How To Make a Perfect Low-Carb Egg “McBagel”

Want to serve a fun, nutritious meal for breakfast or brunch that looks spectacular with little effort? Serve a “McBagel!”

How To Make a Perfect Low-Carb McBagel

The “trick” to making them look great lies in the egg that goes on top, especially if like me you decide to serve them on top of half of a  lightly toasted ThinSlim bagel! The video below from Tip Hero makes that a snap! You can even cook multiple eggs in one pan to serve a whole party!  

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The “secret” is to cook the eggs until the yolk is still soft so that when you slice into them they ooze rich creamy egg yolk over the avocado, thinly sliced tomato and cheese that you can savor with each and every bite!  

Change it up by adding bacon slices or a sausage patty to your stack of ingredients!  You could also serve it on top of a piece of ThinSlim toast if you’d like something different. Whatever you serve it on or with it’s sure to be delicious! 

Ciao! ~Marge Burkell

p.s. if you are looking at some GREAT low-carb egg ideas you can find more here on the site OR in any of these great low-carb cookbooks! 



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2 thoughts on “How To Make a Perfect Low-Carb Egg “McBagel”

  1. I’ve been using ThinSlim products for about a year now in my low carb plan with no ill effect. They are very good and last a long time in the freezer.

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