Keto Breakfast Sandwich
A Keto Breakfast Sandwich made with low-carb bread slices toasted in butter and filled with delicious cheddar cheese, bacon, egg, and spinach.
Bonus, this keto-friendly breakfast sandwich is also gluten-free!
How To Make A Keto Breakfast Sandwich
It’s very easy to make a low-carb breakfast sandwich at home in a sandwich press maker.
While you can pick any of the ingredients below for your sandwich, my favorite options are the one just below – my 90-second keto bread with a bacon and egg filling.
- Almond Flour – For the 90-secomd keto bread.
- Coconut Flour – or 2 tablespoons extra almond flour.
- Baking Powder
- Extra Virgin Olive Oil or melted butter
- Egg – pick large free-range eggs for the bread.
- Bacon – pick your favorite bacon cut.
- Egg – Any size works, I use my Sunny Side Up Eggs
- Baby Spinach
- Cheddar Cheese – or your favorite tasty cheese
Filling And Toasting
Now that you selected all the ingredients for your low-carb sandwich, it is super easy to assemble.
First, spread butter on the outside of both slices of keto bread – these sides are going to be toasted in a skillet or in the sandwich press. Set aside.
To make a bacon and egg sandwich, as seen in my picture, you need:
- Keto bread
- Cheddar cheese
- Mayonnaise or hot sauce or sauce you love
- Baby spinach leaves
- Salt and pepper
Cook the bacon in the skillet until fried and crispy on both sides. Set it aside on a plate.
Next, cook the egg in the skillet in the bacon grease until the white egg is crispy.
Cover with a lid, turn the skillet over medium heat, and set aside until the egg yolk is half cooked. This is optional, but it sets the egg yolk slightly and makes it easier to hold in a sandwich.
Next, top up the first bread slice with a layer of cheese, followed by meat, vegetable, and cheese, and repeat to add more if desired.
Choosing Keto Bread
First, choose the keto bread recipe you want to use. You have a few options based on the time you want to spend in the kitchen and your food allergies.
Pick the recipe that matches your preference below, or buy store-bought keto bread at the store.
For a quick and easy bread, make a 90-second keto bread following one of the recipes below:
Egg-Free Keto Bread Loaf
These keto bread loaf recipes are also vegan keto-approved as they are egg-free and dairy-free. They also freeze very well to meal prep some keto sandwiches.
Everyday Keto Bread Loaf
If you don’t mind the eggs in a keto bread loaf, try some of the keto bread loaf recipes below.
They all slice perfectly to make a delicious breakfast sandwich low-carb recipe.
Low-Carb Sandwich Filling
Next, choose the keto sandwich filling you want to add to your breakfast sandwich.
As a general rule, to make a fulfilling breakfast keto sandwich, you must pick 1 or 2:
The best options are:
- Slice of cheese
- Chicken or turkey
- Firm tofu
The best low-carb vegetables for sandwiches are:
- Baby spinach leaves
- Gherkins or dill pickles
- Butter or olive oil or coconut oil – perfect to spread on bread and toast the sandwich.
It’s also a great quick lunch for when you don’t have time to cook something fancy.
This Keto Breakfast Sandwich is best served and eaten immediately.
However, when I make it, I tend to have some ingredient leftovers.
The bread can be kept for a few days in the fridge and reheated in toasted.
The bacon and egg can be kept in an airtight container in the fridge and warmed up on a frying pan.
To make a vegetarian sandwich, simply add some of these ingredients :
- Protein: fried egg or, if vegan, use fried mushrooms or firm tofu slices.
- Fat: cheese or if vegan keto, use vegan cheese or avocado.
- Keto vegetable – spinach, cucumber, olives, tomatoes.
More Keto Breakfast Recipes
Below are more keto recipes for breakfast with minimal net carbs to start the day energized and fulfilled.
Did you enjoy this easy keto sandwich bread recipe? Share a comment or review below, and let me know which bread you used to make it!
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