on February 07, 2012
at 03:59 PM

That sounds delicious....

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on May 25, 2011
at 01:07 AM

Damn that sounds awesome. Kimchi with anything is ridiculous tasty. I feel like it's some kind of secret. Everyone should try it - so many quick meals are filled out with kimchi for us.

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on May 25, 2011
at 12:08 AM

I don't like coffee, but cream is great in tea as well.

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on May 25, 2011
at 12:06 AM

Apples fried with onions and bacon is delicious.

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on May 24, 2011
at 09:28 PM

+1 for sardines. Love 'em, even if my husband can't stand the smell.

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on May 12, 2011
at 05:27 PM

^ you can add a bit of grated ginger too if you want that extra spicy Kick! :)

60199d3a580a4e17969059609e48e678

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on May 12, 2011
at 05:26 PM

a good fried apple recipe is the one i make:: 2 apples sliced/ 2 table spoons coconut milk/ coconut oil (to fry apples)/ dried plums or raisins/ cinnamon (to your liking) fry apples in coconut oil until they begin to brown, add dried plums (or raisins) cook for 1 min. add coconut milk and cinnamon. turn off the burner and remove from heat. Voila!! Yummy!

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on May 12, 2011
at 05:21 PM

smoked/cured fish is a really nice breakfast option. i've been curing my own salmon for a while now. super easy to do and cheaper than store bought.

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on March 11, 2011
at 07:53 PM

Fresh peaches and bacon are ridiculously good together.

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on September 23, 2010
at 07:13 PM

I like mixing whole milk and cream, then sprinkling with nutmeg. Like an eggnog milkshake!

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on May 23, 2010
at 05:07 AM

Just wanted to say that I love your blog Chris! Check out the healthyskeptic.org if you haven't!

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on May 09, 2010
at 11:06 PM

I make something similar--Fried Apples 'n' Onions. I wrote a longer description but for some reason it wouldn't post, so I'll leave it at that for now.

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on May 09, 2010
at 02:17 PM

Thanks everyone for your answers! I can't really skip breakfast. As I said in my original post, I'm active with a fast metabolism and it's already a struggle for me to keep weight on with a paleo-type diet.

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on May 07, 2010
at 03:29 PM

Depending on how much fruits you want to eat, try this delicious breakfast:

  • fry some bacon in a lot of fat (butter or coconut oil are great for this 'recipe')
  • add some fruits (apple, pear, banana, ...)
  • add cinnamon, quite liberally

Eat! And don't forget to lick your plate!

This meal is probably my greatest cheat, not so much because of the individual ingredients, but more because of the amount of fruit. I enjoy it once in a while. The bacon and the fruits are a really nice match

And a good tip if you don't have enough time to cook meat and veggies, make bigger meals and leave some leftovers.

D738a5b2a67f3c36518a2ac9f32d27af

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on May 09, 2010
at 11:06 PM

I make something similar--Fried Apples 'n' Onions. I wrote a longer description but for some reason it wouldn't post, so I'll leave it at that for now.

E7dc4f2e3998906dd3213973a3c10d50

on March 11, 2011
at 07:53 PM

Fresh peaches and bacon are ridiculously good together.

60199d3a580a4e17969059609e48e678

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on May 12, 2011
at 05:27 PM

^ you can add a bit of grated ginger too if you want that extra spicy Kick! :)

60199d3a580a4e17969059609e48e678

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on May 12, 2011
at 05:26 PM

a good fried apple recipe is the one i make:: 2 apples sliced/ 2 table spoons coconut milk/ coconut oil (to fry apples)/ dried plums or raisins/ cinnamon (to your liking) fry apples in coconut oil until they begin to brown, add dried plums (or raisins) cook for 1 min. add coconut milk and cinnamon. turn off the burner and remove from heat. Voila!! Yummy!

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on May 25, 2011
at 12:06 AM

Apples fried with onions and bacon is delicious.

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on September 23, 2010
at 12:37 AM

My MIL use to make "garbage casserole" for my husband when they were young, they'd throw any leftovers into a casserole (probably NOT paleo friendly additives!) and cook it up for dinner. I apply the same idea to my mornings. I make a "garbage omlette" from whatever needs to be cleaned out of the refrigerator. It's usually fresh veggies, mushrooms, and whatever else is in danger of being overlooked/going bad.

