On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I’m showing you how to make an easy poached egg recipe.
You’re going to love this quick fat burning breakfast recipe from Brad’s Cookbook.
You may be wondering, why am I sharing another breakfast recipe?
Well, based on your questions, it seems most people are having issues coming up with healthy breakfast recipes.
In particular, quick fat burning breakfast recipes that you can fit into your busy mornings.
I hope by now you realize boxed cereals are not a healthy breakfast option to Live Lean.
Most people fall into this trap because cereal is a quick and easy breakfast option.
Also lets be real, some people enjoy the taste of the sugar rush.
Unfortunately this quick surge of sugar is throwing your body’s hormones off, which causes spikes in your blood sugar levels, and increased cravings throughout the day.
Now if you’re saying to yourself, “but the box says it’s high in whole grains and contains vitamins and minerals”.
Sure that may sound good, but it’s not.
Unlike what the government may tell you, your body’s digestive system was not created to digest excessive amounts of refined whole grains.
Plus the vitamins and minerals added to a lot of these cereals are synthetic, meaning they are not natural.
Unfortunately your body may only absorb a small amount of these synthetic vitamins.
What if I told you you could have a quick fat burning breakfast that is:
If you have a sweet tooth, you can’t go wrong with a delicious side of fruit that is high fiber, vitamins, and minerals.
Well this high protein breakfast recipe has all of that, plus it is very quick and simple to make.
This breakfast of champions only requires the following essential ingredients:
Plus, to save time, you can also buy the mixed berries pre-chopped and mixed, or simply buy them individually.
Then simply add a small handful of nuts, like almonds, to the plate.
The only thing you really need to prepare is poaching the eggs.
Poaching eggs is one of the healthiest ways to cook eggs since the steam, rather than direct heat from the pan, does all the cooking.
In the cooking video, I’m using an egg poacher set that my mom bought me.
This set has four egg poacher cups for you to add the eggs.
So if you have an egg poacher set, lets put it to work.
However, if you don’t have an egg poacher set at home, follow this alternative egg poaching method that I used in this Instagram video.
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This quick, healthy, and easy breakfast recipe is going to be delicious.
Let’s do this.
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There you have it.
How simple does that look?
This is another quick and easy breakfast that you can put together in less than 10 minutes.
And lets not forget about the vitamins and minerals from the fruit.
It smells good, it looks good, now it’s time to take a bite and see how it tastes.
Perfect and delicious.
By the way, feel free to switch up the type of nuts and fruit.
Here’s another variation of this poached eggs recipe using sliced apples instead of mixed berries.
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9 responses to “How To Make An Easy Poached Egg Recipe”
Just read this today, was all over the news. Thought I would bring it to your attention.
Eggs yolks almost as bad as smoking.
Yeah I’ve heard all the buzz about this. But with any study, you have to look at sample/subjects chosen for the study and the variables. I’m still a huge fan of the yolks!
I eat breakfast EVERY day; don’t know how people get through their morning without it!
I am an oats girl; cooked, steel-cut or overnight. Served with fresh fruit, a few nuts and maybe a bit of greek yogurt. YUM! Off to have some right now!