Keto Cheesy Bacon Muffins

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  • prep time

    prep time

    9 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    20 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    29 min

Keto Cheesy Bacon Muffins

20 ratings

These quick and easy muffins are rich with cream cheese and tangy feta and baked in a bacon cup.

These make a great breakfast option or lunch served with a green salad.

  • Net Carbs

    0.9 g

  • Fiber

    0 g

  • Total Carbs

    1 g

  • Protein

    9.1 g

  • Fats

    10.1 g

134 cals

Keto Cheesy Bacon Muffins

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Ingredients

  • Bacon

    Bacon

    9 slice - 6" long

  • Raw Egg

    Raw Egg

    5 small

  • Cream Cheese Spread

    Cream Cheese Spread

    2 tablespoon

  • Feta Cheese

    Feta Cheese

    2 tablespoon

  • Salt, Sea Salt

    Salt, Sea Salt

    ¼ teaspoon

  • Black Pepper

    Black Pepper

    ⅛ teaspoon

Recipe Steps

steps 5

29 min

  • Step 1

    Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Step 2

    Select a muffin tray and line the edges of 6 individual muffin cups with one strip of bacon per cup. Slice the remaining bacon strips in half and layer a half strip into the bottom of each cup so that the base and sides are completely covered.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Add the eggs, cheeses, salt and pepper to a mixing bowl and beat together to combine.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Divide the cheesy egg mixture between the 6 bacon lined cups.
    Step 4
  • Step 5

    Transfer to the oven for 18-20 minutes until cooked through and golden brown on top.
    Step 5

Comments 27

  • UpbeatArugula947740

    UpbeatArugula947740 a year ago

    Very good. My bacon slices were quite long, so I needed only 6 slices. I used 3 large eggs and cheddar cheese since I didn’t have feta. Yummy!

    • Char528

      Char528 a year ago

      What can I substitute the feta cheese with something else like shredded cheddar or something

      • UpbeatArugula947740

        UpbeatArugula947740 a year ago

        Mine were great with cheddar cheese.

      • SkinnyDee

        SkinnyDee a year ago

        I might try it with Ricotta...

    • Mariann

      Mariann 2 years ago

      So good! I precooked the bacon a little and they were great with crispy bacon. I made a bunch and put them in the freezer for a quick on the go breakfast!

      • GorgeousRadish449554

        GorgeousRadish449554 a year ago

        Good idea to precooked the bacon. I'll try that.

    • reynolds8@shaw.ca

      reynolds8@shaw.ca 2 years ago

      Made them in the air fryer Took 10 mins Super good!

      • LizPepper

        LizPepper 2 years ago

        This was really good! I followed the recipe but put the bacon lined muffin cups in the oven while I mixed the eggs to see if it might help cook them. Probably not a good idea as the bacon shrunk and now I have a whole lot of egg mixture left after filling the bacon. I put the oven on high (210 F). Next time I'll put it a little lower because it burnt the tops a bit. But to my surprise I had little soufflés ! Also next time, I won't add extra salt as the bacon is salty on its own and maybe I'll add some spinach to the mix. Will definitely make this one again! Especially since I have more egg mixture left 😉

        • AmazingArugula711448

          AmazingArugula711448 10 months ago

          Turn the muffin pan upside down and wrap the bacon around the outside of the cup and bake. It makes little bacon baskets.

      • GorgeousAvocado522402

        GorgeousAvocado522402 2 years ago

        Very good!

        • StupendousAvocado428926

          StupendousAvocado428926 2 years ago

          FANTASTIC 👍

          • Lovellclan6

            Lovellclan6 2 years ago

            Easy and super yummy!

            • roli

              roli 2 years ago

              These were great! Used large eggs and large muffin tins, should have a pan underneath to catch bacon run-off, Oven now needs cleaning. I put feta in cups after egg mixture to make even. Also warmed regular cream cheese slightly before mixing in eggs etc.

              • GorgeousRadish449554

                GorgeousRadish449554 a year ago

                Thanks for the tips.

            • FortuitousKetone710721

              FortuitousKetone710721 3 years ago

              Quick, easy breakfast to pull out of refrigerator or freezer, microwave and go

              • GorgeousRadish449554

                GorgeousRadish449554 a year ago

                They must freeze well! I'll try that

            • Nuts for Nets

              Nuts for Nets 3 years ago

              These things rock! I had the same result at 20 minutes - the bacon is a little underdone but the muffins are already browned and risen. No problem. Heat up your cast iron frying pan with a little bacon grease in it and finish off the bacon, rolling it around on the edges and flipping it on the top and bottom. Viola! What a great alternative to the same old bacon and eggs for breakfast. I can see dozens of versions of this recipe. Thanks!

              • Lisaag

                Lisaag 4 years ago

                Very tasty! Next time I'll add more feta and try baking them longer to crisp the bacon.

                • GorgeousRadish449554

                  GorgeousRadish449554 a year ago

                  I like my bacon crisp also.

              • Dizzydankster

                Dizzydankster 4 years ago

                Easy, fluffy

                • KARAR

                  KARAR 4 years ago

                  I made these today and they were great. My only suggestion would be to cook the bacon 1/2 way first because it doesn’t get very crispy.

                  • GorgeousRadish449554

                    GorgeousRadish449554 a year ago

                    Will do.

                • Anonymous

                  Anonymous 4 years ago

                  Loved this recipe , I did cook it at 400 for about 30 minutes to get my bacon more crispy . At 20 minutes the outside was nice and crispy but the bottom on the inside wasn’t all the way cooked through . First time trying feta cheese and it was amazing in this recipe , will add a little more next time I make it !

                  • GorgeousRadish449554

                    GorgeousRadish449554 a year ago

                    Thanks for the tip. I'm cooking it today.

                • skunkel10

                  skunkel10 5 years ago

                  Can you freeze these or meal prep these to last the week?

                  • Anonymous

                    Anonymous 5 years ago

                    Definitely would say you can freeze them because they're just cheese, egg and bacon. All three of those freeze very well

                • Rinus Kriel

                  Rinus Kriel 5 years ago

                  Quick and Easy