Welcome, health enthusiasts, to our latest blog post on the perfect breakfast option to fuel your fitness journey. Today, we’re excited to share a delicious and nutritious idea that will elevate your morning routine: leftover meatloaf(with veggies) and eggs for breakfast.
Combining the protein-packed goodness of meatloaf with the unbeatable energy boost from eggs, this breakfast option is not only satisfying but also supports your fitness goals.
So, let’s dive right in and discover how you can incorporate this scrumptious meal into your fitness diet and exercise routine.
The Meatloaf comprises approximately 50% grass-fed ground beef, while the remaining portion consists of mushrooms, cauliflower, parsley, and spices. This is not a veggie burger; it does not contain any soy or corn, just really good healthy veggies.
Furthermore, the combination of mushrooms and cauliflower adds a nutritious twist to the traditional meatloaf recipe, providing additional vitamins and minerals. The inclusion of parsley enhances the flavor profile, while the spices elevate the overall taste experience.
With its high protein content and wholesome ingredients, this meatloaf is an excellent choice for fueling your body and supporting your fitness goals.
Eggs are pasture-raised.
They come from free-range chickens that are allowed to roam and forage, resulting in eggs that are more nutrient-dense and flavorful. This ensures that you are getting the highest quality protein source to complement your fitness journey.
To make the meatloaf even more wholesome, it is baked to perfection instead of fried, reducing the amount of added fats. This cooking method helps retain the moisture and flavors of the ingredients while maintaining a healthier option for your fitness diet.
Including this meatloaf in your meal plan provides a satisfying and delicious way to meet your protein needs, supporting muscle growth and recovery. Whether you’re an athlete or simply trying to maintain a balanced diet, this meatloaf is a fantastic addition to your fitness routine.
Let’s Start cooking!
Start off by heating the cast-iron skillet and with the proper heat (just as the water starts to dance test) apply about a tablespoon of ghee.
Make sure the pan is thoroughly coated, whip clean, then add a good-sized slice of meatloaf.
After flipping the meatloaf add the eggs with 2 tablespoons of water. This will create steam to cook the top of the eggs and quickly cover them with a lid. And in less than 2 and a half minutes, it’s done.
So simple you can start this before your first cup of coffee.