Low-Carb Breakfast Burrito with Bacon and Avocado

Low-Carb Breakfast Burrito

The recipe card, instruction video and nutritional information is at the bottom of the post. But don’t be too hasty – the post contains all my tips and tricks!

Low-Carb Breakfast Burrito


Breakfast and wraps – two of my very favorite things on the planet. You can imagine my excitement about this here recipe when you take that fact into consideration. Breakfast wrap with egg – great. Healthy breakfast wrap made with egg? Ding-ding-ding! We’ve got winner!

This here Low Carb Breakfast Burrito with Bacon and Avocado is as close to low-carb breakfast heaven you can get.


I am a massive breakfast fanatic. Or more specifically, an *egg* fanatic. They’re amazing. Think about it…You can bake them, fry them, poach them, boil them, have them sweet, have them savory.

Low-Carb Breakfast Burrito


It’s one of the most versatile foods that exist, and they taste absolutely delicious. I get unreasonably angry when people tell me they don’t eat eggs. Because…how can you not like eggs??? 

I mean, let’s look at this breakfast right here…

Low-Carb Breakfast Burrito-7


What to put in a kick-ass healthy breakfast wrap?

  1. Crisp lettuce
  2. Juicy tomato slices
  3. Bacon
  4. Creamy avocado
  5. All wrapped in a delicious gluten-free egg “tortilla”
  6. Ohhhh yeahhh!

It’s all my favorite ingredients in one meal. (If you want to see more of my favorites in one meal – check out our Low Carb Sunrise Benedict.)

Not only that, but it is ridiculously easy and quick to throw together.

Low-Carb Breakfast Burrito

I can’t remember exactly what gave me the idea to make this. One minute I was pitching the idea to my mom and sister, and making it the next. It turned out great and we all loved it.

When everybody loves something, it only makes sense to spread the love. Which is why you can see this bright and fresh creation on Living Chirpy today.

I love how the egg crêpe is just an egg mixed with a splash of cream, salt and pepper. It keeps its shape and you are able to hold it in your hands like a regular wrap.

That’s some serious low carb awesomeness. It’s a breakfast burrito worth waking up for!

 For more deliciously healthy breakfast recipes, click out these:

  1. Smoked Salmon Breakfast Bowl
  2. Bacon Cauliflower Breakfast Skillet
  3. Sweet Potato Paleo Muffins
  4. Sloppy Joe Sweet Potato Breakfast
  5. Low-Carb Sweet Potato Breakfast with Poached Egg
  6. Sweet Potato Waffles
  7. 10 Quick and Easy Low-Carb Breakfast Recipes

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Low-Carb Breakfast Burrito

Breakfast “Burrito” with Bacon and Avocado

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Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 2
Author: Roche Woodworth


  • 2 • eggs
  • 2 tbsp • heavy cream [optional]
  • to taste • salt
  • to taste • pepper
  • 2 tsp • butter
  • 2 tbsp • mayonnaise
  • 1 cup • romaine lettuce [chopped]
  • 1 • roma tomato [sliced]
  • 4 • bacon strips [cooked crisp]
  • 1/2 • avocado [sliced]


  • Mix the eggs well with the heavy cream, salt and pepper.
  • Heat up a non-stick pan to a medium heat.
  • Melt half the butter and add half the egg mixture. Tilt the pan back and forth to ensure it covers the entire base.
  • Cover the pan and cook for about a minute.
  • When you are able to move the entire crepe when shaking the pan back and forth, flip it over with a spatula.
  • When it's fully cooked, transfer to a paper towel to remove excess oiliness.
  • Repeat with the other half of the egg mix.
  • Spread the mayonaisse on the crepe.
  • Add the lettuce, tomato, bacon and avocado.
  • Season with salt and pepper.
  • Roll and enjoy!
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14 thoughts on “Low-Carb Breakfast Burrito with Bacon and Avocado”

    1. Hi Kari! With egg there’s of course always the chance of it drying out too much overnight and the avocado going brown, but I think if you wrapped it really well it might be fine. It’s worth a shot anyway, I think! I might give it a try myself sometime this week to test it out.

  1. Hi I made this morning and it was delicious! I didn’t have heavy cream so I used whole milk and it was fine. I even added hot sauce at the end! Thanks for this wonderful low carb recipe!

    1. I entered all foods in Livestrong my plate and it comes up to 6.3 Carbs per servings. The avocado making up 4 of those carbs.

  2. Hi Barbara;
    Your recipe is a hit with my husband! I find if I use my mixer to blend the eggs and cream, they come out fluffier and thicker. Also, I cook them in 2 to 3 TBS of ghee and after flipping it over, I remove it from the heat, put some cheese on it, and cover it until it’s melted. I then slide it out of the pan on to paper towels. One batch makes two big burritos. I roll them in clean napkins for easy handling, and pack them in a plastic box for his lunch. I mix up the filling too. His favorites are chicken sausage, trader Joe’s jalapeno, and cheese, or all natural bacon bits and cheese. Thank you for a great recipe 😀

    1. Thank you for the feedback, Elise! I’m happy you liked the recipe. I will definitely try using my mixer to blend the eggs next time I make it:)

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