Healthy Breakfast Egg Cups


Wouldn’t it be nice to wake up each morning during the work week and not have to deal with making breakfast? This weeks recipe is just that! A quick to make, ahead of time, breakfast that will keep you filled up until lunchtime. And to add to this, its also very healthy. It only takes about 30 minutes to make and then you put them in a Tupperware container and they are ready to be consumed throughout your busy work week! By the way, I first discovered this recipe from the South Beach diet. I modified it to my liking. Feel free to add any other vegetables that you like; mushrooms or spinach come to mind.

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  3. I hate eggbeaters. I used to make this, from the original recipe: little quiches. I’d rather eat real food: real eggs & real whole milk. I lost weight quickly on the “S. Beach Diet.” As Michael Pollan says: “Eat Food. Not too much. Mostly plants.” Most leafy greens have protein as well as vitamins & minerals.

  4. @Linda7647 florets are the group of brocolli not just a tree stem or the little peices ( i think) but your probably right wait no i might be right because there was 3 big florets of brocolli in the beginning but you stilol might be right , I’m not sure but cudos to you for noticing that.

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