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Dairy Free Carnivore Muffins - BBBE Diet Breakfast

Prep Time
40 mins

If you're following a carnivore diet, breakfast isn't easy. The good news is that there are a lot of carnivore recipes out there for this meal. I've compiled my favourites into one place so you don't have to look around for them!

Breakfast on Carnivore

There are a number of benefits to eating breakfast on Carnivore, especially if you've been following the diet for a while.

Eating breakfast in the morning can be beneficial especially if you follow early time-restricted eating.

With this lifestyle, you consume all your nutrition in the earlier part of the day which has so many benefits.

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The main benefits of eating earlier in the day include:

  • Better digestion
  • Better sleep
  • Fewer meals
  • Hormonal regulation

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How to Meal Prep

Meal prepping for carnivores is a good way to make sure you’re eating enough protein, which can be more difficult on this diet.

When you meal prep, it also makes it easier to stick to your diet plan because it takes the time and effort out of cooking.

For example, if you want breakfast tomorrow morning but are tired from working all day, then meal prep can help because all you have to do is heat up whatever food you made yesterday!

When meal prepping for carnivore meals, there are several things that need to be considered:

  • The meat. You should choose high-quality meat products that aren't loaded with fillers or preservatives. Your best bets are grass-fed beef and lamb.
  • Seasoning Spices such as salt and pepper don't count toward the nutritional value of your meal when following a carnivore diet because they don't contain any calories or carbohydrates—but they do add flavor! When prepping meals for yourself or others who will eat them later on in the week, make sure that each dish has just enough seasoning so that everyone enjoys eating what they've been given without being overwhelmed by spices (or left wanting something else). If possible use fresh herbs instead--they'll give off more aroma than dried ones will too!

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Zero-Carb Recipes for Breakfast

  • Eggs and bacon are a classic, but they're not your only option. Try ground beef breakfast casserole instead.
  • Egg in a hole is another one you can make at home with just two ingredients: an egg hugged in a beef ring. Just cut out the middle of the ground beef and fry it in butter until golden brown on both sides. Then use that hole to cook your egg—it'll come out perfectly round!
  • Chaffles are "fluffy, hand-shaped pancakes that melt in your mouth," according to the official website. Unlike other pancakes, they don't need any flour to be made correctly—all you need is eggs, cheese, spices like cinnamon or nutmeg (plus whatever else you want), and enough butter for cooking purposes!

Dairy-Free Recipes

If you're like me, you may already know the benefits of going dairy free. Dairy can be inflammatory and contribute to acne, bloating, gas, and other digestive issues. Dairy-free recipes are a great way to feel better and have fun cooking something new.

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If you're allergic to dairy or are simply trying to lose weight (like me), there are plenty of recipes that don't include milk or cheese at all—or very little—and still taste amazing.

How to Make Zero-Carb Breakfast Muffins

Here are the ingredients and instruction needed to make this simple 2 ingredient zero carb breakfast, which is a perfect on-the-go Carnivore meal.



  1. Preheat your oven to 350 F (176C), and grease a muffin tin with butter.
  2. Lay the bacon on a baking tray and cook in the oven until crisp (about 10 minutes).
  3. Let the bacon cool completely, then chop it up into bite-size pieces, and set it aside.
  4. Whisk 8 eggs in a large bowl, add in bacon, then transfer to your muffin tin.
  5. Fill the mixture halfway, as the muffins will rise when cooked.
  6. Bake for 20-25 minutes until golden brown.

If you’re looking for a great breakfast recipe that doesn’t include dairy or carbs, try this one. It’s simple and tasty!