PCOS Breakfast Recipe

by | Jan 9, 2020 | General, PCOS, Recipes | 0 comments

PCOS Breakfast Recipe

You might be at a total loss with how to eat with PCOS. Perhaps you were told to skip breakfast or to avoid cereal…. or to just eat a low fat yogurt (or wait … should I be eating dairy?!?). It can be so confusing!

That is why I put together a super simple and nutrient dense breakfast for you!

Three Breakfast Tips for PCOS

Don’t Skip Breakfast

When it comes to PCOS it’s best to eat regular meals. So, this means that you don’t want to skip out on breakfast. By eating breakfast, you can balance your blood sugar and insulin levels throughout the day. a key piece to managing PCOS long term.

Add Protein

Eggs are a powerhouse when it comes to nutrition. They’re also a great source of protein. Make sure you don’t skip out on the yolk and aim for 1-2 eggs as a serving. Specifically, eggs are packed with nutrients like omega-3 fats, choline and vitamin D. When possible, opt for organic and pasture raised eggs.

Keep Carbs Low

You don’t have to totally avoid carbs. That is just a myth when it comes to PCOS. It is important though, that carbs are minimal in the morning. Since you were likely just asleep for a while, the body is more sensitive to swings in blood sugar. If the first thing you do is eat a bowl of cereal or a few slices of toast, you will cause a major swing in blood sugar. Then, later in the day you will likely feel angry, hungry and tired.

Instead, opt for a protein rich meal and pair a small serving of fruit, a starchy veggie or ~ 1/4 cup oatmeal on the side.

Eggs & Avocado PCOS Breakfast Bowl

Check out this tasty breakfast recipe below!

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Serves: 1

  • 2 eggs
  • ½ cup sliced and sautéd shiitake mushrooms
  • ½ of an avocado sliced
  • 1 cup collard greens, chopped
  • 1 tsp curry powder
  • 2 tbs avocado oil
  • Sea salt and pepper


1. Cook eggs in a pan that is coated with avocado oil.

2. Using the same pan, sauté mushrooms and collard greens until they are the desired softness. You may need to add a bit more oil. Add salt, pepper and curry powder.

3. Add everything to a bowl, layer veggies then eggs and add the sliced avocado.


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Written by Eleni Ottalagana


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