Excellent choice for breakfast or brunch. It fills you up nicely and tastes super scrumptious, way less tangier than the classic Shakshuka.
Onion, tomatoes and a handful of spices make for a delicious scrambled style eggs. I gave my own twist here by adding some paneer (Indian cottage cheese) which is optional.
This shakshuka is a bomb containing plenty of nutrients, minerals and antioxidants from kale, purple cabbage and kidney beans. The gooey yolk explosions (like my kids call it), keep the excitement high. Serve it on it’s own or with a side of bread.
Got small bowls of various leftovers lying in the fridge, that no one wants to eat? Why not turn them into a warm, beautiful and delicious frittata that anybody would love to have. You only need some eggs, an ovenproof skillet and 20 minutes to get the job done. Presented here is a Whole30 and keto-friendly version.
Ever craved for a pizza for breakfast but also don’t want to miss out on your daily dose of eggs? These egg pizza muffins are just the right thing for those mornings. Satisfying all those pizza cravings (in a much healthier way), they are a hit with the kids too.
These rolls could me made in several variations. Add a sausage in between, or shredded chicken. Or make them sweet by adding sugar, Nutella or marmalade. Whatever your kid might like. It is much more fun than a regular french toast.
My family love these pancakes and prefer them over the regular (with flour and sugar) ones. I promise if you tried them once, you might never go back.