This recipe by Yuri Elkaim is friendly for any budget. A bag of sweet potatoes won’t break the bank, and eggs are normally something everyone has on had. Depending on what you top your waffles with, make this as cheap or not cheap as you like. The only ingredient you may not have on hand is the coconut flour, but you only need a few TBSP, so this will last for several recipes, and then some!
There is no doubt that this recipe by Rebecca Bohl is not only budget friendly, but an easy throw together recipe as well. You can adjust this recipe to use up those left over bits of vegetables and meats, which is a real money saver. Add in your favorite seasonings and top with Paleo approved hot sauce or salsa. This is sure to be a hit, even for those in your family who are not going Paleo.
We all have those bananas on hand that need used asap. Banana’s in this recipe by Paleo Spirit gives just the right amount of sweetness. If you already have a few Paleo flours on hand, as well as coconut or almond milk, these pancakes will be easy to whip up in no time.
Ok, this seems too hearty and satisfying to be true. This no egg breakfast recipe by The Urban Poser uses only two ingredients, plus whatever toppings you like. I can see this being budget friendly anytime of the year, since it only uses two ingredients. The squash is something you can cook ahead of time, so in the morning all you have to do is throw in your coconut/almond milk, along with fruit and/or granola, and breakfast is served!
So I had to include one recipe that included a lot of labor and love. When I was younger, my grandma would make a huge helping of Biscuits & Gravy when my family and I visited. All the aunts and uncles would know when it was breakfast time, and all flood into the dinning room. It is the ultimate comfort food for me. Sometimes I even make Biscuits & Gravy for dinner, I love it that much! The Primal Food Blog shares their version and even gives an alternate biscuit recipe.