Are you someone who really used to enjoy sandwiches for breakfast? If this is you, and you’ve missed this, this keto breakfast sandwich recipe is exactly what you need.
This recipe is easy, delicious, and most importantly low in carbs and it will ensure that you will never again crave for sandwiches on the keto diet! This is sure to become one of the best keto breakfast recipes you will try!
What do you eat for breakfast on the keto diet?
Right before starting this new lifestyle, many people may have this exact same question.
People on the keto diet know it’s possible to have eggs, sausages and bacon, but what else?
What about keto diet breakfast ideas that are beyond this? This is something that many of us struggle with for a least a month into this new lifestyle. For many months after starting keto, we relegate ourselves to the same boring keto recipes for breakfast day in and day out. I get it. You’re busy and have a very demanding schedule and you just don’t have the time to reinvent the wheel and come up with your own fancy keto breakfasts.
Now, with this easy keto recipe, you can enjoy an easy keto breakfast sandwich that not only tastes divine, but is also really low in carbs. You can also have things like low carb cereal, low carb pancakes, low carb french toast and so much more on this diet for breakfast.
Is this a meal prep recipe?
What I’ve noticed is that most people like most of all are make ahead recipes. This recipe isn’t meant to be made ahead of time, it can be if you so desire but prepare to compromise some freshness.
If you decide to meal prep with these,ensure that you refrigerate or freeze these and reheat in a toaster when you’re read to use them.
Keep in mind that these will burn quickly to reheat using low heat and keep an eye on them.
Doesn’t bread have carbs?
Yes, most bread recipes made with wheat flour are packed with carbs. Typically a breakfast sandwich made with regular wheat flour bread contains about 30 grams of carbs. However, with this recipe made with keto oopsie bread, this entire thing only contains 7.56 net carbs! You cannot go wrong with this recipe at all!
How to make a delicious low carb keto breakfast sandwich
To start, you’ll need to first gather all of your ingredients. Then you will need to make your low carb bread. This is literally the easiest bread recipe out there and oh so delicious.
How to make keto an easy breakfast sandwich bread?
When people say “sandwich”, we automatically think of the commercial version of sliced white bread, stuffed with different sausages, typical of the market. However, on any low carb diet, this isn’t something you can do. You can, however, try new flavors and textures, or combine flavors and textures already known, but in an innovative way to make a delicious keto bread for your sandwich.
If you’ve never tried making this recipe before, you’ll be glad to know that oopsie bread is not very hard to make. It does take some time but the results are so worth it!
Also, it does not contain grains, it is low in carbohydrates and if this is not enough, it is delicious. Keep in mind, this does not taste like your typically starchy bread, but it is a very good option on any low carb diet.
Here’s how you make it:
You should have all the ingredients you need to start making this bread.
Next, preheat the oven to 150 ° C.
You will then separate the white and yolk of the eggs and place in separate bowls.
Once this is done, beat the egg whites until stiff, when you get firm peaks, add the salt. Reserve this mixture.
Next, you will need to mix the yolks with the cream cheese and add the yeast.
Add this egg yolk mixture to the whites little by little stirring in an enveloping way so as not to lose the fluffiness of the whites.
With a ladle, place 6 large spoons separated from each other in a tray lined with baking paper.
You should bake these for 25 to 30 minutes until brown, and allow to cool; then, unmold carefully.
Next gather your favorite sandwich ingredients.
To be honest, you can fill these sandwiches to your liking, as long as the ingredients you choose are keto friendly; we chose to fill them with ham, cheddar cheese, fresh lettuce, tomato and avocado slices and cucumber.
In addition, season with a pinch of oregano, pepper and a dash of salt and enjoy.
This low carb breakfast sandwich is a very easy breakfast recipe to keep on hand for those weekends when you want to really enjoy your morning meal.
You can enjoy the wonderful creamy goodness of this sandwich with your family or all alone and rest assured that you will be remaining in ketosis and continue to move forward on your journey.
And, if you can’t seem to enjoy the taste of oopsie bread (I know a few people who don’t) you can simply substitute for a low carb bread you can buy here. This bread will add some more carbs to the recipe, but it can save you time and provide you with the family texture of ‘real bread’. Also, if you’d just rather not use bread at all, you can try out this amazing keto bunless burger recipe instead.
492 cals / fat 40.91g / 15.06 g carbs / 7.5g fiber/ 22.09g protein = 7.56 net carbs
- 3 eggs
- ½ cup of cream cheese
- 1 pinch of salt
- ½ tablespoon of baking powder (About 3 grams approx.
- 4 slices of ham
- 4 slices of cheddar cheese
- 8 thin slices of tomato (the equivalent of a small tomato)
- 4 slices of cucumber
- 2 slices of avocado
- 2 lettuce leaves
- Dressings to taste: pepper, oregano, vinegar, salt.
- Preheat the oven to 150 ° C.
- Separate the white and yolk of the eggs, beat the egg whites until stiff, when you get firm peaks, add the salt. Reserve this mixture.
- Mix the yolks with the cream cheese and add the yeast. Add this dough to the whites little by little stirring in an enveloping way so as not to lose the fluffiness of the whites in its point. With a ladle, place 6 large spoons separated from each other in a tray lined with baking paper.
- Bake for 25 to 30 minutes until brown, and allow to cool; then, unmold carefully.
- You can fill these sandwiches to your liking; we chose to fill them with ham, cheddar cheese, fresh lettuce, tomato, avocado slices and cucumber.
- In addition, you can season with a pinch of oregano, pepper and a teaspoon of olive oil.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 4 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 498 Total Fat: 40.91g Saturated Fat: 15.06g Trans Fat: 0.334g Cholesterol: 529mg Sodium: 771mg Carbohydrates: 14.51g Fiber: 7.5g Sugar: 3.79g Protein: 22.09g