2 slices Ezekiel Bread (low sodium is the absolute BEST) 1 whole egg and 1 white dash of cinnamon natural peanut butter natural fruit spread or sugar free syrup or honey Coconut oil Whip eggs and cinnamon in a med. bowl whilie pre-heating griddle. Dip bread (both sides) into egg wash and place on griddle. … Read more
Makes around 8 servings Ingredients: 8 eggs 2 tablespoons chives 1/2 cup spinach 3 tablespoons onion flakes 3/4 cup bacon or ham 1 cup low-fat mozzarella 1 cup cooked pumpkin 1 tablespoon Parmesan cheese dash of salt and pepper or Mrs. Dash Directions: Preheat oven to 350 F. Beat eggs until frothy, then add all … Read more
Makes 4 servings Ingredients: 4 eggs 4 tbs. non-fat plain yogurt 4 pieces of toast (Ezekiel, P28 High Protein Bread, or Melba is best) Salt and Pepper or Mrs. Dash seasoning to taste Directions: Bring eggs to room temperature before using. Fill 1/2 of a saucepan with water and 1 teaspoon of salt. Bring water … Read more
Recipe Summary: This recipe has now been a family favorite for many years. I share it with everyone and anyone who is open to the possibility of eating oatmeal pancakes… in my opinion, everyone should eat them! Ingredients: 1 whole egg ½ c. NO SALT ADDED cottage cheese ½ c. dry oatmeal (Quaker-style old fashioned … Read more
Blythe wrote a wonderful article about eggs entitled, Eggs…are they REALLY the PERFECT Fat Loss Food and it inspired me to continue the discussion. In today’s blog, I just want to briefly help you distinguish between the different types of eggs on the market. It use to be that we had only one choice in the supermarket, now we must decide among a number of different types of eggs and their prices can vary greatly. So let’s talk about some of the more commonly found types of eggs…
As a health nut and busy working mother of 3, I am someone who is always looking for a high protein snack, I have found that eggs are something that appeals to nearly everyone and I tend to enjoy often! With so many recipes and ways to cook them, they rarely fall on that list of ‘things I’ll never eat again’. Eggs are easy to eat, not too messy and great for on the go eating (I know most of us are looking for healthy on the go snacks!).