from your pantry:
Bowls for mixing
Disposable Cupcake holders (so that the egg doesn't stick to the pan)
3/4 cup cooked sugar free & pastured turkey, beef, or pork bacon
2 small handfuls fresh spinach, chopped
6 large eggs (I use Pete and Gerry Eggs - pastured and happy)
1/4-1/2 cup coconut milk
1/3 cup sautéed peppers
1/3 cup shredded raw cheese (if you tolerate dairy, I'm off it and yet the man likes it)
Unrefined sea salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
1/4 cup ghee (clarified butter) I drop a little at the bottom of each egg muffin (on top of the cupcake holders :)
Yileds 12 egg muffins. About 20 mins prep time and 10 mins cook time. Selkskin30minsorless. I am always looking for ways to balance my passions/creativity, part-time and full-time jobs, relationships, house hold, and self care. This modern life, eh?
Saute the bacon first. Add the chopped veggies and meat to the beaten eggs. You can easily make this vegetarian - leave out the meat :) Line the cupcake pan with disposable holders. Bake on 350 for 10 minutes using the cupcake holders so it doesn't stick. Put them in the fridge, pop 'em in the toster the next day for breakfast and you are good to go. And you ate a homemade breakfast today, hooray! :)
Eating cleanly has been both liberating and yet healing can definitely be emotional. You are not alone. Practicing eating well is good direction regardless because it shows we care about ourselves!
I recommend getting local, organic produce whenever possible. It's worth it, who needs the added stress of more toxic stuff to process? I get a veg delivery each week from Boston Organics and they add on my eggs too. I also get my sugar free bacon from a Boston area delivery service that supports local farmers and animals that are pastured and treated well :) Do you eat meat? Where do you get yours from? Tell me what you think and if these worked for you on the go!