Breakfast Bowls

Good morning all!

This is your favourite pharmacist foodie, coming to you from back home in NL, after a heck of a year away in NB pursuing my love of hospital pharmacy in a residency 🙂

Consider this a warm-up post for the goodness to come!

On that note- breakfast bowls! These were originally inspired by those unhealthy bowls of deliciousness you get at Smitty’s with all the breakfast meats in them, and the shredded potato weirdness version at Cora’s with too much broccoli. This is a clean eating edition featuring things I like, and I hope you will enjoy too! It’s a great way to use up leftover baked potatoes, and can easily be adapted for meal prep. As always, feel free to play around and make it your own, I’m just here as a guide.

Start with a leftover or pre-baked baked potato. Dice it into bite-sized pieces. Place in an oven-safe casserole dish. Add in a desired amount of chopped onion. Toss with about a tsp of olive oil and place in the oven on 375.

While that is baking chop up 1/4 to 1/2 of an orange pepper. When done chopping, add to casserole dish and continue baking.

While your potatoes are getting a little crispy, crack two eggs into a bowl, and whisk in about 1-2 tbsp water using a fork. This will create fluffy scrambled eggs without the extra dairy. 

Proceed to scramble these eggs in a pan on the stove. (Pro tip: I used a tsp of dill infused olive oil, and it gave the eggs a lovely taste!). 

Once scrambled, add in half a diced tomato, and a large handful of spinach. Keep on heat just until spinach starts to wilt.

Once spinach is starting to wilt, remove from heat, and transfer egg mixture to casserole dish containing potato mixture. 

Top with about a tbsp of shredded cheese.

Place back in oven for 3-5 mins until cheese is melted.

This will serve one if you’re really hungry (ie me after the workout I just finished), or two if you plan to make serve some other things on the side!

I think it’s a great way to get some veggies in in the morning. What are your thoughts?


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