Keto Bacon & Egg on Oopsie Roll

Keto Bacon & Egg on Oopsie Roll

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One thing I have seriously missed for Breakfast is a bacon and egg roll…Although this honestly does not resemble the taste at all as i don’t think anything compares to that yummy taste of bread with the grease of the bacon, I did enjoy having a piece of oopsie bread with it.  I personally found that using it like a bun was slightly to much and I opted to just having one piece with the bacon and eggs on top, I even threw on a piece of cheese for added flavor 🙂

Nutritional Information – Calories 409

Total Fat 33g

Cholesterol 744 mg

Sodium 1490 mg

Carbohydrate 3g

Sugar 3

Protein 23 g

Ingredients:

1 Egg (Free Range)

50 g Bacon

Cheese Slice

For this Recipe I cooked my bacon first then i removed that from the pan and added my butter then fried my egg in the bacon grease.

Once that is cooked get your cheese slice put on top of your bread (I have put the recipe below for the oopsie bread) then put your bacon and egg on top and enjoy!

You can seriously put whatever you like on this I suppose that is the good thing you can experiment 🙂 tomato and avocado would be fantastic with it i think.

Oopsie Bread

Ingredients:
  • 3 Eggs, Free Range Eggs Large
  • 15g, Psyllium Husks
  • 115 gram, Spreadable Cream Cheese
  • 1 tsp, Baking soda
  • Optional ¼ tsp white vinager
 Instructions:

 Get two large mixing bowls in one bowl separate and place your egg whites and the other bowl your egg yolks.

  1. Whip your egg whites together, this will take a few minutes when its done you should be able to turn the mixing bowl over without the eggs moving (a little note I like to add a tiny amount of white vinegar to the egg whites this helps to form a stiff peak)
  2. In your other mixing bowl whisk your egg yolks and cream cheese together, then add in your Psyllium husk and baking soda.
  3. Gently fold your egg whites into your egg yolks try to keep as much air in the egg whites as possible
  4. Line a baking tray with baking paper and then pour the mixture onto the tray spread your mixture out to the size you want (as you can see from our photo we made ours pretty large to make it like a kebab.
  5. Place in the oven for 15-20 minutes on 160 Degrees Celsius – Keep checking the oopsie bread as all ovens are different. You want to pull it out when it is a nice golden brown.

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