Buttoni's Low-Carb Recipes

Breakfast “Chili Dogs”

Posted on: March 21, 2019

Who eats chili dogs for breakfast?  Well………I tried a little experiment with a batch of my Cheese Thin Buns this morning and it actually was quite tasty.  A pleasant switch from keto quiches, bacon and eggs or low-carb pancakes.

Seems like when I cook (or defrost ready-cooked chili for a meal) there is invariably 1 bowl leftover.  I never throw food away because I must live up to my husband’s label for me:  “Queen of Leftovers”.  Today I lived up to that title. 🙂 Added just 2 tsp. chili atop one of my favorite buns, a special-shaped sausage patty, a sprinkle of cheese.  Voila! A delightful breakfast was born!   We were both quite surprised this was so tasty!  The hubs had me crack a couple eggs aside his, requiring extra cook time (5 minutes longer) but I forgot to get a photo of the one with eggs before he had eaten most of it.  This recipe is suitable for all phases of Atkins and Keto plans.

Buns right from the oven:  Glucomannan Hot Dog Buns

INGREDIENTS:

1 recipe my Cheese Thin Buns batter

4½-5 oz. bulk breakfast sausage

4 T. leftover chili

6 T. shredded Cheddar cheese

6 T. shredded Mozzarella Cheese

OPTIONAL: 6 eggs (1 per serving) or 12 eggs (2 per serving)

DIRECTIONS:  Preheat oven to 350º.  Make the Cheese Thin Buns batter per that recipe’s instructions, using a lightly-oiled eclair or hot-dog bun pan to contain the batter.  I used this Tescoma® pan set into a metal pan for support/handling: https://www.amazon.com/Bread-roll-moulds-holes-5-5/dp/B06Y3MGDVT/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=tescoma+silicone+baking+pan&qid=1553192169&s=gateway&sr=8-3. If you don’t have or want to buy this pan, use whatever similar shape you have.  Bake 12-13 minutes at 350º.

While those are baking, oil 6 small 6″ oval baking dishes (or whatever shape you have similar).  Divide sausage into 6 portions (about 2.5 oz. each).  Press them into an oblong (or shape of your baking dishes) flat shapes to match your pan shape.  Brown them on both sides in a skillet over medium heat and remove when done.

Now place 1 bun into each oiled ramekin dish.  Top with one of your cooked sausage “ovals”.  Spoon 2 tsp. chili down the length of the sausage patty in the center.  Top each chili-dog with 1 T. Cheddar and 1 T. mozzarella shreds.  If adding the extra egg(s), crack one to the left and one to the right of each chili dog assembly.  It will flow out the entire length.  Pop the small dishes into a 350º oven and bake 15-16 minutes.  If not using the extra eggs, they will be done in just 10-11 minutes baking time.  We ate ours right from the baking dishes set onto a larger plate to protect the table.

NUTRITIONAL INFO:   Makes 6 Breakfast Chili Dogs, each contains:

With 2 eggs added: 583 cals, 45.23g fat, 6.48g carbs, 3.48g fiber, 3g NET CARBS, 35.7g protein, 1064 mg sodium

With no extra eggs:  440 cals, 35g fat, 5.71g carbs, 3.48g fiber, 2.23g NET CARBS, 23.1g protein, 924mg sodium

 

 

2 Responses to "Breakfast “Chili Dogs”"

yummy, i had leftover hamburger & used it for my mom’s “coney island” hot dog chili…. saved a container in the freezer & use it often for a quick dog in the morning… cant wait to try it with your cheese thin bun recipe…

I hope you like this, Frjim. Would love your feedback when you’ve had a chance to make it.

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