The Best Breakfast You Can Give Your Body – Sunny Side Up Eggs in Bell Pepper

The Best Breakfast You Can Give Your Body - Floral Sunny Side Up Eggs in Bell Pepper
  • Prep Time
    3 mins
  • Cook Time
    10 mins
  • Serving
    1
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A low-carb, healthy and delicious egg breakfast inside bell pepper rings makes a vigorous and cheery start to the day.

The eggs are the most nutritious food, since they contain all the nutritions that are needed for a new life. The eggs are of protein and essential fatty acids mixture which are perfect nutriments for man as well. Starting your day with an egg is one of the best things you can do to get your day off to a good start. 

The Best Breakfast You Can Give Your Body - Floral Sunny Side Up Eggs in Bell Pepper

Although George and I don’t usually eat breakfast since we’re on OMAD, but when we go hiking, it’s best not to start on an empty stomach. At this time I fry some eggs, we eat some avocados with it and head into the woods full of energy.  After this breakfast, it was enough to carry a little bag of seeds in case we get hungry on the way.

The Best Breakfast You Can Give Your Body - Floral Sunny Side Up Eggs in Bell Pepper

Before our one of the May trip, which was in Awenda Provincial Park, we ate this egg dish for breakfast and only in the evening, after 10km of hiking, we started to feel like we could eat something.

The Best Breakfast You Can Give Your Body - Floral Sunny Side Up Eggs in Bell Pepper

How to fry Floral Sunny Side Up Eggs in Bell Pepper

Watch my video and follow these some easy steps, how I fryed this low-carb, healthy and delicious egg breakfast inside bell pepper rings, then start your day with a big smile and full energy.

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Ingredients

Sunny Side Up Eggs in Bell Pepper

Nutrition

Per serving: 3 eggs and an avocado

  • Daily Value*
  • Calories: 695
    35 %
  • Fat: 60 g
    36 %
  • Total Carbs: 25 g
    38 %
  • Fiber: 15 g
    60 %
  • Sugar: 4 g
    10 %
  • Net Carbs: 10 g
    25 %
  • Protein: 24 g
    32 %
  • Sodium: 233 mg
    10 %
  • Potassium: 1316 mg
    37 %
  • Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000-calorie diet. Fat 165 g, Carbohydrate 40g, Fiber 25 g, (Sugar 40 g,) Protein 75 g, Sodium 2300 mg, Potassium 3,500 – 4,700 mg. To calculate the whole net carb content in food, have to subtract the fiber from the total number of carbs. Your individual daily values may be higher or lower depending on your own calorie needs.

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