We eat lots of pastured eggs for breakfast, and I make bacon (pastured) once or twice a week.
My dd drinks plenty of bone broth, and one of her favorites lately is lemony chicken soup, where I make chicken soup as normal and then turn the heat way down (you don't want it to be boiling) and stir in about two raw eggs beaten with the juice of a lemon. I'd say the ratio is about 2 eggs to six cups of bone broth.
She also drinks raw milk, but she's still nursing, so she probably only gets about 6 oz a day or so. I tend not to shake the milk when I give it to her so that hopefully, she's getting lots of cream.
She eats avocado, but typically will eat more if I make it into guacamole. I find that cheese constipates her, so we don't usually do that... She eats plenty of meat, but not much butter.
I give her CLO, and I find that the unflavored stuff mixed into applesauce is pretty much the best way to do it (I find that storebought doesn't hide it as much as homemade with cinnamon and a bit of nutmeg). You could also try ketchup-- those seem to be the best two delivery vessels for supplements as far as we've found. I've also pondered making chocolate pudding or something, figuring that I could make it with less sugar and raw cream to sort of negate the unhealthiness of it, but thankfully, the applesauce and ketchup are working for the moment.