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Egg Muffins!

Ingredients

1/4 cup red bell pepper, diced

1/4 cup carrots, grated

1/2 cup fresh spinach, chopped

2 to 3 tablespoons fresh basil, diced

1/2 teaspoon sea salt

1/4 teaspoon fresh ground pepper

10 – 12 pastured eggs

You can choose these ingredients to your taste-
Tuna (in brine)
Chicken
Salmon
Avocado
Prawns

Instructions:

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Well grease a 12-cup muffin pan with coconut oil.

Chop or break the chicken if using or flake fish

In a medium bowl, combine your meat or fish, red bell pepper, shredded carrots, spinach, and basil. Set aside.

In a large bowl, whisk together eggs, salt and pepper. Add egg mixture to the meat/or fish and veggie mixture and stir to combine.

Using a measuring cup fill muffin cups with egg mixture being sure not to fill cups to the rim.
About 1/4 to 1/3 cup in each cup.

Bake the egg muffins for 20 to 25 minutes or until eggs are set in the middle.

Makes about 12 to 16 muffins.

Muffins can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 to 4 days.

Brilliant easy and healthy breakfast to eat on the go!
You can even enjoy them as a snack or re-heat a few for a quick lunch. Perfect for this who are gluten and wheat free or vegan (this depends what ingredients you choose to put in them!).

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Based on Heather’s blog multiply delicious
Great recipes on here!

Cheesy Tuna & Potato Frittata

You are in a rush but need a quick healthy meal? The Fritatta is for you! You can make so many different Fritatta’s -from vegetable, cheese, ham, salmon, tomato and cheese, ….the list goes on!

The word “frittata,” which derives from the Italian verb “friggere,” or “to fry,” connotes the simplicity and pleasures of cucina povera—the “humble cuisine” that most of us innately love. Egg is the main ingredient. With its high protein and mineral content, easy availability and low cost, eggs are an essential part of the diet almost everywhere in the world.

What is the difference between a Fritatta and an omelette? – click the paragraph above to find out!

As long as you have eggs and milk in the kitchen (and who doesn’t?!) you have the base of the recipe.

You can have some carbohydrates with it by making it with potatoes or even noodles! Click here  for some great recipes for inspiration… 

here is my recipe!

SERVES 1

1 potato (sweet or jersey)

Tin of tuna

Frozen vegetables (70g)

Oil

5 tablespoons milk

2 eggs

Grated cheese (cheddar or parmesan, amount depends on you)

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To make this a G-free, D-free recipe, use rice/soy/almond milk and ‘Sheesh’ or Lactose free cheese (if you can tolerate)

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Instructions

  1. Drain Tuna
  2. Beat 2 eggs (or egg whites) with milk, salt & pepper and a handful of grated cheese
  3. Cook (microwave or hob) frozen vegetables
  4. Boil potatoes until tender
  5. Drain and slice potatoes
  6.  Oil a baking dish or pan
  7. Place sliced potatoes across bottom of dish or pan
  8. Scatter over the cooked vegetables
  9. Poor over the egg/milk/cheese mixture
  10. Place in pre-heated oven or on hob and let cook for 10mins
  11. Sprinkle some more cheese on top and let cook for another 10 mins – time depends on hob or oven and what temperature.Image

Enjoy!