Mealtime Monday – Eggs for DAYS

Green Eggs and Muffins

Eggs are the best thing ever.  I love making egg dishes, they’re always filling and healthy!  And easy as anything.  I swear, everyone’s going to think I’m the laziest person when I cook because everything I make is so easy!  I’ll try to start doing some more difficult dishes…maybe.

SUPER PROTEIN AVOCADO EGG SALADIMG_0026

-2 boiled eggs

-1 avocado

-a little mayo/miracle whip, to your liking

Chop the boiled eggs in a bowl, into small pieces.  Cut and pit the avocado, put all of the green goodness into the bowl with the eggs.  Mash it up as best you can, then add a little of your mayo/miracle whip.  It will help smooth the avocado out and give it a tangy zip of flavour.  Sometimes I eat this using a lettuce leaf as a “wrap”, but more often than not I eat it out of the bowl like a salad.  This stuff is so delicious, and REALLY healthy.  I love making this, it’s my go to lunch pretty much everyday.  And it’s vegetarian/can be vegan friendly!

Difficulty:  Extremely Easy

Time:  5-10 minutes

Taste:  Delicious (especially if you like avocados)

Nutrition:  SUPER healthy, and full of protein and omega 3 fats

Leftovers:  This makes one serving, but you can boil a lot of eggs and have avocados on hand to make this easily everyday!

OMELETTE MUFFINSfood

-10-12 eggs

-about a 1/4 cup of milk

-anything you like in your omelettes…(I used mushrooms)

-a bit of butter or cooking oil.

Preheat the oven to 375°.  Spray a 12 cup muffin pan.  Cut up the mushrooms (or anything you’re using in your omelette muffins) and put them in a frying pan with a bit of cooking oil or butter, fry until they are soft.  In the meantime, crack your eggs into a large mixing bowl and mix with milk.  Once omelette veggies are soft mix them in with the eggs.  Pour an even amount of the mixture into each muffin cup and put them in the oven for 20 minutes.  Very tasty, and super NOT messy.

Difficulty:  Extremely Easy

Time:  35 minutes

Taste:  Omelette-y goodness!

Nutrition:  Super healthy, and you can pack them with veggies!

Leftovers:  Super convenient to take out of the fridge and heat up, no mess, just delicious breakfast!

 Thanks for reading!

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