Diabetics can enjoy a healthy breakfast that includes carbohydrates by mixing a good protein source like eggs or breakfast meat with whole grain toast, oatmeal, hash browns or a fruit smoothie. Diabetics can enjoy whole grain cereal and reduce the carb count by using soy or almond milk instead of regular milk, as recommended by the American Diabetes Association.
Remember that eating an unlimited amount of foods that do not have high carb counts is not a healthy practice. It's important to balance carbohydrates, fats and protein for optimal health, according to the Mayo Clinic. A breakfast of a banana, peanut butter and whole grain toast is healthier than a breakfast of fried eggs and sausage because the first breakfast contains more nutrients and less saturated fat.