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Egg and Avo Mash

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Okay, this may seem too easy to put on here but its one of my favorite breakfast’s when I don’t have a lot of time.

Ready…

  • 2 hard boiled eggs
  • 1/2 avocado

Mash them up together add salt and pepper and you have your protein and healthy fat to start your day! If you dont even have time to hard boil eggs, Costco has this great pack of 24 pre hard boiled (Cage Free) eggs you can get for like $5.00. What a deal. But this is by far my favorite pre- workout meal or post workout meal because its so easy and you get all the essentials in!

Oh, and can I add my favorite seasoning of all time is called “Slap ya Mama” cajun seasoning. This is the best for eggs or to spice up vegitables, especially when roasting brussel sprouts. www.slapyamama.com Has awesome hot sauces too.

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Posted by on December 4, 2012 in Breakfast, Sugar Detox approved!

 

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Breakfast time!

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This is the time of day I think I eat the ‘cleanest’. It’s usually right after my workout and I just try to stay clean and real. This is also the time of the day I usually get most of my fruit in, unless I get a sugar craving at night- can resist chocolate-and eat fruit instead!

So instead of recipes, here are just a few pictures of my breakfasts!

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Posted by on June 27, 2012 in Breakfast

 

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Paleo pancakes

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This is by far the easiest recipe I have come across that is really good, doesn’t stick to the pan, and fills you up quick! This is for one serving.

  • 2 tbls Cocout flour
  • Coconut oil
  • 2 eggs
  • Vanilla extract

Take the 2 eggs and beat them with the coconut flour until nice and creamy. In a pan heat about a tsp of coconut oil, enough to coat the pan. Drop the mixture into the pan anto you’ll see the sides start to turn a golden brown. Flip over for another minute and serve! I serve with some fresh fruit on top, either blueberries, raspberries, or banana slices. (You can also add a dash of cinnamon and a tablespoon or two of coconut milk if they are too thick)

For a real treat, blend some coconut milk (full coconut, not light) in a food processor with the berries until creamy. Pour over pancakes like a syrup. Delish!!!

Also to give you a few comparisons, these pancakes stats compared to regular pancakes (this is for one pancake)

Calories: Paleo- 120 Flour- 300
Carbs: Paleo- 16 Flour -72
Protein: Paleo- 8 Flour- 6
Fiber: Paleo- 10 Flour- 3

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Posted by on June 27, 2012 in Breakfast

 

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