Bacon and Eggs Breakfast Recipe with Avocado

Bacon and eggs make the perfect low-carb, high-fat Keto breakfast.

It’s super easy to make and taste delicious…

If you’re looking for an easy, minimal prep low-carb Keto breakfast, this is the one.

(Read more about the keto diet here…)


Eggs are very rich in many nutrients including protein, B2, B12 vitamins, and selenium, just to name a few.


Bacon too is a great source of protein and monounsaturated fat. Part of this monounsaturated fat is oleic acid, the same type of fats found in olive oil.

To keep all your ingredients as clean as can be, go for organic bacon. They are less processed and tend to contain fewer additives.


Avocado is a natural fat-burning food because of its ability to quell hunger. It’s also a perfect keto food deriving 77% of its calories from fat.

Of the fat, the vast majority is oleic acid, a type of healthy monounsaturated fats (MUFAs). It’s the same type of fat olive oil contains. It’s also said to have many health benefits such as weight loss, blood sugar control, and more.

But it’s not just healthy fat avocado contains. It’s also rich in other vitamins like A, C, K, folate, potassium, and fiber. Many are the essential vitamins and nutrients we need in our daily life.

Needless to say, it’s a great addition to this Keto breakfast and a great way to start off your day.

If you are ready, let’s get started.

Don’t worry if you are not a pro in the kitchen.

What I love about this low-carb dish is that it’s very hard to mess up and doesn’t take long to make.

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Bacon and Eggs Keto Breakfast Recipe
Easy to create and taste amazingly delicious. If you love bacon and eggs, this low-carb breakfast will soon become one of your favorite Keto meals.
Bacon and eggs Keto
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Bacon and eggs Keto
  1. Heat a pan on medium-high. Fry the bacon in it until it's crispy. Remove from the pan and set aside on a plate. Leave the bacon grease in the pan.
  2. In that same pan, crack your eggs on top of the bacon grease. You can also crack the eggs into a small bowl and carefully pour into the pan to avoid the fat splattering.
  3. Cook the eggs however way you like. Season it with salt and pepper to taste. Once the eggs are cooked, place them on a plate.
  4. Slice your tomatoes into half and fry them after the eggs using the same pan. Sprinkle salt and pepper to taste.
  5. Slice the half avocado into three and place them in the plate. Enjoy.
Recipe Notes

Nutrition Per Serving: Calories 422, Fat 36.8g, Carbohydrates 10.6g, Protein 15.4g