VEGETABLE BREAKFAST BOWL

VEGETABLE BREAKFAST BOWL

What ever your dietary or lifestyle likes or needs are, there is nothing more nutritious than a bowl of vegetables, hence the reason I created this recipe for the vegetable breakfast bowl.
For those of you who like meat, like my caveman, you can add bacon to this. That’s the reason why I added bacon, homemade bacon to it. You can find the recipe for the bacon is in my cookbook (COOK food EAT clean LIVE happy page 31)
For those who eat either vegetarian or vegan then there’s no need to add the bacon therefore either way, whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, snack or dinner this is an easy meal to prepare and ready in less than 10 minutes!
Great for those busy days or nights when time is of the essence and your tummy is grumbling for something wholesome and nutritious.
With leafy greens like  bok choy and kale for antioxidants and vitamins C and K, mushrooms and sweet potato (kumera) and pepitas (pumpkin seeds) for protein, antioxidants, iron, zinc and magnesium…….enjoy the  goodness of  this vegetable breakfast bowl at any time.

 

 

Vegetable Breakfast Bowl

3 tablespoons Coconut oil
1 medium Brown onion, diced (can use the green part of 2 spring onions)
2 cloves Garlic, crushed or 2 tablespoons garlic infused olive oil
1 bunch Bok Choy, chopped roughly
6 Kale leaves, washed and chopped roughly
8 button mushrooms, sliced
1 small sweet potato, peeled and grated
¼ cup Pepitas (pumpkin seeds)
2 – 3 tablespoons Coconut Aminos
Pinch Sea salt
2 – 4 rashers of Bacon,  optional

METHOD

Heat coconut oil in large frypan over medium heat, add onion and garlic and cook for 1 to 2 minutes making sure to stir well. To the frypan add the bok choy, kale, mushrooms and grated sweet potato, stir through, put lid on and cook until tender,  for approximately 2- 3  minutes.

Add pepitas, coconut aminos and salt, stir to combine then  divide the mixture between two bowls. Serve

 

 

** If adding Bacon, fry bacon separately in another frypan with a little coconut oil until cooked to your liking. Serve on top of vegetables. Or add after step one.

Serves 2

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