This BLT Egg Salad Wrap is a simple recipe that makes a satisfying low carb snack or lunch!
And since its summer, there are so many opportunities to enjoy fresh veggies and cool refreshing meals like Radish Salad, Zucchini Fries or Deviled Eggs. So these low carb lettuce wraps with egg salad, tomato and bacon really hit the spot!
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BLT Egg Salad Wrap
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Is Egg Salad Keto?
Egg salad is a keto friendly meal option. Eggs and mayonnaise form the base of the salad, and as long as the add in’s you choose are also keto friendly, you are good to go!
How to Make Egg Salad Easy!
- Chop or shred your hard boiled eggs.
- Add mayonnaise, green onion, seasoning salt & pepper.
Place egg salad in a lettuce leaf, add tomatoes and bacon. Enjoy!
What Kind Of Lettuce For Lettuce Wraps
I find romaine hearts hold up well, but you can use whatever you have in your fridge. Should you choose butter lettuce, double stack the leaves as they are fairly fragile and may break. I love using simple iceberg lettuce for lots of crunch too!
Keep Hard Boiled Eggs On Hand! Every week I make up a huge batch of hard boiled eggs so I always have something to grab and go, no snack excuses! And having hard boiled eggs on hand also makes it super simple to make these low carb lettuce wraps quick!
Use Pre-Cooked Bacon! While you certainly can use real bacon cooked from raw, I like the precooked bacon because it takes just a few seconds in the microwave and its mess free!
Use An Instant Pot! To cook the perfect hard boiled egg, I love to use my instant pot! You never have a dark ring around the yolk and the shells literally slide right off!
A Cheese Grater Works Great! Grating the eggs on a cheese grater gives you extra fluffy egg salad, perfect for piling high in lettuce leaves!
Change It Up! This low carb lettuce wrap is delicious as the recipe reads, but you can add in your own preferences and personality by adding some diced pickles, hot sauce or a dash of mustard. Avocado is another delicious, low carb add in.
Other Fresh Low Carb Recipes!
- Cucumber Feta Salad – so fresh!
- Zucchini Pizza Bites – the perfect snack.
- Cauliflower Potato Salad – a low carb side dish!
- Easy Homemade Zoodles – zucchini noodles!
- Caesar Salad – a low carb treat!
BLT Egg Salad Wraps
- 6 eggs hard boiled
- 2 green onions thinly sliced
- ⅓ cup mayonnaise
- seasoning salt & black pepper to taste
- 12 romaine heart leaves
- 12 slices crisp bacon
- 24 grape tomatoes
- Shred hard boiled eggs using a large cheese grater (or chop with a knife).
- Combine eggs, mayonnaise, green onion, seasoning salt & pepper.
- Slice grape tomatoes in half.
- Place 1 slice of bacon in each lettuce leaf. Divide egg mixture over romaine leaves.
- Top with tomatoes and additional salt & pepper if desired.
Nutrition information provided is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used.
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Can you leave them in fridge over night
The lettuce may become limp and soggy, I would suggest keeping a paper towel over them or assembling them the same day.
Recipe makes 12 lettuce wraps, which you state is 6 servings, but under Nutrition you state “1 serving is 3 lettuce wraps”, so only 4 servings not 6. Which one is correct, especially if the nutrition information is really for 3 wraps?
You are right Delsi, sorry for the confusion. The calories are per serving size which is two romaine leaves.
I’m confused. Is it one slice or two slices of bacon per serving?
Thanks for your reply.
Hi Deb, each serving is one sixth of the egg mixture (so 1 egg), 2 lettuce leaves and 2 slices of bacon, and 4 tomatoes. Hope that helps!
They all look good
Just made this today followed directions exactly as stated. They were pretty easy to assemble and very tasty. However, I will be making changes. 1. Add more green onion maybe change to 4. 2. Crumble bacon and add to egg mixture. 3. Not enough tomatoes when slicing in half. So think I will quarter the tomatoes and add to the egg mixture as well. Then allow all to sit in fridge for about 30 minutes to allow ingredients to marry. 4. Not a big fan of romain lettuce and they were a bit clunky after building the wrap. May try them again if I mix as I stated above. If that does not work I may used another type of lettuce that is more user friendly.
Again I love this recipe very much and a good meal prep for 3 days of lunches. Can wrap each in foil or wax paper. Would not hold more than the 3 days though.
Thank you for sharing your tips Melissa!