Green Fried Eggs

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Good morning readers! I want to share my new breakfast dish with you… Meet my green fried eggs. Easy to make and a brilliant way to add a bunch of green goodness to your first meal of the day.

Eggs are one of my favourite sources of protein and they make such a great breakfast. Satisfying, full of healthy fats (providing you get high quality eggs from pasture-raised chickens that actually eat greens and not just man-made grains) and high in B vitamins, selenium and iodine, eggs are a complete protein and easier on the digestive system than most other meats.

Additional to the protein, this plate of breakfast packs a ton of greens. The spinach and zucchini are both alkalising and cleansing vegetables and the spinach especially, is an amazing plant-source of many essential minerals including iron, magnesium & potassium.

DSC_3049I personally love a runny egg but you can cook your eggs to your own preference – making them as runny or firm as you like. I always enjoy a slice of my healthy nut & seed bread (as seen in the picture above) with this dish as this bread is just amazing with eggs. I tend to take a single piece out of my freezer and toast it lightly until completely thawed on the already hot pan. Takes a few minutes, at best, and the bread is so good when lightly toasted on a hot pan (for some reason an actual toaster doesn’t work too well).

Speaking of bread – stay tuned for a new healthy bread recipe which I’ll be posting soon!

Eggs 'n Greens
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Recipe type: Breakfast
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Serves: 1
  • 2 organic free-range eggs
  • ½ large zucchini, grated
  • large handful fresh spinach
  • 1-2 garlic cloves, freshly crushed
  • 1 tsp extra virgin coconut oil (cold pressed)
  • salt/pepper
  1. Saute grated zucchini and crushed garlic in coconut oil on a hot pan for approximately 3-4 minutes
  2. Add eggs and spinach and stir gently, without breaking the yolks.
  3. When the egg whites are cooked, and the yolk as runny (or hard) as you like, fold over the egg whites around the yolk and remove from hot pan.
  4. Sprinkle with black cracked pepper and serve with a slice of bread.


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2 Responses to Green Fried Eggs

  1. Pingback: Some delicious green breakfast recipes | Recipes Home

  2. Anonymous says:

    Looks amazing, i might have to try that for brunch tomorrow. thanks so much,x

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