Cooktop Cove: 7+ tasty and low-carb breakfast wraps to start your day off right
By Phyllis Romero
Low-carb breakfast wraps are a delicious way to start your day off right. When you're trying to eat more nutritious and healthy options, it can get boring pretty quickly if you don't have fabulous recipes in your arsenal.
Thankfully, these recipes are anything but boring. They're actually quite scrumptious. Check out these seven tasty, low-carb breakfast that'll leave you satisfied.
Low-carb spinach and cheese egg muffins
Whip up a batch of these muffins ahead of time and stash them in the fridge for several days or in the freezer for months. Pop them in the microwave to thaw and reheat and you’re good to go. Get the full recipe here.
Low-carb sausage-stuffed pancakes
This recipe is a fun play on pigs in a blanket that's easy to make for breakfast. Because the sausages need to be cooked before they are added to the pancake batter, consider prepping them the night before so these are even easier to throw together in the morning; if you do this, warm them up a bit in the microwave before starting the recipe. Get the full recipe here.
Low-carb breakfast egg wrap
It's hard to believe this easy and delicious breakfast wrap is low in carb – but it is. Sausage links, cheese and avocado slices beef up the flavor. A bit of salsa kicks up the flavor another notch. Get the full recipe here.
Low-carb ham, cheese and egg baked cups
This recipe makes it a snap to prep a low-carb breakfast you can grab on your way out the door. The combination of cheese, egg and ham make it a tasty option, too. Get the full recipe here.
Mexican avocado egg salad wraps (h/t Cottercrunch)
An efficient low-carb breakfast wrap is a handful of healthy ingredients wrapped in greens rather than gluten or its counterpart. This avocado egg salad wrap fits the bill. Season it with Mexican spices and jalapeño to give it a kick and wrap it in collard greens. This one’s Whole 30 and Paleo friendly!
Low-carb broccoli and cheddar muffins
Lots of egg muffin recipes exist, but this is one is a favorite combination. It feels healthy with the broccoli, has tons of flavor from the cheese and is low in carbs. You can switch out the cheddar cheese for something such as Gruyere or swap asparagus for the broccoli. Get the full recipe here.
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