Easy Paleo Grass Fed Beef and Zucchini Frittata –
One of the most common problems I hear from people is that they do not have time to make a good breakfast. Well the good news is that you can make this on the weekend and then eat it all week. Just cut off a slice and heat it in your toaster. You don’t need the toaster for bread anymore, right?
I like this dish room temperature and even cold isn’t too bad if you are really on the run. This is a full meal with veggies, meat, eggs and plenty of healthy fat. I love the zucchini because it keeps the eggs moist during baking. What else do you need? Maybe some raw kraut (for good probiotics) to go with it?
Many studies show that people who skip breakfast are more likely to be obese and and have blood sugar imbalances. From my years of experience working with clients, most who skipped breakfast binge eat at night. Don’t be a statistic on a SAD (standard American Diet), eat a healthy breakfast full of fat and protein today (and everyday)!
Easy Paleo Grass Fed Beef and Zucchini Frittata
1 tbsp of butter/ghee/ palm oil
8 oz grass fed ground beef, crumbled
1 clove of minced garlic
1/2 minced onion
4 thinly sliced zucchini’s (get organic because Zucchini’s are GMO now)
Real Salt and pepper to taste
Turn the oven on to 350. Saute the onions in the butter over medium heat for 3 minutes in a Cast Iron 12-Inch Pre-Seasoned Skillet. Add the sliced zucchini, beef and garlic saute for 5-7 more minutes until the beef is done and the zucchini is tender. Add Real Salt and pepper. Remove from heat and add the beaten egg, making sure it covers meat and veggies evenly. Heat in the oven for 8-10 minutes or until the egg is firm. Let it cool for 5 minutes then serve.
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Sara Grambusch says
Zucchinis are GMO now??? UGH. Is nothing sacred? Zucchini is my number one veggie.
This looks great. I’m always running out of ideas for breakfast. I found this while looking up recipes with grass fed beef. I’m going to try this one.