or Spinach and Garlic Eggs
For me breakfast is essential. In fact, I might have two breakfasts!
This recipe for Green Eggs (or Spinach and Garlic Eggs) is one I put together to break up my usual – a fried egg with toast or a hard-boiled egg and toast.
This will fill you up without feeling too full and it’s full of all kinds of good stuff to get you through the day.
I love spinach and all of its benefits: it’s good for our bones (vitamin K and calcium); it also has nutrients that are good for our eyesight and boosts our immune system (a very good thing for us all!); plus it has vitamin A, which helps us fight infections and viruses (also a very good thing!); and more! It has magnesium, folate, potassium, vitamin C and fiber. I almost always add spinach to a green salad for all the above reasons.
Garlic also boosts your immunity, acts as a natural antibiotic and has vitamins B and C, manganese, selenium, iron, copper and potassium. All packed into that tiny package!
This could be the breakfast to get you off on the right foot for the day, but this would also make for a great – and quick – dinner.
Serve with some really good bread, toasted and a side of sliced summer tomatoes.
- I add a little water to eggs when I whisk them as it actually adds steam to the cooking process, making them lighter and fluffier. I also find it makes them less “eggy.”
- If you do not have a garlic press, chop peeled garlic clove as finely as you can with a chef’s knife.
- Large bowl (Deep enough to not slosh eggs while whisking)
- Whisk or fork
- Garlic press
- Chef’s knife
- Cutting board
- 12-14” Frying pan
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