fullsizerender-3We eat a lot of eggs in this household. But I have to say, although I know how amazingly nutritious they are, I don’t LOVE to eat eggs. But I do love the nutrient impact they punch. They are simple, quick ways to get protein and lots of nutritents.  Still on the fence about eating the whole egg? Check out the book Eat The Yolks by Liz Wolfe. Not only is it a digestable read, but her writing style is comical and enjoyable!

I do meal prep a couple days a week. I prep breakfast for myself and my husband so that I don’t have to spend the time each morning, because lets face it, it is so EASY to skip breakfast. I just want to hit the gym and get my day going. Having food readily available, and properly balanced allows me to do just that. I am definitely a creature of habit, so I have my go-to recipes. But every once in a while, I definitely need a change.

Whatever I come up with, I like to balance my Macros (Protein, Fat and Carbohydrates) according to my current goals. You need all three for a complete meal! This is what I came up with this week.

Ingredients

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3 Eggs (Protein)
1/3 Cup Chopped Tomatoes (Carbs)
1/4 Chopped Leeks (Carbs)
3 Tbs Avocado

Directions

Heat your skillet over medium heat and add a small amount of butter or coconut oil to prevent sticking.

Simply add all of your ingredients (minus the Avocado) to a bowl and mix up as if you were making scrambled eggs.
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Pour into heated pan and allow eggs to cook most of the way through. Once you’re able, fold over, go right on ahead and give it another minute or so to cook.

Eat along with your avocado, feel satiated and enjoy your morning!

-Oat

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