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4x eggs for breakfast

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, right?! Well, I truly hope so because breakfast is my favorite meal of the day. Hot or cold, extensive or minimal, sweet or savory? How your breakfast looks is completely up to you! There are so many variant foods that are appropriate to eat in the morning that you can change it up every day. What I love to eat on a sweet saturday morning: EGGS. Whether I’m hungover (lol) or not, eggs just seem to always be lying around, ready to make my day a little brighter. Here are 4 different ways to make eggs for breakfast:

1. Spinach omelet with salmon and cottage cheese


Source: Cotton and Cream

One way to boost your breakfast is with an omelet. This crêpe looking omelet is the perfect healthy breakfast for a Fit Girl. Eggs, salmon, cottage cheese, spinach, pine nuts… An omelet is just what you need if you’re feeling hungry yet you don’t want to lose track of your healthy eating habits. A slice of brown bread is never wrong to add to this recipe!

2. Scrambled eggs in avocado


Source: Eating Cheating

Yum, yum, yum! That’s all I’m thinking right now. A simple and quick cook up of scrambled eggs mixed with some avocado, olives and spinach is a perfect and balanced way to boost your energy in the morning. Are you also an avocado-passionate Fit Girl?! 😉

3. Savory vegetable pancakes with poached eggs


Source: Edible San Francisco

Well, doesn’t this just look delicious? These pancakes made from cauliflower, spring onion, broccoli, parsley, egg and milk is a beautiful alternative for the classic “pancakes for breakfast” recipe. With just a poached egg on top to top it off (and some cheese of course because… Cheese!). A saturday morning that is simple yet complex, a Fit Girl food-challenge that you can enjoy and that will be rewarding in taste and nutrition.

4. Ultimate BLT with a sunny side up egg


Source: A Beautiful Plate

Your BLT just got a major upgrade!!! This BLT is made more Fit Girl proof by having a larger variety of nutritions that can be found in the added egg and avocado. An easy-to-make, healthy sandwich with a runny yolk to top everything off is precisely what my saturday morning craves.

Are you also someone who liked to enjoy a nice egg breakfast on a saturday morning? Or do you prefer something else, tell me in the comments! I could write about it in my next article. 😉

Photo credits (Header): Rachel Park, via Unsplash

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  1. Antonia

    Very nice and good recipes. Thankyou so much

    • Sophie Sasse

      Glad to hear that you like them. xx