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Cover with a paper towel and microwave in 10–15 second bursts until your egg white is opaque. (We suggest doing short increments so your egg doesn’t explode all over your microwave.) With bacon, we all know a greasy mess ensues when we cook it on the stove, however the microwave does a bang up job on bacon, too. Cook the bacon on a medium flame. Chop the onions finely and add it in the frying pan. Keep stirring until it turns brown.

When the onions and bacon are cooked, add in the egg whites and scramble it altogether. Instructions. Fry the bacon in a pan on medium high heat until crispy. Put aside on a plate. Leave the rendered fat in the pan.

Use the same pan to fry the eggs. Place it over medium heat and crack your eggs into the bacon grease. You can also crack them into a measuring Cook the eggs any way. This bacon-and-egg sandwich contains kale and is served on a multigrain English muffin, but still contains sodium, cholesterol, and saturated fat (so watch your overall intake). Use the skillet you will be cooking the eggs in.

Drain the bacon on paper towels, crumble, and set aside. Drain all but one tablespoon of bacon fat out of the skillet and do not wash the skillet. In a large bowl, beat the eggs with cream, salt, and pepper. There’s nothing like the flavor of salty, crispy bacon with creamy eggs. The combination is classic for a breakfast entrée or a sandwich.

It’s important to use quality bacon and eggs. If you happen to raise backyard chickens, then you probably have farm-fresh eggs on hand. If not, buy large eggs from chickens that were pasture raised. Some chefs recommend simply microwaving bacon on a dish lined with paper towels to absorb the grease.

The thickness of the bacon slices and the number of strips you are cooking can affect microwave results. Try microwaving bacon on high for 2 minutes, then in 1. Fry chopped pieces of bacon until the little morsels are crisp and caramelized.

Remove with a slotted spoon and set aside. Use the renderings to sauté onions, kale or shredded Brussels sprouts; add. Starting each day with a protein-rich breakfast can help you stay full longer.

Offset the calories in bacon and eggs by eating lighter for the rest of the day. However, eating eggs hasn’t been linked with an increased risk of heart disease in healthy people. 5 tips to cook super healthy eggs Eggs are nutritious, but you can make your eggs even healthier.

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In a mixing bowl, combine the eggs, Canadian bacon, 2 tablespoons of water, and remaining⅛ teaspoon of salt and stir well.

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Add the melted butter, bacon fat, eggs, and water to the dry ingredients.

“Keto Gatherings” by Kristie Sullivan
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COMBINE the bacon with the eggs, avocados, chives, oil, lemon juice, mayonnaise, and ½ teaspoon each salt and pepper.

“Dinner Made Simple: 35 Everyday Ingredients, 350 Easy Recipes” by The Editors of Real Simple
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Sauté onion in nonstick pan with butter-flavored spray, use light cheese, and replace the bacon with low-fat chopped ham.

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Add the vegetables, bacon, and croissant cubes to the egg mixture.

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Add the lemon juice, vinegar, mustard, and salt, then add the bacon fat and avocado oil.

“Keto Living Day by Day: An Inspirational Guide to the Ketogenic Diet, with 130 Deceptively Simple Recipes” by Kristie Sullivan, Andreas Eenfeldt MD
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by Kristie Sullivan, Andreas Eenfeldt MD
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Pour the egg mixture into the skillet, over the bacon and kale.

“Keto Quick Start: A Beginner's Guide to a Whole-Foods Ketogenic Diet with More Than 100 Recipes” by Diane Sanfilippo
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Heat ¼ cup of bacon fat or MCT oil in a large sauté pan over medium heat, then add 1 to 2 teaspoons of minced garlic and the bread cubes and toss to coat.

“The 30-Day Ketogenic Cleanse: Reset Your Metabolism with 160 Tasty Whole-Food Recipes & Meal Plans” by Maria Emmerich
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Healthy low-fat, low salt coatings for seafood, poultry and veggies: Mix with yogurt, or egg and water; coat food and chill briefly before baking.

