Mexican Omelet

Move over IHOP, this homemade Mexican omelet is da BOMB! I used some extra stuffed pepper meat to fill this three egg omelet and added cheddar cheese to make this a breakfast to make anyone smile!

Buffalo Chicken Breakfast Casserole

Last weekend, I made ‘Buffalo Chicken Breakfast Casserole’ from Living Loving Paleo. It was such a BIG hit with my household, I made it again! YUM!_

Keto: Sunday Quiche with Cheese Bread

Keto-Brunch is served! I made one pan quiche & paired with Bread Cheese that I lucked out and found it 1/2 off! Yeah!

BREAKFAST’S READY: Sausage Veggie Casserole

So glad that this sausage breakfast casserole was made last night in preparation of a very early morning swim meet. Now feet are up, belly is full and a movie is playing. HAPPY SATURDAY!

1 sweet potato, peeled and diced. $1
1 yellow onion, diced $1
1 red pepper, diced $1.75
1 pound sausage (I use Jimmy Dean Sage) $3.99
1 can of coconut milk $1.55
2 slices of bacon, uncooked and diced $1.25
8 eggs $2.50
Salt/Pepper/Garlic to taste
TOTAL= $13.04/8 = $1.63 per serving

1. Preheat oven to 375°. Cook sausage, drain juices and set aside.
2. Add sweet potato, onion, red pepper and bacon to pan and cook until sweet potato is tender.
3. Mix sausage and veggies together and add spices.
4. Add combination to greased 9 X 13 casserole dish and spread out evenly.
5. Add coconut milk to whipped eggs and pour on top.
6. Cook for approximately 30 minutes. ENJOY!

Left alone, it’s Paleo friendly. Topped with shredded cheese, it’s considered Keto.


This Ham & Egg Cups recipe is just in time for the weekend. They are super easy and tasty and something you will definitely want to make again.

Black Forest Ham slices (deli)

1. Place ham slice in greased cupcake tin.
2. Add egg (I prefer mine scrambled) and place inside preheated 400° oven for 13 minutes.
3. I broil mine on high for a couple of minutes to fully cook the egg.
4. Add cheese, green onion, salt and pepper and ENJOY!

Saturday Brunch

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Paleo Flax & Chia Flapjacks


What tasty way to get a dose of flax and chia seed! Are you tired of eating the same breakfast day-in and day-out? Are you sick of eating eggs? Do you love pancakes but don’t have the time to make them in the morning? Here’s a super easy and healthy way to enjoy your pancakes and eat your eggs too. This is something my husband created one morning and has made ever since.

4 Tbsp of flax and chia mix
1/8 tsp of ground cloves
1/4 tsp of ground nutmeg
1/2 tsp of cinnamon
4 eggs

In a hurry? Use a ratio of 1 Tbsp of flax (or a flax and chia mix) to 1 egg, add 1 dash of ground cloves & nutmeg and 2 dashes of cinnamon.
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Breakfast Muffins


Today’s recipe was Egg Cupcakes (aka Breakfast Muffins) from Everyday Paleo. I doubled the recipe because these perfect early morning stomach pleasers not only taste great but they freeze well too! KID APPROVED RECIPE!

(single batch = 18 muffins)

* 12 eggs
* 1 green onion
* 2 zucchini squash
* 8 slices of cooked bacon
* 1 cup of roasted red onion
* 4 cups of fresh spinach
* Black pepper to taste

1. Whisk eggs together in one bowl.
2. Clean and prepare veggies for food processor (remove stems, roasted peppers*, etc…).
3. Process veggies until finely chopped (NOT pureed!).
4. Combine vegetables, chopped bacon and eggs.
5. Add 1/4 cup of mixture to muffin cup.
6. Bake at 350 degrees for approximately 22 minutes.

Clean and slice red or orange peppers length-wise and place them on a cookie sheet. Drizzle olive oil on them and cook for 10 minutes at 350 degrees. Turn over once and bake for an additional 10 minutes.

Use parchment baking cups. Not only can you re-use them twice (at least I did) but you will not go through the hassle  having “batter” sticking to the pan.


Quick Smoothie List

Photo Credit: Unknown

Photo Credit: Unknown

Here’s a SUPER list of easy-to-make all natural smoothies! These make for a quick breakfast, a satisfying snack or a family dessert when frozen…I’d substitute water with coconut milk for a richer treat!

Homemade Bacon

Back in early October, Jon and I decided to try making homemade bacon…Well, who knew that finding pork belly would take so long and require so many phone calls?! Two independent, family owned stores went out of their way to contact  curre…nt and former suppliers and farmers, but to no avail. It seems as though in cold months bacon is on high demand. We then went to three butchers next and only one said that they could help us. Our order was place on the first week of November and was just picked up two days ago! So for $3.99 per pound, we will have nitrate free, homemade bacon!
Here’s the recipe that started it all…Thanks Slim Palate!

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