Updated: Sep 16
I absolutely love my 1Eatz egg kits. They make my life so much easier and helps me cut down on produce waste.
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I am the type to often skip breakfast because I'm not much of a morning person, I don't want to waste my time making breakfast for just me and my husband and grabbing a quick easy donut everyday isn't really the best laid out plan.
After discovering 1Eatz egg kits a year ago, our breakfast lives have changed. Because there's only two of us in our household, making a veggie scramble or omelet just was wasteful and time consuming. So I skipped breakfast and my husband ate plain ole eggs daily. Now that I'm pregnant, skipping breakfast isn't an option for me but I'm still not a morning person. I started making these kits for my husband in the mornings but now I'm adding myself to the mix and I'm so glad to know that not only am I eating a healthy breakfast but the growing being in my belly is too.
These kits are so easy you just add 2 tbsp of water and 1-2 eggs and cook it the way you like it!
Some days when I feel a little more creative for breakfast, these egg kits still help me cut down some of that prep in the kitchen. Check out my stuffed pepper ring recipe.
2-3 Servings, Approx. 15 Mins
What You'll Need
4 oz. Ground Meat (I like chicken, it's more lean for a healthier meal)
1 Packet of 1Eatz (any flavor)
1 Bell Pepper, sliced into ½-1inch rings (depending on how big your pepper is about 3-4 rings)
3-4 eggs (depending on how many rings you cut
2-3 Tbsp Olive Oil, divided
1 Tbsp Salsa
1 Cup Shredded Cheddar Cheese
Salt and Pepper, to season
All You Need To Do
Prep your egg kit by adding 2 Tbsp of water, mix and set aside.
Add 1 Tbsp of oil to a pan and brown your ground meat.
Add salt and Pepper to season.
Add salsa and combine.
Add egg kit mixture and mix until full combined.
Remove meat mixture from pan and set aside.
Give the pan a quick wipe down and add remaining olive oil and place rings into the pan.
Add cheese inside each ring, enough to cover the bottom.
Let the cheese cook until it bubbles and crisps. This will take a few minutes.
Add your ground meat mixture evenly to each ring.
Carefully crack an egg onto each ring.
Add 2 Tbsp of water to the pan, turn the heat down to low and cover for 2-3 minutes (longer if you want less of a runny yolk).
Serve immediately. Optional: Sprinkle on some cilantro. Serve with side of guacamole and pico de gallo.
Did you make this recipe?
Let me know what you think!