With Wise Eats, we’re starting every day off right with a meal that is rich in nutrition. In order to lose body fat or build muscle, you want a diet that is high in protein, and this is just the meal to accomplish that goal. Eggs are one of the most nutritious foods on the planet. Rich in amino acids, essential vitamins, antioxidants, and omega-3 fatty acids. Add to that garlic, which is a nutritional powerhouse providing more vitamins and cancer-fighting compounds. Properly spiced and cooked to perfection, these eggs are a fantastic addition to any healthy meal plan. I pair this tasty scrambled egg recipe with the Wise Eats Energy Bowl for a highly delicious and nutritious breakfast that fuels me for the day.
Wise Eats Eazy Reffin’ Eggs – Scrambled Egg Recipe Video
Original Air Date: 8-31-18
This recipe is inspired by BYB referee Eazy Motha’ Reffin’ E. With his unique style and take charge attitude, E will go down as one of the most prolific referees in BYB history. Eat your heart out Earl Hebner! Since Eazy is on a low-carb diet, this recipe is going to help keep him fueled and on track with his weight loss goals. If you want to call it right down the middle like Eazy E, try this amazing real food recipe that’s loaded with high quality protein and essential fatty acids.
- 5g Avocado Oil for Cooking
- 1 Carton Egg Whites (460g)
- Dried Onion (20g)
- 3 Whole Eggs
- Mixed Spices
- (I used Costco’s Organic No-Salt Seasoning and Trader Joe’s Chipotle-Lime)
- Nutritional Yeast (20g)
- Preheat pan on medium-high heat
- Coat pan in avocado oil
- Add dried onion and garlic
- Add egg whites and whole eggs
- Add spices
- Continue to cook and fold over eggs until mostly cooked
- Add nutritional yeast powder
- Recipe serves 2. Or save half for a later meal!
Perfect to put over some organic greens for an easy salad!
Makes 2 Servings (328g Each)
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