Psylli Bacon Nachos

Brian Hall of Fast Days Healing Days shares great advice about white-knuckle dieting and how to remove deprivation from your 5:2 Fast Day, 4:3, ADF, EOD or JUDDD diet mentality. Remove the deprivation, increase the satisfaction and go to sleep knowing you’ve met your goals for the day. Learn how to make FUN food a priority on Fast Days, deprivation uninvited. Make Fast Day-friendly Psylli Bacon Nachos and put the FUN back in FUN-ctional.



Psylli Bacon Nachos by Fast Days Healing Days puts FUN and filling food on the menu during 5:2, 4:3, ADF and EOD intermittent fasting meals.

Sometimes you get bored with “diets.” That’s part of the reason we choose to treat food as naturally as we can on Fast Days—because we’re choosing not to diet. It is a lifestyle. And lifestyles aren’t about living abstemious, monk-ish lives. No one lost weight through martyrdom (except the martyrs, of course). The point is, being a martyr and denying your craving or desire doesn’t make you a more evolved person and doesn’t atone for poor food choices in the past. And we all know that denial and deprivation will end you face down in the craving of your choice—at some point in the future (unless you are Wolverine or perhaps, Captain America). Just resolve right now. Come on. Do it. Resolve to end denial and deprivation. Eat real food and eat REAL GOOD food–to do that, you’re going to have to learn to cook and that’s where we can help.


Psylli Bacon Nachos are only 273 Calories per serving and filled with fiber, healthy fats and good sources of protein.

So why not bend your food to YOUR will instead of trying to bend your will to some preconceived notion of what a diet-as-a-lifestyle means? At Fast Days Healing Days we believe the less deprivation, the better—especially on Fast Days!

We urge you. Go ahead. Play with your food. Interact with your food, naturally, on Fast Days. You want burgers? Have a burger! You want pizza? Here you go. Have pizza. You want nachos? We’ll even throw on bacon, too! And be sure to check back with FDHD, because we will be adding more FUN foods to our Fun Foods Recipes on a regular basis. Do you have an idea for a FUN food, or need a recipe developed? Leave a comment describing your request and we will do our best!



Psylli Bacon Nachos

Prep Time: 7 minutes

Cook Time: 3 minutes

Total Time: 10 minutes

Yield: 1 Serving

Serving Size: 1 Recipe

Calories per serving: 273

Psylli Bacon Nachos

You wouldn't believe this could be so filling, but with great protein and good levels of healthy fats on top of fiber-rich Psylli Wraps, we urge you to try them! They are fun food with great nutrition.


1 ounce cheddar cheese, shredded
1 bacon slice, crisp, cut into 8 pieces
1 ounce avocado, cubed
1/2 ounce grape tomatoes, sliced into 6-8 rounds
2 tablespoons cilantro, leaves only
1/2 jalapeno chile pepper, sliced into 6-8 rounds with seeds
1 tablespoon sour cream
2 tablespoons non-fat Greek yogurt


    Take a Pyslli Wrap and cut into 6-8 wedges with a pizza cutter—or just use it whole to form a tostada. Microwave on a food safe paper towel for 45 seconds. Flip to the second side and nuke another 45 seconds. If it's still not crispy, nuke in 10 second intervals until very crisp. Remove and top with your favorite nacho toppings. Microwave until cheese is melty.
    Finish with avocado, grape tomatoes, a pinch of sea salt, jalapeno and sour cream blended with Greek yogurt.


You can cut the Psylli Wraps into chips but we've found they shrink less when microwaved whole, then broken into chips or used as tostada or crispy tortilla shells. We always keep Psylli Wrap made up and ready in the refrigerator. They make convenient and fun meals!

Serving Ideas Serve on its own for a light meal with a big glass of hibiscus iced tea or make it a full meal with a cup of Quick Fiesta Soup.

Nutritional Information

Per Serving: 273 Calories; 19g Fat (61.8% calories from fat); 16g Protein; 10g Carbohydrate; 3g Dietary Fiber; 43mg Cholesterol; 7g Net Carbohydrate

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Author: Brian Hall

Brian Hall, a mild-mannered, IT guru and FileMaker Pro database developer by day at, nutrition nerd and grill-o-phile by night. He likes things hot–by heat or by fire–he’s en fuego with passion for chiles and his first mistress, Sweet Lady Propane; cooking up dude-food to delight your inner Sasquatch. He’s the brains and muscle behind this joint and doesn’t mind flexing his guns or fire-starter on demand. Passionate about great steak and wine that makes you smile with pleasure, Brian can be found behind his grill on any given Sunday. Email Brian with your IT questions, FileMaker Pro Database needs, or just to chew the fat about grilling or Macs (his true love).

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