Ready in 20 minutes
Start your day with a filling breakfast. But don't trash your carb-count. This is diabetic friendly.
"It was very good. I had to use left over cottage cheese and it was perfect. "- Y5ung2
Top-ranked recipe named "Low-Carb Breakfast Scramble"
Place the cottage cheese in a tea strainer and allow it to drain excess liquid.
Cut a tortilla in half and place each half on a plate.
Blend the egg substitute with the soy protein then add in the cottage cheese.
Scramble this in a sprayed pan until it starts to set. Add in the crumbled bacon and stir in the parsley.
When the eggs have set place 1/2 of the mixture on each tortilla. Placing it slightly to one side of center makes the next step easier.
Put a spoonful of salsa on top of the eggs then roll the tortilla into a cone shape. Put the rest of the salsa on the top as a garnish. Sprinkle with more cilantro (or green onion) if you wish.
Each (196 gram) serving contains:
Cals: 190, FatCals: 68, Total fat 8g
SatFat: 2g, PolyFat: 2g, MonoFat: 3g
Chol: 18mg, Na: 827, K: 417
Total Carbs: 14g, Fiber: 7g, Net Carbs: 7g
This has become one of my favorite weekend breakfasts.
cmv013 1 year agoDiabetic friendly
Gutzj01 1 year agoI may not have strained the Cottage Cheese properly but it turned out really watery. Not a ton of flavor - I used green onions, so the cilantro probably would have given it a better kick.
johnjstellaiii 2 years agoI made it with out the soy protein and it was incredible
Y5ung2 4 years agoIt was very good. I had to use left over cottage cheese and it was perfect.
promfh 8 years agoThis has become one of my favorite weekend breakfasts. [I posted this recipe.]