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Rainbow Scrambled Eggs

Rainbow Scrambled Eggs

One of my favorite ways to stretch eggs is to add plenty of vegetables. Luckily for me, this is one of my son’s favorite breakfasts. For him, it’s all about volume.  If the plate looks nice and full, he’s happy.  If I’ve just scrambled two eggs, he is not amused.

When I … click here to continue reading Rainbow Scrambled Eggs

Perfect Scrambled Eggs – How to Make Them

Fresh Brown Eggs

It is super simple to make perfectly scrambled eggs.  There are just a few little secrets you want to follow and you’ll have soft, fluffy eggs every time.

Start with some fresh brown eggs… ideally from your girls out in the yard…

Crack the eggs into a bowl.

Scramble … click here to continue reading Perfect Scrambled Eggs – How to Make Them

Recipe: Scrambled Eggs, Heavy on the Ham

Scrambled Eggs, Heavy on the Ham

Several mornings each week my husband makes my breakfast.  He knows I’m eating 50 grams of protein so he will sometimes grill me some chicken or a steak.  Sometimes I’m on my own, and this is one of my quick, easy to prepare big protein breakfasts.

Serves 1.

Scrambled Eggs, Heavy on the Ham

1-2 Tablespoons … click here to continue reading Recipe: Scrambled Eggs, Heavy on the Ham

Recipe: Ham Wrap Breakfast Tacos or hors d’oeuvres

Ham Tacos

This morning I had five pieces of nitrates-free bacon, 8 slices of nitrates-free ham, one avocado and three eggs.  That just about got me up to my 50 grams protein to continue on my Big *Ahem* Breakfast on the leptin reset.

As I sat down to eat and looked at my plate, I had an … click here to continue reading Recipe: Ham Wrap Breakfast Tacos or hors d’oeuvres

Recipe: Coconut Milk Pumpkin Pie Custard

Coconut Milk Honey Pumpkin Custard

This recipe is based on the one I found here: Coconut Milk Custard.  While the recipe on this site looks delicious, and I plan to try it one day, exactly as written, of course I had to go to tweaking.  If you read my blog you’ll know I have the dickens of a time following … click here to continue reading Recipe: Coconut Milk Pumpkin Pie Custard

Recipe: Egg Salad with Avocado

Avocado Egg Salad - Simple Recipe for Intro Stage 3

I think I had mentioned here on my blog at some time that it seemed like I was having less of an issue with cooked egg white.

Growing up, just a piece of cooked egg white in my mouth would cause me to gag violently. I used to worry about going to sleepovers … click here to continue reading Recipe: Egg Salad with Avocado

Recipe: Mushroom Eggs

eggs-mushroom

Before GAPS I preferred to add some kind of carbohydrate to eggs, like brown rice or potatoes.

However, since GAPS I’m finding I love scrambled eggs mixed with vegetables.  Zucchini Eggs was one of my first favorites, and I love having leftover steamed veggies on hand because eggs mixed with veggies are a … click here to continue reading Recipe: Mushroom Eggs

Spinach and Avocado Omelet

I like omelets with a creamy filling, and since avocados have been on sale three for a dollar I thought I’d try using avocados.

I used four medium eggs for my husband’s omelet, three medium for ES’s omelet and 2 for mine.

I made each omelet separately, scrambling the eggs for each separately.

I sauteed … click here to continue reading Spinach and Avocado Omelet