That's what the carnivore said when I made these breakfast biscuit sandwiches, and I have to agree. Just like when I make sausage, egg, cheese mcmuffins at home, I make a carnivore and a vegetarian version. This is just another example of how we make our mixed diet work without compromising anything, even our cravings fast food. Here's how I do it:
I start with a can of Pillsbury buttermilk biscuits and make them according to the directions. Of course, you can make your own too. While they are baking, I heat up hardwood smoked bacon for the carnivore and fry a couple of organic free-range vegetarian fed eggs. I usually make one egg per biscuit. I then usually top it with cheddar cheese slices, but the beauty of making it at home is that you can add whatever cheese you like. I then heat up fake bacon (aka "facon") for my biscuit. I microwave it up a little less than normal so the slices will bend (normally they are crunchy). When the real bacon is ready I place it on a plate with a paper towel to remove the excess oil. Once the biscuits are ready I start assembling the sandwiches. On this day I also added fresh avocado slices to mine - something I thought was super and the carnivore gagged at the thought of. But, to each his own, right?
Not only do these taste better than a greasy fast food biscuit, but they also have a lot fewer calories. Maybe you can even have two. Maybe. In any case, they are great to make and take to the farmer's market (where you can get some fresh veggies to counterbalance this breakfast indulgence) on these beautiful summer mornings. And they are better than McDonald's. Just ask the carnivore.