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Why I Eat Breakfast for Dinner

Happy Friday loves! It’s no secret to anyone close to me or who reads this blog that I eat A LOT of eggs. And usually for…dinner!

Yup, that’s right. Eggs for dinner.  At least 3 to 4 times a week. Most people are baffled by this.

Don’t you get tired of the same meal? Egg yolks are bad for you. What a boring dinner.

Nope! For three years now, since going primal, I look forward to my bacon and eggs throughout the week and I don’t see that changing too soon.

Here’s why:

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1. It’s easy! Duh. Who doesn’t love a meal that takes 10 minutes to whip up? Continue reading

New Year, New Recipes – Bacon Broccoli Frittata

Happy New Year!  I can’t believe it is two thousand and FOURTEEN!  That just seems crazy to me because it makes me feel like I am getting old.  I remember one of my first New Years Eve’s spent with friends was in 7th grade for Y2K.  Remember that? Y2K, when everyone thought the world might end.

So I’ve always been all about setting goals for the New Year.  Ya know, starting the first day of the year refreshed, motivated, empowered and all of that.  Well this year I am delaying this whole process a few days.  I am going to spend the weekend home, with some time to myself, getting things sorted, and detoxing a bit.  And while I am excited to do this I almost feel guilty that I didn’t have all of these feelings and motivation on January 1st.  That’s silly right?

One thing I did do on January 1st was buy a new cook book (I’ll post about that later).  So being inspired by lots of different recipes I decided to come up with my own!  As you know I typically eat my go-to omelet for dinner 3-4 nights a week. Well….I decided it’s a New Year, so new recipes are a must.  Yes I only, changed two ingredients and the way it’s cooked but it still counts.

Bacon Broccoli Frittata


**Disclaimer: This recipe is one of those, do what feels right, in terms of measurements. 


  • 3-4 Slices of Bacon
  • 1/2 Yellow Onion
  • 3-4 Broccoli Crowns Chopped into Florets (the way they come in the store with an elastic around the stalks)
  • 8 Eggs (whisked)
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Garlic Powder

Pre-heat your oven to 375 degrees.  Once your broccoli is cut up, steam it so they are cooked and soft.  I did this in the microwave by adding 3 tablespoons of water and broccoli to a covered bowl.  I microwaved them for 2 minutes and they came out perfect.

While the broccoli is in the microwave start cooking your bacon in a pan over medium heat for about 7-8 minutes.  When the bacon is cooked to your liking remove from the pan.  Add your chopped onion to the pan with the bacon fat.  Saute the onions until they become clear about 3- 5 minutes.  Add the broccoli to the pan and turn the burner to low and mix around.

While the broccoli and onions are over low heat, beat your 8 eggs in a bowl and cut your cooked bacon into smaller pieces.  Add half the eggs to an oiled pan, then add the broccoli and onions.  Finally, add the rest of the eggs and bacon on top.  Cook in the oven for 20-25 minutes or until frittata is firm.


I think I need to work on making my recipe instructions less wordy!  Any suggestions or tips?

A Super Simple Recipe – Oatless Oatmeal!

Alright maybe it’s the cold weather settling in or the fact that my schedule has me getting home much later on Mondays…but I’ve been craving something warm, comforting, and easy for dinner.  Before going primal I literally used to eat oatmeal with peanut butter every day for breakfast.  So for some reason, the past few weeks I’ve really been craving my old go-to.

This was my first attempt at making Oatless Oatmeal.  It is a super simple recipe that’s perfect for nights you get home late or mornings when you want something other than eggs!

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By the way, I didn’t measure much for this recipe. It’s approximate, so add a little here and there to your liking.

Oatless Oatmeal

  • 1 very ripe banana
  • 1 tsp of coconut oil
  • Justin’s Almond Butter (I used Maple but any flavor would be great I’m sure)
  • Some milk (I used skim milk this time around)
  • Sea Salt
  • Cinnamon

Place a small sauce pan on the stove over medium heat.  Add the coconut oil so that it melts.  Break your banana into small pieces and add them to the pan.  Start to mash them, it will become easier as they get warmer.  Add in almond butter (i used about 2 scoops) and milk.  Start mixing and keep mashing to get out most of the clumps.  Add a dash of salt and some cinnamon.  Stir for another 5 minutes or until it has the consistency you like.  Pour in a bowl, cozy up on the couch, and enjoy!

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Does anyone else have a good recipe or different version of “oatless” oatmeal?