Garden Goodness Eggs

Serves 4


This egg dish is a hearty & healthy start to the day! This is a great way to get veggies into your family first thing in the morning! It’s super antioxidant offering over 200% of the RDA for vitamin C and over 100% of the RDA for vitamin A!

What You’ll Need:

A Large Skillet with a Cover

A Sharp Kitchen Knife

Measuring Cups & Spoons

A Wooden Spoon


4 Cups Chopped Tomatoes

2  Bell Peppers of Different Colors, Sliced

1 Onion, Sliced

1 T. Minced Garlic

1 Tblsp Olive Oil or Grapeseed Oil

2 Tsp. Organic Cumin

1 Tsp. Smoked Paprika

1 Tsp. Sea Salt

2 Cups Frozen Green Peas

1/4 Cup Basil, Chopped

Shakes of Hot Sauce to Personal Taste

8 Organic Large Eggs


How To Put It Together:

1) Preheat the pan over medium high heat. You will know that the pan is ready when you place your hand about one inch above the pan’s surface and you feel heat radiating up from the pan. Now add your oil and swirl it around the pan.

2) To the pan, add the sliced onion and saute until just opaque. Now add the yellow pepper and stir it around the pan for about a minute. Add the chopped tomatoes, stirring well to mix the vegetable together. Add the cumin, smoked paprika, sea salt and hot sauce. Give the pan a stir and add the frozen peas, stir again.
3) Using the wooden spoon, make a small bowl-like indentation in the sauce and crack an egg into the space. Repeat the process with the rest of the eggs. Cover the pan and let the eggs cook until just firm, about 5 minutes.
4) Serve and enjoy!

Nina’s Tasty Tip:

This egg dish can be served at anytime of day. It makes a great lunch or light supper too.



257 Calories
19 Grams Protein
11 Grams Total Fat
3 Grams of Saturated Fat
0 Grams Trans fat
23 Grams Carbohydrate
7 Grams Fiber
12 Grams Sugar
203% RDA of Vitamin C
104% RDA of Vitamin A
62% of RDA of Vitamin K
48% RDA of Selenium
38% RDA of Riboflavin
34% RDA of Folate
33% RDA of Manganese
32% RDA of Phosphorus
30% RDA of Vitamin B6
25% RDA of Iron
25% RDA of Potassium
18% RDA of Copper
16% RDA of Magnesium
15% RDA of Zinc
• Glycemic load: 9