Paleo British Breakfast Bake

Now, I can’t claim any ownership to this recipe, or to being British, for that matter, but I imagine that if all things British are as good as this breakfast was, I could easily move over there right now! This recipe is my adaptation of a recipe from Modern Paleo Warfare, which is a lovely, cheeky blog with excellent recipes- highly recommended!

Ingredients (for one serving):

  • 1 medium tomato
  • Garlic
  • Salt and pepper
  • Green onions
  • 2 Eggs
  • Whatever you like in your eggs
  • Bacon


This recipe is awesome because you can adapt it however you like it. It would be really easy to make a big dish of this for family breakfast, or a single serving when you have time for a leisurely brunch. Change the recipe however you like!

First, slice the tomato and line the bottom of your baking dish. Season with salt, pepper, green onions and garlic. Add lemon juice, red or white onion, sharp cheddar if cheese is part of your diet, and your other favourite ingredients to mix things up.

Next, either break your eggs directly on top of the tomatoes, or beat them with your favourite seasonings. I beat my eggs with some Paleo-friendly chicken stock powder and garlic salt.

Now for the best part! Top the whole thing with strips of bacon (can you hear angels singing yet?).

Bake at 325F until the bacon and eggs are done to your liking, between 15 and 25 minutes.

Look at that beautiful bacon! I can’t think of a single bad thing about this dish. I would enjoy this every day if I had the time to make it.

Coming up this weekend: Paleo Pina Colada Ice Cream!


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