Ultra Low Carb Breakfast Sandwiches

 

After taking the first few bites of my Cheesy Jalapeno Biscuits, my mind (and stomach) immediately thought of a delicious idea—sandwiches! What could be better than cutting open an already yummy snack and turning it into a satisfying meal?

I skimmed my fridge for ingredients that would fit onto the biscuits and taste great while providing me with a complete meal. I played around with a few combinations, and since I like to keep things simple, I decided to share these two tasty combinations with you all.

The possibilities and flavor combinations are endless, and I encourage you to share your concoctions with the community in the comments below!

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Ingredients:

Bacon and Egg Sandwich:
1 ULC Cheesy Jalapeno Biscuit
2 slices of bacon—cooked according to package and cut in half
1 egg
1/2 tbsp coconut oil

Sausage and Egg Sandwich:
1 ULC Cheesy Jalapeno Biscuit
1 fully cooked sausage patty—I used Jimmy Dean Turkey Sausage Patty
1 egg
1/2 tbsp coconut oil

Tools needed:

Small frying pan
spatula
butter knife
plate

 

ULC Breakfast Sandwiches Recipe Step 1: Make ULC Cheesy Jalapeno BiscuitsStep 1: Make ULC Cheesy Jalapeno Biscuits.

Follow these instructions for the tasty Ultra-low Carb Cheesy Jalapeno Biscuits. You can make these in advance and store them in an airtight container in the fridge.

 

ULC Breakfast Sandwiches Recipe Step 2: Cut biscuitStep 2: Cut biscuit.

Using a sharp knife, or bread knife, carefully cut the biscuit in half. If you just made the biscuits, allow them to cool before cutting them. If you are using premade biscuits, I suggest heating them in the microwave or toasting them.

 

ULC Breakfast Sandwiches Recipe Step 3: Cook eggStep 3: Cook egg.

Heat a small skillet over medium-high heat and melt 1/2 tbsp of coconut oil in it. If you want a scrambled egg patty simply whisk 1 egg in a small bowl and pour it into the pan. Swirl it around so that it covers the entire bottom of the pan. When the egg has set, remove it from the heat and carefully fold it over a few times until it will fit on the biscuit. If you prefer an over-easy egg, simply crack 1 egg into the skillet and allow to cook until the whites have set completely. Place a lid over the either egg for a faster cook time. When the egg is done, remove from the heat and set aside.

 

ULC Breakfast Sandwiches Step 4: Cook meat and layerStep 4: Cook meat and layer.

Prepare your meat or protein of choice according to the package recommendations. Set aside when done. Place the halved biscuit on a small plate. Place the bacon or protein of choice onto one half of the biscuit, layer the cooked egg on top, and then place the other half of the biscuit on top.

 

ULC Breakfast Sandwiches Recipe Step 5: Eat up!Step 5: Eat up!

 

 

 


Nutritional info:

Serving size: 1 biscuit sandwich

Bacon and Egg Sandwich:
Calories: 458
Fat: 38g
Usable Carbs: 2.2g
Protein: 19.6g

Sausage and Egg Sandwich:
Calories: 466
Fat: 38g
Usable Carbs: 3.2g
Protein: 25.6g

 

  • B_bate

    i mean i know we can eat fat before we train but damn..

  • Brian

    absolutely love these recipes. adds dimensions and totally makes me want to try them. thanks as always.

  • marion

    these recipes are really unhealthy!

    • Andrew

      Do you know what this site is all about?

  • Paul

    I don’t know what you mean by “really unhealthy” exactly. They seem to fit perfectly into the CNS plan of ultralow carbs and high fat intake. Thanks for the recipes! They sound great.

  • Ernest Barthélemy

    Delicious!

  • Ogin

    i tough we shouldn’t eat eggs in the morning because they make our insulin spike