These easy keto egg wraps are great for meal planning and back to school. Fill them with your favorite low carb deli meats or breakfast fillings. This post is sponsored by Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs.
Another summer has come and gone and it’s back to school time. It’s astonishing how quickly that happens. It feels like only about 3 seconds ago that my kids were excited for the end of school! We had an action packed summer and made some amazing family memories and I wouldn’t trade it for the world.
But now, it’s back to the daily routine of mad scrambles in the morning, trying to get three kids out of bed, breakfasted, and off to school. Then, its mad scrambles in the evenings, getting kids to various soccer practices and other activities. It’s times like these when healthy meals can often get forgotten in the haste and the hurry.
That’s where these easy egg wraps come in. I’m not going to lie, my kids and I have very different ideas about what they should be eating day to day. Often, I wish it was easier to get them to eat the low carb foods I eat, with less complaining, less cajoling, and less all around fuss.
Luckily, one food we all agree on is eggs. I could probably feed them eggs three times a day, and they’d be happy. They like them fried, they like them scrambled, they like them as omelets and breakfast bakes. With the sheer volume of eggs we devour, I need to know that my eggs come from Certified Humanefarms where the hens have plenty of access to the outdoors and aren’t crowded in pens or cages. I also value sustainability and environmental responsibility. So Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs are a staple in our house, because they meet all of my requirements.
However, I do find I need to shake up our egg routine once in a while, so I created these easy egg wraps. These are so fun and went over so well with all three kids, as well as my husband. What’s great about egg wraps like these is that you can eat them for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, and you can fill them with whatever you want.
How to Make Low Carb Egg Wraps
The wraps themselves are ridiculously easy to make. I tried them with and without a little cream in the egg mixture and found that without was best. They puffed up too much and got too thick with the cream. Keeping them on the small side also makes them easier to flip over, so an 8-inch pan is your best bet. And whisking the eggs and cooking the wraps one at time means you don’t have to eyeball how much of the mixture to add to the pan.
I was aiming for an easy lunch recipe, and since one of my favorite sandwiches used to be a Club Sandwich, I filled mine with turkey, bacon, mayo, and tomato. The kids leaned more toward the ham, bacon, and cheese variety. But really, the sky’s the limit here. Think avocado, chicken, roast beef, smoked salmon, cream cheese, and so on. They’d even be great with tuna salad.
This one is a winner, thanks to Pete and Gerry’s!
Nutritional Information (per 1 turkey club egg wrap)
Food energy: 268kcal
Total fat: 19.49g
Calories from fat: 175
Total dietary fiber: 0.46g