Make enough to last the entire week and heat up each morning for breakfast!
Oh breakfast… you are our favourite meal of the day! There are so many delicious options to choose from! We love chia puddings, paleo pancakes, sweet potato fritters, paleo smoothies, smoothie bowls …. and our ultimate fave poached eggs with bacon and avocado (Omg yum!). This list sounds amazing, however we like to save these delectable, fancier brekky’s for the weekends! During the week, we try to make our mornings as easy as possible!
We cook it up on a Sunday and cut a bit up each day during the week to eat – it’s the ultimate breakfast on the go! Plus it’s so yummy and filling!
What you need
- 18 x eggs (preferably free range or pasture raised)
- 1 x cup of coconut milk (we use Pure Harvest which you can purchase from Woolworths)
- 1 x medium sweet potato – sliced thinly
- 2 x zucchini – sliced thinly
- 1 x Shallot (scallion – sliced)
- 1 x cup of greens (spinach, kale, rocket etc.)
- 8 x Bacon rashers (preferably nitrate free)
Step by step method
1.Preheat oven to 180 degrees and line dish with baking paper (we have a deep rectangular dish)
2. Layer the sliced sweet potato and then zucchini across the bottom of the baking dish to form the frittata base
3.Sprinkle the scallions and greens over the zucchini and sweet potato
4.In a separate bowl, whisk the eggs and the coconut milk together. Add any herbs, salt and pepper to the eggs mix
5. Pour entire egg mixture over the vegetables
6. Place the bacon slices over the top of the egg mixture in a single layer
7. Bake in the oven for 45 minutes, until egg mixture is cooked and the bacon is nice and crispy on top
8.Take out of oven and allow to cool
9. Cut into squares, wrap in cling wrap or put in containers. Reheat in the microwave every morning for 45secs depending on microwave strength (ours is 1000 watts)
OUR HOT TIPS
- You can add any veggies you like to this one! We have added mushrooms, shredded carrot and capsicum as well. Basically, whatever is in the fridge! Better to use your leftovers than running to the shops!
- Go herb crazy! Add whichever herbs you have on hand. We love thyme, rosemary or dill.
- Bacon isn’t absolutely necessary but it sure is delicious!
- We find this to be quite filling on its own, but for those days where you need that little bit more you can serve with avocado or fermented vegetables.
What’s your favourite breakfast?
What do you like to eat for brekky? Tell us your faves!
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Yours in health,
Matt and Nat