Grain Free Eggs Benedict

Grain Free Eggs Benedict Recipe with coconut flour biscuits

This is my new favorite breakfast food! It is also probably one of my top 5 recipes I’ve posted so far. I certainly don’t make it everyday, because it is a little more time consuming than regular bacon and eggs, but it is a delicious weekend treat!

Eggs Benedict were one of my husbands favorite foods before going grain free, so I’ve been experimenting with a good grain-free recipe. I never actually saw the appeal before (English muffins taste a lot like cardboard to me) but now I do!

These Eggs Benedict are now a favorite of everyone in our house, and I hope you’ll try them. As always, they are grain free, gluten free, dairy optional!

how to make healthy eggs benedict

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Grain Free Eggs Benedict



  1. Prepare the coconut flour biscuits and put into the oven.
  2. Put bacon on a baking sheet and put into the oven also for about 10-12 minutes (about the same amount of time as biscuits)
  3. While they are baking, make the hollandaise sauce. (Note: if you can't eat dairy, you can use coconut oil or ghee in place of butter in the hollandaise sauce, though it does change the flavor). Remove from heat and set aside.
  4. In well oiled skillet, crack the eggs (may have to do several batches) being careful not to break the yolks. Cook just until yolks are barely set but still soft.
  5. When biscuits are done, take out and put onto plates.
  6. As eggs finish cooking, place one egg on top of each biscuit. Top with cheese if using.
  7. Put one piece of bacon (cut in half) on top of each egg.
  8. Top with a spoonful of Hollandaise sauce.
  9. Serve immediately.


Note: You can also use two of the biscuits to make a breakfast sandwich and omit the Hollandaise sauce. We've also made a variation using breakfast sausage. Because of all the proteins and healthy fats, these are very filling! I can only eat one, though my 4 year old can eat 2-3.

Courses Breakfast

Cuisine French

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Reader Comments

  1. I’m so excited to try these!

  2. Looks very yummy! I LOVE Eggs Benedict!

  3. Where do you get your nitrite free bacon?

    • I’ve found it before at Kroger, Publix and Whole Foods. Not sure
      about other stores, but I’d think a lot of them have it. Sometimes
      you have to ask, as it isn’t always in a logical place.

  4. Eggs Florentine is probably my favorite breakfast (okay, not probably, it IS). These look delicious, but every coconut flour baked good I’ve tried I haven’t been too fond of. It feels really heavy to me and is hard to eat, and even though it is really filling it leaves me feeling hungry soon after. Weird. But it would be nice to have something bread-like with our eggs, so I may try this.

    • I think you have to be careful not to add too much coconut flour. The first time I made the waffles they were extremely heavy, but since then I’ve made sure to not add too much flour and they have turned out much fluffier. I’ve also made a couple batches of the muffins off this site and they are great!

  5. I can’t find grain-free eggs.I live in Ft.Lauderdale. Can anyone help with?

    • Look for a local farmer who sells free range eggs. They won’t be
      grain free, but chickens, unlike us, have the ability to digest and
      assimilate grains. Just make sure they aren’t getting soy or
      artificial additives, and they should be fine!

  6. Can’t wait to try some of these recipes. I bought several kinds of nut flour and I’m looking forward to warming up the house this winter baking in the oven.