If you're going low carb, this bunless morning egg sandwich is just what you're looking for. You definitely need rings of some kind to ensure the eggs are round. I bought some inexpensive ones from Daiso. The recipe suggests Mason jar rings. I know people also have used empty (and washed) tuna cans.
Also, instead of frying the egg, you're steaming it. Watch more in the video:
You can find the full recipe at Delish.
What Would I Change In the Bunless Morning Egg Sandwich
What's great about this recipe is you can go any way you want. I personally love turkey sausage patties on my egg sandwiches. You could also use Canadian bacon.
If you have guacamole leftover, you could use that in place of avocado.
I also always have Laughing Cow cheese wedges on hand. This morning, I used Swiss and Herb. I also always have the chipotle one around. It melts differently, and I like the creaminess of it.
This is going to be messy no matter how you cook it. So make sure you have a lot of napkins on hand.
Make Your Bunless Morning Egg Sandwich A Meal
If you want something like potatoes but don't want the potatoes, see if you can get Green Giant cauliflower tots. I made some this morning to go with my egg scramble, and it was perfect. I confess to not enjoying them with the burger. They're not really like tater tots. Ok, they're trying to be. But if you want a tater tot and you have a cauli-tot, you'll be disappointed. If you decide you want some cauli-tots to go with your Paleo breakfast, you'll be happy.
Add in some fruit as well. Blueberries and oranges (separately) seem to go best with morning egg muffins to me.
What's your favorite fruit in the morning?
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