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Eggs!

lemmonie21lemmonie21 Posts: 11Member Member Posts: 11Member Member
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Please hit me with your favourite low calorie egg based meals x
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  • Panini911Panini911 Posts: 2,325Member Member Posts: 2,325Member Member
    i'm pretty boring. my lunch is two boiled eggs with fancy spices for taste (and ta the moment siracha), veggies, two laughing cow wedges and a home made protein bar :)
  • missysippy930missysippy930 Posts: 1,423Member Member Posts: 1,423Member Member
    I like them really simple, in this order:
    Hard boiled
    Poached on light English muffin
    Scrambled
  • anonuser369anonuser369 Posts: 74Member Member Posts: 74Member Member
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    Shakshuka.
    9z0smybg4djj.jpg

    Recipe please. Is that PB on the bread?
  • apullumapullum Posts: 4,174Member Member Posts: 4,174Member Member
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    Shakshuka.
    9z0smybg4djj.jpg

    Recipe please. Is that PB on the bread?

    If you're near a Trader Joe's, their frozen shakshuka starter is good, quick, and low calorie.

    In my opinion, peanut butter would be a weird thing to have with what is essentially tomato and egg stew. My guess is it's hummus in the picture.
    edited June 11
  • nae5001nae5001 Posts: 3Member Member Posts: 3Member Member
    1 cup of ratatouille over a scrambled egg, sprinkled with parmesan cheese. ~200 calories and very filling.
    I make a huge batch and freeze in individual portions (FoodSaver).
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 6,997Member Member Posts: 6,997Member Member
    apullum wrote: »
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    Shakshuka.
    9z0smybg4djj.jpg

    Recipe please. Is that PB on the bread?

    If you're near a Trader Joe's, their frozen shakshuka starter is good, quick, and low calorie.

    In my opinion, peanut butter would be a weird thing to have with what is essentially tomato and egg stew. My guess is it's hummus in the picture.

    Peanut butter would be a horrible thing to eat with shakshuka lol.

  • lynn_glenmontlynn_glenmont Posts: 7,003Member Member Posts: 7,003Member Member
    apullum wrote: »
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    Shakshuka.
    9z0smybg4djj.jpg

    Recipe please. Is that PB on the bread?

    If you're near a Trader Joe's, their frozen shakshuka starter is good, quick, and low calorie.

    In my opinion, peanut butter would be a weird thing to have with what is essentially tomato and egg stew. My guess is it's hummus in the picture.

    Lots of good recipes for chicken & groundout (peanut) stew out there, so I don't see it as especially weird from a flavor context (assuming it's not one of those sickly sweet peanut butters aimed at kids). But I would guess that's tahini (which makes a good sandwich with banana).
  • anonuser369anonuser369 Posts: 74Member Member Posts: 74Member Member
    apullum wrote: »
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    Shakshuka.
    9z0smybg4djj.jpg

    Recipe please. Is that PB on the bread?

    If you're near a Trader Joe's, their frozen shakshuka starter is good, quick, and low calorie.

    In my opinion, peanut butter would be a weird thing to have with what is essentially tomato and egg stew. My guess is it's hummus in the picture.

    Thanks!

    And of course it would be hummus - wonder why my mind jumped to peanut butter? :D
  • anonuser369anonuser369 Posts: 74Member Member Posts: 74Member Member
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    apullum wrote: »
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    Shakshuka.
    9z0smybg4djj.jpg

    Recipe please. Is that PB on the bread?

    If you're near a Trader Joe's, their frozen shakshuka starter is good, quick, and low calorie.

    In my opinion, peanut butter would be a weird thing to have with what is essentially tomato and egg stew. My guess is it's hummus in the picture.

    Peanut butter would be a horrible thing to eat with shakshuka lol.

    That's why I asked :D
  • Joanna2012BJoanna2012B Posts: 1,373Member Member Posts: 1,373Member Member
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    Shakshuka.
    9z0smybg4djj.jpg

    Will you just come and make that for me :D
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 6,997Member Member Posts: 6,997Member Member
    just_Tomek wrote: »
    Shakshuka.
    9z0smybg4djj.jpg

    Will you just come and make that for me :D

    You fly me to wherever and provide room, I will even buy all the ingredients and cook this for a week lol :)
  • alcu5885alcu5885 Posts: 2Member, Premium Member Posts: 2Member, Premium Member
    Scrambled eggs with onion, bell pepper, jalopenos, tomatoes/ salsa, and a little cheese.
  • ZhatanZhatan Posts: 44Member Member Posts: 44Member Member
    Nothing fancy. I just do scrambled eggs with onions, tomatoes + salt & pepper and then some vegetables on the side.
  • trich97trich97 Posts: 7Member Member Posts: 7Member Member
    I make an omelet with eggs and cauliflower or green beans. Sprinkle on a little garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper, and grated Parmesan cheese. Eat with a little crushed tomatoes on the side.
  • MADgical72MADgical72 Posts: 77Member Member Posts: 77Member Member
    Crustless spinach quiche

    I sometimes steam spinach in microwave and also cook onion & garlic in microwave, eliminating the need for the oil.

    Ingredients

    A little oil to sautéed the veggies

    Pam
    2 cloves garlic minced
    1 onion chopped
    10 ounces spinach fresh (washed) or frozen (thawed and drained)
    5 eggs (OR 2 eggs beaten & 3/4 cup eggbeaters)
    2 cups shredded cheese
    2 tbsp grated Parmesan
    1 tablespoon dried parsley
    pinch nutmeg optional
    1/8 teaspoon salt
    pinch pepper

    Instructions
    1. Spray a 10 inch pie plate with Pam. Set aside.
    2. Preheat oven to 350℉.
    3. Over medium-high heat, heat olive oil in a large skillet.
    4. Add garlic, stir-fry for 1 minute.
    5. Add onions and cook for about 5 minutes or until softened.
    6. Add spinach and cook, stirring occasionally until mixture has lost its' moisture.
    7. Meanwhile, combine eggs, cheese, herbs and spices.
    8. Remove spinach mixture from heat and set aside to cool slightly for a few minutes.
    9. Combine cheese and spinach mixture.
    10. Pour mixture in prepared pie plate.
    11. Bake in oven for approximately 30-40 minutes or until mixture has set.
  • Moxie42Moxie42 Posts: 1,426Member Member Posts: 1,426Member Member
    I make crustless quiche a lot. The base I do is 5 eggs, 1 cup of whole milk (or 1/2 cup any milk + 1/2 cup half and half), whisked together with salt and pepper. I put that in a glass pie plate greased with Pam spray. Then I add whatever toppings I feel like that day. My favorites are: Bacon & swiss, and Ham & swiss & broccoli. Sometimes I make a tuna version- for that one I use 4 eggs, the same amount of milk/cream and cheese, and add 1/4 cup of mayo for the base. Then I add one can of drained tuna, a sprinkle of dill, and then I put thin rounds of lemon slices on top. Bake at 350 for about 40 minutes.
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