Breakfast for Lunch!
We all know having breakfast for dinner is amazing… but breakfast for lunch isn’t as common. Cobb salad has always given us breakfast vibes when we enjoy it for lunch! It’s not surprising – you’ve got bacon, egg and avocado in one meal! That’s our usual weekday breakfast with a few more ingredients thrown in.
A Cobb salad is already a pretty safe low carb lunch option. The only thing to watch out for are some dressings that can be full of sugar. Otherwise, the salad’s full of fat! All that avocado, egg and bacon makes our Cobb salad recipe extremely filling! Great for taking to work or school with you as your first meal of the day if you’re fasting (Have you heard of intermittent fasting?) or enjoying at home (for breakfast, lunch or dinner)!
This recipe is actually a part of our 3 Day Keto Meal Plan, but we think it should be a staple in everyone’s keto diet. That’s why we’re sharing it for any to access. It’s simple to throw together and holds up well in a mason jar or lunch box to go. Make sure you layer those tomatoes between the dressing and the rest of the ingredients if you’re making a mason jar salad so the whole salad doesn’t get soggy.
Otherwise, one of our favorite salad containers to go is this HMI Home Products Salad Shaker – it’s large, but tall rather than wide, so it fits well in most bags. It also has a dressing container that fits more than a drop of dressing, like most other salad containers.
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