Keto Turkey Bacon Breakfast Meal Prep

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  • prep time

    prep time

    7 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    5 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    12 min

Keto Turkey Bacon Breakfast Meal Prep

40 ratings

Breakfast should not be difficult! Especially when it comes to meal prepping, you want a breakfast that is easy to make in bulk and keeps well under refrigeration for a few days. Each breakfast meal prep bowl here has scrambled eggs, two slices of turkey bacon, and a few slices of avocado for additional fat. This recipe makes two bowls, so you can easily double it to last you through the week! Of course, you’re not obligated to use the recipe as meal prep, but it sure does make things easier! You could also turn this into a family breakfast to make for 2-4 people, or cut the recipe in half to make one fresh breakfast for yourself.

Other things to add to the meal prep

You can add other ingredients to your meal prep container to increase the nutrition. Add some dark greens, like fresh spinach or arugula, to the warm scrambled eggs to help them wilt. You could add diced vegetables to your scrambled eggs or even other diced meats. For more fat, try cooking your scrambled eggs with coconut oil!

Avocado nutrition facts

Avocado might seem green and mushy, but it’s loaded with healthy nutrition you need on your Keto diet. An ounce of avocado has about 4 grams of fats and only about 2 grams of carbs. Those fats are rich with omega-3 fatty acids, which help combat bad cholesterol. Avocados also have magnesium and vitamins B and C.

Why eat turkey bacon on the Keto diet?

Pork bacon surely has more fat than turkey bacon, so why eat a leaner cut of meat? While it’s okay to eat bacon every now and then, it still has saturated fats. Some saturated fats are okay to eat in moderation, like animal fat, but you want more of your fat to come from healthier sources. Think fish and avocados.

  • Net Carbs

    3.6 g

  • Fiber

    3.9 g

  • Total Carbs

    7.5 g

  • Protein

    22.1 g

  • Fats

    28.4 g

370 cals

Keto Turkey Bacon Breakfast Meal Prep

#1 Low Carb & Keto Diet App Since 2010

Track macros, calories, and access top Keto recipes.

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  • Raw Egg

    Raw Egg

    4 large

  • Heavy Cream

    Heavy Cream

    2 teaspoon

  • Salt


    0.25 teaspoon

  • Black Pepper

    Black Pepper

    0.25 teaspoon

  • Turkey Bacon

    Turkey Bacon

    4 slice

  • Avocado


    4 ounce

Recipe Steps

steps 4

12 min

  • Step 1

    Whisk together the eggs, cream, salt, and pepper in a bowl. Heat a medium-sized skillet on medium-low heat. You may apply pan spray if needed.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Pour the eggs into the pan. Cook and constantly stir with a spatula until you have scrambled eggs. Cook the eggs to your desired doneness.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Distribute the cooked scrambled eggs between meal prep containers. Wipe the skillet clean. Then, return it to a high heat on the stove. Cook all 4 pieces of bacon to your liking (crispy is recommended).
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Add 2 pieces of bacon to each meal prep bowl. For servings, slice an avocado and arrange 2 oz of avocado per meal prep container. You may also add a sprinkle of salt to the avocado for flavor. Enjoy!
    Step 4

Comments 29

  • IncredibleMacadamia102255

    IncredibleMacadamia102255 5 months ago

    You can add low carb cheese to the scramble for flavor like grated Parma or a sharp cheddar. Those are my go to cheeses….

    • Wordsmithist

      Wordsmithist 2 years ago

      Simple? Sure. But there's something about Turkey Bacon that makes me wretch.

      • FabulousRadish202839

        FabulousRadish202839 5 months ago

        Tried turkey sausage? 🙏😎🖖

    • UpbeatKetone869511

      UpbeatKetone869511 2 years ago

      Quick and easy

      • Anoble

        Anoble 3 years ago

        Simple and delicious receipt🥰

        • GorgeousMacadamia198460

          GorgeousMacadamia198460 3 years ago

          Not an avocado fan. So what can I replace this with please

          • Be Positive

            Be Positive 4 years ago

            What do you do to stop the avocado from discoloration?

            • FabulousKetone880156

              FabulousKetone880156 5 months ago

              Lemon or lime juice works

            • AwesomeKetone245219

              AwesomeKetone245219 2 years ago

              Lemon zest on it

            • SteelBalls2

              SteelBalls2 3 years ago

              The ones I buy at the farmers market don’t turn dark for a couple of days. I won’t buy at grocery store anymore.

            • Dandylion

              Dandylion 3 years ago

              Put it in green salsa make sure green side is facing down in the container, like submerged. It will last a week and will stay fresh. And it works even if you don’t have the seed in it. Plus now you have a little kick to it . :)

            • Illu

              Illu 3 years ago

              I peel and cut the avocado then place it in a ziplock with the seed. It will last fresh a couple of days

            • recipewriter

              recipewriter 4 years ago

              Wait until the day you will be eating your meal to slice and include any avocado. To help the avocado stay green throughout the day, a small squeeze of lemon juice over the avocado will help keep it fresh.

          • Yaya

            Yaya 4 years ago

            Can I pair my samsung watch to the app for steps

            • Kate

              Kate 3 years ago

              I tried but could not do it 🤔🤔

          • Michelleww

            Michelleww 4 years ago

            Simple and great with a day plan ahead

            • Funkycold79

              Funkycold79 4 years ago

              How do you edit a meal prep recipe? I am new, like today new and I see the edit tab when I click on meals but I dont see where I can adjust, make changes or remove items. Help!!

              • QueenP

                QueenP 3 years ago

                add it to "my food" then access it from there. you can delete items and add subs to see where your macros will be

            • Heronda40

              Heronda40 4 years ago

              Easy peasy

              • Monidesiree2

                Monidesiree2 4 years ago

                I like the heavy cream in the eggs part! Awesome!

                • Anonymous

                  Anonymous 4 years ago

                  How do you change the ingredients such as removing the heavy cream so it logs correctly on my daily intake?

                  • Sprout

                    Sprout 3 years ago

                    How do you add it to my foods? Just enter everything separately. I’m new also. Actually have had this app for a while and have yet to use it, but I’m tired of the way I look and am all in now. Any help would be appreciated greatly. I need some self love big time right now.

                  • QueenP

                    QueenP 3 years ago

                    you can add the recipe to "my food" and access it from there to delete items or make subs, and still keep track of your macros

                  • recipewriter

                    recipewriter 4 years ago

                    You will need to log ingredients individually into your food log.

                • Anonymous

                  Anonymous 4 years ago

                  Can I eat pork bacon instead of turkey bacon

                  • recipewriter

                    recipewriter 4 years ago


                • Claierbear7

                  Claierbear7 4 years ago

                  Why is there 2 please? 2 servings?

                  • recipewriter

                    recipewriter 4 years ago

                    Yes the original recipe here makes 2 servings.

                • Drok

                  Drok 4 years ago

                  I make mine with 1 cup of spinach and 1/4 cup red onion diced into the scrambled eggs