Easy, time-saving paleo breakfast

By Sarah

Ok, this is a pretty simple one. But paleo is best when you stick to the basics! We all love eggs and bacon, but sometimes there’s no time to stand over the stove watching it or we don’t want to get the kitchen greasy. No matter…. There is another way. Just line a cookie sheet with foil, and place the bacon and eggs (yes, raw, uncracked eggs) on the cookie sheet. Add a bit more foil, crumpled, to keep the eggs in place (or, put them separately in a muffin tin). Place the sheet in the oven for seventeen minutes at 400 degrees. Then go about the business of getting dressed, or whatever it is that you have to do. When you take it out of the oven, let it cool for a few minutes, drain the grease to keep for another recipe, and enjoy perfectly cooked bacon and hard boiled eggs. Add some berries if you like fruit in the morning!



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4 responses to “Easy, time-saving paleo breakfast

  1. I live in the dfw area and I’m wondering where you get paleo-friendly bacon?

    • Kari, sorry it took me so long to respond to this! Your comment went to the spam folder for some reason but I put it through. you can get nitrate free bacon at stores like sprouts, whole foods, and central market. Occasionally, there is a brand or two at conventional grocery stores so always check! Let me know if you have any other questions!

  2. mallory.johnson@aggienetwork.com

    I have been boiling eggs in the oven for a few months now! Such a genius idea and so easy! Never thought about bacon!

  3. Mallory…it is so convenient! I give the bacon grease to the dogs the next day.

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