Potato Egg Cups are eating delight for the entire family. Easy to make, egg bake recipes breakfast will revitalize the taste buds!
Prep Time: 15 mins
Cook Time: 45 mins
- 4 cups frozen shredded potato thawed and excess liquid squeezed out
- 2 tablespoons grapeseed oil
- 1 teaspoon SPG Seasoning
- 6 large eggs
- 2 large egg whites
- 2 tablespoons Kids Cheez Blend
- 1/2 red bell pepper diced
- 1 cup frozen chopped broccoli
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees F and grease a 12 cup muffin tin.
- Toss shredded potato, Hickory Smoked Grapeseed Oil, and SPG together and divide between the 12 cups; press to cover the bottom and sides of each cup.
- Bake for 25 minutes or until the potatoes are brown and crispy. Whisk remaining ingredients together until combined.
- Add 1/4 cup of the egg filling to each of the potato cups and bake for an additional 15-20 minutes.
- Run a small knife along the sides of the cups and gently pull the sides in to loosen the bottom of the egg cups.
- 180 Calories (kcal)
- 11 Fat (g)
- 2.5 Saturated Fat (g)
- 11 Carbohydrates (g)
- 1 Fiber (g)
- 2 Sugar (g)
- 10 Protein (g)
- 190 Cholesterol (mg)
- 180 Sodium (mg)
What better way to introduce or excite people (especially kids) to eating veggies, then adding them to an already healthy delicious potato? Research, has shown that they do not displace other vegetables on the plate but that they actually have been proven to increase servings of veggies at mealtime.
This meal has at least 10% of the recommended daily value of Vitamin B6. This vitamin is crucial for cellular renewal, a healthy nervous system and a balanced mood. The addition of this vitamin along with the other health benefits of potatoes will help with everyday stress and also lower cholesterol and help prevent heart disease. In order to get the maximum about of B6 out of this meal, is roast or bake it.
Baked, mashed, or boiled, potatoes actually provide more energy-delivering complex carbohydrates than a cup of pasta. Rich in complex carbohydrates and other vitamins, they are a fantastic fuel for our bodies. Unadulterated and unprocessed, they are probably the best and most delicious source of starchy energy possible in our diets. In a world where many carbohydrates are so processed that they are devoid of essential nutrients, the red potato stands head and shoulders above the rest, naturally.
The bad fat stuff associated with potatoes comes from the different ways of preparing or topping regular sweet potatoes. With this meal, there’s a naturally buttery flavor and moist texture. Boil, roast or bake sweet potato, include some fresh herbs and seasonings, add fresh veggies, and it’s still delicious and fat free.
Naturally sodium free and high in potassium, in this meal are a major contributor of maintaining a healthy blood pressure. In order to keep cells, nerves and body fluids in your body healthy, potassium is essential, and sodium is dangerous. It has more potassium per serving that ANY OTHER fruit of vegetable.
Wether you have gluten intolerance, or are on a gluten free diet, this meal should still be an essential part of your daily diet. A common misconception is that gluten and carbohydrates are basically the same thing. They are not. White vegetables are not the same as white flour. Carbohydrates consist of sugar, while gluten is a group of proteins.
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