This is an easy way to dress up an otherwise plain breakfast! We had a bunch of extra prosciutto after the holidays and have been trying all sorts of recipes. This one was a hit! It was just the two of us, so double for the full 12!
Enough prosciutto to line the muffin tin (we cut our to make it fit better)
Spinach to line the prosciutto cup
1/4 tsp turmeric
1/4 tsp cayenne
1/2 tsp pepper
1 lemon juiced
1/4 tsp salt
Take a muffin tin and line the cups with prosciutto. Add spinach on top to prevent the egg from seeping through.
Here you can make some choices. Either scramble the eggs and pour into the cups or add one egg per cup. We did both and they honestly turned out the same… Regardless-fill the cups with eggs.
Bake at 375 degrees on a middle rack for about 15 minutes.
While it is cooking, chop your slaw ingredients and mix them together. This gets better the longer it sits! Top Your finished eggs with the slaw and Voilà!
4 adobo peppers
1 medium onion
4 cloves garlic
1 chopped carrot
1 rib celery, chopped
1 can pinto beans
4 cups water-vary to desired thickness
Vegebase soup base (or other bouillon to taste)
1 zucchini, seeds removed, chopped in big pieces
Chicken-precooked and diced, approx 1 breast
1. Cut adobo pepper in half longwise. Remove stem, ribs and seeds.
2. Place in pan, skins down and cook until skin blackens. Let cool.
3. Heat oil in a pot. Add onions and cook until transparent.
4. Add garlic, carrots, celery, and bouillon. Coat for 30 seconds.
5. Add water and pinto beans and bring to a boil.
6. Cook until carrots are done. Add zucchini, chicken, and salt to taste. Cook until all parts are hot.
7. Top with cilantro.
1 cup frozen berries (sometimes I use mangoes if I have them…)
1 tbs hemp powder
1 tbs cacao powder
1/2 cup water (or non dairy milk of your choice)
1 cup raw spinach
1 banana mushed on top
Put all ingredients in your container and mix! I find layering the ingredients in the order above works best with my blender.
Speaking of…I LOVE my Tribest blender. Easy to use, long lasting, and powerful! It costs about $80 on Amazon and I highly suggest getting the mason jar (about $15) attachment. It comes with the cups shown above so you can blend directly in to the container (less mess). With the mason jar attachment you can blend it directly in to a mason jar.