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Weekends are a great time to reset for the week ahead and TODAY I will be resetting my nutrition as I begin my very first 21DSD (21 day sugar detox) alongside starting a new fitness program, Insanity Max 30. It is not unlike me to want to do it all, to take on a bigger challenge and so I took the initiative to do more prepping more this weekend than I have in the last couple months.
This 21 Day Fix Friendly recipe works perfect, falls within the guidelines of the sugar detox program and I’ll be using my colored containers to measure my foods for all my meals over the next 3 weeks. This is nothing new, but I wanted to share my tips on how to make your next egg muffin batch turn out perfect in every way!
Ingredients can vary…but one ingredient I think you should include ALWAYS is onion. So follow this simple equation and you cannot fail: Eggs + Veggies + Onion. In keeping track of meal portions and using the 21 day fix containers this is how it breaks down. I use a 12 serving muffin pan, so 4 “egg muffins” equal 1 red/1 green serving on the plan.
PreHeat oven to 350 degrees. Scrambled Eggs, chopped veggies & onion and added to egg mixture–I added 1 tsp of salt/pepper. Spray muffin pan generously with oil. I used a ladel to pour the mixture into the pan. Bake for 15 mins. At end, I noticed tops were still a little runny so I put my muffin pan under broiler for 2 minutes to finish them off, use your judgement, eggs should not be runny.
I put one set of four in the freezer, the others I separated into sandwich baggies and placed in fridge on top shelf perfect for Grab n Go!
Enjoy and let me know what veggie combinations you use when making your Egg Muffins!
It’s mid-September and the cooler temperatures of fall are upon us here in the Midwest. I was looking around in my fridge at what needed to be used up (too often I buy produce that expires before I can use it) and I saw the chopped salad mix from Trader Joes. I had whipped up some plain almond oil salad dressing & had made plans to turn it into honey mustard so the idea formed in my head to create a healthy version of a BLT Chopped Salad. Here’s how I assembled it so you can re-create this yummy lunch too!
This month, I am taking a “no sugar challenge” and using the containers from the 21day fix program to help me in portion control and cutting out processed foods. If you are interested in cutting sugar out of your diet, wanting to decrease processed foods and work on meal planning/ portion control–message me to be added to to my facebook group. September, when you buy this program (includes containers, shaker cup & 9 workouts on DVD) you can purchase a 30day supply of shakeology, a healthy meal replacement with over 70 ingredients and superfoods for just $30. It’s a great deal & a 21 day program that delivers amazing results.
Chopped Salad Ingredients: (trader joes), turkey bacon (saved in my freezer), grape tomatoes & honey mustard dressing. (plus surprise ingredient: Apple Slices)
Here is how I used the containers to measure out the ingredients:
Bacon & Tomatoes (1/2 red)
Dressing (1 orange)
This was so simple, I really love this chopped veggie mix because it saves on tons of chopping time of veggies. So after I had taken a few bites of the salad with the dressing and mixed up, I noticed my kids did not finish their APPLES from lunch. Well, I’m not one to waist so I just chopped them up and threw them on top and WOW, it really tasted great! Sometimes it takes accidents to give us amazing results. Here I am enjoying my salad with apples and if you have them or other FRUIT like mandarin oranges, grapes or pears toss them on top and you will enjoy it just as much!
Cheers to Good Health! –Jenn