These Keto Bacon and Egg Crescent Rolls are a delicious low-carb breakfast option. Each roll up contains about 3 net carbs!
The ingredients you will need for the keto bacon, egg, and cheese crescent rolls are:
Shredded Cheddar Cheese
Can I Use Store-Bought Crescent Roll Dough?
If you do not follow a keto diet and want to use regular store-bought crescent roll dough, feel free to do so! Just note that you may need to adjust the bake time (simply bake until golden brown).
How to Make Keto Bacon & Egg Crescent Rolls
You will find the full recipe at the bottom of this post in the recipe card, but this is a quick overview of the process. This recipe for breakfast roll ups has a few different steps.
First, cook the bacon and soft scramble the eggs with cream cheese and stir in shredded cheddar cheese. It is important to prepare the filling first, because the dough is harder to work with as it cools.
Next, prepare the dough by combining melted mozzarella and cream cheese with almond flour and baking powder, along with a beaten egg white. This forms a delicious keto-friendly dough, also known as Fat Head Dough.
Lastly, slice the dough into 6 triangles and fill with the egg mixture and cooked bacon, then tightly roll and bake.
How to Reheat Bacon & Egg Crescent Rolls
You can reheat these several ways, including the microwave, oven, or air fryer. Follow these simple instructions below:
Microwave: Heat in 30 second increments until warmed through.
Oven: Pre-heat the oven to 300 degrees F and place the rolls on a baking sheet. Heat for 12-15 minutes until warmed through. Be careful not to overcook and dry out the rolls.
Air Fryer: Heat the air fryer to 300 degrees (or 315F if that is the lowest your air fryer goes) and heat for 5-6 minutes until warmed though.
For the Keto Dough
1 egg white, beaten
1 1/2 cup mozzarella cheese
1 ounce cream cheese
1/2 cup almond flour
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
For the Filling
5 eggs, scrambled
1 ounce cream cheese
3 large slices of bacon, cut in half and cooked until crisp
3/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese
For the Topping
1 egg white beaten for egg wash to brush on top
Prepare the filling before preparing the dough because the dough is hard to work with once it cools. Cook the bacon slices and cut in half, each roll will have half a slice of bacon.
Soft scramble five eggs and add once ounce of cream cheese to the eggs. Remove from the skillet and place in a bowl, stir in the shredded cheddar cheese and add salt and pepper to taste.
Now preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
To make the dough: In a large microwave safe bowl combine the mozzarella cheese and cream cheese. Heat in 30 second increments until cheese is completely melted.
Stir the cheese so they are combined.
In a second smaller bowl combine the almond flour and baking powder. Mix the almond flour with the the melted cheeses.
When the almond flour and cheese are nearly combined add in a beaten egg white and stir well.
Using your hands work the dough to make sure the egg white is completely worked into the dough (no streaks of egg whites visible) If the dough seems too wet just add 1 tablespoon of almond flour at a time until it feels right.
Lay the dough on a silicone baking sheet. Place a second silicone baking sheet on top and spread the dough into a thin rectangle.
Slice the dough into 6 triangles.
At the fatest end of the triangle add a heaping spoon of the egg mixture and half a slice of bacon. Tightly roll.
When all the breakfast rolls have been assembeled brush with the beaten egg white.
Bake 15-18 minutes until golden brown.
No fruit, unless it’s berries in moderation…
No milk as it’s loaded with sugar. ( unsweetened almond milk is recommended.)
HWC (Heavy whipping cream) is good in coffee or whatever you would like to use it for.
Meat, cheese, eggs, vegetable, nuts, and healthy fats. It’s simple. Stick to that, and you should be ok!
Vegetables that should be avoided are…
Carrots – can be used in moderation, just don’t go over board. They are full of starches and not recommended.
Make sure to drink half your body weight In oz of water as well if you aren’t getting the adequate amount of water it can be bad for your kidneys! This applies for all forms of keto.
Do not forget your electrolytes, they are needed daily.
A good form of electrolytes is:
Pink Himalayan salt added to your food
Strict keto – counts all macros, do not eat processed foods.
Lazy keto – doesn’t track all macros, still eats processed foods, as long as they are on plan
Macros are a break down of the calories you intake for the day. Which should be…
Carb manager is a great app to track macros
Carbs are a limit – try not to go over your carb limit.
Fat is a lever – you don’t have to meet your fat macro, it’s simply there to help you get full.
Protein is a goal- try your best to reach your protein goal, but try not to go over. Excessive amounts of protein can cause you to stall in weight loss.
Anything other than this food group selection would be considered low carb. Also, if you are in ketosis, and eat outside of this food group not only could it take you out of ketosis, but it could spike your blood sugar! Which can make you sick.
Hope this helps.
If you are a keto newbie- This should help
Meats: ZERO CARBS
• Beef- Ground beef, Steak, Ribs, and Roasts
• Pork- Chops, Ribs, BACON, Loins, sausage
• Chicken/Turkey- Thighs w/skin or wings are the best because breasts are high in protein. However, you CAN eat breasts, just have to eat more fat to compensate.
• Fish- Tuna, Salmon, Cod, Haddock, etc.
• Shrimp/Lobster- Go crazy, use lots of butter!
Cheese: MOST are no carb, almost all are low carb
• Mozerella & Cheddar- Buy in bulk, they freeze well and are insanely versatile!
• Colby jack, pepper jack, monterrey jack
• Taco style, Mexican style
• Parmesan, Asiago
• Ricotta- Freezes well, very versatile
• Cottage cheese- Good to throw in your lunch with berries, usually around 4-8g of Carbs per serving
• Cream Cheese- Freezes very well, this is one of the things that I always glance at whenever I go to the store, and always buy a bunch of if it’s under 75 cents per 8oz.
Vegetables: No potatoes! Get your carbs from above ground veggies!!!
• Leafy greens- Spinach, Spring mix, Kale, Romaine
• Zucchini- Great for a noodle substitute!
• Avacado- Awesome source of natural fat!
• Brussels sprouts
• Spaghetti Squash- Versatile, makes a great spaghetti substitute and is even great for making hash browns!!
• Peppers- Jalepeño, banana, green/red/yellow/ orange bell
• Broccoli- Great with cheese, steamed or just raw!
• Asparagus- Awesome roasted or sautéed with bacon and garlic!
• Cauliflower- AWESOME potato substitute!!
• Celery- Great with cream cheese or all natural peanut butter!
• Pickles (Read nutrition labels, watch for sugar and carbs)
• Green beans- Awesome sautéed in bacon grease with garlic, (watch portion size, though).
• Onions- Red, yellow: use somewhat sparingly, to taste
Fruits: Most are a no-no, especially bananas, oranges and grapes.
• Lemon/Limes- Adds great flavor!
Nuts (grams of Carbs per 100 grams, or 3.5 oz)
• Pecans/ Brazil (4g)
• Macadamia (5g)
• Hazelnut/Walnut/Peanut (7g)
• Pine (9g)
• Almond (10g)
• Pistachio (18g)
• Cashew (27g)
• Coconut Oil
• Butter: Kerry Gold is best but just make sure it’s REAL butter and not a spread or margarine