Making good, healthy decisions when eating is hard. Way harder than exercising. It requires more planning and preparation and is influenced by time, stress, emotions, socio-economic status, and heritage.
Getting adequate protein is key but this is usually the hardest macronutrient to get. It requires the most time to prepare.
Carbs are easy. Just open and enjoy.
Here is a really easy recipe that sets you up for success in the morning. These are mini egg omelets. You can also call them egg muffins but I wouldn't trust a person that said that.
Once these are made, stick them in the fridge and wait.
In the morning, put one, two or three in the toaster oven (or microwave, if that's your thing) to heat up. They take as long to heat up as a piece of toast.
Let's get started gathering what we need.
You are going to want to spray something in the muffin pan to actually be able to get these things out when they are done.
I tried butter. Epic fail. Left most of the omelet stuck inside the pan.
Next, choose your ingredients.
Make sure you chop up your ingredients pretty small.
And when adding the ingredients, remember the story, The Crow and the Pitcher. Haven't read that one?
A crow was looking for some water and found a pitcher with a little bit of water in it. He dropped a bunch of pebbles in the water, causing it to rise, so he could drink it.
So, if you put too many ingredients in, you will make a big mess.
You may have noticed that I had my eggs in a glass measuring cup. This makes life more enjoyable when dumping the eggs into the pan. And it is way easier too.
Bake these at 350 degrees for 20-25 mins.
Prep time is minimal, no more than about 15 minutes. I was able to do this while the kids were taking a break from being savages to have a snack.
And now you have a quick and dirty breakfast option.
Until next time,
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