Girly Girl’s Paleo challenge…will the kids eat it?

Posted: July 2, 2012 in Uncategorized
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So, my first competition has come and gone…what’s next?

This was only meant to be the beginning of a new lifestyle for me. I am learning that I love and need to be challenged in life, so setting new goals for myself is not uncommon.

My latest goal is to cook something ‘Paleo’ for the month of July….why? Since competing, I have found that many of the foods I used to really enjoy do not taste the same to me, nor do they agree with me. I also would like to ‘just’ live life, and feel great. I notice that when I eat grains/bread/pasta etc…I feel bloated and tired.

Having done a LOT of research, while getting my brain to cooperate will probably be a little bit of a challenge, I know my body will thank me for making this switch.

Day 1 of my challenge, I made Egg cupcakes from the recipe book ‘Everyday Paleo’ by Sarah Fragoso. I substituted some of the ingredients..

7 whole eggs
1 cup egg whites
1 large sweet potato (grated)
3 oz turkey breast diced
2 cups yellow red orange peppers
4 cups chopped spinach
1/2 red onion chopped
black pepper

(I roasted the peppers, onion and grated sweet potatoes in the oven while I gathered all other ingredients…probably about 10 mins…to soften)

Spray muffin tins
Preheat oven to 350
Whisk eggs and pepper in a big bowl
Add chopped spinach
Add roasted veggies
pour into muffin tins (makes about 24)

They turned out great! Jeff tried it…the boys did not…lol…they stuck to the muffin tin a bit more than I would have hoped, so the next time, I will make them in the silicone type muffin tins….

Storage tip? Wrap in saran wrap or ziploc bags and freeze…

Check back for what I make tomorrow…avocado…mmm!!

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Comments
  1. Maranda says:

    Those sound yummy! And yes, with eggs in metal tins you have to use actual oil or a LOT of spray. I had to toss a pan b/c of it. Silicone works great.

    Love the idea of grated sweet potato in them! Sounds yum.

  2. Thomas Kfm says:

    Looks good! Always hard to get the kids to eat my Paleo experiments. But, slowly but surely they are.

  3. Look at paleomg.com. That website has been my saving grace since going Paleo. It has easy/delicious recipes, the blog is funny, and she makes a lot of sweets if you feel like you just need something sweeter without feeling horrible. By far my favorite Paleo blog that I’ve found.

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