Super easy, super simple breakfast for at home or potentially anywhere you can boil water. I absolutely love this idea given to me by a dear friend. This omelet idea is super verstaile and works very well when serving a large group.
Omelet Boil in a Bag in 6 easy steps:
Step 1: Boil water in pot. More bags= larger pot.
Step 2: Gather ingredients. I used cilantro, chopped peppers, diced tomatoes and mozzerella cheese.
Step 3: Place desired ingredients in ziploc bag and seal tight, removing all air.
Step 4: Squish ingredients together to blend
Step 5: Boil bag for approximately 12 minutes. More eggs and ingredients you use, the longer the boil time needs to be.
Step 6: Dig in and enjoy!!!!
The awesome part of this omelet experience is that is customizable. Invite some guests over, set out a variety of omelet goodie, boil some water and BAM!!!! instant breakfast meal!
Enjoy and don’t forget to share your omelet experience!!!
If I am in the kitchen baking, you know I must be pregnant and nesting. I LOVE to cook…the baker, I am not. HOWEVER, when I saw the recipe for these zucchini carrot bars, I had to try it. I am SO happy I did, and so is the bambino.
(click link above for recipe)
I used all organic products (where available) and for the frosting I used 4 drops of Young Living’s Lemon Oil for flavoring.
This pregnancy is so different from my others. In the beginning, I craved sweets, but recently…I can’t get enough of the healthy stuff! My body will appreciate that when it comes time to get rid of the baby weight.
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URGHHHHHHH. Ladies you can all feel my pain. It sucks being a woman during certain times.
The time is now! I eat good. I am active and once a month a new appendage is added to my body for about a week. I like to call it my bloatation device. This
disgusting certain swelling graces me with its presence at all the wrong times.
It’s chilly outside and I would love to wear this cute mohair sweater but NOPE currently it looks as if I am 4 months preggers.
This adorable wrap dress would be perfect in this weather but NOPE bloaty bloaterson here can’t do that either!
Just started my 24 Day Challenge and what a spokesperson I am this week. Disclaimer….despite my current body shape I really am losing lbs!!!!
Sorry just had to get that off my stomach…I mean chest! (damn, why can’t that swell instead monthly????)
I recently told you that my hubs and I were going to start juicing…veggies and fruits, that is. We have been doing it for almost two weeks and I have to say….I really LOVE it.
We decided….after watching a late night infomercial, to go with the Nutribullet. It is so incredibly easy and versatile. Clean up is a breeze and the choices are limitless.
I even have my kids drinking juices now.
I have had several requests for juice recipes and I will gladly share; however, I usually just make it up on the fly. I do have a couple of standbys so he you go….
Handful of kale
4 baby carrots
1 naval orange, peeled
1 tbsp of raw shelled hemp seeds
Water and ice
Frog juice (my kids’ fave):
Handful of spinach
Water and ice
The benefits from juicing are incredible.
-reverse aging process
-healthier hair and skin
-helps digestion process
-and much more
As I am starting my Advocare 24 Day Challenge, I find it very easy to stay full on healthy choices while juicing.
I would LOVE to hear your own favorite concoctions. Please comment and share!!!!
Those of you that follow my Tweets may have noticed my comments about a HBO documentary I am currently watching, The Weight of a Nation. I am in the first of 5 episodes and a fire has been lit. The statistics are atrocious and I want to do more to help this fast growing epidemic of obesity.
18% of children in the United States are overweight
68.8% of Americans are overweight or obese
Those of you who are not overweight, please don’t think that we are not in this problem together. Your health insurance premiums will increase and medical costs will skyrocket.
As a mom, I feel that I need to do my part in making sure my children do not become a statistic. I am chicken nugget and fish stick guilty. Knowing that fat is good for my kids’ brain development; however they will soon be moved to healthier options. The problem lies in what they are already accustom to. I know this process will be difficult at first, but I will need to persist and be patient….and creative.
As an Advocare distributor, my friends and family see that I care about my health and fitness. I share these products and the results.
One thing is for sure….my kids are active! We rarely just sit around and watch TV. There is lots of basketball, running, golf and swimming occurring in our household.
My dilemma lies outside my home. What can a normal girl do to reach more people and impact more lives? I try and set the best example for my students, only healthy snacks allowed in my classroom. Well, that is a start!
My heart longs for more! This is a topic I am praying about, meditating on, and will hopefully find my answer.
What do you do to make your mark on the health of our youth and the weight of our nation?
So I have heard about spaghetti squash but I had never actually seen it…until I went to HEB and saw a tasty sample kiosk featuring it. I thought what the heck…I’m always up for trying something different.
So tonight was the night to try it and it was REALLY good. I am blessed with a husband who will try anything I cook at least once…he ended up liking it! I promised I wouldn’t completely replace pasta but he was pleased with the outcome.
I was really pleased with how easy it was!
Step one: slice the squash length wise and scope out the seeds and stringy mess in the middle (like a pumpkin)
Step two: brush with olive oil and bake at 350 for 40 mins.
Step three: carefully (it’s hot) use a fork to scrape the meat from the shell…creating the noodle like contents
Step four: add contents to complete meal…tonight we had marinara with black olive and artichoke hearts topped with baked salmon = amazing!!!
A typical serving of whole wheat pasta is about 210 calories…a serving of spaghetti squash is 45 calories!
What is your favorite meal that is low cal?