Power Breakfast Bowl

Power Breakfast Bowl
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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 1
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 435.8
  • Total Fat: 27.6 g
  • Cholesterol: 428.1 mg
  • Sodium: 675.5 mg
  • Total Carbs: 17.7 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 4.9 g
  • Protein: 30.1 g

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Number of Servings: 1


    1 Head Organic Romaine (you know the ones in the 3-head bags; the cheapest is at Trader Joes, and they are best because they are easier to deal with than larger, loose heads of lettuce which need more cleaning and prep) you can substitute 2-3 cups of organic loose-leaf lettuce, if you don't feel like chopping

    1/2 a Sliced Organic Red or Green pepper

    1/4 cup Sliced Onion (you can get away with using a conventional onion, however they are usually around the same price as organic, and I've noticed the conventional to have more deformities than the organic)

    1 Clove Organic garlic chopped fine (skip if you are not a fan- however they help defend against viral and other pathogenic attack; they also reduce blood pressure; organic is the best, much more even clove size- less of the tiny annoying ones)

    1/2-1 cup Organic Whole Milk Cottage Cheese (Men should eat 1 cup; woman with high metabolic rates should as well; The best brand out there, hands down, is Kalona Supernaturals, if you don't have a local farm that you can get it from) Cottage cheese is a good source of probiotics, and easy protein

    2 Eggs (Organic & Pastured; if you are an athlete or large Man you may need to eat 3 eggs to stay full until lunch) Fried or scrambled in butter or coconut oil is fastest, but hard boiled is great too. You can Hard boil a whole carton at the beginning of the week and use them as quick and easy meals

    1Tbsp-1/4 cup Sauerkraut (pictured is a local Ann Arbor Brand that I LOVE- The Brinery's Storm Cloud Zapper- it contains ginger, beets and cabbage) Sauerkraut also provides beneficial bacteria, as long as it is properly aged and fermented, and also many enzymes that help to digest food. It also has high amounts of vitamins, not only in the vegetables, but those created by the bacteria cultures. It's a healthy condiment.


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Serving Size: 1 Salad

Number of Servings: 1

Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user SHANNONAMORIRD.