Grease a crockpot with coconut oil and add all the ingredients. Cook on low for 6 to 8 hours. This is a great thing to make before going to bed and have ready for breakfast when you wake up!
OPTION to serve a slice of avocado on top, sprinkle with seasoned pumpkin seeds
Heat oven to 375 degrees. Grease a muffin tin. Line cups of prepped muffin tin with ham. Crack one egg into each ham slice and add some diced red pepper. Bake for 15-25 minutes, until the egg yolk is cooked, as you want it.
Remove muffin tray from oven and immediately place the chopped spinach on top. Allow to cool for 5 minutes before carefully popping out the egg cups. Package them up for the week and take to work. Serve warm or cold. Enjoy!
• 2 avocados
• 4 eggs
• 2 cups greens of choice (spinach, kale, arugula are all great!), sautéed
• Optional toppings: green onions, salsa, cilantro
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Slice the avocados in half and carefully remove the pit. Put avocados open side up in a large baking dish, propped up if needed. If they are small avocados, scoop out some extra flesh to make room for a cracked egg. Crack one egg into each avocado half and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Place in the oven for 15-20 minutes or until egg is cooked to desired doneness. Remove from oven and top with chosen toppings. Serve with a side of sautéed greens.
Just up the street from our house in Santa Monica, there’s a chicken and waffle joint that people line up around the block for. Every time we walk our dog by the place, we are faced with the difficult decision of either caving in to that crispy fried chicken and delicious buttery waffle or to take the high road by turning our head (and nose) the other way and just keep on walking. To the dismay of our dog, we keep walking on.
Well two years of this torturous avoidance of chicken and waffles and I’ve finally had enough. Today is the day I stop depriving myself of this delicious Southern Comfort food. I gotta satisfy my soul, baby. With some arm pulling, Chris agreed to us buying a waffle iron under the condition that I blow his mind. Challenge accepted.
My mom was here for the weekend and whipped us up some breakfast from stuff that was in the fridge.
It was such a treat to have someone else cook since I do it so much! Something about the food my mom makes always tastes better than when I make it! 🙂
Thought I would share since this dish was delicious and quick to make.
Okay, so this is my new favorite dish and I wanted to share it with all of you! I found this recipe after my crash and burn attempt at deviled eggs. I tried to peel my hard-boiled eggs and they were unrecognizable after I finally got the shells off… crap… so I had to find a plan B for my hard-boiled egg remnants. I remembered I have been meaning to try this recipe on Paleo Plan that called for hard-boiled eggs… plus 2 of my favorite foods: Sweet Potatoes and Bacon. Keep Reading…
We made this meat crust quiche over Mother’s Day weekend and it was the BEST quiche I have ever had and I wanted to share it with you all! Mom and the rest of the family were raving about it! I’ve never liked the crust on pies or quiches, so having a crust made of sausage was a brilliant idea. It also makes the quiche more filling with the addition of extra protein. We got this recipe from Julie Bauer over at www.paleomg.com. She has awesome recipes and everyone should check our her site!! Happy Belated Mother’s Day to all the moms and moms to be!! Enjoy! Serves: 4-5 Keep Reading…
This is a great dish to add a little variety to breakfast with some eggs, or for a nice snack.
I was craving something different for my morning meal and wanted something warm on a dreary day.
This porridge is inspired from a recipe in the Cafe Gratitude cookbook.
Hope you enjoy!