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All over the country, school is starting. That’s a lot of nervous nellies getting up in the morning. Kids and parents too.
What could be a more positive way to send everyone out the door than with a hot breakfast…one that you know is packed with protein and veggies…made into an easy-to- eat muffin?
It takes only a few minutes to make in advance. Using a standard muffin pan….you’ll end up with 12 muffins. They freeze beautifully too. So, when you’re ready, they are too after about 1.5 minutes in the microwave.
Turn a healthy/delicious “Yum in the Tum” into another YAY DAY ahead.
Muffin Tin Pan (I use the 12 cup)
Eggs (pasture-raised) Whisk or fork
Pyrex measuring cup or large glass bowl – to whisk eggs in
Pork or beef breakfast sausage
Salt and pepper
Start by preparing your ingredients. Cube the sweet potatoes, dice the onion, and chop the bell pepper.
Whisk the eggs, salt, and pepper together. Set aside.
Saute the sweet potatoes for 2-3 minutes, until they are slightly golden brown. Next, add the onion and bell pepper. Transfer to a plate.
Cook breakfast sausage in the same skillet. Add the sweet potato, onion, and bell pepper mixture back to the skillet and stir.
Spoon the skillet mixture into each muffin tin cup until they are two-thirds of the way full. Then, pour the whisked egg over into each muffin cup until they are three-quarters of the way filled.
Bake in the oven for 25-30 minutes, or until the eggs no longer jiggle, and come out clean when a toothpick is inserted. Serve warm and garnish with green onions. Enjoy! (If muffins aren’t coming out, take a knife around the inside of the muffin cups to loosen the egg muffins.)
I’ve become such a fan of the Whole30 program/way of life which is about discovering what foods will make your body sing. It is about body intelligence rather than a diet. What foods does your body need to feel the love, to sleep better, to digest everything better, to see your mood swings stop, to say goodbye yo those aching joints. It starts with food and ends with forever knowing what you were meant to do to feel and look your best. I’m such a believer that I recently went through
the certification process to become a coach.
In the mean time, for more on the Whole30 program, click here.
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