Cheese Fried Eggs & More Easy Low Carb Food Ideas


Keto SnacksIn my last food diary titled Patience: Trusting The Weight Loss Process I shared all of my low carb meals for Monday, plus my MyFitnessPal food diary.

In this post you’ll find all of my low carb meals and snacks for Tuesday and Wednesday, along with my MyFitnessPal logs for both days, to give you some ideas & examples…

I haven’t been out yet this week so it’s all simple meals at home and a couple of low carb take-out meals.

My Low Carb Meals on Tuesday

I got up on Tuesday morning and made Low Carb Blueberry Muffins using this recipe, and also cooked up two servings of sausage links – one serving for breakfast and the other to save for later (along with the muffins).

Low Carb Meal Prep

I put the muffins away, and had exactly one egg left – so I decided to try frying it in cheese. I just melted butter in a non stick skillet over medium heat, cracked the egg into the butter, and topped it with half a serving (14 grams) of shredded cheddar.

Making Cheese Fried Eggs - Step One

Then I flipped the egg and topped the other side with the other half of the shredded cheddar (14 more grams) and cooked it on both sides.

Making Cheese Fried Eggs - Step Two

That made for a quick & easy breakfast with the sausage links!

Low Carb Breakfast - Cheese Fried Egg and Sausage Links

The “cheese fried egg” turned out DELICIOUS. 🙂

Cheese Fried Eggs

For lunch I had chicken & broccoli…

Low Carb Lunch

This was actually my Applebee’s take-out from the night before, because I only ate the salad that night:

Keto Take-Out from Applebee's - Easy Low Carb Dinner

Aaron came over and we got low carb delivery and watched a movie.

We both called in our favorites: cajun chicken for him and a half pound hamburger steak for me – with roasted veggies & side salads.

Keto Take-Out: Low Carb Meals

I ate the entire hamburger steak plus the side salad (just romaine & mozzarella – no croutons) and dipped both in ranch.

Keto Sides with Low Carb Take-Out

(I saved the veggies to have for lunch the next day.)

MyFitnessPal Diary for Tuesday

MyFitnessPal Low Carb Food Diary with Net Carbs

16 net carbs, 79% fat, 24 ounces of water


My Low Carb Meals on Wednesday

I got up on Wednesday and finally had two of my beautiful Blueberry Cinnamon Bun Muffins (recipe) warmed up and topped with butter. 🙂

Gluten Free Low Carb Blueberry Muffins, Keto Friendly and LCHF

I had another one for a snack later in the day, topped with a TBSP of the Blueberry Cinnamon Bun Almond Butter they were made with. 🙂 YUM!

Keto Nut Butters - Low Carb Food Ideas

For lunch I finished the other serving of sausage links with the roasted vegetables left over from my dinner the night before.

That made for a quick & easy “heat & eat” in the middle of a busy work day!

Low Carb Meal Ideas

I also had a large Keto Coffee Shake in the afternoon. It’s the Ketologie Chocolate Shake Mix with 24 ounces of hot coffee and 2 TBSP of butter.

Since the shake mix has coconut oil & collagen, it’s the perfect rich & creamy “BPC” style coffee to glide you through the afternoon hours!

Keto BPC Coffee Shake

Sadly, that was the LAST serving in my huge jug of mix. It lasted me A LOT longer than I expected it would! But it’s definitely time to reorder. 😉

For dinner I just had cheesy eggs: 4 eggs scrambled in a TBSP of real butter with 2 ounces of colby jack cheese…

Low Carb Lifestyle - Keto Meals and Macros

MyFitnessPal Diary for Wednesday

MyFitnessPal Low Carb Food Diary with Net Carbs

Calories: 2401
Net Carbs: 22
82% Fat, 15% Protein
Protein: 84 grams
Water: 48 ounces

How To Get Net Carbs in MyFitnessPal (Free)

Ideal LCHF / Keto Macro Tracking Explained


I mentioned in my last post that I’ve been in optimal ketosis and that I’m ready to do my next clean testing experiment – and that I was going out tonight for drinks & dancing, and planned to see how alcohol would affect my ketone levels.

Unfortunately I made a HUGE mistake yesterday, and it had NOTHING to do with food. 🙄

So that’s going to screw up my testing for the week, and specifically with any alcohol I drink tonight (which is never much, I’m a lightweight lol)… but it’ll prove to be an interesting test of it’s own.

I hate to leave you with a cliffhanger, lol… but I’m off to work – and I have to make a phone call and get some facts figured out before I can share all the details with you.

So stay tuned for that!!

How are things going with you this week?

Leave a comment and let’s chat!:)

Lynn Terry,
aka @LowCarbTraveler


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About Lynn Terry

I love making the low carb diet EASY for people with a busy lifestyle (like me!) with my KISS / Keep It Simple method. :) About Lynn Terry: Host of the Low Carb Challenge
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6 Responses to Cheese Fried Eggs & More Easy Low Carb Food Ideas

  1. Richard P. Lovelace says:

    Hi Lynn: Do you have menu”s for a type 2 Diabetic and low carbs?



  2. Rachel says:

    I have been waiting to try the Keologie powders because of the price. How long did the container of chocolate last you?

    • Lynn Terry says:

      Hi Rachel,

      Mine lasted me a few months, but I go between the chocolate and vanilla – and don’t use it daily, and don’t always use a full serving. One serving is two BIG scoops, so it just depends on how thick & rich you want your shake. And sometimes I just use it as coffee creamer.

      I didn’t expect it to go as far as it did based on the number of servings on the label, but it’s HUGE servings like I said. 😉 Everyone has been really happy with their order that I’ve heard from so far!

      See: That will take you to the Vanilla I believe. You can get the Shake Bundle too, or any of the bundles or pantry pack deals are a great value.

  3. Rachel says:

    Thanks for getting back to me so quickly! I went ahead and ordered the shake bundle & the roasted chicken bone broth through your link 😉

    • Lynn Terry says:

      You’re welcome – you’ll really enjoy all three of those. I love the vanilla shake with butter added (buttery vanilla!) and I had a tbsp of butter to the roast chicken broth as well – it makes it SO rich! 😉

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