When on a Ketogenic diet (aka: Keto) you will learn real fast, that eggs are your new best friend. An easy, affordable way to get your fats and proteins in is by incorporating eggs into your daily diet. Sounds easy enough. Until you hit day 3 of course, and you’re bored out of your mind of hard boiled eggs day after day. Something needs to change, and fast…or you’re on a crash course to failing this meal plan. If you aren’t ENJOYING the diet and lifestyle you’re a part of, what’s the point? So let us help you with some of the best Keto-friendly recipes to use up those eggs, in a way that you WON’T be getting bored of them!
When the egg becomes the bun… genius. The bun was just wasted space anyhow. With this one sandwich you’re getting 32 grams of protein!
Another Keto staple food – is avocados. High in fat (but the good kind!) they perfectly balance out a lot of ketogenic meal plans. This one recipe will make one of two things. Fat bombs (a term you will hear a lot with this diet plan) and deviled eggs!
YES there’s a diet that you can eat a lot of BACON on. WOOP! This recipe makes muffin tins your best friend, when you line the cups with bacon, and crack a fresh egg into them. Bake the whole tray and you have a week’s worth of snacks/meals!
A simple way to add those healthy fats you need in your daily ketogenic diet, is a sauce made from eggs that you can use over eggs, meats or even some sliced avocado. It’s incredibly rich, and will compliment so many dishes!
You need those avocados in your diet – so why not make them the little boats to carry your eggs and bacon in ?! Don’t get weirded out by the idea of a warm avocado, it’s actually delicious! This easy recipe give you a breakfast or snack you know will give you all that energy boost you need.
A perfect way to use up leftover ham, and it makes the most delicious hash for this egg recipe! This is also a recipe that you can make for yourself, but the whole family will love (kids tend to love that salty ham flavor!).
Okay, so maybe not so much an “egg” recipe, but eggs are a big part of this recipe, and you will definitely get a lot of use out of it on a keto diet. If you’ve never made homemade mayo before, you are missing out! Give this one a try!
The first time I made these, I thought it must be rather unnecessary to mess with a common egg. Until I tried it. Oh. My. Talk about fluffy and amazing. You want to change up your egg game? THIS, is how.
A perfectly balanced keto meal that is nothing without those hard boiled eggs! Enjoy this incredible meal that will keep you full, and satisfied without being TOO heavy (like so many of the keto recipes out there tend to be). A full 43 grams of protein is packed in this single salad!
Oh, wow. So being on keto you know full-well that you have said “so long!” to sweets and have been missing them ever since. The carbs were one thing, but the sugars too!? Good golly, this is tough! It doesn’t have to be though. Not with recipes like that this creates a cake from eggs and a frosting from Keto-approved ingredients. This one is going on my menu, fast.
Pan cook some eggs like you would an omelet, thin and easy to roll up! This recipe is easy to make, use as a wrap for whatever you choose (we chose cheese, bacon, and sausage). Try making a whole batch of because they freeze perfectly, too!
This recipe certainly will suit the ketogenic diet. Layered and loaded up with veggies, then poured in some whisked eggs, topped with cheese and meats of your choosing and baked to serve up a crowd. WOW.
Have you seen those little egg bites in the food display at Starbucks? Sure they may be a great low-carb option on the go, but for a lot less money you can whip these babies up at home.
Whether you eat this on your own, on a salad or perhaps on some delicious 1-Minute Keto Mug Bread (recipe HERE), this egg salad recipe is completely keto friendly and definitely a recipe you’ll come back to again and again. By hard boiling your eggs in batches, you can simply meal prep as needed when stored in the fridge.
Sure, an egg scramble may seem like an obvious choice, but with a recipe as inspiring as this one – it’s something worth noting. Fusing some keto-friendly sausage, cheese, green onions, seasonings and of course – eggs, you have a recipe that you’re likely to make again and again. Brunch, anyone?
Egg-based desserts, of course, include delicious custard, but then again, a custard is definitely not keto-approved. This recipe adapts to the low-carb lifestyle with a recipe that will have you indulging simply in this eggy dessert.
When you want a low-carb meal in a hurry, why not try a microwave version of a classically low-carb option? Eggs cook up surprisingly well in the microwave, and can easily be adapted to make a microwavable omelet, as long as you aren’t cooking up any meats inside. Definitely worth trying and customizing with your favorite flavors.
Crepes are a thin pancake-like food that is filled, rolled, drizzled with sauces. It’s absolutely decadent, and pretty much always not low-carb. In this recipe, it creates a crepe-like roll-up but using eggs as the base along with cream cheese and some seasonings such as cinnamon to make this snickerdoodle crepe perfectly complete!
You may be missing the noodles from your chicken noodle soup recipes, but no longer! With this simple recipe using just a few ingredients, you can make your own low-carb egg noodles ready to enjoy your next meal in no time!
When it comes to eating low-carb, you know the importance of also eating enough healthy fats. Thankfully, eggs are both high-fat and low-carb, but by adding in some feta cheese for flavor and some sliced avocados for a deliciously creamy texture and additional fats, you can bake up these little dishes in the oven for a complete meal that hits all the high notes of a low-carb diet.