Tag Archives: egg

Easy Breakfast: Spinach & Eggs

I think I’ve said before, I’m a visual eater. And unlike when I first started this blog, I’m sort of a lazy cook now. These days I LOVE meals that don’t take long to make. This is a quick throw-together IF you are the sort of person who preps veggies weekly (I am!). Spinach & Eggs (and a few other …

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#PWMF2014 Recipe Contest Breakfast Winner: Vicky’s Strapatsada

I’m still working on the free recipe e-book for this year’s “Play With My Food” recipe contest, but I thought in the meantime I’d showcase the winning recipes. So check back this week as I post each of the five winning recipes in the following categories: breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and dessert. First up, breakfast! The winner of the breakfast …

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The Bariatric Foodie Guide to Making a Frittata

This one goes out to all my 4-6 person families. Because weekends can be brutal. During the week you have a good measure of control on food, don’t you? Perhaps the kids get lunch from the cafeteria (try though I might I can’t seem to beat the price they charge for school lunch so since my girls lunches have gotten …

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Nik’s Portable Egg Scramble Kit

Do you have a default food? It seems to me that most weight loss surgery post-ops do. A default food is that food you’re almost always in the mood to eat, if all else fails. I have several. One of my default foods is eggs. But eggs aren’t the most portable food in the world, especially for our rearranged digestive …

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Brandi’s Oatmeal & Egg White Scramble

I love it when a Foodie starts their message to me about their recipe with, “I know this may sound strange but…” Isn’t that a condition of post-op eating? I mean, we do eat pretty weird stuff, at least according to the non-op world. I personally eat REALLY weird stuff (for instance, my favorite dinner is simply cottage cheese with…you …

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