Already Packaged Snacks
Snacks that are ready for you to grab and go!
- Chobani Yogurts
Starting the day off right with a LCHF breakfast can be challenging with this day and age. But in order to fuel your body for the day ahead, breakfast is a must. Here is a simple yet delicious Breakfast Pitas that you can make up ahead and freeze. Then warm up in the toaster oven! Yummy and Tasty! Enjoy!
Brown bacon until crispy,drain on paper towels.
Scramble eggs with your favorite seasonings,or use my suggestions.
Heat or toast the pita bread just enough to warm .
For each pita 1/2
Sprinkle some cheese inside pita.
Add 1-2 thinly sliced pieces of ham,break bacon in half and add on top of ham.
Spoon 1/2 the scrambled egg on top of bacon
Top with more shredded cheese.
Serve with your favorite salsa or hot sauce.(Optional)
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