Easy Keto Egg Bake is the breakfast casserole you need to meal prep your way to a keto low carb lifestyle.
Easy keto egg bake is the perfect low-carb Saturday morning brunch recipe!
And, it’s about as quick and simple as it gets.
WHAT DO YOU NEED FOR EASY KETO EGG BAKE?
- Salt & Pepper
You can use any combination of these ingredients.
This is a great way to clean out your fridge, too!
Don’t have sausage? Try ham or bacon.
What if you don’t like onions? Try spinach or broccoli.
You don’t have cheddar cheese? Use any kind of cheese you like or have on hand!
Chop up whatever you have on hand, and mix it with the egg + cream custard. Pour into a baking dish, and voila! Easy Keto Egg Bake!
Easy Keto Egg Bake combines sausage and onions with lots of cheddar cheese and creamy egg custard.
Bake it in a pie dish like above, in a muffin tin to meal prep breakfast, or if you just need an easy way to make a LOT of egg sandwiches, bake it on a sheet pan.
Either way, you end up with something unbelievably creamy and delicious, filled with protein!
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HOW TO MAKE THIS RECIPE
When eating keto, you really need all the protein you can eat.
Easy keto egg bake is a great way to start your day well.
I like to make a dish of this on Sunday evenings, and then slice off a portion each morning for breakfast.
Since I don’t have a microwave, it does take some time to reheat in the oven — but, I get ready, and then eat it right before I walk out the door.
It’s a good way to “sit still” for a few minutes before starting a busy, busy day!
If you aren’t familiar with the ketogenic diet, I recommend this fantastic book!
So much information is essential for fully understanding that eating “keto” isn’t just eating low carb.
It’s eating all the correct macronutrients for YOUR body. <—– Major light bulb moment for me! I wrote, highlighted, and added tabs all over this book.
WHAT IS KETO?
“Keto is a low-carb, high fat, moderate protein lifestyle
The ketogenic diet, or keto, refers to a way of eating that can be described as low-carb, high fat, and moderate protein.
Most people on keto eat less than 20g net carbs each day and get more than 75% of their nutrients from fat (more on this below).
The goal of keto is ketosis
One of the goals of the ketogenic diet is getting into what is called ketosis.
Ketosis is a metabolic state in which your body is burning fat for fuel instead of burning carbs and sugar. ” – an excerpt from Dr. Davinahs Eats
You can read more about it from my friend, Dr. Davinah, she has an amazing keto blog, where you will drool over every recipe and learn so much!
If you want another super easy low-carb breakfast idea, why not try these low carb biscuits!
Give these low-carb breakfasts a try!Print
- 1 pound Breakfast Sausage (I like using hot!)
- 1 small Yellow Onion, diced
- 6 eggs, beaten
- 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- 2/3 cup heavy cream (or half & half, milk, whatever you have on hand!)
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1/2 tsp black pepper
- Begin by preheating your oven to 375˚
- Brown sausage and onions together in a large pan over medium heat.
- Drain sausage and onions onto a paper towel.
- In a separate mixing bowl, combine cheese with six eggs, cream, salt, and pepper.
- Add sausage and onions to a baking dish (I use a large glass pie dish, but 8×8 works great, too!)
- Pour cheese and egg mixture overtop — shimmying the whole thing together.
- Bake at 375˚ for 25 minutes, or until golden brown on top, and doesn’t jiggle in the center.
- Make this on a Sunday evening, and enjoy a keto breakfast each morning!
- Serving Size: 8
What do you enjoy for breakfast during a busy week?? Any favorite brunch recipes??! I still love my Southern Goat Cheese Grits — If you want to stay on the Keto train, try these Cheesy Cauliflower Grits with the keto egg bake!
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