4 protein breakfast recipes with eggs for Easter

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At my protein we know that chocolate is the main ingredient at Easter, so we bring you four recipes of protein breakfast with eggs so that the diet does not get out of hand.

They are four of our best recipes that will make the Easter weekend much more fun and special, but, above all, delicious.

In addition, these four recipes contain high protein content, ideal to start the day giving the muscles the fuel they need to keep growing.

Scrambled eggs with sweet potato and Chorizo

protein breakfast

Bored of having breakfast always the same? Start the weekend with this delicious and impressive scrambled sweet potato and chorizo. The recipe is prepared for four servings, so you can prepare breakfast for the whole family or for your friends.

Low-carbohydrate egg baskets

These ingenious baskets of low-carbohydrate eggs are a very good option if you have a strict diet controlling carbohydrates and, in addition, are ready in less than 15 minutes.

Passed Easter eggs

What better way to start Easter Sunday than remembering this delicious and fun recipe from our childhood? Prepare a few eggs with water and have fun experimenting with sweet and salty sticks to tell.

Sweet potato frittata, kale and onion

This frittata is a delicious and simple way to eat vegetables in a different way. We have used kale and onion, but you can use the vegetables that you like and make your own mixes.

Bacon, egg and cheese thread for Easter brunch

The Flaky Pillsbury dough is the basis for this brunch that looks great, but it’s the easiest thing to have! To make it even easier, look at our photos and suggestions to follow them step by step.

Ingredients

4 slices of bacon cut in half transversally

1/3 of cup plus 1 tablespoon of milk

4 eggs, barely shakes

Salt and pepper, if desired

¼ of cup of cut pepper

one

can (8 ounces) of refrigerated rolls for Crescent Pillsbury® dinner

one cup of grated parmesan cheese (4 oz)

Fresh cut cilantro, if desired

One Old El Paso® Thick ‘n Chunky sauce cup, if desired

Instructions

  • 1 Heat the oven to 375 ° F. Line a large cookie sheet with cooking paper. In a 10-inch skillet, bake on medium heat for about 4 minutes or until cooked, but not crispy, turn once. (Cooking will continue in the oven.) Remove the bacon; Drains everything except 2 tablespoons of bacon fat from the pan.
  • In a medium-sized bowl, beat 1/3 cup of milk, eggs, salt and pepper with a fork or whisk until thoroughly beaten. Add the peppers. Pour the mixture of the eggs in the pan. As the mixture warms, the portions of the eggs will begin to settle. With a metal spatula, gently move the cooked portions towards the outer edge of the pan. Avoid mixing constantly. As the eggs settle, push towards the edge and place them on top of the egg mixture that is already seated. Cook for 5 to 6 minutes or until the eggs are denser but still moist.
  • Unroll the dough, separate it into 8 triangles. On a cookie sheet lined with butter paper, place the triangles with the shorter sides towards the center, overlapping them in a star shape and leave a 4-inch circle open in the center (see diagram). The tips of the Crescent dough can come out towards the edge of the cookie sheet. Press the protruding mass to crush it.
  • Place the bacon in each of the triangles. Sprinkle 1/3 cup of cheese on the widest part of the dough. With a spoon place the eggs on the cheese. Sprinkle 1/3 cup of cheese. Pull the tips of the triangle and place them on the eggs and cheese, place the dough underneath to form a ring (the filling will be visible). Spread the remaining milk with a spoon over the dough; Sprinkle with 1/3 remaining cheese.
  • Bake 20 to 25 minutes or until you get a dark golden color. Chill for 2 minutes. With a wide spatula, carefully remove the ring from the biscuit plate; slide in a fountain. Serve with cilantro and salsa.

HOW TO PAINT EASTER EGGS?

One of the traditions of this season is the search for Easter eggs that the rabbit intelligently hides. So you can have an incredible and very creative search, help the Easter bunny to paint the eggs that you will find. We have some tips for you so you can decorate the Easter eggs in your home, very easily and economically:

What you need:

  • Eggs
  • Water
  • Vinegar
  • Vegetable coloring
  • Newspaper

The steps to follow:

  • Choose the amount of eggs you are going to color
  • Prepare several containers (one per color) deep enough so that the egg is completely covered
  • Mix half a cup of water at room temperature with 1 tablespoon of white vinegar for each color or each cup
  • To each cup of the previous mixture, add the drops you want of the dye, they can be 10 or 20, depending on the color you want them to obtain.
  • Dip each egg in the color you want and let it dry on the newspaper, you can also use the box in which you sell the eggs.

Once they have dried, you can enjoy the search for Easter eggs. If you do not know what to do with the Easter eggs after you have found them, then follow the recipes we have for you, so you can prepare delicious dishes at breakfast.

 

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