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on May 23, 2010
at 02:42 AM

I love to make a "paleo" quiche/frittata with meat, veggies, and sometimes cheese. They concept here is the key as the ingredients are only restricted to what you have on hand. This works great if you have leftover meat or grilled veggies from the night before.

Directions:

Turn on Oven Broiler. Brown some sausage or bacon in an oven safe skillet on med heat. Remove meat from skillet. Add some chopped onion, mushrooms, spinach, or any other veggies to the skillet and cook over medium heat until softened. Add meat back to skillet and stir. Spread fairly evenly across bottom of skillet. In a medium bowl, beat 8-12 eggs, depending on the size of your skillet and how thick you want your frittata. Add salt and pepper if desired. Pour eggs evenly over meat/veggie mixture. Sprinkle top with cheese if desired. Place entire skillet into the broiler for 5-10 min. The top will puff up a bit and the center should be set.

To serve, cut into 4-8 wedges and serve with fruit or extra meat. The leftovers work great for a quick meal any time of day. I usually make one of these on a morning when I have more time, then warm it up on the other days.

Favorite combinations: Bacon, spinach, mushrooms, onions, garlic, & sun-dried tomato with a bit of feta on top.

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on May 07, 2010
at 11:51 PM

Bacon and sausage are pretty traditional breakfast foods, and are paleo

As for snacks, this is my favorite: Overcook bacon a little, to the point where it is crispy, and use it as chips with guacamole or tzadziki (or really any other dip)

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on May 12, 2011
at 10:03 PM

I had an amazing breakfast yesterday!

I fried thin strips of beef in bacon fat with onions and red pepper. Then I dumped everything onto a bed of spinach and added one whole sliced tomato, one whole sliced avocado, and a stick or two of crumbled bacon. It was beautiful and kept me full until 4:30.

If you gotta have eggs for breakfast, I'd throw a lightly fried egg on there too and let the yolk explode everywhere.

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on May 08, 2010
at 07:39 AM

Organic chicken livers fried in butter and served on a bed of spinach. Kidneys fried in butter then cream added and served with broccoli. Today - sausage, fried tomatoes and eggs, spinach. Tomorrow, portion of smoked haddock with poached eggs and spinach. Yum!

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on May 12, 2011
at 05:21 PM

smoked/cured fish is a really nice breakfast option. i've been curing my own salmon for a while now. super easy to do and cheaper than store bought.

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on February 09, 2011
at 08:40 PM

My new favourite breakfast: a half (or whole!) can of coconut milk, cinnamon, vanilla, cocoa powder (sometimes), and a bit of hot water if I feel like something warm. Seriously keeps me full for hours.

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on February 07, 2012
at 03:59 PM

That sounds delicious....

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on September 23, 2010
at 05:37 AM

Coffee. 6 tsp of Heavy Cream. Heaven!

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on May 25, 2011
at 12:08 AM

I don't like coffee, but cream is great in tea as well.

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on May 22, 2010
at 07:26 AM

I second Blue -the Thrifty Mom on the Sardines. I love seafood for breakfast - salmon, shrimp sardines, octopus... usually with lots of veggies. I don't waste energy cutting anything up into a salad, I just tear into whatever I've got. I suppose it would be better to have the veggies with some sort of fat, but it's a quirk or mine that I only like my veggies raw and w/o any goup on them. I could never comprehend my mom eating hers with dressing and my dad pouring on the olive oil. But I'm getting off topic...

Sardines also make a great snack. Little single serving cans can be had cheaply at Trader Joe's

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on May 24, 2011
at 09:28 PM

+1 for sardines. Love 'em, even if my husband can't stand the smell.

