⅓ c. frozen diced okra 1 T. coconut oil - 1 egg 2 T. water - 1½ T. oat fiber (use gluten free if necessary) 1 T. cocoa powder 2 tsp. THM Super Sweet Blend (or more, to taste) ¼ tsp. baking powder 1/16 tsp. salt INSTRUCTIONS Thaw the diced okra with the coconut oil in the microwave. Blend the okra, coconut oil, egg, and water until smooth. Whisk the blended mixture with the rest of the ingredients until smooth.
Not all scrambled egg recipes are created equal. And if you’ve ever eaten scrambled eggs at a true country or southern style diner, you’ll know what I mean. The thick, rich and creamy texture of buttermilk scrambled eggs is second to none. It makes you wonder why all scrambled eggs aren’t always prepared this way....Read More »
Dehydrating Eggs ~ By dehydrating eggs, you are stocking for food pantry for a disaster, job loss, economic collapse, being more self sufficient, stocking up when they are on sale. You take out a few teaspoons, place in a bowl and add water.
Bikini Fast Diet: Poached eggs with spinach, portabello mushroom and vine tomatoes
Poached Eggs with Spinach, Portabello Mushroom and Vine Tomatoes by dailymail.co.uk: Research recently found that people who consume egg protein for breakfast are more likely to feel full during the day than those whose breakfasts contain wheat protein. It’s the combination of plants and proteins that makes this dish such an ideal choice. That and the delicious taste — all for obligingly few calories (124 with 1 egg, 199 with 2) #Breakfast #Healthy #Light #Egg
Guacamole Deviled Eggs are a huge hit in our house. The boys and their friends love this healthy after school snack. I love that it’s an easy paleo snack that's high protein, full of healthy fat, and made with only 8 ingredients.
These easy sheet pan breakfast stacks are topped with all of the ingredients we love to eat for breakfast, brunch or any time of day. A crispy tater tot crust is topped with shredded cheese, bacon or sausage then topped with an egg and more cheese. Sprinkle with chopped green onion and it’s meal time...Read More »
What’s difference about these hot cakes? Well, they are similar to American pancakes, but are a bit fluffier and have a little more sweetness. The eggs are beaten in a hand or stand mixer until foamy to create an extraordinary fluffy texture. Hot cakes are a popular breakfast treat in Japan and often prepared using...