Healthy Eating- Scrambled Bagel

Hello Lovelies! As most of the people who follow my blog know, I’ve gotten an offer to sign with a larger modeling company out in LA! Thanks to my IMTA convention I attended the first week of January 🙂 Because of that, I’ve been getting in a real health kick to get my measurements right to get started with them. I’ve been reading blogs and watching YouTube videos about healthy meals and making my own. We’re on a super tight budget and, I’m sure you guys know, eating healthy is expensive! But there are ways to do it. So with what we’ve got, I’ve been eating my lean meats, lots of spinach, eggs, oats, and the likes!

Yesterday for lunch I had the most amazing bagel that I just threw together in the morning. I call it the Scrambled Bagel. I had to be at basketball practice at 6 am and was also subbing that day at the high school so I knew I just needed to bring a lunch with me. Plus it was sooo early and I did not want to put in the effort to drive home to make something then drive back. I was running a little late so I threw the ingredients for this baby in a tupperware container, not knowing if they were actually going to be good together (but they’re all good for you so it counts for something right?) Now look at that beaut. I even tossed together the recipe for you 😉

 

Ingredients:

1 Whole Wheat Bagel

2 Eggs

Handful of Spinach

Handful of Shredded Mozzarella Cheese

Legit, that’s it. I tossed the eggs in with the spinach and cheese, whipped it up, scrambled it, and spooned it on top of my bagel. It took like less than five minutes and I was in heaven, it was seriously so good. And there was so much protein in it. It filled me up and even gave me enough energy to finish out the rest of my subbing day 😉

What’s your favorite healthy recipe? Share it with me below, I need more ideas to stay in my groove!

  • Cortney O’Connor

    One of my favorite make-ahead healthy breakfast recipes is overnight oats. You put 1/2 cup oats, 2 Tbsp peanut butter, 1 Tbsp chia seeds into a jar. Fill the jar just so it covers the oats with milk or almond milk. Let it sit in the fridge overnight. In the morning, I like to chop up a banana and a bit more milk to add to it, and maybe a bit of granola, or not. It’s delicious and fast!

    • Sierra

      Yes! I love love love overnight oats! I make them in bulk batches ha! If you like coconut, you should try chocolate coconut overnight oats, they’re super good too. But my favorite is chocolate chip banana 😀 I never thought about adding granola, but that sounds really good too!