Scrambled Eggs on Wholegrain Toast2016-01-03
- Course: Breakfast
- Servings : 1
- Prep Time : 5m
- Cook Time : 5m
- Ready In : 10m
A New Year usually brings New Year’s Resolutions, and if any of yours are to do with health or weight then ‘having breakfast daily’ (if you don’t already) should be your mission!
Breakfast is incredibly important as part of a healthy balanced diet – think of it as fuel for the body and the brain. Studies have shown that eating breakfast can improve memory and concentration levels, and it can also improve our mood and lower stress levels – making us happier! Self-reported research also shows that the majority of successful long-term slimmers eat breakfast and breakfast eaters tend to be slimmer than breakfast skippers… is that enough reason for you to give breakfast a go?!
When you eat breakfast, you are literally breaking your overnight fast so without the first meal of the day, you’re running on empty, and that’s why you may reach for a biscuit or crisps come 11am.
This is one of my ‘getting back into shape’ breakfast recipes for the Shake Up Your Wake Up breakfast campaign which you can read more about in my Baked Berry & Banana Oats Recipe Post. I’ve combined eggs (protein) with wholegrain toast (low GI carbs) and spinach (superfood!) to give you a low calorie, high protein and nutrient packed breakfast to fuel your morning.
I really hope you enjoy it and do let me know if you give it a go too!
- 2 eggs
- dash of milk & pepper
- a handful of spinach & dash of water
- 2 slices of wholegrain toast
- optional: Butter or olive oil based spread
Crack your eggs into a bowl, add salt and pepper (optional) and a dash of milk. Whisk using a fork.
Put a small saucepan on over a low heat, add a little spray oil and let it melt. Pour the eggs into the pan and stir slowly using a wooden spoon.
Remove from the heat when the eggs are firm, remember they will continue to cook slightly even after being removed from the heat.
Serve on toasted wholegrain bread (buttering is optional!) with a bed of wilted spinach (simply pop in the microwave for 30 seconds with a drop of water). And enjoy!
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