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REAL food breakfast {or lunch!} of Champions | Avocado and Fried Egg Tortilla

Avocado and Fried Egg Tortilla | A Healthy Real Food Breakfast |From WholsesomeMommy.com

This is one of my FAVORITE breakfasts to date.  I LOVE avocados and they are loaded with powerful nutrition {rich in vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats for you brain.  This is a really quick recipe to whip up – it literally takes about 5 minutes. {See, REAL food doesn’t have to take hours in the kitchen!} But, the heartiness of this dish will stick with you much longer!  I actually enjoy making this for myself later in the morning {like brunch} and it leaves me satisfied until dinner!

It is tough to find real foods that are portable or that you can grab and take with you when you are short on time. {Short on time and in a hurry are often my middle name}.  So, this is a great solution! I made this for myself one day before rushing to go pick my son up from school.  I quickly toasted the tortilla while I fried my egg.  Threw it together and then cut it into pieces with a pizza cutter! In less than 10 minutes I was flying out the door with my plate in hand.  I just wrapped a small slice up with my fingers and stuffed it in as I drove down the road.

Now, I don’t recommend that you eat hurriedly while driving often.  Real food should be savored and enjoyed. But sometimes…life happens. So, just know this meal can be savored at the breakfast table with a nice cup of coffee or crammed in as you prepare for a long and hectic day at work {and it will give you the energy you need to get through that hectic day!}.

Print this out and add it to your clean eating recipe book.  It’s one you will want to visit often. :)

Avocado and Fried Egg Open Face Breakfast | From WholesomeMommy.com

Side note: If you are a mommy who is expecting or nursing this is THE breakfast you should eat – avocados are loaded with things your developing baby needs!  Avocados are great for developing brains and are known to be a good source of folateand vitamin B which is important for prevent neural-tube defects in fetuses.

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  1. Katie Ruenger's says:

    Hi Denise,
    Hello! I just started following your site and I’m so glad I did! I’ve been really inspired by you and your approach to A clean, healthy lifestyle. I wanted to say thank you! I’ve been afraid to try on my own but all our ideas have been so helpful. So,thank you and God bless!

    • Denisesawyer says:

      I’m so glad you found me too – and that you are enjoying the blog! :)
      I’m happy to have you here,
      Wholesome Mommy

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