Easy Breakfast Bacon Pie
Now that I am a busy mom I understand that not everyone want to or has the time to spend in the kitchen. However I do know that everyone loves tasty food. If you haven’t noticed I have worked and worked on making recipes easier for all of you to make this lifestyle easier! And this Easy Breakfast Bacon Pie is not only lovely, it tastes amazing and it is super easy!
I just had a client ask where to find bacon without sugar in the ingredients. I told her we order ButcherBox which gets delivered to our front door every month and their bacon doesn’t have sugar in it! Yahoo! Click HERE to get a subscription (makes a great Mother’s Day gift! hint hint!) I also love to save time having healthy food mailed to my front door!
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- ¾ cup shredded sharp cheddar, divided
- 8 eggs
- 3 teaspoons dried chives
- 1 teaspoon fine grain sea salt
- 6 slices thin-cut sugar free bacon
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Place ½ cup shredded cheese evenly the bottom of a 9 inch pie pan. Place in oven for 3 minutes or until melted. Meanwhile place the other ¼ cup in a medium bowl. Add eggs, chives and salt. Stir well to combine. Pour over melted cheese. Place bacon slices in a weave pattern over the egg mixture. Place in oven to bake for 30 minutes or until eggs are set and bacon is crisp. Store extras in airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days.
336 calories, 26g fat, 24g protein, 2g carbs, 0g fiber
TESTIMONY OF THE DAY
I spoke at an event and a young mother told me she just found out that her 1 year old has Type 1 diabetes. She said the dietician at the hospital said they NEEDED carbohydrates and keto diets are dangerous. HOWEVER, I told her the facts and that I have copious amounts of Type 1 diabetic clients and that this is the way Type 1 diabetes need to eat!
One of my recipe testers is a Type 1 diabetic and she tests herself with my recipes so I KNOW my recipes are on par for Type 1s. She went from 50 units of long acting insulin to 15! AND her a1c is now 5.9!
She started to add carbs like sweet potatoes when she reached her goal weight BUT her a1c and need for units of insulin started to go way up again. Instead of adding carbs, we added fat to maintain her weight. There is no dietary need for carbohydrates!