Low Carb Breakfast Sausage Scramble with just 4.5 net carbs! Atkins Farmhouse-style scramble copycat recipe. From Lowcarb-ology.com

Atkins Farmhouse Style Sausage Scramble Copycat Recipe

This low carb, breakfast sausage scramble recipe is a copycat of the Atkins Farmhouse Style Sausage Scramble frozen meal. Eggs, bell pepper, sausage, and cheese make this breakfast both filling and yummy! I’ve added a little salsa verde to spice things up Texas style. No more boring breakfasts, y’all!

For this recipe you’ll need: eggs, ground sausage, chopped Bell pepper, cheddar cheese, heavy cream, salsa verde, salt, and pepper.

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Easy, low carb sausage scramble is a yummy copycat of the popular Atkins frozen meal. From Lowcarb-ology.com
Tasty and filling, this breakfast will keep you going until lunch. And it’s low carb !

To be honest, I don’t even like eggs very much. This quick and easy low carb breakfast has about 4.5 net carbs according the the calculator I use but I disagree. In counting carbs, they assigned 1 carb each to the eggs and heavy cream which I don’t think should be there. Maybe both together are almost 1 carb I recorded this in my nutrition facts food diary as 2.5 net carbs and counted the eggs and cream as 0 carbs. The good news about eggs are the amount of protein you get from them. In fact two large eggs have 13 grams of protein. One good thing is that those same 2 large eggs only have 3.5 grams of saturated fat. Thankfully eggs are naturally free of any trans fat. All of which we burn instead of sugar when we are in ketosis. That also helps me keep my blood sugar under control.

Even though I am not totally on board with eggs I enjoy the fact that they are quick and easy. I do enjoy some scrambled eggs with some American cheese and some pieces of turkey. I used to add a little chopped onion, but they have some carbs so I leave them out now. I just need some extra zing in my eggs. Even my beloved hot sauce is not enough to get me to eat plain scrambled eggs. A few years ago I spent a couple of weeks just eating Atkins frozen meals to drop some weight. The Atkins Nutritionals company’s version of this breakfast bowl came as one of their Atkins entrees but I thought didn’t taste as good. I figured this would be an easy way to stay low carb and not have to cook differently for myself.

It wasn’t a great idea but I did discover a few of the frozen meals that I thought had potential.

I liked the idea of the farmhouse style sausage scramble but I didn’t like the texture of the eggs after they’d been frozen and then reheated according to the cooking instructions in the microwave. If you don’t mind it you can actually make this during meal prep and have a quick breakfast any time during the week. The sausage scramble will keep for about 4 days in the fridge or 3 months in the freezer. It’s a simple recipe but there’s something about the flavor that’s just comforting and good.

If you like it a little spicy you can substitute jalapenos for some of the Bell peppers.

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The salsa verde has 2 carbs and 1 gram of fiber for a total of 1 net carb. Leave it off if you don’t want to have that extra carb. I personally just really LOVE salsa verde. Also check the sausage that your buy to make sure that it is 0 carbs. I used bulk sausage but you could slice some sausage links and use them that way if you prefer.

Farmhouse-Style Sausage Scramble Recipe

Here’s the sausage scramble recipe. You’re going to love breakfast again!

Low Carb Breakfast Sausage Scramble with just 4.5 net carbs! Atkins Farmhouse-style scramble copycat recipe. From Lowcarb-ology.com
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Farmhouse-Style Sausage Scramble: Atkins Copycat Breakfast

Quick and easy breakfast scramble that’s a copycat of the Atkins Farmhouse-Style Sausage Scramble. Eggs, sausage, and peppers make a hearty, comforting breakfast that’s delicious even when you’re tired of eggs. 4.5 net carbs.
Course Breakfast, Brunch, Egg Fast/Breakfast
Cuisine American – low -carb, American Classic
Keyword eggs, sausage
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 1 serving
Calories 447kcal
Author Marye


  • 1 ounce ground pork sausage make sure it’s 0 carb
  • 1 heaping tablespoon chopped Bell pepper 1 ounce
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 tablespoons heavy cream
  • 1 ounce grated Cheddar cheese
  • Salt and pepper to taste.
  • 2 tablespoons salsa verde may omit


  • Beat the eggs with the cream until well blended.
  • Set aside.
  • Cook the sausage until it’s nearly done.
  • Add the peppers and saute until tender.
  • Pour in the egg mixture and let it set for just a few seconds.
  • Stir slowly until the eggs begin to be solid.
  • Add half the cheese.
  • Continue to cook until the texture is the way you like it.
  • Taste and add salt and pepper as needed.
  • Spoon the salsa on top and sprinkle the remaining cheese over it.


Calories: 447kcal | Carbohydrates: 4g | Protein: 23g | Fat: 36g | Saturated Fat: 18g | Cholesterol: 418mg | Sodium: 723mg | Potassium: 256mg | Sugar: 2g | Vitamin A: 1690IU | Vitamin C: 13.1mg | Calcium: 273mg | Iron: 2.1mg

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2 thoughts on “Atkins Farmhouse Style Sausage Scramble Copycat Recipe”

  1. 5 stars
    This is so so funny- I just went to your page to search for your brown rice and ground turkey (which I couldn’t find) recipe and this one popped up! I bought the ground turkey for the other recipe, but now will make this one!! You never fail me

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