8 Minute Low-Carb Scrambled Egg Breakfast Jars are about to revolutionize your mornings!

Prep them the night before or throw them together in 8 minutes in the morning and you have an easy, low-carb breakfast at your fingertips.

Meal Prep Alert!

You won’t believe how easy these breakfast jars are to make. If you know you will be rushed in the morning, prep them the night before . All you need to do in the morning, is shake up the jar and microwave for a couple of minutes and they’re done.

 

Sit down, pour yourself a bulletproof coffee and enjoy a relaxed breakfast at home with minimal preparation and cooking time. Hey, you might even have time to read the paper (or check Facebook!)

 

Grab A Scrambled Egg Breakfast Jar & Go – Out The Door!

 

Or you can just grab and go with these 8 Minute Low-Carb Scrambled Egg Breakfast Jars. Once they’re cooked, pop the lid back on and take with you to work, on the school run or on your commute.

Scrambled Egg Breakfast Jars are fun to make and are full of all your delicious low-carb favorites like eggs, cheese and cream. Of course, you can customize them by adding or taking away ingredients, so you can go dairy free or throw in leftovers to spice it up a little.

 Low-Carb Scrambled Egg Breakfast Jar

Here are some suggestions for other flavor combinations

Pizza – eggs, ham, salami, tomato paste, mozzarella cheese, cherry tomatoes

Mexican – eggs, peppers, chipotle chilli, salsa, serve with chopped avocado and cilantro

Breakfast sausage – eggs, cream, leftover sausages, cheese, tomatoes

Leftovers – eggs, cream, cheese, leftover cooked meat such as chicken, bacon or sausage plus leftover cooked veggies such as broccoli

Kids Favorite – eggs, cream, ham and cheese

Vegetarian – eggs, cream, cheese, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, peppers, chopped spinach etc

Smoked salmon – eggs, cream, smoked salmon, dill – serve with a few capers

Tuna surprise – eggs, cream, tuna, cheese, spring onions – serve with chopped avocado

Mediterranean – eggs, cream, olives, cheese, feta or goats cheese

 

If you need to add more fat then add some chopped avocado after cooking. Another alternative is to use dairy-free milk such as almond milk in place of the cream. 8 Minute Low-Carb Scrambled Egg Breakfast Jars also make a fantastic lunch if you are looking for a quick, healthy, low-carb lunch option.

 

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8 Minute Low-Carb Scrambled Egg Breakfast Jars

Revolutionize your mornings by shaking up a Low-Carb Scrambled Egg Breakfast Jar. Prepare the night before for a grab & go breakfast or whip up in 8 minutes flat.
Course Breakfast
Cuisine Gluten-Free, Low-Carb
Prep Time 4 minutes
Cook Time 4 minutes
Total Time 8 minutes
Servings 1
Calories 345 kcal
Author Appetite For Energy

Ingredients

  • 2 eggs
  • 2 tbsp heavy cream
  • 1/4 cup shredded parmesan cheese or other hard cheese
  • 1/2 cup baby spinach chopped roughly
  • Olive oil spray
  • Salt and pepper

Instructions

  1. Take a 400ml (1 ¾ cup) capacity mason jar or regular jar with a wide mouth and coat the insides with olive oil spray.
  2. Crack in the eggs and season with salt and pepper.
  3. Add the cream, cheese and spinach.
  4. Seal the top of the jar with plastic wrap and screw the lid on.
  5. Give it a good shake so that the eggs are beaten and the ingredients are well combined.
  6. Remove the lid and leave the plastic wrap on, then microwave the jar on high for around 1 minute.
  7. Use a fork to mix the eggs a little so that they cook evenly.
  8. Microwave again for 50-55 seconds depending on your microwave.
  9. Once the eggs are cooked, you can eat immediately or place the lid back on and eat later.

Recipe Notes

Note - add another egg to make the meal more substantial but be sure to use a larger mason jar. Half an avocado also makes a great addition for extra fat and fiber.

Nutrition Facts
8 Minute Low-Carb Scrambled Egg Breakfast Jars
Amount Per Serving (1 g)
Calories 345 Calories from Fat 243
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 27g 42%
Total Carbohydrates 3g 1%
Protein 21g 42%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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  1. Can you make this in the oven? I don’t have a microwave and wondering if a glass jar in the oven is ok AND at what temperature and for how long?

    • The eggs won’t cook the same in the oven. If you don’t have a microwave, then you can cook your scrambled eggs in a fry-pan on the stovetop.
      Wilt the spinach in the pan, then remove and chop up. Crack the eggs into a bowl, add the cream then whisk a little & add salt & pepper. Add to the pan with some butter and oil and cook stirring gently until done. Add the parmesan & spinach over as you are cooking and stir through. Hope this helps!

  2. What is the shelf life for these? Like can I make two or three and have them for the next two or three days? Would love to prep this for my wed thurs Friday (early mornings). Or is this just appropriate for the night before or day of?

    • Great question! I have not tried making them more than one day out. Eggs that are cracked are ok to eat from 2-4 days when kept in the fridge, so you could certainly make them in advance for a couple of days. Just don’t shake up the ingredients until you’re ready to cook them.

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