Breadless "Egg McMuffin"

By Nikki Sheriff

This recipe is full of healthy protein and natural fat which keeps you full and energized for hours.

  • 2 egg whites, beaten separate

  • 1 oz. turkey sausage

  • 1 tsp coconut oil

  • 1 small slice cheddar cheese

  1. Heat griddle or pan to med/high heat.

  2. Spray the inside of a small biscuit cutter with cooking spray and place on warm griddle. Place half of the coconut oil into the center of the biscuit cutter.

  3. Pour one of the egg whites into the biscuit cutter and let it cook partially through. Remove biscuit cutter, using a knife to help the egg release, and then flip the egg and let it cook through.

  4. Repeat with the second egg white.

  5. Shape the sausage into a patty the same size as the biscuit cutter. Place on griddle and cook through.

  6. Assemble the sandwich, placing the cheese over the sausage.

Nutritional Facts

Calories 230
Total Fat 16g
Sodium 452mg
Carbohydrates 1g
Dietary Fiber 0g
Sugar 0g
Protein 19g

breakfast sausage egg mcmuffin ultra-low-carb

14 replies

JSJB 2016-05-27 05:06:39 -0500 Report

Sounds good but can you hold it like a egg mcmuffin? It looks like a regular egg whites fried with sausage with out the cookie cutter. I will try it.

ohneclue 2016-02-15 17:56:59 -0600 Report

This recipe has been corrected to show the more accurate calorie count. I personally still like the Oopsie Rolls better and they're easier to make plus yu can use them for other sandwiches. Google it.

fancyfree 2016-01-16 12:20:11 -0600 Report

I might like this but can't have anything coconut as I am allergic to it. I may try subbing olive oil for coconut.

Anonymous 2015-12-19 21:28:18 -0600 Report

1 small (23 g) slice of cheddar cheese is 90 calories, 1 oz of turkey sausage is 96 calories - how is this 1 serving recipe only 23 calories? Is it more accurately a 263 calorie recipe?

Low Carb Liz
Low Carb Liz 2015-04-17 14:27:30 -0500 Report

I agree the stats are all wrong 1 gram carb there is that much or more in the slice of cheese and turkey sausage has more than regular. It doesn't sound good

rapidgirl 2015-02-27 06:27:43 -0600 Report

I added up the calories based on the rest of the nutrient info. It looks like it should be 230, not 23.

AmaK 2014-11-20 07:53:18 -0600 Report

Need to check the nutrition stats There is no way this only has 23 cal. 1 oz turkey sausage alone has 40-60 cal and a tsp of coconut oil has 40.