Kale & Egg on Whole Wheat English Muffin

I’ve really been trying to eat “healthier” lately (aka cutting out the Annie’s Cheddar Bunnies and other gagillion kid snacks I was eating daily) and trying to make sure I get a tad bit closer to eating the required servings of fruits and veggies (I am still a REALLY long ways away!) With that said I had bought a head of Kale the other day in hopes to find a few ways to eat it.

One of the ways I came up with was for breakfast…and it was sooo good! Forget the bacon folks, go grab you some kale! 🙂 I’m serious, this was really really good. In fact, I want one now!!

Come to mama! (or daddy!)

Heat 1tsp EVOO and 1 garlic clove. Once the garlic is fragrant add in 1/2c chopped fresh kale. Season with S & P. Saute until kale is limp and not so stiff (about 5-7 minutes)
Remove kale and fry and egg in the same pan. Cook however you like. Season with S & P. When you flip the egg add 1tsp of shredded cheddar cheese and let melt while egg finishes cooking
While the egg is cooking toast a whole wheat english muffin in the toaster. Once the egg and english muffin are ready assemble this bad boy
Drool over your super healthy breakfast and then chow down! Eat two! Three! Four! Enjoy!

Recipe: (1 Serving)

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-1/2c fresh chopped kale

-1tsp EVOO

-1 garlic clove

-1 egg

-1 tsp shredded cheddar cheese

-1 whole wheat english muffin

Saute kale in EVOO and garlic, about 5-7 minutes. Remove kale and cook egg, season with S & P. When you flip your egg add cheese and let melt while egg finishes cooking on second side. In the meantime, toast english muffin in toaster. Once everything is done cooking, assemble. Enjoy!




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  1. Yum! What a delicious and healthy looking breakfast. I love Kale…I often make Kale chips which are DELICIOUS! And are a healthy way to satisfy a salty craving.

    Visiting from Serenity Now.

  2. That looks really good…and filling. I am trying to make healthier choices as well. When I read this Mom’s Guide (http://www.1dental.com/moms-guide/) it made me reflect on what I was feeding my son. So much sugar and processed food. Then I realized – I am the one choosing those foods for him and can do something about it. Thanks for the recipe!

  3. I have just spent about 30 minutes looking at all your recipes, and this is definitely one that I am going to try later on this week. I also really like Kale chips and wouldn’t mind trying them soft and layered in between english muffins (yum) and cheesy fried eggs (double yum)!

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