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#Resolution 2: Eat a protein-rich breakfast! #eggs #health #recipes #nutrition

Posted Jan 25 2013 11:00am

Did you know skipping breakfast could lead to not so great nutrition selections all day long ? I’m a big fan of eggs (see egg tribute :-) ). As a matter of fact, I eat them with my breakfast daily. As your mind goes to that thing you heard about eggs being bad for you… STOP IT right there… They’re not .

Eating a protein-rich breakfast is a realistic and tasty resolution that will leave you satisfied and ready for a busy day. Try this cook ahead recipe. I’ll call them…

Brian’s Ome-Loafs (omelet goodness in a muffin tin). Yield is one dozen. Serving: 2 Ome-Loafs. Recipe makes 6 servings.


8 oz breakfast meat (ham cubed, bacon, sausage), cooked

1 cup spinach, or cooked veggie of choice (you can even use leftover veggies)

8 large eggs

1/4 c whole milk

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

salt & pepper to taste

1 c shredded cheese of choice (I like cheddar or mozzarella)


Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Generously spray 12-slot muffin pan with non-stick spray or coat with butter (they will stick if you don’t).

Divide meat and veggies among the muffin slots. Mix together eggs, milk, baking powder, salt and pepper. Pour evenly over meat and veggies in filling all the muffin slots. Top with cheese. Bake 18-20 minutes. Cool for about 1 minutes and remove from pan. Store covered in refrigerator for up to 3 days.


Simply reheat for 20-45 seconds in the microwave. I cover with a damp paper towel to keep them moist.

We made these with bacon, onions and cheddar. I’d love to hear the delicious combinations that you try! Now go make breakfast! They’re also great for a quick dinner with a side salad.

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