Hey Guys!

Yesterday I shared that I’ve started to meal plan for the week.  This has been working really well for me.  I don’t know about you but I hate having to come up with what to make for dinner.  I think about it randomly all day long.  When I should be doing other things I’m thinking about what I have in my fridge, in pantry and what I can come up with.  I’ve found that my mind doesn’t really wonder anymore because I’ve got it planned.  I’m also doing less mindless eating because I have snacks planned out as well.  So it’s working really well for me.

One of the foods that I keep on hand for breakfast is eggs.  I never liked eggs growing up.  I started eating them as an adult only because I was avoiding carbs in the morning and needed protein.  I still didn’t like them.  So I began to dress them up with salsa and cheese and I was able to eat them.  It wasn’t until one of my clients brought me in some fresh eggs that I actually started to like them.Now these eggs are incredible!  So much flavor and an almost creamy taste.  And so colorful!  The yolks are the most vibrant yellow.   But I still can’t eat the same thing over and over without getting tired of it.  So the other morning I was rushing to get ready for work and make breakfast and get to work on time.  I didn’t have much food in my fridge and in a split second I come up with pizza eggs.

They’re super simple to make and taste just like pizza.  And they’re quick!

Pizza Eggs

makes one serving

2 Farm fresh eggs

clarified butter

pizza sauce

fresh baby spinach

garlic powder

shredded mozzarella cheese

dried oregeno

salt and pepper

1. Heat a small skillet on medium heat and melt a Tablespoon of clarified butter in it.

2. Add your eggs to the skillet and season with salt and pepper.  Cook for 2 minutes.

3. Add spinach to the pan.  Spread pizza sauce over cooking eggs.  Sprinkle eggs and spinach with garlic powder and dried oregano.  Top with cheese and cook 1 more minute.

4.  Eat!

Pizza eggs cooking.

Feel free to add other toppings like fresh veggies.  (I would probably sauté them for a few minutes before cooking the eggs.)  This breakfast fits perfectly in the all 3 phases of the South Beach Diet and is carb free.  These eggs kept me full until lunchtime.  Which is huge because I usually need a small snack to keep my blood sugar even which helps me stay in a good mood.  Hungry Mandi= Mean Mindi

I hope you give this recipe a try and please let me know what you think!

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