Keto egg recipes are a perfect choice if you are in doubt about how your nutritious, healthy, and energy-boosting breakfast supposed to look like. No wonder since they are, most of all, a pretty good source of high-quality, inexpensive protein and healthy fats that are essential for the ketogenic diet.
Let’s check 13 interesting ideas that might refreshen up your breakfast routine and bring some innovations in your cuisine!
13 Fantastic Keto Egg Recipes
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1. Keto Scrambled Eggs With Avocado
Scrambled eggs are those soft, fluffy egg pieces you can either serve on a piece of some tasty keto bread or on its own with some small side dish such as tomatoes, avocado, or bacon. They are quite easy to prepare since they require three ingredients only – eggs, butter, and some salt & pepper to season.
Of course, that’s just a base – you can easily adjust it all to our own preferences and add pieces of bacon or some delicious veggies while stirring. If you prefer for your eggs to be lighter-flavored or a little bit mushy, feel free to add some milk or heavy cream before frying.
Get the full recipe here: Sweet As Honey
2. Keto Bacon Egg and Cheese Bites
As we have mentioned, you can add any preferred keto-friendly ingredients to your keto egg recipes. For example, bacon and cheese are an excellent yet simple choice that will certainly turn your eggs into tasteful, fatty breakfast that will fill you with the energy needed for the rest of the day.
You will need 4 ingredients only: eggs, softened cream cheese, cooked bacon, cheese (for example, a combination of pepper jack and cheddar), coconut or almond flour, and a little bit of baking powder. Let preparing your perfect breakfast start!
Get the full recipe here: Maebells
3. Keto Breakfast Egg Wrap Recipe
So, why exactly are eggs highly beneficial for your health? First of all, they offer you a complete protein. One egg contains 6 g of protein together with all 9 essential amino acids. That is something our body can’t make by itself which is why it’s important to find foods that contains those elements.
Other than that, eggs contain vitamins, selenium, phosphorus, choline, and multiple antioxidants whose role is to keep your body cells healthy. One medium boiled one contains 84 calories which makes it excellent for your keto diet and daily caloric schedule (if you have any).
Get the full recipe here: A Spicy Perspective
4. Keto Breakfast Burrito
What about all those stories about eggs and cholesterol? To be precise, the egg white contains about half the protein, while there is also a small amount of cholesterol and fat. That part is not directly related to hearth diseases.
In other words, eggs have HDL (good cholesterol), and LDL (a bad one), and when you increase the number of eaten eggs they both go up. Still, the good cholesterol is there to clear the bad stuff away which makes it harder to get your arteries clogged and experience issues with the cardiovascular system.
Also, moderation in eating and any type of physical activity can decrease the possibility of dealing with these problems.
Get the full recipe here: Ditch The Carbs
5. Easy Keto Deviled Eggs Recipe With Bacon
Did you also know eggs are good for your eyes? That happens they contain antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin – elements that keep you safe and prevent particular eye diseases such as age-related macular degeneration or cataracts.
Despite the fact you can also find these in green leafy vegetables like kale or spinach, eggs are definitely a better source. The fat they contain makes it easier for your body to process and use the nutrients.
Don’t you like eggs even more now?
Get the full recipe here: Wholesome Yum
6. Keto Egg Fast Snickerdoodle Crepes
Although eggs are almost an inevitable ingredient when it comes to both pancakes and crepes, this appealing idea is certainly worth checking! These snickerdoodle crepes are quite easy to prepare as well as insanely delicious.
What you need is 6 eggs, cream cheese, cinnamon, granulated low-sugar sweetener, and some butter for frying. Although you also get the instructions for how to make the filling for these crepes, feel free to replace it with any of your favorite keto-friendly ones!
P.S. Let us know which one you chose, we are always open to some new ideas!
