Paleo breakfast recipe ebook cookbook

Paleo Breakfast Recipe Book

After months in the kitchen, I’ve finally finished my first recipe book all about Paleo Breakfast Recipes. I’m thrilled with the result, an ebook of well over 100 pages of Paleo breakfast recipes to suit every situation and taste, with beautiful photos to tempt you into the kitchen.

Paleo Primal Diet Breakfast Recipe eBook

I know how hard it is to find time to make a good breakfast, so there is a chapter on grab and go breakfasts, quick (but still delicious) breakfast recipes and also drinkable Paleo breakfast recipes.

I’ve also included chapters covering alternatives to your former favourite SAD breakfasts, child friendly breakfasts, lots of egg free recipes, meat-free recipes (a lot of people can’t face meat for breakfast) as well as fancy breakfast recipes, for when you have a bit more time and want to impress.

Recipes are easy to follow and clearly laid out, with both imperial and metric measurements. If you buy this book in conjunction with one of my other ebooks, I offer big discounts – click here to find out more

I though I’d share one of the breakfast recipes from the book here…

If you’re interested in the book, you can buy it here

Buy Two or more Paleo Recipe Ebooks and Save

The book is $17, but I offer big discounts if you buy more than one of my recipe books in one transaction – you can find the bulk prices here.


Breakfast Mushroom Saucers


• 4 large portobello mushrooms
• 4 rashers bacon
• coconut oil
• salt and pepper, to taste
• 200g (7oz) spinach
• 75g (2.5oz) grated cheese (optional, if primal or lacto-paleo)
• 30g (2 tablespoons) pine nut kernels
• fresh parsley, chopped
• 1 avocado


How To:

Wash the mushrooms and set aside the stalks to use in another dish.

Cut the bacon to match the size of the mushrooms, and fry in the coconut oil in a pan over a medium heat, until your desired level of crispness has been reached.

Coat the mushrooms in the left over bacon fat (or more coconut oil) & season with salt & pepper, to taste.

Grill the mushrooms for a few minutes, under a medium heat, making sure they don’t burn.

Meanwhile, steam the spinach in a saucepan for a couple of minutes.

Top each mushroom with the bacon, then spinach. If using cheese, top with grated cheese and grill until the cheese melts. Top with pine kernels and chopped parsley.

Serve with sliced avocado and enjoy.

12 replies
  1. Chowstalker
    Chowstalker says:

    Hey Suz, these look great! Have you tried making them ahead and then reheating in the morning? Just wondering if that’s a viable option for people on the go! Thanks for sharing. 😀

  2. Paul
    Paul says:

    Well done you!
    This is just what I need to keep me from drifting onto easy options. I find I’m at my weakest when I’ve been working for too long & just need a quick food fix. That’s when I’m so likely to grab something off my usual list & I do get really cross with myself later on!

  3. Jackie
    Jackie says:

    I like the grab & go recipes, suits me as I’m always in a rush.
    Comes at a good time as I’m trying to get back into healthy foods again.


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