Easy Breakfast Bowl
I cannot stress enough how easy it is to throw a breakfast bowl together. Once you start getting into the habit of making these regularly you won’t stop because they’re so easy and they always hit the spot.
Today I had to run my daughter to an ortho appointment and was pretty limited on time so my ever trusty bowl was in order. Now when I say I was limited on time, I mean I had 20 minutes to spare to cook something nourishing and delicious. If I had 5 minutes, I would’ve thrown some chocolate protein into a shaker, but I really do prefer to eat my meals as opposed to drinking them when I can.
You can watch how I made this bowl step-by-step on Instagram on the Highlight called “Breakfast Bowl” (I’m so creative). 😉
Recipe by: Alison Howard
Yield: 1 serving
2 slices (sugar-free) bacon, chopped
2 stalks broccolini
1 tsp ghee
1 medium mushroom, sliced
2 Tbsp onion, chopped
1/4 cup zucchini, cut into half moons
1 cup spinach
2-3 eggs (depending on how big they are), beaten
Fresh avocado and tomato (however much you like)
Salt & pepper, to taste
- In a skillet, add bacon pieces and let fat render and bacon get crispy over medium-high heat. Once done, remove bacon to drain on paper towels and pour out some of the fat.
- In a separate skillet, add the ghee and allow it to melt over medium heat. Add the broccolini and season with a little salt and pepper. Let that cook for about 5 minutes each side or until the buds are crispy. Once done, turn off skillet and let them hang out there until you’re ready to plate.
- Over medium heat add mushrooms to your pan with the bacon drippings. Once they start to turn color add the zucchini and onions. Season with a little salt and pepper. Let them cook until they start to turn golden brown. Turn heat to low. Add spinach and once it begin to wilt add the beaten eggs.
- Move the eggs around the veggies and allow to cook for a few minutes until they reach the consistency you prefer. Adjust seasonings accordingly.
- Plate with the broccoli. Add the fresh avocado and tomatoes.