Forever trying to get healthy. Sometimes it is hard, as it requires time and dedication. So this morning I decided to go for it. Being prepared is a good motto to have and it is especially important when you want to eat healthy.
So, this morning I got up and went to my garden and picked some herbs and leafy greens. I had some bacon and a leek and kale from the markets in the fridge. Chopped it all up and made a delicious frittata. I have just this minute finished chopping it and popping individual serves in the freezer. Brekky and/or lunch done for the week.
It’s also nice to have a treat. It keeps you going and offers you an alternative to the temptation of crappy, processed treats. I made some very tasty apple and carrot muffins, based on almond meal as opposed to flour, and no refund sugar, just some honey. The ingredients made 16 muffins. So delicious.
4 trimmed and chopped pieces of bacon
However many leafy greens you have chopped
Some herbs (I used mint, some fennel tops and curly parsley)
A couple of garlic cloves
12 free range eggs
1/3 a tin of coconut cream/milk
Fry up the bacon, and then add the herbs, garlic and veggies. Cook.
Cover the pan with some coconut oil and then place the cooked food evenly across the pan.
Crack the twelve eggs into a bowl along with the third of a tin of coconut cream. Whisk.
Pour over the bacon and veggies.
Cook in the oven on about 180 degrees Celsius until cooked. I had mine in for about 20 ish minutes.
A friend is starting a thing. Why not join in.
Until next time
Lots of it