“Cooking for Healthy Healing: The healing recipes. Book two” by Linda Page
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Season them with salt, pepper and nutmeg, dip them into yolks of eggs, and roll them in bread crumbs; put them into a pan with a very little cold water, some butter, rolled in flour, and a few minced onions: lay slices of bacon over the top, and bake them in rather a brisk oven.

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  • Nailed it like usually. I like my eggs maybe a tad softer but not runny but it’s personal preference. I use parts of the the Gordon Ramsey method and put some small cold butter pieces in my eggs so it melts as it cooks and keeps them soft. If people like soft you can add a little crime fraiche or sour cream about half way thru to keep extra creamy and soft. I’m sure you’ve prob seen his but if you don’t like soft or runny it’s prob not for u. But like every vid I’ve seen of yours you nail the technique you are going for and they look beautiful. I went to Kendall college in Chicago and that’s where I learned about the bacon in the oven and how that’s how almost all pros and kitchens do it. I really can’t get enough of your vids.

  • “Eating Right” is highly subjective! For example, some people should eat bacon. Yet, to the health conscious layman or religious groups, bacon (pork) seems like a bad food item. And, it is—for most people. However, it may be good for you. The term used in the nutrition world to describe this phenomenon is biochemical individuality. Simply put, not everyone is biologically the same. This is the reason why certain well-tested medications work for certain individuals and not for others. Their individual biochemistry is compatible with that particular substance:

    “Biochemical individuality is the concept that the nutritional and chemical make-up of each person is unique and that dietary and other needs therefore vary from person to person. People have unique biochemical profiles based upon their own genetic structure, nutrition and environment”. -Roger Williams, American Biochemist

  • It’s totally science doesn’t support that claim Bacon’s one of the worst things you can eat for your body I’ve cooked bacon all that fat and grease

  • Bacon is a traditional winter food same as ham and salt beef. Stems from the pre industrial days of farming, when the food for feeding animals became scarce they were slaughtered and the meat preserved. when farming was done by hand and horse there was no choice but to kill the meat stock and try to over winter the horses and breeding stock. There is no reason in this modern world to eat so much of it. The only reason there is so much of it about is it has a longer supermarket shelf life than untreated pork.

  • Please can you tell time the brand and size of the frying pan you use? And also model and brand of knife.
    Even an affiliate link is appreciated.


  • It also contains lots of
    #PARASITES!! all these
    Misconceptions of what
    Is healthy and not
    Healthy foods to eat
    Are confusing..i watch
    Alot of documentary about parasites..and
    Eating PORK is very
    Unhealthy for the
    Digestive Tracts..

  • i found overnight oats were good for a cheap option but i do add cinnamon powder for bit more flavour and slash of water in the morning in case its too dry

  • Good morning to you From the Pacific Northwest USA. Cowboy hat Eeeee haw! 😉 I’m dying to try some of the Aussie style bacon you use in the video. I can’t find it stateside. Sometimes I toss aesthetics aside and simply stir fry my bacon much like you. Simple and fine by me. Thanks for the fun video Greggo and thumbs up!

  • The pork is such bad for you that you can ignore the “benefits” (which actually are not that special really since you can find choline in a variety of 120+ foods) it comes with. Got ya some stats.
    MG IN 100 G

    egg yolk raw 682.3

    caviar 490.9

    beef liver braised 426

    beef liver fried 418.2

    veal liver braised 310

    chicken liver cooked 290

    eggs raw 251.1

    eggs hard-boiled 225.3

    whey dried 225

    turkey liver simmered 220.2

    chicken giblets simmered 178.1

    bacon pan-fried 130.8

    Moms shouldn´t be afraid of bacon, they should simply eat other things that exclude pork meat.

    The pork and red meats are usually high in cholesterol that with the fact that the pork red meat is not pure meat but at an intracellular level, pork meat contains fat, a lot. Yeah you read it. The “benefit” is negligible. Then you have to consider that 70% of pork meat is infected with some forms of bacteria and parasytes. It really does not worth the trouble. And hey, you are free to do what you want to with your body, I am only here to advise you. Stay healthy and have a nice day!

