Midwesternmoms.com Egg, Sausage, And Queso Breakfast Sandwich Recipes Recipe

Total time: 55 minutes

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Net Carbs are 4% of calories per serving, at 35g per serving. Although the amount is above what's considered keto-friendly, it shouldn't kick you out of ketosis.

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Keto & Health Insights for Midwesternmoms.com Egg, Sausage, And Queso Breakfast Sandwich Recipes Recipe

  • Net Carbs are 4% of calories per serving, at 35g per serving. This food is a little higher than what's considered keto-friendly but it falls within a range that won't kick you out of ketosis. Take into account any foods you've already consumed. It's recommended that you track the macros of your daily food consumptions—this makes it easier to avoid overconsumption.
  • This food contains trans fat, a type of fat that's considered extremely unhealthy. Trans-fatty acids elevate bad cholesterol and lowers good cholesterol. And increases the likelihood for heart disease, strokes, and Type 2 diabetes. The FDA has mostly banned high amounts of trans-fatty acids in prepared foods, but you can still find trans fat quantities on food labels. Especially for most fast-food meals. Learn more about unhealthy fats.
  • This meal's calories per serving is around 40% of a standard 2,000 calorie diet and probably higher if your calorie limit is lower than 2,000. If you plan to eat more meals later in the day, you should reconsider this item. If the portion size of this meal is large and satiates your appetite, and keeps you full until much later in the day, then you shouldn't have any worries. The problem is if you eat a lot of calories later, which puts you at risk for overconsumption.
  • This food's %DV (daily value percentage) for sodium is 61%. At 1412mg, it's considered high in sodium according to the FDA's standard for %DV (daily value percentage), which considers any food with %DV of more than 20% as high in sodium. The organization recommends 2300mg of sodium as the daily limit. High sodium is believed to be associated with health problems such as heart disease, strokes, high blood pressure, and kidney malfunctions. There's also a belief that diets with high amounts of salt correlates with obesity, but the link hasn't proven to be so direct. Instead, salt may trigger overeating by increasing the feeling of hunger, according to studies referenced in this WebMD article about salt & obesity. Add-ons such as sauces and condiments are the usual high-sodium culprits in most restaurant meals. Sodium additives are responsible for most high sodium amounts in packaged foods, especially frozen meals. For most adults, a healthy range for daily maximum sodium consumption is between 1500-2300mg; foods should be within 5%-20% DV per serving.
  • Since this food is a sandwich or a wrap, it might come with a bun or similar bread item. Remove the sandwich bun to significantly reduce the amount of net carbs and calories. Eliminating breads from a meal can make it more keto-friendly. A single slice of bread contains at least 75 calories and 15g of carbohydrates; a single English muffin usually has 120 calories and 25g of carbohydrates; the average bagel has 350 calories and 50g of carbohydrates; a regular tortilla has 470 calories and 98g of carbohydrates.

Midwesternmoms.com Egg, Sausage, And Queso Breakfast Sandwich Recipes Recipe Nutrition Label

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 10 servings   ( 370 g )
Amount Per Serving
Calories: 944
Total Fat: 69g
Saturated Fat: 36g
Polyunsaturated Fat: 6g
Monounsaturated Fat: 20g
Trans Fat: 2g
Cholesterol: 392mg
Sodium: 1412mg
Total Carbohydrates: 37g
Dietary Fiber: 2g
Sugar: 5g
Protein: 45g
Calcium: 1000mg Iron: 4mg
Potassium: 550mg Vitamin A: 550mcg
Vitamin C: 24mg Vitamin D: 3mcg


  • 3 cups of all purpose flour
  • 2 tablespoons of baking powder
  • 2 teaspoons of Kosher salt
  • 10 tablespoons of ice cold unsalted butter, shredded with a grater
  • ¾ cup of sliced green onions
  • 1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese
  • 1 cup of whole milk
  • 3 eggs
  • 2 pounds of pasteurized prepared cheese product, cubed
  • 4 ounces of cream cheese
  • 2 cans (10 ounces each) RO*TEL® Original Diced Tomatoes and Green Chilies
  • 10 eggs
  • 1 tablespoon of unsalted butter
  • 1 pound of Odem's Tennessee Pride® Mild Country Sausage, cut into 10 slices


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