Baked Eggs and Prosciutto (Whole30-Keto)

Do you still enjoy a leisurely weekend breakfast? You know the kind I am talking about, that lazy Sunday morning breakfast, eating while still in your jammies and slippers, reading the paper (wait, is this 1965?) and sipping your favorite morning drink. Those are my favorite breakfasts, no rush, no fuss. Speaking of no fuss, our breakfast menu today is Baked Eggs and Prosciutto (Whole30-Keto)…a  dreamy, simple, savory breakfast you’ll enjoy all year round.
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Baked Eggs and Prosciutto in a black cast iron skillet set on a dish towel

Baked Eggs and Prosciutto (Whole30-Keto): DEFINITELY NO RUSH, NO FUSS:

I know this breakfast looks pretty simple, because it is… it’s also so good! In fact it’s as simple as placing eggs and prosciutto into an oven safe skillet and baking. That is it. Once those whites are set and the yolks are perfectly runny your work is done. 

Serve as Is to Keep it Whole30, Paleo or Low Carb or Not!

As is this breakfast is Whole30-Keto friendly. Eggs, prosciutto, olive oil and chives. If you are not keeping the carbs low then serve on toast. It’s delicious either way!

Baked Eggs and Prosciutto garnished with chives in a black cast iron skillet

 

Love Eggs and Need More Recipes? 

I love these three egg recipes, in fact, they are regularly in the rotation: Italian Eggs in Marinara, Poached Eggs On Avocado Toast, and Whole30 One Pan Potatoes and Eggs!

A collage of egg recipes in pans

 

 

What you will need: an oven safe skillet!

A quick and easy breakfast served alone or on toast!

Course:

Breakfast, Brunch

Cuisine:

American

Keyword:

Baked eggs, keto breakfast, whole30 breakfast

Servings: 2 servings

  • 1
    tablespoon
    olive oil or butter
  • 3
    slices prosciutto, cut in half
  • 4
    eggs
  • sea salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
  • 2
    teaspoons
    chives, for garnish (optional)

Optional Additions:

  • roasted pin nuts, avocado slices, cherry tomatoes
  • If you aren’t eating low carb or Whole30 you can add sourdoung toast!

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. When oven is heated, place a small skillet on the cooktop on high heat for 60 seconds

  2. Add olive oil to coat the bottom of the pan, add prosciutto to pan for 20 seconds or so. Then add your eggs, sprinkle with sea salt and pepper and place pan in oven. Bake until eggs white are firm and yolks are runny (usually around 3-4 minutes) If you like your yolks more set, add a little time, but be sure not to overcook!

  3. Remove from oven, garnish with chives and serve immediately as eggs will continue to cook in the hot pan. Serve alone (or with toast if you aren’t watching the carbs)

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