It’s new year’s resolution time and to keep you on top of your weight loss goals I’ve made this Keto Breakfast Bowl. With so many low-carb diets out there, it may be hard to find dishes that can fit into most of them, but I found that this Keto Breakfast Bowl can meet all the needs for some of the most popular low-carb diets. For this keto-friendly, Whole30 compliant, AND Paleo recipe, I just prepared 5 ingredients, put them in a bowl, and sprinkled some Everything Seasoning on top for some extra flavor.
With keto-friendly recipes, it is all about the fat! Keto is using fat as fuel instead of carbs. Not only is the keto diet high in fat, but also very low in carbs. The fat in my Keto Breakfast Bowl is from bacon, avocado and eggs, with very low carbs from spinach and tomatoes. We still need our vitamins!
Aside from being delicious, this Keto Breakfast Bowl is also so simple to make.
If you don’t like one of the ingredients, just sub it out for something similar. I used a soft-boiled egg, but you can easily switch it out for scrambled or hard-boiled. Don’t have any spinach? Any other dark leafy green will still give you essential nutrients like Vitamin A and fiber. Don’t care for tomatoes? Try some bell peppers and you’ll still get some Vitamin C to build your immune system for the winter. Ran out of Everything Seasoning? Make your own or try something different, like red pepper flakes.
I’ve shared my thoughts on the Keto Diet, but whether you are on that diet, on another diet, or just wanting to eat healthier in the new year, my Keto Breakfast Bowl will be one that can get you looking forward to getting your morning off on a healthy start.
- 4 slices bacon
- 2 large eggs
- 8 cups spinach
- ½ avocado
- ½ cup cherry tomatoes (about 10), sliced
- Everything Seasoning (or dash of pepper)
- Prepare the bacon by placing the bacon in a cold pan or skillet, then heating up on low heat. Once the bacon starts to curl, flip over and keep on low heat, flipping constantly.
- Prepare the eggs while the bacon is cooking by boiling enough water in a pot to cover the eggs. Once the water is boiling, carefully place the eggs in the water with a slotted spoon. Boil for 6 minutes, then carefully remove the peel under cold running water.
- After the bacon is cooked, remove from heat, pat dry with paper towel, and crumble. Drain out any bacon fat but don’t clean the pan. Add the spinach and saute until wilted.
- To build your bowls, add sauteed spinach, crumbled bacon, sliced cherry tomatoes, and avocado. Cut the egg in half and sprinkle on Everything Seasoning or a dash of pepper.