That old advert “go to work on an egg” still holds good…That little package packs so much goodness and is so very versatile,,, Head over to Sally’s to find just why you should eat an egg. for breakfast.
In this series I will be sharing recipes that pack a punch of nutrition and still taste delicious. By now you know that I believe in a ‘cook from scratch’ approach to preparing meals and I have followed that philosophy for over forty years. In my mid-20s I was cooking food for 110 growing children three times a day, and the focus had to be on the nutrition as well as the taste. As a nutritional therapist for the last 25 years, I have shared these recipes with my clients to ensure that they never went hungry or deficient in the essential nutrients their bodies needed to be healthy. In the previous post I shared a recipe for Meusli Porridge
Breakfasts – Versatile and Nutritious Eggs
Eggs are an excellent source of choline and selenium, and a good source of high-quality protein, Vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, vitamin B2…
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