The Easiest Baked Eggs With Veggies (Your New Favorite Breakfast)

April 25, 2018
The Easiest Baked Eggs With Veggies (Your New Favorite Breakfast) - Extremely tasty and versatile; baked eggs can be taken in so many different directions

On Responsibility

“It's not your fault if your kids mess up, but you are responsible for caring for them.  It's not your fault if your marriage didn't work, but it is your responsibility to understand why.  It's not your fault that food manufacturers make addictive foods, but .. 

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it is your responsibility to avoid them

It's not your fault that you've gained weight due to a metabolic issue, but it is your responsibility to heal it.  It's not your fault that someone brought cake into the office, but is your responsibility not to eat it, if you're on a detox/special diet

My most successful clients take personal responsibility for their actions.  My least successful clients disown their responsibility.  Fault induces guilt and shame.  Responsibility empowers you.  If you conflate the two you'll fall victim to external circumstances and will be stuck in inertia.  Responsibility makes you feel in control.  Because .. 

you are more than you believe”     ~ Dana James

 

Something I've thought a lot about these past few months.  We all have (or have had) something health-wise to deal with.  With all of the conflicting information out there, it can be hard to figure out what's wrong, and at times a bummer to go through the process of fixing it

But through it all, I'm forever in awe of how beautifully and wonderfully we've been made.  How every piece of our body has an important role to play.  How it's always working to weeble wobble itself back into balance.

All it needs from us is a helping hand

— —

Today, a continuation of a short series about SIBO

Part I covered what SIBO is and highlighted the amazing set of janitors that work overtime to keep our small intestines neat and tidy.  They have a big job!

Part II discussed the primary and secondary symptoms of SIBO, along with its ties to other conditions

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Underlying Causes of SIBO

What in the world could be causing SIBO?  Turns out, there could be many underlying reasons and these are four of the biggest ..

Problems with the Ileocecal Valve – Between the colon (large intestine) and the small intestine is a really important valve whose job is to keep the contents of the colon, in the colon.  If it's having trouble, then the bacteria we talked about in Part I can easily make their way into the small intestines

But what, you may wonder, causes it to become weak?  In most cases .. constipation

An aside about constipation – Our colons were designed to be a transport unit.  But when we have one (or fewer) bowel movements a day, it's acting like more of a storage unit instead.  In fact, someone who has just one bowel movement a day is storing the residual of six meals in their colon at all times. People with less than one a day?   They could be holding 10-12 (or more) meals

This is unfortunate for a whole host of reasons

Toxicity –  Our bodies are always clearing toxins.  A big part of what ends up in our colon is the toxicity that's been pulled out of the liver, traveled through the small intestines, and is waiting to be released.  Because the walls of the colon are permeable, if the waste isn't being cleared, it will be re-absorbed and end up right back in our bloodstream

Pressure on the Ileocecal Valve – When we're using the colon as a storage unit, there's constant pressure on the ileocecal valve.  Which can eventually lead to failure.  Thus the migration of the bacteria.  Thus the SIBO

 

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All SIBO isn't tied to constipation.  A couple of other triggers ..

Chronic Inflammation – The result of pathogens, food sensitivities, or diseases such as Celiac or Scleroderma.  Because of the inflammation they cause, the Ileocecal Valve can't close properly.  It's too swollen

Heavy to moderate alcohol use – As mentioned in Part II, 90% of alcoholics suffer from SIBO

(A quick note: For all of the people in my life who have their glass of wine (or homemade brew) every night, know I love you .. but here goes)

Even if we have just one drink, it takes our body about three days to fully recover and restore balance.  Therefore, someone falls into the category of “moderate drinker” if they drink every third day (or more).  Certainly, there's the amount to consider, as well as the frequency.  There's a big difference between having a glass of wine or a beer every third day .. a six-pack every other day .. or a pint of Jack Daniel's every night

We also know there's a difference between someone having a glass of wine or a bottle of beer, because so many people have problems with gluten (and beer typically contains gluten).  Not to mention, the combination of gluten and alcohol increases challenges with gluten by ten-fold.  This alone can be an issue

One must also consider the amounts.  The person who's drinking a glass of wine, compared to someone who's drinking the entire bottle.  Or the six-pack every-other-day that turns into a nightly occurrence

From the perspective of SIBO, these are the factors that are considered a significant amount and will put someone in the 90%.  The 90% of people, whether they want to consider themselves an alcoholic or just a heavy drinker, that will be challenged with SIBO

The Easiest Baked Eggs With Veggies (Your New Favorite Breakfast) - Extremely tasty and versatile; baked eggs can be taken in so many different directions

 

Antacids and Proton Pump Inhibitors – If you're someone who's struggled with symptoms of heartburn (aka acid reflux or GERD), you may also want to be tested for SIBO.  Especially if you regularly take antacids or have been prescribed a proton pump inhibitor (PPI)

One school of thought says “You have heartburn because there's too much stomach acid churning around down there.  We're going to give you a PPI to help you feel better”

With every action, there's an equal and opposite reaction, and it's not always what was intended.  Certainly, PPIs do minimize stomach acid, but at a significant cost to the small intestines.  Stomach acid serves as a preventative for keeping bacteria out of the small intestine.  Once it's been reduced, opportunistic bacteria that would typically be eliminated, go on to survive an flourish in their new home

The other school of thought?  “The reason you have heartburn isn't that your stomach acid is too high, instead, it's too low”

Huh?  Once stomach acid is low, it's almost a perfect storm.  Our bodies will have a hard time breaking down proteins specifically, but also minerals and B vitamins.  Undigested proteins lead to allergies and inflammation.  These, coupled with slower motility of our digestive system – remember the waves of electrical activity that move through our intestines – from Part I?

