A Five Star Breakfast!
No, this recipe was not inspired by any Egg McMuffin!
It may be surprising, but we were never fans of fast food restaurants like McDonald’s and Burger King pre-keto. Even through all our unhealthy eating habits, we were still aware of how down we felt after eating their food. It took only a few meals to realize where the next morning’s stomach aches and brain fog were coming from. Before our switch from low fat to low carb, we enjoyed making our own food at home and splurging for more healthy options when dining out.
This recipe was inspired by Rami’s love for breakfast sausage. We decided to make a low carb sandwich, breakfast style, on a low carb English muffin! We didn’t have English muffins, nor did we have breakfast sausage, but when you’ve got a craving, you can’t stop just because you’re missing half the ingredients!
There are a few spices that give regular ground pork their breakfast sausage flavor. We used salt, pepper, thyme and sage to really make it feel like we were having a 5 star breakfast with all the bells and whistles.
We also did a quick search for low carb English muffins and stumbled upon a friend of our’s Paleo English Muffins! Stacey @ BeautyandtheFoodie created an awesome recipe with very accessible ingredients so we had to try it out. Clearly, they came out amazing. We enjoyed our low carb sandwich so much and we’re glad we snapped a picture of it, because we had to share it right away.
Enjoy this low carb sandwich with a cup of coffee for the most amazing start to your day!
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