Get the full recipe here: I Breathe I’m Hungry
7. Keto Cheesy Egg & Spinach In A Cup
Want to know one more ingredient that perfectly fits with your keto egg recipes? Spinach. It is a highly versatile veggie you can prepare within so many meal combinations. Other than that it is beneficial when it comes to your health as well.
It contains protein, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, and vitamins; not to mention it is an excellent source of fiber. Spinach also has higher amounts of nitrates which have been proven to help with balancing blood pressure levels as well as decreasing risk of heart diseases.
Get the full recipe here: Carb Manager
8. Low-Carb Turkish Eggs
Did you notice that brown eggs are a little bit more expensive than white eggs? That part is not related to the possibility they higher-quality, but with the fact hens that lay brown ones are physically bigger breeds than white-egg ones. Because of that, farmers need to spend more money on feeding – which is also the part that increases the cost.
Did you know there were also blue chicken eggs? The story says that over 500 years ago, a specific virus infected chickens in South America. It resulted in a genetic mutation that promoted the accumulation of certain pigments which, in the end, led to producing both blue and green eggs.
Get the full recipe here: Keto Diet
9. Avocado Egg Salad
If you really want an energy booster and a nutritious bomb from the early hours, avocado egg salad is the perfect combo. We have mentioned egg benefits – it is time for avocado now!
It also contains lutein and zeaxanthin that are in charge of absorbing light waves which occasionally harm your vision. People who eat plenty of antioxidant-rich foods are definitely more likely to avoid age-related macular degeneration that can lead to blindness in older age. Other than that, it contains healthy fats, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, vitamins, and plenty of other valuable nutrients.
Get the full recipe here: That Low Carb Life
10. Breakfast Egg Muffins
Muffins probably weren’t something you thought of when it comes to keto egg recipes, right? Still, you certainly won’t regret trying this interesting recipe! Instructions are simple – add your favorite veggies, mix them with eggs and cheese and bake!
When it comes to egg, zucchini, mushrooms, eggplants, and spinach are definitely my first choice for mixing them up. Although this combo (or at least some of these veggies) usually end up as a part of some scrambled egg recipe, I must admit the idea of making these muffins came as a quite refreshing solution for my morning routine. Let us know how it worked for you!
Get the full recipe here: Diethood
11. Keto Egg Wraps
Not only muffins, but wraps are also another great option you can do with your eggs. In other words, here you have some eggs with a little bit of salt & pepper in the shape of a pancake.
Since it’s that simple, this great recipe also offers you some useful tricks you might find in handy while preparing pancakes as well as ideas for wrap fillings.
I went with the traditional spinach & cheese combo – don’t forget to let us know which was your very own favorite version of this meal!
Get the full recipe here: A Saucy Kitchen
12. Keto Baked Eggs
Although we got used to the low-carb egg recipes where you fry your ingredients, why not take one where you bake them as well? This insanely delicious combo wakes up your stomach just while watching the main ingredients that come with eggs: butter, heavy cream, prosciutto, parmesan, and basil.
This breakfast is a healthy fat bomb that will definitely fill your body with important nutrients and good fats as well as provide you with energy for all upcoming obligations you must deal with throughout your day.
Get the full recipe here: Eat This, Not That
13. Keto Breakfast Bake With Ham, Eggs, And Cheese
Here is the last one of our keto egg recipes from our list – and, also, another bake one. You need eggs, butter, smoked ham, heavy whipping cream, cheddar cheese, chopped green pepper and some seasoning to taste. Sounds interesting by now? Wait till you try it!
P.S. You will need a little bit more than 30 minutes to finish preps and cooking, but I guess this insanely delicious breakfast is definitely worth getting up early for. Let me know if you agree on that!
Get the full recipe here: Kasey Trenum
Although these recipes are mostly based on breakfast ideas, most of these options can be used for lunch and dinner as well. Eggs are a healthy ingredient that’s more than welcome in any part of the day, don’t you think?
If you think there should be some other egg recipes on our list, don’t hesitate to leave them in the comment section. After all, sharing is caring – so we’re waiting!
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