I could eat the whole batch of broccoli right out of the oven- yum!
-A ton of broccoli cut into florets- as much as you want! I made 2 pans worth.
-Coconut oil, melted- to drizzle on top
-About 4-5 cloves of garlic, minced- optional (if you are in a hurry, you can easily get by with just the garlic powder)
-Garlic powder- to drizzle on top
-Salt and pepper, to taste.
Serve warm with some yummy protein and enjoy!!
I've made this before and always turns out great! Made it this weekend again- deserved another post for my new clients to see!
These turned out awesome! I am having a hard time not eating the whole batch in one sitting! :)
- Dry Ingredients:
- Wet Ingredients:
(horrible lighting- sorry!) I threw sweet potatoes in the food processor to shred them (after they are peeled). Then I grilled tilapia on my Griddle at 350 degrees. I used lemon pepper and chipotle seasonings. The fish will be done when it easily comes apart with a fork! I also ate it with avocado on the side. Simple and easy! Enjoy!!
This was something that I threw together and it came out YUMMY! Saves time in the morning and is super healthy! All you need to do is cut out a square and heat it up! Makes a great snack through out the day too.
Eggs, carton of egg whites, Italian sausage, bacon, sweet potatoes, and spinach. - But you choose the ingredients that you like! Any veggies and meat works!
To make clean up easy, I used an aluminum pan. I sprayed with Coconut Oil Spray (can buy at Trader Joes).
Preheat oven to 375. First I shredded the sweet potatoes in the food processor and put them along the bottom of the pan and baked for about 20 minutes.
Then I took out and threw in everything else. Sorry I didn't pay as close of attention as I should have on the amounts. There are about 18-20 eggs (beat in a bowl first), 12 ounces of egg whites (the whole large carton), chopped up 2 Italian sausage, cut up about 4-5 pieces of bacon, and about 1- 1 ½ cups of spinach. No need to pre cook the meat. Just mix it all up and then throw in the oven! I filled the pan about halfway. It does rise a tiny bit, so keep that in mind. I chose a deep pan because I knew I would put a ton in it.
The cooking time will vary depending on how much stuff you throw in there. Mine took about 75 minutes. I would start with 30 minutes and just keep an eye on it. You will know know when its done because when you move it, the eggs will no longer move around in the middle. Enjoy!
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