Keto Arugula Breakfast Salad Recipe – 7 net carbs! A light and filling low carb salad for breakfast or brunch. Paleo, Whole30, gluten free, grain free, dairy free, sugar free, clean eating, real food.

Salads are not just for lunch and dinner. Lately, I’m having such a crush on this keto arugula breakfast salad!

They’re light, yet filling, and a fun way to get in even more greens. Even though it’s still bacon and eggs, it feels more exciting and fresh!

breakfast salad with baby arugula, poached egg, onions, avocado, tomato and bacon on a white plate and background

Keto Arugula Breakfast Salad

The flavor combo I have been loving is tossing the salad with my marinated onion oil as the dressing. Then topping it with 2 poached eggs, avocado, marinated onions, garden tomatoes and then a slice of crispy bacon.

The soft, pillowy poached eggs with the peppery arugula, acid from the onions + tomatoes, creamy fat from the avocado and salty crispy bacon is a match made in flavor heaven!

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Keto Arugula Breakfast Salad

This Keto Arugula Breakfast Salad Recipe is just 7 net carbs! A light and filling low carb salad for breakfast or brunch.
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  • In a medium size bowl, toss the baby arugula in the marinated onion oil. Transfer to a plate.
  • Top the arugula with the poached eggs, sliced avocado, tomatoes and marinated onion. Season the eggs and avocado with kosher salt and pepper. Serve with a slice of bacon. Enjoy!


Dressing: If you don't have marinated onions, you can substitute 1 tablespoon olive oil and 1 teaspoon red wine vinegar for the salad dressing to toss the baby arugula in.
Greens: I love using baby arugula for it's peppery bite. You could also use baby spinach or baby greens.
Calories: 642, Total Carbs: 12.9g, Protein: 18.7g, Fat: 59.3g, Fiber: 6.1g, Net Carbs: 7g
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