Bacon Sushi Keto

Bacon Sushi Keto recipe is one of the most tasty and healthy snacks you can ever have. Plus it is so easy to make with your bacon wrap and all those fresh veggies rolled inside. You do not need to give up your craving of eating sushi because of carbs so enjoy this keto and low carb snacks perfect for your healthy diet!

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Keto Bacon Sushi Recipe by Delish US

According to Delish, Being on a keto diet means you have way fewer options for snacking. Never fear! These little guys will satisfy all your snack cravings: They’re salty, creamy, and crunchy, but they won’t weigh you down.

According to Sarah Weinberg, The rumors are true: You can eat bacon on the keto diet.

That seems to be a sticking point for prospective dieters—and for good reason. The ketogenic diet is heralded as one of the strictest eating plans around, but the fact that greasy, fatty strips of meat get a stamp of approval makes it feel sorta-kinda doable.

The whole point of going keto is for the metabolic process that happens when your body uses fat instead of carbs for energy. To get there, you’ve gotta do the obvious: eat a whole lot of fat and little to no carbs.

Note this: When it comes to keto-approved foods, you don’t have to spend an arm and a leg. Yes, it’s suggested your meats are either grass-fed or cage-free and your seafood wild-caught. For produce, organic is recommended. That said, you will not mess up your chances of achieving ketosis by purchasing farmed or non-organic foods. Do what best fits your budget and goals.

Other recipes you might like to try: Meatloaf Keto Low Carb with Side Veggies, Keto Flaxseed Wraps Vegan and Paleo, Broccoli Breadsticks

Bacon Sushi Keto

Bacon Sushi Keto

Bacon Sushi recipe is one of the most tasty and healthy keto snacks. It is so easy to make with bacon wrap and all those fresh veggies rolled inside.
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Total Time 30 mins
Course Snacks
Cuisine Japanese
Servings 12 yields


  • 6 slices bacon , halved
  • 2 medium carrots, , thinly sliced
  • 1 small avocado , sliced
  • 4 oz cream cheese , softened
  • pinched sesame seeds , for garnish


  • Preheat oven to 400º. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and fit it with a cooling rack. Lay bacon halves in an even layer and bake until slightly crisp but still pliable, 11 to 13 minutes.
    Bacon Sushi Keto bake bacon in the oven
  • Meanwhile, cut cucumbers, carrots, and avocado into sections roughly the width of the bacon.
  • When bacon is cool enough to touch, spread an even layer of cream cheese on each slice. Divide vegetables evenly between the bacon and place on one end. Roll up vegetables tightly.
    Bacon Sushi Keto put all ingredients together and roll them
  • Garnish with sesame seeds and serve.
    Bacon Sushi Keto -garnish sesame seads


Why You Shouldn't Fear Bacon? by Martina Slajerova
Bacon has gained a bad reputation in mainstream media because of the high levels of saturated fat and sodium. Are there valid reasons to avoid bacon?
Bacon Nutrition Facts
Calories from carbs 0%, protein 0%, fat 100%
Nutritional data per oz (28.3 grams)
Net carbs 0 grams
Protein 0 grams
Fat 28.3 grams
Calories 256 kcal
Total carbs 0 grams
Fiber 0 grams,  Sugars 0 grams, Saturated fat 11.1 grams, Sodium 369 mg(16% RDA), Magnesium 4mg(1% RDA), Potassium 43mg(2% EMR)
Saturated Fat and Low-Carb Diets - As discussed in this post, there is no evidence that:
  • too much saturated fat raises cholesterol
  • saturated fat causes heart disease
  • high cholesterol causes heart disease
  • lowering cholesterol reduces heart disease
  • there is a correlation between obesity rates and the amount of fat consumption
  • there is a correlation between obesity rates and the amount of protein consumption
The types of fat you should be worried about are toxic trans fats and polyunsaturated fats, particularly high omega 6 to omega 3 ratio.
The true reason for heart disease is inflammation, not saturated fat or cholesterol. Don't be afraid of saturated fat - instead, include a variety of foods high in monounsaturated fats and omega 3 fatty acids.
Sodium and Low-Carb Diets
It's a fact that bacon is high in sodium, but is it bad for us? The general advise is to keep sodium low. However, for low-carb ketogenic diets, an increased amount is desired.
The RDA of sodium according to the USDA is 2,300 mg, which may not be enough for a low-carb diet. The reason is that insulin, which also has the effect of reducing the rate at which sodium is extracted through kidneys, drops and it can cause sodium levels to drop significantly, too. Also, as you eliminate processed foods from your diet, your sodium intake will likely be lower than what you've been used to.
So, how much sodium is adequate? You should add about 3,000-5,000 mg in addition to sodium naturally occurring in food (Lyle McDonald, "The Ketogenic Diet"). Don't get the idea that you can eat a cup of salt a day when on low-carb.
100 g / 3.5 oz of bacon contains about 2,000 mg of sodium. Taking everything into account, you shouldn't worry about sodium content in bacon.
How about nitrates found in bacon?
As long as your diet is high in anti-oxidants, nitrates are acceptable in moderation.
Keyword bacon, keto, Keto Recipe, Keto Recipes, low carb, Meat, snacks, sushi

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