Hey there! Welcome to the keto community where sharing is more than caring. Today, we impress you with the best ham and egg breakfast burrito to kick off your day. Not only is this meal rich in positive calories, but it is also extremely low on carbs. No better way to 'ham' out your mornings than with these ham, egg and cheese roll-ups. Without further ado, let’s get the ball rolling.

Points to Remember for Your Delish Ham Egg and Cheese Roll-Ups

Getting started may seem to be a hassle, especially getting the egg mixture just the way you want it. Nonetheless, you’ll catch up with time and you should be soon starting from scratch and finishing up within 30-45 minutes. Alternatively, you can do a bunch of these ham and egg breakfast burrito and place some in the freezer in a single-serve container. These can either be heated in an oven, low-heated in a pan or even with a toaster, especially delightful results. We prefer to toast them from the fridge to preserve the texture. You can then enjoy them over the next few days as you enjoy the benefits of the best MCT oil from your coconut oil.


  • 10 medium-sized eggs
  • Slices of ham (around 20-30)
  • Garlic powder
  • Fresh and fine black pepper
  • Butter
  • Kosher salt
  • 2 c. shredded cheddar
  • 1 c. finely cut tomatoes
  • 1 c. baby spinach
Homemade roll-ups

With mastery, you should be making ham egg and cheese sandwiches in less than 20 minutes using the following steps.

Steps to Follow for the Perfect Ham and Egg Breakfast Burrito

With all your ingredients in place and your hands clean:

  1. Commence by heating your broiler. For these amounts of eggs, you will require a large bowl to crack the eggs and combine them with the rest. Thoroughly whisk with 2 tsp. of added garlic powder as you season with pepper and salt. We will later on give you a better alternative to salt for your health benefits.
  2. Using a large non-stick skillet to cook your eggs, add 2 tsp. of butter over medium heat. Allow the butter to melt and then add your egg mixture as you stir from time to time. Give it 3 minutes to cook then add the cheddar till melted. As you continue stirring your eggs, add baby spinach and finally the finely chopped tomatoes until you have a perfect mixture. The mixture should be ready after 6 minutes to avoid over-cooking.
  3. Using a chopping board, now get 2 slices of ham out. Top with a layer of a large spoonful of the egg mixture as you roll it up. Repeat the same process for all the pieces of ham until your keto ham and egg cups are all ready to broil. If you do not fancy using ham, the next perfect fit for this recipe is Keto friendly biltong.
  4. Now take the rolled-up ham eggs and transfer to a shallow baking dish. Broil for around 5 minutes until your ham egg and cheese sandwich is crispy delish.

See, it won't even take you 40 minutes unless you need to give yourself time to prep the ham egg and cheese roll-ups ingredients.
Nutrition per Serving

The keto ham and egg cups promise to give you the following nutritional value per each serving:
  • Calories: 410ccal
  • Saturated fats: 14g
  • Proteins: 40g
  • Carbs: 5g
  • Fat: 29g
  • Sugars: 4g
  • Fiber: 1g
  • Sodium: 1630mg

That should help you satisfy your curiosity about how many calories in a ham egg and cheese sandwich you might think there are.


Keto diet is one of the easiest to make recipes. This ham and egg breakfast burrito does not only take a few minutes to make but is also not demanding in terms of expenses. Should you want to do away with the kosher salt, you can use lower-salted boars head ham. This also helps you to adapt to different foods – with or without salt. In the long run, your health should correlate with your taste buds and none should be neglected. There you have it, the best keto ham egg breakfast to start your day in style – let's green egg and ham it away!

Taking a photo of a breakfast

Do you prefer your eggs a little wet and soggy or do you have them dry?

Author Bio:

From a wine connoisseur to a chef and food taster – Kelly Strode is infatuated with the sweeter things in life, having been brought up by a chef herself. Kelly has been training upcoming chefs since 2015 which prompted her to start writing out different palatable recipes. If you are a foodie, then we share something in common.