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on August 16, 2011
at 01:49 AM

I'm surprised no one has mentioned it, but one of my favorite breakfasts or simply meat free meal replacements is the green smoothie. Here is my favorite one which is super healthy and tastes fantastic:

  • 1 Apple
  • 1 Banana
  • A few spoon fulls of yogurt or kefir
  • A few spoon fulls of almond butter
  • A few LARGE handfuls of spinach, de-spined chard or kale, even beet greens
  • A couple pinches of cinnamon
  • A couple tablespoons of coconut oil
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla

This is a very nutritious and filling meal that honestly tastes like dessert. I do realize Almonds are a bit O6 high, so if you wanted to do this more often you could use macadamias or coconut butter instead. With coconut butter I find it better to omit the apply and use more banana as well as some nutmeg, makes a very rich smooth tropical green smoothie. You should experiment with green smoothies as their are plenty of good ones to make, just combine fruit, oil and greens and whatever else you want. Avocados and that infamous raw egg also make great ingredients.

The other obvious choice is the raw version of this, fruit and salads. A tasty "cooked" and easy meal I like is to chop up some bacon and beets and/or yams and bake it at 375 for probably 15-20 mins and then throw it over a hearty green of your choice (like the ones you just took off the beats for instance ;).

And finally a new discovery I was proud of making recently is that bananas go just as good with coconut butter as they do with peanut butter! So grab a banana or two and a jar of homemade or store bought coconut butter and just go to town!

Hopefully this helped, good luck finding some tasty alternatives!

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on August 16, 2011
at 12:38 AM

Ebcbbdcb8b727e69e06eaa102d49a84c

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on February 07, 2012
at 04:04 PM

There are plenty of free recipes on the nets, don't really recommend paying for a book of this sort.

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on May 25, 2011
at 12:36 AM

Favorite breakfast and snacks? Nothing. Screw them.

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on May 24, 2011
at 11:26 PM

My current favourite quick snack is kiwifruit chopped up in cream.

Worst thing about it is how quickly it disappears!! :(

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on May 24, 2011
at 09:10 PM

I love having non-traditional breakfast foods for my breakfast ...soups are a favorite, especially a rich bone broth with some veggies ...sometimes I'll whisk an egg or two in for an egg drop style...sometimes I saut?? leftover meat with whatever veggies I happen to have on hand...I really like mixing saute??d veggies with grated Celeriac and egg, then frying it up into a pancake...I don???t snack much, but when I do, I just make it a mini meal: fermented veggies and a cold hard boiled egg or leftover meat, or a can of Sardines, maybe with olives or avocado...

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on May 12, 2011
at 05:38 PM

every morning I have the same breakfast, boring yes but its usually what I am craving upon waking up.

scrambled eggs with mushroom, onions and salsa and a 6oz glass of fortified orange juice.

sometimes I will make that O.J. into a smoothie, or i will add a few sausages/ham/bacon/steak/shredded chicken/pork brains etc... to my eggs for that extra protein kick.

typical western breakfast I know, I can't live without eggs @[email protected]

my mom will often put a steak with some salsa into the crock pot and let it run on low all night and dress it up with avocado and have that has her breakfast. crockpot is good for setting and forgetting :) so i suggest crock pot meals for breakfast!

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on February 09, 2011
at 06:46 PM

This counts as "eggs in various forms," I suppose, but I really like sweet potato and bacon frittatas for breakfast--I think it's a nice way to shake up the bacon-and-eggs combo: http://paleograd.blogspot.com/2011/02/spicy-bacon-and-sweet-potato-frittata.html

Sometimes I use fruit (e.g., apples, peaches) instead of the sweet potatoes--I know it sounds weird with the bacon, but it's really delicious.

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on May 22, 2010
at 06:35 AM

If you "are strugglig to keep weight on".... could it be a sign that your body's natural setpoint is to be smaller?

Why would you desire to fight this?

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on May 14, 2010
at 04:26 PM

I just got back from a backpacking trip, and this was a fast no-cook breakfast that worked great for me:

  • Powdered coconut milk (40g)
  • water
  • instant coffee (a strong one: Starbucks Via or Cafe Bustelo Espresso)
  • 1 T. honey (if desired)

I skip the honey at home, but I was not concerned about it with the miles of hiking and climbing with a pack.

I threw all that in a shaker bottle, shook the heck out of it and drank it while I got ready to go for the day. The coconut milk did not like to dissolve in the 40-50 degree water I was drinking out there, so I usually got a second, weaker drink out of it to clean the bottle. The bits that weren't perfectly dissolved are still tasty, if not perfectly smooth.