  • You lost me at salt. Salt isn’t bad for you unless you eating that nasty processes table salt like the one with the umbrella girl on front. There’s no nutrition whatsoever it that horrible stuff. You might as well use it to season seed oils and just say to hell with it.

  • Who has time to cut all these vegetables?!?lmao
    Easier to buy chopped and frozen ��
    At Kroger, I think pre-chopped onions and veggies cost 1$ a bag. There’s approximately 1-2 chopped red peppers(weighed on a food scale for accuracy) in the bags I buy. It’s easier to keep ‘fresh’(it’s frozen, of course it won’t be ‘fresh’ fresh) as well so no food waste! Saves in the freezer for months.
    Also, liquid egg whites in a carton really are a blessing and worth the extra $$. However, I’ve heard of separating the eggs beforehand and placing them in airtight containers? �� Could save time AND money but seems super sketch.

  • The human diet is simple. You eat STARCH. The keto diet is funded by the hospitals and meat industry. Dr. Mcdougall is the truth. Eat more weigh less.

  • Are you using a normal pan or a non stick pan? Cos didn’t see that you used any oil or butter to fry them! Is it to use the lowest heat for cooking all these? Thanks!

  • Sugar on tomato… cheap white bread… meh not my style… timing was smart. Portion was small especially for a big dude…

  • Bacon also contains high amounts of sodium that raises one’s blood pressure in an insane way. High blood pressure causes the rupture of the blood vessel walls and the formation of clots and ultimately narrows down the blood vessels due to blockage.

  • Bacon has high amounts of saturated fats and eating them 3-4 times a week is way too much and it increases the risk of getting coronary heart disease.

  • Look who stops by, another troll with a Vegematic dress on.. there is nothing unhealthy about this dish. Best you leave now.. you don’t belong here, sorry.. XD right, ok? XD I am not dead yet,I will die hard in hell one day! YOU IDIOT! OMG FXXXing hell up bruh dude pay the bills, you have to stop! GET A Life Dr. FeelGood! Aye, ayeh, ayiegh. XD

  • Omg I loved it when you said you do you in the kitchen!!!! I literally love your passion!!! If I could ever get a chance to meet you I wouldn’t turn that chance down for anything!!!!

  • Here’s a suggestion. Cook the bacon in a pan first, then use the bacon greese to cook the eggs. Gets all the extra fat you need and it flavors the eggs really well. And you can cook the eggs crazy fast and they don’t stick to the pan because of the bacon greese

  • Health Warnings About Eating Oats/Oatmeal, Especially For Breakfast!
    WHAT WILL HAPPEN if You Eat Oatmeal Every Day? (Shock Answer)

  • These meal prep videos are absolutely awesome.
    You prep food in the same way, to the same sort of schedule to how I do. These videos have really helped with ideas too, keep them coming. Huge respect because you’re not baffling people with too many ingredients or complex recipes etc, it’s as simple as it comes and the videos are easy to follow!!!

  • Yesss the people! After some requests in the comments of the last meal prep video, I decided to do a breakfast version. Anything you don’t catch on the screen (cost, macros, calories, amounts etc) is fully details in the video description above. Appreciate all you dudes tagging me in your meal prep on Insta stories too it’s cool to see! Should definitely have bought some shares in Aldi before doing that video but you win some you lose some. Hope you enjoy the video and get something useful from it anyway. As ever, slam any questions in the comments for me. Thanks people <3

  • Thank you for sharing this, Marcus!
    I appreciate your encouragement and ideas, and look forward to renewing my efforts to engage my readers.

  • the oats part was rly confusing, you shoud just show the amount each jar and dont overcomplicate with alot of maths. let each person do the math for the amount they need. it rly got confusing

  • making breakfast for a couple mornings over in an air bnb for 7 other friends and I, benedict video and this video helping out, ty bud

  • My asian ass can’t stand it when he stands on the countertop with shoes on

    p/s: one of the best cooking channels on YouTube no doubt

  • “You do you in the kitchen” I love it! I really appreciate how you offer alternatives and empower us to substitute ingredients. I CAN’T WAIT to try all of these inspired scrambled egg ideas! ������

  • i was looking for something amazing… but i’w been amking this for years, and it’s really good. don’t get me wrong. But it’s not chef level.

