Anytime Meal (AT)
Preparation Time - 10min
Cooking Time- 20min
Eggs benedict is a high carb, high-fat breakfast tradition delicious but not so friendly to the waistline. So with this recipe, we’ve decided to cut the carbs, replacing the English muffin with sautèed onion slices. We also decided to cut the fat with a low-fat hollandaise sauce. The net result is a veggie-packed breakfast that’s not only delicious; It’s nutritious too.
Olive oil cooking spray
Whole onion slices (¼ inch thick each) 3
Smoked chicken breast low-fat deli meat (140 g) 5 oz
Spinach 3 cups
Tomato 3 slices
Parmesan Cheese (grated) 1.5 oz
Whole omega-3 eggs (individually poached or fried 3
Low-fat mayonnaise 2 tbsp
Plain low-fat yogurt ⅓ cup
Lemon juice ½ tsp
Dijon Mustard ⅛ tsp
Salt 1 pinch
Splenda 1 pinch
Chili Powder 1 pinch
Preheat a non-stick frying pan on medium heat. Lightly coat with spray and gently place the 3 whole onion slices in the pan. Cook until the bottom is nicely browned and then gently flip each slice. Cook until onion is nicely browned on both sides. Carefully remove from pan and set aside. While the onions are cooking, whisk all hollandaise sauce ingredients together in a mixing bowl. Add mixture to a small saucepan and gently heat until mixture is warm but not boiling, and set aside. Once onions are done, re spray the pan and add the spinach. Cook until spinach shrinks to at least half its original size. Remove from a pan and set aside. Place three onion slices individually on a plate. Put a tomato slice on top of each onion slice. Place ⅓ of the chicken, spinach and cheese on top of each onion slice. Top with an egg and garnish with hollandaise sauce. Serves 1 large or 3 small.
TIP: The onion slices are in place of an English muffin, so it’s important not to break them.
(Per Serving) large small
Calories(k/cal) 687 229
Fat (g) 38.1 12.7
Saturated(g) 13.6 4.5
Monounsaturated(g) 10.6 3.5
Polyunsaturated(g) 9.5 3.2
Omega-3 (g) 2.0 0.7
Omega 6 (g) 7.7 2.6
Carbohydrates (g) 20.2 6.7
Fiber (g) 2.8 0.9
sugars (g) 10.5 3.5
Potein (g) 66.0 22.0
Best paired with Chocohazelnut Apple Smoothies
Ingredients: 1 pc. Apple 1 sachet Shape in Shake (chocohazelnut) 1 tbsp.cocoa powder 1 tbsp.almond nuts 10 pcs. ice cube 120ml almond milk Instructions:
Sliced apple put into blender; put 1 sachet of shape in shake chocohazelnut flavor, cocoa powder, almond nuts, almond milk then ice cubes.
Blend for 30-60 seconds or until desired consistency is reached.
Did you know that?
Eggs Benedict, a classic brunch staple, contains healthy, protein-rich eggs, which are a great source of selenium and vitamin D. Hollandaise sauce, of course is incredible on eggs Benedict. It's a delicate sauce, made thick by the emulsion between the egg yolks and butter. In appearance, hollandaise is pale yellow, smooth, and creamy. It's commonly served as a finishing sauce for eggs Benedict, poached fish, and asparagus. Shape in Shake is a protein shake made with 80 fermented fruits and veggies which is a healthy option and you can also have it as your breakfast, snack or dinner. Once you drink it, will make you feel fuller and it will help you lessen your cravings to unhealthy food.
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