At home, I'd first dissolve the stuff with a little warm water, then add ice or cold water.

I am very much an egg and meat person for breakfast, and I loathe smoothies. I mean, I truly hate them and generally turn my nose up at the whole idea, but this was so, so tasty. It's also around 500 calories with plenty of saturated fat - you said you're a quick burner!

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on May 09, 2010
at 03:30 AM

Favorite breakfast for me: Pureed Pumpkin Mixed with Roasted Butternut Squash sprinkled with Cinnamon & Parsley... and Stevia (if you allow it) and for protein I have... yes an egg and egg whites "crusted" with paprika and sprinkled with cilantro! Perfect!!

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on May 08, 2010
at 03:34 AM

I take two cups of black tea, each with 2-3 Tbsp (about a 1/4 cup) of cream. It is fast and easy. Most importantly, it doesn't give me any kind of insulin response that would cause me to get hungry later, before lunch.

For a snack I'll often have something similar. A cup of whole milk with 1-2 Tbsp added cream. Again, it is fast and easy and surprisingly satisfying for quite a period of time.

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on September 23, 2010
at 07:13 PM

I like mixing whole milk and cream, then sprinkling with nutmeg. Like an eggnog milkshake!

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on May 07, 2010
at 05:15 PM

I second pork rinds (I love cracklins, which are the denser, crisper ones) and boiled eggs. But MY fave running-out-the-door breakfast or snack is tuna packed in olive oil (Starkist, I think), I can eat it right out of the can! Sardines and kippers are also delish and go VERY well with a couple of fresh eggs fried up.

I have zero problem with eating 'non brekkie food' for brekkies. Leftover chicken is wonderful. Legs and thighs can be eaten right out of the fridge.

Great. Now I'm hungry!

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on May 07, 2010
at 04:18 PM

At the simplest level you can have anything for breakfast that fits your version of "paleo". It doesn't have to fit the eggs/sausage/bacon/toast/grits/oatmeal/pancakes/waffle/cereal/hashbrowns pattern of western - or, at least, American - breakfasts. That's the beauty of breaking habits: breaking limitations!

(Don't tell anybody but I love having an omelet for dinner!)

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on May 07, 2010
at 03:59 PM

Pork scratchings (pork rind I think in the US) is a great snack. You can store it anywhere and it's delicious. Or pemmican. Boiled eggs are also relatively easy to store and eat.

I rarely eat breakfast for the same reasons as tattoedchef - but when I do, a nice English breakfast does the trick.

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on May 07, 2010
at 03:22 PM

"Breakfast" for me is usually black coffee. Given that I am generally doing intermittent fasting from the night before, coffee (and maybe a small glass of juice) is enough to last me until noon or so, at which point I have a solid lunch.

But when I've decided to go out for breakfast or make something at home, it's generally some sort of egg dish, or perhaps even a light salad with some apple in it. I've been trying to get over my mindset of what's a "breakfast food" and what's not. To me, it's all just food at varying times of the day - I just tend to keep the flavors lighter and the portions even smaller in the morning.

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on May 09, 2010
at 02:17 PM

Thanks everyone for your answers! I can't really skip breakfast. As I said in my original post, I'm active with a fast metabolism and it's already a struggle for me to keep weight on with a paleo-type diet.

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on August 04, 2014
at 09:24 PM

I make these bars quite frequently. I use 1/4th a cup of honey, not a 1/3rd.

http://paleoleap.com/coconut-squares/

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on August 03, 2014
at 12:59 AM

Breakfast: 2 paleo bread with kaya jam with decaf coffee.

Snacks: spoonful of almond butter or fruits

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on August 03, 2014
at 12:31 AM

Fruit for both snack and breakfast. My current favorite is an Atemoya.

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on August 02, 2014
at 04:48 PM

I usually just eat dinner (leftovers) for breakfast. So usually grass-fed beef, sweet potato with butter, and steamed veggies. On my day off I usually cook a big brunch with bacon and eggs. I take very dark chocolate to work for a snack and at home I'll have an apple with some kefir. Nuts are a pretty common paleo snack but they don't sit well with me, and I try to limit o6 as well.

