Sunday, December 30, 2012

Giveaway Sneak Peak + Breakfast Recipes

I hope everyone had a great weekend!  I can't believe it will be 2013 in just a couple of days.  Don't forget about the December giveaway here that ends on December 31 at 11:59pm CST.  Also, make sure you scroll down to to the bottom of this post to see the beutiful Ann Taylor Bow Necklace that I'll be giving away this week. Stay tuned this week for details on how and when to enter.


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Lazy Man's Omelet
I woke up this morning with a bit of a cold, so I decided to be lazy when it came to cooking breakfast (plus I'm not much of a chef to begin with.)  I scrambled up two eggs with celery, bell peppers, cherry tomatoes and onions.  I basically just gathered all the spare vegetables we had around the house that I wanted to use up before they went bad.  Once scrambed, I topped with avocado and a little salt and pepper.  The best part was definitely the avocado.  It was really good and filling, and is definitely a lazy man's omelet in my opinion.  I've never been good at flipping an omelet in the skillet, and I always end up browning one side too much.  This was much, much easier.


 
 

Primal Scotch Eggs
This next recipe is one I've made quite a few times.  I got it off Mark's Daily Apple, and it is completely paleo.  It is pretty easy, and it only requires 2 ingredients.  Does it really get any better than that?!  I usually end up making them the night before because it's just more convenient for me.  Shane is really bad about getting up and going to work without eating breakfast, so this worked well for him to just throw in a tupperware bowl and heat up in the microwave the next morning.     



This last recipe is one that my mom has been making for as long as I can remember, but I revised it just a bit last year when I started eating paleo.  This recipe takes a bit of time dicing up vegetables and ham, but it's still pretty easy.  It's one of those really convenient meals you can heat up and eat the next day for breakfast or dinner.  Quiche is great anytime, and you won't even miss the crust...much.  = ) 
 
 
Crustless Quiche
6 eggs
1/2 pint heavy cream
1/2 onion diced up, 1 small bell pepper diced up
9 oz package of ham diced up
8 oz. sharp cheddar cheese shredded
Put a small sliver of butter on top of each muffin.
Oil muffin pan with olive oil.
Fill each muffin pan about 1/2-3/4 full with mixture.
Cook 20-25 minutes or until golden brown at 375 degrees.
 
 
 
Ann Taylor Silver Bow Necklace.  Giveaway to be announced this coming week!!

5 comments:

  1. My husband would love those Scotch Eggs. He has been working on header options for you. He should have those to you tonight. Then he will get you installed and ready to go tomorrow. :)

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    1. Ha, I wish! Still trying to figure out what the heck a blender and crockpot are for!

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