KETO "Huevos Rancheros" (Mexican Recipe) ★★★★☆ 1228 REVIEWS:

Mexican Keto recipe

Too many people believe that glucose is the dominant source of biofuel. The truth is that fat is the ideal energy source for many. We really only need trace amounts of glucose, most of which can be supplied by the liver as needed on a daily basis.

Just because carbohydrates and glucose are so readily available and cheap today does not mean that we should depend on them as a primary source of fuel or revere them so highly. In fact, it is this blind allegiance to the "carbohydrate paradigm" that has led many of us to experience the wide variety of metabolic problems that threaten to overwhelm our healthcare system.

There are 2 sources of fuel, you can burn fat or you can burn sugar. Being a fat burner is known as ketoadapt and is the preferred metabolic state of the human body; That is why we have all this fat in our bodies, it is an incredible source of fuel!

Once you are keto fit, you can burn stored fat for energy throughout the day.

If you can handle intermittent fasting, skip a meal, and can go hours without being “hungry” or craving carbohydrates, you are probably keto-adapted.

Things like poor satiety after eating, hunger a few hours after eating, waking up at night due to low blood sugar, trouble burning fat, and carbohydrate cravings are all signs of being a sugar burner.

The good news is that you can change! With simple and easy recipes, you can regain your health today!

This Huevos Rancheros recipe highlights what Mexican flavors can be with ground beef, eggs, avocado, and salsa. Serve this for breakfast and you'll be satisfied and energized for hours.

Ingredients KETO "Huevos Rancheros":

Tortillas ingredients:

    3 eggs separated
    2 scoops of whey protein; unflavored powder
    2 tablespoons very soft cream cheese
    1 teaspoon onion powder
    1 teaspoon Mexican spices optional


    ½ cup cooked ground beef
    Fried eggs
    Green onions

Instructions KETO "Huevos Rancheros":

    Place the egg whites (no yolks or it won't work) in a bowl and beat with a hand mixer or electric mixer until very firm.
    Slowly add the protein powder and spices.
    Then gently add the cream cheese or yolks.
    Heat the oil in a small skillet over medium-high heat.
    Fry the tortilla batter one at a time until firm, but not crisp.
    Lay them on paper towels to drain excess oil.
    Meanwhile, prepare the meat and other desired ingredients.
    When the tortillas are done, fry the eggs easily in the skillet.
    Place the “tortillas” on the plates and spread a layer of meat on them.
    Cover with your desired ingredients. I love meat, a fried egg, crumbled bacon, avocado, and salsa.