Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Easy Egg Breakfast Recipe

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Easy egg breakfast Recipe

All research seems to point to breakfast as being the most important meal of the day. Well, that's what I've been told all of my life. I remember growing up and my dad always saying you have to eat a good breakfast and being a kid I just never knew why.

Eating healthy food for breakfast gives us the nutrients and energy we need to sustain us throughout the day. I certainly don't always eat a good breakfast every day but I know that I should.

Fran is the healthy eater in our family and in the process, she is always looking out for me. She is always coming up with some of the best healthy foods for breakfast.

She made this healthy egg breakfast the other day and I just had to tell you about it. Everything on this plate is made with all fresh ingredients.

Healthy Quick Breakfast Foods:

Red and yellow bell Pepper are low in calories, rich in vitamin C and antioxidants.

Fresh Spinach provides vitamins A, C, and K and is rich in Calcium, Iron, and Magnesium.

Fresh Mushrooms are a good source of dietary fiber.

Red Onion contains fiber and folic acid along with vitamin B.

Fresh Avocado has heart-healthy monounsaturated fat which the good fat.

Fresh Eggs contain 6 to 7 grams of high-quality protein in each egg.

Now, full disclosure here I am certainly not an expert on nutrition I had to look all of this up. I just wanted to let you know that it's easy to make a healthy breakfast.

Here is how Fran Made this easy egg breakfast:

She cut up the peppers, spinach, mushrooms, and onion then cooked them in an 8-inch non-stick skillet until they were tender. Cooked the two eggs over easy (that's the way I like my eggs) and served them on top of the cooked veggies and slices of the fresh avocado.

As always thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy.


12 comments:

  1. I've said it before and I'll say it again: That Fran is a keeper! What a gorgeous, delicious-sounding, definitely good-for-you breakfast. I could eat this any time of day. Probably every day.

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    1. I have to agree Susan, Fran has been a keeper for 44 years and counting. She sure does take care of me. It was a really delicious combination :) Thanks

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  2. It looks delicious! We try to do something similar with our eggs when we have extra veggies on hand at breakfast time. My preferences run to cooking the eggs sunny-side-up in a pepper ring, though. Or I'll have my oldest make one of her gorgeous omelettes.

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    1. That's great Kyla and what makes this so versatile, because you can use whatever you happen to have on hand. Thanks :)

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  3. That's an appetizing photo, and the true definition of 'breakfast of champions'. Packed with vitamins and protein. Thanks for sharing it.

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    1. This one is a real healthy breakfast Fran deserves all the credit for this one. Thanks Candy :)

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  4. That does look like a delicious breakfast! I don't eat breakfast nearly as often as I should, but I'd happily make this for dinner too!

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    1. I agree Carlee this would be great for dinner too. I do like breakfast for dinner. Thanks.

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  5. Looks and sounds great and it is definitely a healthy way to start the day...or end it for that matter!

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    1. This one was really good Peggy, and I agree any time of day for this one. Thanks so much for stopping by :)

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  6. Looks so good and is picture perfect!!

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    1. Thanks Daphne for stopping by, I'm really not that good at the picture part :)

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