Low Carb Bacon Eggs & Stevia Leaf Breakfast

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Low Carb Bacon Eggs & Stevia Leaf Breakfast

Low Carb Bacon Eggs & Stevia Leaf Breakfast

Sometimes we are just looking for a easy and quick keto breakfast. Low Carb Bacon & Eggs are always on the menu it seems. But do you ever miss jelly or a sweet taste with them, but don’t want to spend the time making yet another sweet keto recipe?

Here’s another Quick and Easy Keto Breakfast – Click Here

Stevia Leaf – Sweetness with no Sugar or Insulin Spikes

Stevia Leaf Cut & Sifted Organic - Stevia rebaudiana, 4 OzStevia Leaf Cut & Sifted Organic – Stevia rebaudiana, 4 Oz

Simply add a Stevia leaf, fresh or dried, both work.  I grow my own stevia, but in the winter time it dies back, so I also am sure to dry plenty for the winter months usage. It can be used in a wide variety of recipes.

It is a healthy, all natural sweetener, and gives the dish just enough of sweetness without extra carbs or fake unhealthy sweeteners. It also doesn’t cause blood sugar or insulin spikes, and sweetens just perfectly.

If you don’t have a stevia plant the stevia shown here from Amazon is already chopped and sifted and works very well for this recipe. When I dry my stevia I remove all stems and finely mush the dried leaves up before placing it into it’s herb jar.

 

Low Carb Bacon Eggs & Stevia Leaf Breakfast

Ingredients:

  • 2 large Eggs
  • 4 slices regular Bacon
  • Dried Fine Stevia
  • Salt and Pepper to Taste
  • Olive Oil or your Favorite Oil to Fry

Instructions:

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  • Fry bacon – I fry mine in the microwave on a microwave bacon cooker (shown here) easy and convenient. Set aside to cool.
  • Heat oil, add one egg at a time and fry to desired done-ness. I love runny yolk!
  • Once egg is done move to paper towel and blot off excess oil.
  • Move eggs to serving dish and sprinkle a good dash of stevia, salt and pepper.
  • Eat up and enjoy that sweet taste!
  • Less that 1.5 grams of carbs!

If you try this recipe let me know what you think of the stevia in the comments below! Or if you have questions, join my Facebook Group. Love Pinterest? Hit me up there too!

Originally posted 2017-09-30 16:12:21.

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