Breakfast Fried Rice

This Breakfast Fried Rice is delicious, low carb, and perfect for meal prep! Not to mention, it will be ready in under 20 minutes. It is a great recipe to add as a staple for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!

Can I use this for meal prep?

This is the perfect dish for meal prep! Fried Rice typically lasts for 5 to 7 days. So, simply divide into 5-7 different airtight containers to have each portion ready to go. This is a great meal to have at work and just warm up in the microwave. It is also perfect for a busy morning, just fry up an egg and warm up the rice!

What can I add to this recipe?

If you aren’t looking for a low carb option, try this recipe using minute rice or brown rice. In addition, we like adding peas (#6208), canadian bacon (#4047), and using soy sauce in place of coconut aminos. To add more flavor, try using a couple shakes of ground ginger (#1420). Finally, if you aren’t eating this for breakfast, add some diced chicken breasts (#7787) for a more filling dish.

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breakfast fried rice

This Breakfast Fried Rice is delicious, low carb, and perfect for meal prep! Not to mention, it will be ready in under 20 minutes. It is a great recipe to add as a staple for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!

Breakfast Fried Rice

Ingredients:

Instructions:

  1. First, steam cauliflower rice in microwave according to the directions on our website, and place in a colander to drain & cool.
  2. When cauliflower is cool enough to handle, squeeze out the excess liquid and place back in the colander
  3. Meanwhile, cook bacon in a skillet on medium heat, then crumble and set aside
  4. Drain most of the bacon fat from the skillet leaving only a thin layer
  5. Add sesame oil, carrots, garlic and onion and sauté until carrots begin to soften
  6. Then, add cauliflower, coconut aminos, and salt and pepper to skillet and continue to cook until carrots are tender
  7. Add 1 beaten egg to your rice to bind everything together and cook for 1-2 more minutes
  8. Add crumbled bacon and green onion to your skillet and mix thoroughly before placing the rice in two bowls
  9. Next, fry two eggs in the same skillet adding more oil if needed. Allow to cook for 5 minutes untouched for over easy eggs
  10. Top each bowl of fried rice with an egg, green onion, and red pepper flakes

Adapted from: https://www.beautyandthebenchpress.com/breakfast-fried-rice/

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