There isn’t a lot of room for creativity with this diet. Especially not in terms of the variety of foods we eat.
So we’ve started looking for ways to be creative with the way we prepare and serve those same few foods. Over and Over.
Eggs are big in our lives. They’re a big part of our weekend breakfasts, and hardboiled, often serve as breakfast/snacks during the week.
We’re in danger of getting sick of eggs, which would be a disaster. I’m not exaggerating. Our carefully constructed lifestyle of grain fee/low sugar eating would crumble the first Saturday morning we woke up and couldn’t face the eggs.
So Chris has put himself in the role of “Creative Director” for our meals. All of our meals, but specifically our weekend breakfasts.
I think he’s trying to distract himself (and me) from nostalgia of weekends were we just rolled out of bed and went to the bagel place.
This week he decided we should try a “recipe” he found on-line called Flower Power Eggs. He picked it because it looked like a quick and easy way to get out protein and veggies in – the goal for every meal.
I put recipe in quotes because really it was a self-explanatory picture and a little text about how fun and easy it is.
Ok, we didn’t actually read the text about how fun and easy it was. We felt like we got it all from the picture:
Its sliced peppers and sunny side up eggs. Easy, peasy. Right?
I sliced up the green pepper while Chris got the skillet ready, and then I was put in charge of cracking the eggs into the peppers.
And then…the finished product:
PS. While Chris is ready to cut Flower Power from the breakfast roster, I’m planning a rematch at some point. I will not be bested by an egg and a pepper.