Sausage, eggs, cream cheese, and avocado. You can’t go wrong with these delicious breakfast egg wraps. They taste just like a regular breakfast wrap but without any of the carbs!

The journey to breakfast wrap perfection starts with frying up the chicken sausage in a hot pan. We recommend buying high-quality sausages that don’t contain many unnecessary extra ingredients—especially carbohydrates.

Once the sausage is cooked, it can be taken out of the pan and left to cool down. The next part of the journey involves making egg wraps. You can make them by cracking all of the eggs into a bowl and then beating them together. Eight eggs should make four egg wraps. To cook the wraps, place a quarter of the egg mixture into a hot pan at a time and cook the wraps until golden brown. To save time, you can make the egg wraps the night before and leave them in your fridge to cool overnight.

Assembling your breakfast egg wraps involves adding an equal amount of avocado, cream cheese, sausage, and peppers to each wrap and then rolling them uptight. If you want you can then cut them in halves or eat them whole.

Overall, this is a great recipe for those on a keto diet as most of the carbs that you would normally find in a breakfast wrap have been eliminated. Give them a go. Hopefully, you’ll discover your new favorite breakfast recipe!

Read the full recipe with full nutrition breakdown and step-by-step pictures over at:


12 ounce chicken sausage
8 large egg
2 medium avocado
8 tablespoon cream cheese, softened
1 medium jalapeno pepper, diced
4 teaspoon butter
Salt and pepper to taste

Nutrition Summary: This makes a total of 4 servings of Keto Breakfast Egg Wrap. Each serving comes out to be 609 calories, 46.9g fat, 3.8g net carbs, and 37.8g protein.


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