Keto Ham Swiss Cheese Mug Biscuit

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  • prep time

    prep time

    5 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    1 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    6 min

Keto Ham Swiss Cheese Mug Biscuit

27 ratings

If you love the mug biscuit on this site you will love this ham and swiss mug sandwich! You make the mug biscuit in the microwave, then slice it into quarters and top it with canadian bacon and aged swiss cheese! It will make for the loveliest of breakfasts!

  • Net Carbs

    5.2 g

  • Fiber

    4.8 g

  • Total Carbs

    13 g

  • Protein

    29.2 g

  • Fats

    33.6 g

455 cals

Keto Ham Swiss Cheese Mug Biscuit

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Ingredients

  • Coconut Flour

    Coconut Flour

    1 tablespoon

  • Almond Flour

    Almond Flour

    3 tablespoon

  • Baking Powder

    Baking Powder

    ¼ teaspoon

  • The Ultimate Icing Sugar Replacement by Swerve

    The Ultimate Icing Sugar Replacement by Swerve

    1 tsp

  • Coarse Kosher Salt by Morton

    Coarse Kosher Salt by Morton

    ⅛ tsp

  • Raw Egg

    Raw Egg

    1 large

  • Avocado Oil

    Avocado Oil

    2 teaspoon

  • Canadian Bacon

    Canadian Bacon

    2 slice - 2 1/2" diameter x 1/4"

  • Swiss Cheese

    Swiss Cheese

    1 slice- each 3/4 ounce

Recipe Steps

steps 4

6 min

  • Step 1

    Mix all dry ingredients together (flours, baking powder, Serve and salt) into a heatproof coffee mug.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Add in the wet ingredients (egg and avocado oil). Mix until combined, scraping down the sides. Microwave on HIGH for 1 minute. The biscuit will be puffed.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Remove the biscuit from the mug by running a knife around the edges. Cut biscuit evenly into 4 round circles. Top two of them with one slice of canadian bacon each and ½ of a Swiss cheese slice.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Microwave again for 15-20 seconds until the cheese is melted and then top each with the other rounds to make a sandwich. Enjoy!
    Step 4

Comments 21

  • ExcellentAvocado283306

    ExcellentAvocado283306 2 years ago

    I kind of souped this up a bit, cut in 3rds used turkey breast instead of ham. Layered sandwich with turkey and swiss on both sides and put back In microwave for 30 sec. To melt cheese. I also put a little mayo and mustard ( it is very dry otherwise). It was satisfying and very filling, the extra calories works for me since I am intermittent fasting. I have been having trouble getting my macros during eating window. I end up breaking fast when I dont, newbie here.

    • Unicorn Dolphin

      Unicorn Dolphin 3 years ago

      I made some changes ... skipped the sweetener and added rosemary to the biscuit dough. Shaped into two biscuits and cooked in the air fryer at 400 degrees for 8 minutes on top of tin foil based on what another reviewer said. I don't much like the microwave texture so this was completely worth it to put it in the air fryer instead. I also used ham steak instead of Canadian bacon which I also cooked in the air fryer while the biscuits were baking. This made two delicious sandwiches and I added whatever sliced cheese I had, also melted in the air fryer! I know if sounds like a lot of work but it really was easy and very little cleanup since I cooked on tinfoil.

      • CabbagePatchMeg

        CabbagePatchMeg 3 years ago

        Can u make biscuits ahead of time?

    • SuperKetone173608

      SuperKetone173608 3 years ago

      Love this! Very filling and flavorful. I added less Swerve and used 4 Tbsp almond flour and left out the coconut flour to cut the sweetness. I added a tiny bit more baking powder to make the biscuit a bit more fluffy. It satisfies my desire for breakfast sandwiches without all the carbs and is so simple to make.

      • ExcellentKetone664437

        ExcellentKetone664437 3 years ago

        Biscuit??? Not even close! Rubbery. Would rather eat egg and Canadian bacon on their own. Hate the sweet coconut flavor in this biscuit. I love coconut, but this is awful. This is a perfectly good way to ruin Canadian Bacon and eggs.

        • SpectacularArugula830610

          SpectacularArugula830610 3 years ago

          Meh

          • PSBox

            PSBox 3 years ago

            So easy & tasty! Turned out perfect. I’ll be having this often.

            • Zesty 🍋

              Zesty 🍋 3 years ago

              A salty treat you can adapt for whatever is in your fridge and makes enough for 2 portions for a tasty lunch, supper, party buffet or picnic. I mixed all the ingredients (no sweetener) together+ fresh basil and a spoonful of lactose-free soft cheese. I cooked 4 patties 8 minutes on my air fry setting and served with baby spinach and a few almond-stuffed olives.

              • Judy G

                Judy G 3 years ago

                No alternative for not using microwave?

                • Climber76

                  Climber76 2 years ago

                  Not for a coffee mug. Use ramekins for sure in the oven, as described in the other reply

                • PhyllisB

                  PhyllisB 3 years ago

                  I think you could bake in an oven or toaster oven. I would try 325-350 for 5-7 minutes for starters and add minutes as needed. For 1-2 servings a toaster oven would use less energy

              • ExcellentKale257096

                ExcellentKale257096 3 years ago

                Tasty! I used egg substitute, thinly sliced ham and swiss cheese and saved 100 calories.

                • SE160

                  SE160 3 years ago

                  Like it a lot. Can I skip baking powder?

                  • Climber76

                    Climber76 2 years ago

                    Baking powder is key for the fluffiness and rise of the biscuit, unless you like a rubbery hockey puck consistency! We won’t judge… :\

                • Bonnie G.

                  Bonnie G. 4 years ago

                  Did not use ham or swiss. Instead I split in half (next time I'll do 3rds) spread with butter and sugar free pancake syrup. YUMMY only 4 carbs.

                  • Vicky

                    Vicky 4 years ago

                    Something different from eggs. I liked it. Will make again.

                    • Mel

                      Mel 4 years ago

                      Was good, a little dry but good , I will have it again

                      • Jeanie

                        Jeanie 4 years ago

                        It would be great to have the option to print with no photos, so as to save printer ink. I like seeing the photos, I just don't want to print them.

                        • asingley80

                          asingley80 4 years ago

                          I copy & paste in my notebook. Inks expensive

                      • Ginarocket

                        Ginarocket 5 years ago

                        This will become a regular breakfast item. We loved this!

                        • wamdesigns

                          wamdesigns 5 years ago

                          This hit the spot for my Breakfast! I usually do not use the word “love” for food or things... but here I have to say: I love my breakfast again. Thank you for this recipe!