  • This could only be more Manc if you ate it in the sunsheeeiiiiine! Know what I mean our kid? �� Good vids, funny & informative for a sarky old c**t like me trying to get his arse back into some sort of fitness & healthy eating!!
    Subbed ��

  • Not a big deal, but I wouldn’t cut muffins that way, you’re going to cut your palm. Place the muffin on the cutting board, place your hand on top, and cut the muffin with the blade parallel to the cutting board. Last thing you want is a slice across your palm and or your thumb and then try to lift weights.

  • I dont usually comment on youtube, but your channel is one of the best cooking channels on this platform. Every recipe i tried turned out amazing.

  • Great video, Sara Lynn! Thank you so much! To be perfectly honest, I don’t make scrambled eggs much for breakfast except on weekends. I make scrambled eggs often for dinner. It is a great, wholesome weight loss food! I will be trying all of these, particularly the Mexican and Italian sausage recipes! Thank you so much for this yummy inspiration! ����

  • You should crack eggs on a flat surface. This allows the membrane to remain intact, and will help hold the small shell pieces when you break the shell open and let the egg fall into your bowl.

  • “There is a thin line between perfect and burnt bacon”……No truer words have every been uttered…When you cook bacon you have to watch at the end like a hawk and catch it at just the right moment…..

  • It’s pronounced chee-ah. They tend to soak up a lot of moisture and will give your oats more of a pudding-like mouthfeel. And what we call overnight oats is a Swiss invention called Muesli(not that Luxury sugar-bomb cereal sitting on your pantry shelf), traditionally eaten with some grated apple and a little cinnamon

  • FUCKING LOVEEE YOUR CONTENT, you’ve earned a new subscriber, Really really really helpful and love the way you also explain your whys, how to save and what could go wrong, keep it up.!!!!!

  • Takes him 1 hour to bake the bacon and god knows how much for the eggs, and it’s “breakfast everyday, so easy”. Yeah sure dude. Also increasing contrast to make eggs look like chemically yellow doesn’t make stuff look appetizing.

  • These look delicious. Unfortunately, I’m allergic to eggs, but I can make these meals for my spouse and see how they turn out. Thanks!

  • my guy, you just earned a sub off of the most basic dish ever! Seriously, I took about 4 total years of Culinary Arts courses and I have learned as much from your videos as I did in the classroom

  • 9:19
    I tried this one it was an epic fail
    The potato stucked in the pan and I couldn’t eat it and could not continue the resipe and I had to throw it away..

    Idk what’s wrong?

  • I was recently suggesting eggs to my nephew who is just learning to cook for himself in college. They are so easy, versatile, and healthy! Thanks for sharing.:)

  • I love scrambled eggs (the first meal I cooked for my brother & I when I was 8: scrambled eggs, toast and green peas) and these recipes look so Bomb! One thing I like, as a change up: stuff them in a pita/burrito with leftover rice and veggies. Then you have a “take along” breakfast that will satisfy! Thumbs Up!

  • Good channel… but this is way too fussy. Give me a pan, a smear of grease, real bacon, a gas flame, and 5-6 minutes. I can do this perfectly.

  • I don’t own an iron skillet; but, I like trying your recipes. I don’t recall you ever mentioning the size of the skillet that you use. Could you please tell me what size skillet do you use or recommend? Thanks

  • Cool, I didn’t know that was the reason for the milk or water. Did you ever try a dash or 2 of cornstarch in your scrambled eggs? I run it through the blender.

  • Other chefs suggest putting the add-ins when the eggs are half way cooked… I don’t get why they don’t add veggies or meats to it just some herbs or cheese…

  • I was just asking myself how to prepare scrambled eggs today, it is such a coincidence! As always, thank you for your lovely recipes

  • if you just ate pastured bacon and drank water your entire life you would be healthy because it literally has all the nutrients you require.

