Breakfast Casserole by Emily Saunders

Since it’s the holidays right now, we are all pretty much in the grips of stress. And while we may be trying our hardest to manage this stress, this time of year just makes it hard to combat. So to make our lives a little easier I am sharing a recipe that can be for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or any meal in between!

Let’s get real for just a moment. We can still be on track with our weight loss goals while the holidays are going on. We don’t have to put anything on hold. And honestly it really isn’t a good idea to take a break and jump back on during January because all the habits we have worked so hard to create up to this point? Will be lost. And we will  have to work hard yet again to establish those habits. We are really going to be starting over from square one.

Consistency is key. Developing new habits are key. So we can still do these things, enjoy some holiday sugar cookies and truffles, and also get some daily movement in through workouts and walking and just make protein and veggies a priority at each meal.  

Now because I am not great in the kitchen and have no creativity in there, I am sharing a recipe from a book that I refer back to quite often. So save this email, screenshot it, put it in your favorites! Just whatever you need to do in order to save this amazing recipe!


Breakfast Casserole by Emily Saunders

Here’s What You are Going to Need!

➡️1/2 lb breakfast sausage, turkey sausage, or leftover ground turkey.

➡️1/4 cup chopped onion

➡️1 large sweet potato, cubed

➡️3 cups chopped spinach

➡️1 cup chopped or finely chopped mushrooms

➡️leftover vegetables such as broccoli, asparagus, etc.

➡️3 cups egg whites or mixture of whole eggs and egg whites, whisked

➡️2 ounces shredded regular or almond cheddar cheese

➡️Ground black pepper to taste

➡️Paprika to taste

Here’s What You Gotta Do!

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cook the sausage and onion in a skillet until no longer pink (unless pre cooked, then there’s no need to reheat it). Microwave a sweet potato for 4 to 5 minutes. Coat a casserole dish with olive oil cooking spray and layer the meat evenly at the bottom. Add the sweet potatoes and veggies, and then the eggs. Sprinkle the cheese, pepper, and paprika on top. Bake for 35 to 50 minutes, or until browned to your liking!!


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