Bacon, Basil, & Greens Egg Roll-Ups (Paleo, Keto, Whole30)

NOT MY GENIUS IDEA… BUT A GENIUS ONE NONE THE LESS!

The first time I saw an egg roll-up was from Eat Drink Paleo, and I was in AWE of the simple genius of the idea! The reshaping of whole food ingredients into a hand held, fun, delicious and filling meal… that right there is my jam! Case in point: my paleo sushi rolls. Luckily I always have eggs on hand. Then I just grabbed whatever else was lurking in my fridge. Bacon. Arugula. Oh, Basil! Mayo. A little cashew cream for the egg. Salt, Pepper… oh mustard. Oh and Avocado. Ok… let’s rock and roll.

This combination turned out so extraordinarily delicious I have replicated it various times since. The last, being the welcome home meal for my husband and brother in law after their 139 mile bike ride around the island of Oahu (where we live)! The boys were raving about these, and my brother in law, on his way back to Arizona said it was his favorite thing he ate in my house all week… and as you can imagine when I have guests, I like to pull out all the stops when feeding them… so that’s saying something.
egg rollups with bacon, avocado, and greens

NAILED IT!

You can really make it anyway you want. I love the addition of basil and arugula here. These super tasty herbs and greens add fresh and tangy flavor. The avocado adds creaminess and the crispy bacon in the omelette gives it a welcome crunch and saltiness. Seriously, while you can always make these how you wish, I urge you to try it with the basil and all. I really feel that I hit it out of the park with the flavor combination here!
egg roll-ups with bacon, greens, and avocado

I have tried it with the bacon INSIDE the wrap. It works too… but the bacon tends to tear up the egg. But putting the bacon in the egg, you get the goodness AND structural integrity. We eat these with our hands folks. Just sayin’.

MEAL PREP

While I think one sheet pan counts as meal prep for ONE person. At least one person who eats like me…. a lot. Two sheet pans is ideal for a family. Just double the recipe and rotate the sheet pans in the oven half way through baking so they both cook evenly.

closeup of eggs with green onions, basil, and bacon

 

MAYO!

Here are two great options!

Primal Kitchen



Homemade One Minute Mayo

 

jar of mayo tipped upside down

 

Don’t be intimidated by the wordy instructions, I just wanted to make sure I explained it thoroughly. It’s actually quite simple!

Egg Roll Ups: Meal Prep

These Egg Roll Ups have been a huge hit on the blog! Easy, delicious, Whole30, Paleo, Low Carb meal that's perfect on the go.Full Recipe:https://www.thecastawaykitchen.com/egg-roll-up-bacon-basil-greens-whole30-paleo-keto-lchf/Pin for later:https://www.pinterest.com/pin/382243087113757298/

Posted by The Castaway Kitchen on Wednesday, May 24, 2017

 

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Bacon, Basil, & Greens Egg Roll-Ups (Paleo, Keto, Whole30)

  • Prep Time: 15
  • Cook Time: 20
  • Total Time: 35

Ingredients

  • 10 large eggs
  • 1/2 cup nut milk (I like my cashew creamer for this)
  • pinch of salt
  • dash of pepper
  • tsp of mustard
  • 8 slices of bacon
  • 1 cup cup chives
  • 2 handfuls fresh, whole basil leaves
  • 1 cup fresh arugula
  • 1 ripe avocado
  • 3 tbsp paleo mayo
  • Things You Will Need
  • 1 half sized sheet pan with a 1 to 2 inch rim (21x15in)
  • a blender
  • parchment paper
  • coconut, avocado or other cooking spray, ideally.

Instructions

  1. Cook The Bacon + Prep
  2. Lay your bacon flat on a baking sheet, all in a row, the slices should not touch or overlap. Pop the sheet pan in the oven, middle rack. Set to 400F.
  3. Once the oven reaches temp, check on the bacon, it will be par cooked. Set a timer for 8-10 minutes. That should be enough time for it to cook up nice and crispy.
  4. In the meantime, prep the rest of your ingredients. Crack the eggs into the blender. Add in the salt, pepper, milk and mustard. Dice up chives. Get your basil leaves and arugula ready.
  5. When the bacon is ready, remove from the oven. Use tongs to transfer the bacon to a cutting board. Don’t turn off the oven!
  6. Drain the fat from the sheet pan (to a jar, you better save that goodness).
  7. Line that same sheet pan with parchment paper. Center it as much as possible so the sides reach the rim. Leave a little slack on either end so you can pull on it later. Then grease on the sheet pan will make it easy to flatten and smooth out the paper! Win!
  8. Let’s Get Cooking
  9. Spray the top of the paper lightly with oil.
  10. Crank that blender and whiz up the egg mix for 30 seconds.
  11. Make sure your sheet pan in on an even, flat surface when you pour in the egg mix. If it’s not settling evenly, help it out with a spatula.
  12. Sprinkle the chives evenly all over your eggs.
  13. Chop up the crispy bacon and sprinkle over the egg as well.
  14. Bake for 20 minutes or until edges are golden and the center is completely set (it shouldn’t jiggle at all).
  15. Remove the sheet pan from the oven and let it cool for 10 minutes.
  16. Let’s Transfer & Flip & Roll!
  17. Check to see if your omelette is stuck to the parchment paper. If it’s not, pick it up carefully and place it bottom side up on the cutting board.
  18. If it is sticking to the parchment paper, then use the parchment paper to slide it onto the cutting board. Then flip it quickly. Peel the parchment paper, starting on a corner and using your fingers to old the omelette down.
  19. Once all the parchment paper has been removed, use a spatula to smear mayo all over this bad boy.
  20. Starting about 2 inches from one end, lets say the left side, arrange your avocado slices in a vertical stripe. Next the basil leaves and then the arugula, alternating until you have about an inch left.
  21. Make sure your avocado is flat and there aren’t any hard edges, for these could puncture your egg.
  22. From the left side (where you have the two inches) gently pick it up and pull it over your avocado then fold in with your fingers and begin to roll it as you would a burrito. If it tears a little at the sides in the first or second pass, don’t worry, the outer layers will still hold it together.
  23. Once you’ve rolled it up and have a massive egg log. Yes, it will be beastly! Slice it up. I like to cut it into 2 inch pieces.
  24. Serve right away to a crowd or store in an airtight container for meal prep.

 

eggs rolled with greens and bacon

18 Replies to “Bacon, Basil, & Greens Egg Roll-Ups (Paleo, Keto, Whole30)”

  1. Can you confirm the number of servings? a little confused about “While I think one sheet pan counts as meal prep for ONE person” – 10 eggs seems a bit excessive?

  2. Hi, just wondering why in one photo Roll looks smaller ans more eggy, other roll is tons of greens that appear to be baked into eggs? Is this an option? I mean have you tried mixing greens into eggs then baking? The last pretty photo Seems very green and yummy! Thanks!

  3. 1 cup of chives is a ton!!! I did not put that much in but after looking at your pictures closer it looks like you actually used green onions…1 cup of green onions seems more reasonable, would you mind clarifying for me what you used?

    1. I used chives once and green onion in the other… the picture is with chives, they were just really big! The chives I get here in Hawaii are like big blades of grass! But you can modify as you see fit. I looovvee onion flavor, you can reduce or omit 🙂

    1. If they’re not in the post, I don’t. But you can add the ingredients to MyFitnessPal App or Cronometer and then enter the number of servings and get the info you need.

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