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Egg and Bacon Salad

This Egg and Bacon Salad is near and dear to my heart. It’s a riff on something my mother started making for birthday parties when I was a young’un, and it has been a favorite thing in my life ever since.  Maybe because I only got to eat it twice a year, so it was a real treat. Or maybe because I associate it with having a birthday and all the joy that comes with that. Or maybe because I’ve always thought ketchup went brilliantly with eggs. Or maybe I just love the taste of it for no reason connected to emotions. Who knows. Who cares. I love this stuff.

Egg and Bacon Salad | Carrie Brown

So I thought I’d share with you this childhood treat – made better by the addition of bacon, and tweaked to be more KETO. Because I love you guys, and I have high hopes that this Egg and Bacon Salad will bring as much joy to you as it does to me, and also that it will help you reach your goals. Also, if you’re just plain bored of eating bacon and eggs, this may well be just the ticket to get you falling in love with them again.

Egg and Bacon Salad | Carrie BrownIt’s easy to make, is mostly assembly, and can be made up in batches in advance for consumption over a number of days. Egg and Bacon Salad is perfect for an on-the-go meal, and travels well. I mean, you can’t leave it out of the ‘fridge for days at a time, but you could totally take some on a plane ride in a disposable container or a Ziploc baggie and it would be fine. Your airplane buddies will be jealous. I actually prefer to eat it when it’s not straight-from-the-fridge cold. The butter isn’t hard and you don’t get palate cling when it’s warmed up a little. Just a thought.

Egg and Bacon Salad | Carrie Brown

This Egg and Bacon Salad would be a fabulous filling in a KETO biscuit or between slices of KETO bread to make a sandwich, and would make a fantastic lettuce wrap affair.  Or make a roll in a KETO tortilla. Plus, if you’re trying to get your kids to love eating KETO – give them this. I have yet to meet a child that didn’t think this was the Best. Thing. Ever.


Egg and Bacon Salad

Author: Carrie Brown | Prep time:  10 mins   |   Cook time: 15 mins  |  Total time:  25 mins  |  Serves: 2

What You Need

  • 6 eggs
  • 4 oz. / 110g bacon
  • 1 TBSP tomato paste
  • 1 oz. / 30g butter, softened
  • 2 TBSP heavy cream
  • Sea salt
  • Ground black pepper
  • ½ tsp. lemon juice


What You Do

  1. Cook the bacon and chop or crumble depending on how crispy you cooked it.
  2. Meanwhile, hard-boil the eggs, cool, and peel.
  3. Place the eggs in a large bowl and chop finely using a knife. It’s easier to contain the eggs if you do the chopping in a bowl.
  4. Add the chopped or crumbled bacon, tomato paste, softened butter, cream, sea salt, pepper and lemon juice and mix very well until completely combined.
  5. Store in an airtight container in the ‘fridge.


Top Recipe Tips

  • Cook bacon in bulk so you always have some cooked bacon on hand to make quick recipes like this.
  • Keep butter in a covered dish on your counter so it’s always soft and ready to go.


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  • Don’t. Just buy the correct ingredients and you, too, shall have a fabulous outcome!
  • You can swap out the butter for ghee and the heavy cream for thick coconut milk to make this dairy-free. The flavor will be different.


Egg and Bacon Salad | Carrie Brown


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  • LusaBacon weight is before cooking I presume. Any guess for cooked weight?ReplyCancel

  • Greenp4Great on half a fox hill bagel with a little cheese on top!ReplyCancel

  • PaddyI’m struggling with the tomato paste,  subsitute mayo?ReplyCancel