Keto Scrambled Eggs – A Love Rekindled!
Not everybody gets excited about scrambled eggs. They’re unfortunately considered the lazy man’s breakfast- they’re easy and quick to make. When cooked improperly, you’re left with dry, spongy bits of curdled egg. But, when cooked slowly using Gordon Ramsay’s technique, you get creamy and evenly cooked, perfect scrambled eggs that are moist and full of flavor. Dry eggs can be underwhelming, but scrambled eggs don’t have to be that way! We’ve been using Ramsay’s method and have honestly had these perfect keto scrambled eggs for breakfast (and sometimes dinner) days in a row! They’re addicting and super versatile- you can add anything you want into the scramble and eat something different each time.
We stick to our basic recipe- eggs, green onions and spices. It’s light and simple, a perfect accompaniment to some robust and salty bacon, cooked to a crisp. Give this technique a try, you will not be disappointed and never look at scrambled eggs the same way again.
We used sour cream in this recipe to cool the eggs off to stop the cooking process and add some more moisture (again, to prevent dry spongy eggs) but if you’ve got some crème fraîche on hand, that would work better! Crème fraîche is simply sour cream with way more fat, about 30-45% butterfat. Awesome for any keto breakfast!
Eggs are also such a great keto ingredient. One egg has 6 grams of protein and 5 grams of healthy fats. They also have no carbs which means you can eat as many eggs as you please! Eggs are also full of lots of other nutrients like calcium, selenium and lots of vitamins (vitamin A, B12, D, E K….the list goes on!). If you are able to buy eggs that have extra omega-3 fatty acids, definitely grab them! These eggs come from “happy chickens” who have a balanced diet of grass and other natural feed. The result of feeding chickens well is eggs that are higher in omega 3’s. Omega-3 fatty acids have been linked to many health benefits and promote a healthier heart. Seems like a good choice!
Scrambled eggs are perfect when eaten on their own but feel free to serve them on top of keto cloud bread, next to a sweet chaffle or inside a keto wrap with some sauteed spinach. There really is no wrong way to eat scrambled eggs. While they may be considered the lazy mans breakfast, we know that they are actually a keto winners breakfast! Make eggs any day, every day and you will be starting your day off the right way! Maybe even scrambled eggs for dinner? Breakfast for dinner is always a fun switch. Enjoy!
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