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on August 02, 2014
at 02:39 PM

One of my favorite breakfasts i use at the moment are coconut flour muffins. they dont take long to bake. i normally bake about 10 at a time and store them in an air tight container. I got the recipe from this cookbook i downloaded for free. its got a few good recipes in there.

http://paleoexistence.com/

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on July 14, 2014
at 10:25 PM

This sounds great.

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on February 01, 2014
at 01:16 AM

My favorite breakfast is banana pancakes-1 egg,1 banana,-beat it up and put 5 blueberries on each small pancake fried in coconut oil. You can change it up adding 1/4 cup of nut butter. Delicious!

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on January 31, 2014
at 11:40 PM

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Check it out here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ilyanovodvorskiy/monthly-paleo-healthy-snack-box-to-help-you-stay-f At least watch the video! =D

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on February 06, 2013
at 03:54 PM

I just bought organic turkey sausage. Cook some in bulk and refrigerate and reheat in the morning. I also like green apples with almond butter, hard boiled eggs, kale chips, mixed nuts. Coffee and caffeine in general speeds up your metabolism and lowers blood sugar if plain, so maybe cut back on this if you feel you need to snack more than you would like.

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on August 08, 2012
at 04:05 PM

4 Fried Eggs with a Salsa Sauce on the side consisting of: 2 large tomatoes 1 onion 2 garlic, lots of salt, 3TBSP butter, and dried chilli, had that this morning.

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on March 11, 2012
at 08:48 PM

although I love eggs, bacon and sausage for breakfast, on the weekends the kids like to have something special. So together the kids and I tested several waffle recipes until we came up with the Ultimate crispy, fluffy, tasty Paleo Waffle. You can eat them topped with berries, coconut cream or anything else you like!

http://northwestcavegirls.com/2012/03/paleoprimal-waffles/

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on February 28, 2012
at 11:55 PM

Favorite breakfast is steak and eggs :)

favorite-paleo-breakfasts-and-snacks?

(recipe here, but it's pretty much exactly what you see in the picture)

Favorite snack, although I have to be careful with stuff like this, is coconut oil and almond butter with cacao nibs and/or walnuts mixed in. I call it paleo "cookie dough".

favorite-paleo-breakfasts-and-snacks?

(recipe here, but again, it's exactly what I listed above)

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on February 28, 2012
at 04:27 PM

I thought Paleo was dairy free, lean meats and no grains? This site confuses me… To the guy eating a can of coconut milk a day, that is quite a heavy dose of fat! No wonder you feel full for hours! And frying bacon in more fat? What is wrong with you people?!

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on May 25, 2011
at 01:05 AM

No snacks for me. Breakfast is two hours after I rise and it's a whey protein powder. Not very paleo but it works for me.

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on May 12, 2011
at 10:41 PM

2 - 3 cans of Chicken of the Sea Pink Salmon with some grass fed butter melted on top with some Kimchi on the side. I add a sweet potato on workout days as I workout before breakfast.

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on May 25, 2011
at 01:07 AM

Damn that sounds awesome. Kimchi with anything is ridiculous tasty. I feel like it's some kind of secret. Everyone should try it - so many quick meals are filled out with kimchi for us.

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on May 12, 2011
at 05:13 PM

my new favorites:

  • cage-free natural eggs fried in Kerry Gold unsalted butter eaten with left over grass-fed hamburgers/steak
  • hard boiled eggs mashed with avocado or Kerry Gold butter, little pepper

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on February 09, 2011
at 07:20 PM

I usually have some of the leftover meat from the previous night and a handful of berries. It takes a little time to get used to eating salmon, steak, chicken, etc. for breakfast, but not that long. Mmmmm, delicious fats for breakfast! I also love the traditional bacon and sausage, but that usually is reserved for the weekends or holidays.

For snacks, I eat beef jerky, fruit, nuts, or dark chocolate. I try to minimize the last three, though, and not eat them every day. For example, I limit myself to 1 ounce of almonds or pistachios when I do have them. I do find myself snacking less frequently on the paleo diet.

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on May 08, 2010
at 12:50 AM

I second that breakfast doesn't have to be stereotypical. Quite often I will eat leftovers from previous days. When I don't eat that I never tire of bacon and eggs.

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