  • Always look forward for your videos. Your awesome! such a positive energy and you make your videos with such joy. Keep em coming!❤

  • How can u have ur protein mixed wit oats for 5 hours (at least) without stinking of shite and tasting nuclear, this makes no sense

  • Here’s a tip for the bacon. Line the baking sheet with tinfoil, lay the bacon down, turn the oven to 400, wait until it’s up to heat, and cook for 15-17 minutes on the bottom rack (that is, not on the rack directly over the heat, but the one above, usually). They’ll all cook evenly, there’s no need to flip, they’ll crisp up like heaven in 17 minutes, and when the fat dries up later in the day, you just wrap up the tinfoil and toss it in the garbage. Easy clean up!

  • Such perfection, but nobody got time for that. I microwave my bacon while cooking my scrambled eggs and am eating in 5 minutes. Sucks I know.

  • Bacon is a carcinogen. It is processed meat, and the World Health Organization, based on a wide array of nutritional science, has classified it as a Group 1 carcinogen. Good luck with that. ��

    In fact, ALL animal products directly contribute to a whole host of Western, chronic health conditions, including heart disease.

  • These eggs look good. I do a version of Gordon R’s eggs too and LOVE Them!!! I’m impressed with the timing of both the bacon and the eggs being done at the same time!!’

  • Scrambled Eggs need Milk! Omelettes need Water, they each give a totally different end result. If you add Water to your scrambled you won’t get rich & creamy and Milk in your omelette gives you denser & heavier custard type rather than a light & fluffy clouds of air. A simple but vital distinction taught to me years ago by a posh hotel’s restaurant chef.

  • I kinda hate this guy. His editing. His hip old style modern music. His indoor hat as if it’s cold. His annoying gesticulations. His final photo where he include his shoes on purpose. He’s so aware and trying to be cool and hip. His dumbass t-shirt saying hate less cook more. Who’s hating? And he always have to throw the ingredients onto the cutting board like a flaring bartender. Godt fking damnit.
    I bet he’s a liberal too.

  • Well done, for reaching folks who would never eat cook healthy.. I am not one of them btw, I came for content but impressed by the audience you will get cooking now!

  • You’re a life saver! I had totally given up my former super healthy life style. But because of you I’m right back on track. So much diversity. Now my diet doesn’t get boring anymore.

  • Which oven rack did you use? I tried this on 350 middle rack and thick (but not butcher cut) bacon cooked in the first ten minutes.

    Thinking maybe top?

  • The perfection is in the simplicity. It’s like drawing a stick man, it looks easy, but when you give it a try you realize just how hard it is.

  • Nice video content! Apologies for butting in, I would appreciate your thoughts. Have you considered Bondraw Firm Ferriferous (do a google search)? It is a smashing one off product for getting a flatter firmer belly in only 21 days from now without the headache. Ive heard some incredible things about it and my buddy after many years got amazing results with it.

  • Parchment paper dog. Seriously. I liked the music, I liked the montage, I liked the concept. I saw the pan and thought about having to wash it. Parchment paper.

    as to the execution, meh. I like bacon more cooked, I have had plenty of people who like their bacon… warmed up on a 60 watt light bulb for 45 seconds. Also most people don’t know you can scramble eggs over easy medium and hard just like frying them. I work in a breakfast restaurant, a 3 egg omelette is a lot for a lot of people. I don’t think it is a good rule of thumb. the average human would have a hard time eating a three egg omelette with bacon and toast and a glass of juice or milk. also you can cook bacon in the microwave in like 2.5 minutes and get pretty much the same results. also many older people would consider your eggs to be still raw, I know they aren’t but you know how people can get dug in with their ‘reasoning.”

  • I notice that:
    If I’m craving something your videos magically appear
    If your videos shows up, I automatically hit like before I even watch it.
    If I rewatch your videos, I hit like again. ��

  • Hey Joe, love your channel! I’m not sure you will reply as I can appreciate you’ll be very busy! I was wondering if there’s any hints and tips of your own which I could utilise with and as I embark on my journey to body building? I don’t trust people easily so definitely not easy to part my money to other people that could help but could I train and do this on my own?