They all create a very unfortunate environment.  One where gas produced by the bacteria in the small intestine will put enough pressure on the small intestine and stomach to push the acid from the stomach and into the esophagus

It's an awfully uncomfortable feeling

What testing options are available and what are they looking for?  What wellness protocol should someone consider if their SIBO test was positive?

( to be continued .. )

The Easiest Baked Eggs With Veggies (Your New Favorite Breakfast) - Extremely tasty and versatile; baked eggs can be taken in so many different directionsThe Easiest Baked Eggs With Veggies (Your New Favorite Breakfast) - Extremely tasty and versatile; baked eggs can be taken in so many different directions

During this series, I've been featuring recipes that follow the low FODMAP diet, which is often recommended to someone recovering from SIBO

My breakfast arsenal includes the meals we've eaten enough times that they're committed to memory.  A few?  Bacon (always cooked in the oven), some sort of fruit salad (berries and yogurt, with granola for topping), greek yogurt pancakes, or eggs

In the egg category, they're mostly a simple scramble, or if I'm feeling fancy this spinach and cheese strata is a favorite. Lately, however, if I have an extra fifteen or twenty minutes at my disposal, I've taken a liking to baked eggs.  The first time I tried them I was charmed by how wonderful something so simple could taste.  These days, I'd add to the list: vegetarian, gluten/grain-free, as good for a weeknight dinner as it is a weekend brunch.

Oh, and did I mention they sure are pretty?

This idea is: make a filling, crack a couple of eggs, beat the whites, and bake.  You could do your veggie (or other) filling the night before and have them in the oven the next morning in under five minutes.  (Bake while blow drying?)

While I used simple veggies here, might I suggest

A spicy bean base with avocado and salsa on top

A goat cheese and herb base with creme fraiche on top

Any seasonal veggie with spices and cheese

Or even a maple-kissed version with something savory to complement the sweetness?

Enjoy!

xoxo

ps: This is Part III in a short series about SIBO. Parts I, II, IV, and V can be found .. herehere , here , and here

References used for this series can be found here

~ Adapted from What Should I Eat For Breakfast Today via Cup of Jo

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The Easiest Baked Eggs With Veggies
 
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Serves: 1 Serving
Ingredients
  • a handful of cherry tomatoes
  • olive oil
  • steamed broccoli (or any veggie blend you'd like - see above for some ideas)
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tbsp Greek yogurt
  • 1 tbsp butter
  • Salt and pepper
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 375F.
  2. Spread the cherry tomatoes on a baking sheet and drizzle with olive oil.
  3. Bake for about 20 minutes, or until they start to wrinkle.
  4. In the meantime, prep the other veggies
  5. Separate egg whites from yolks.
  6. Mix 1 tablespoon of Greek yogurt with the egg whites
  7. Lower the oven temp to 350
  8. Take a small baking dish and add one tablespoon of butter to it. Place it inside of an oven for a minute, or until the butter has melted
  9. Pour the egg white mixture, along with the veggies into the dish, before adding the yolks on top. Sprinkle with salt and pepper and bake for about 10-15 minutes
  10. Serve with tomatoes on the side
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 Serving Calories: 240 Fat: 17 g Carbohydrates: 13 g Sugar: 3 g Fiber: 4 g Protein: 11 g
 

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84 Comments

  • Reply Rosie Romance April 25, 2018 at 3:10 am

    I used to eat baked eggs quite a lot, but I’m slowly making all my homemade meals vegan. As I know I really enjoy baked eggs, I wonder if this same recipe can be adapted with tofu or any other egg replacement

  • Reply Iya - Louisa April 25, 2018 at 3:17 am

    How is it that your food always just looks amazing! I am pinning this straight away. another great recipe

  • Reply Alli Smith April 25, 2018 at 4:49 am

    I’m enjoying this series and the recipes following the low FODMAP diet. I seem to have heartburn a lot more in the last few months so I need all this information. The baked eggs with veggies is a beautiful, refreshing take on morning breakfast. Looks lovely!

  • Reply Heather April 25, 2018 at 5:26 am

    I have tried all different diets for my stomach issues and still haven’t found the cause. I’ve kept food logs for years, not usually the same foods cause it. These eggs and veggies look amazing, I’m going to have to try them.

  • Reply robin rue April 25, 2018 at 5:48 am

    I had never even heard of SIBO before (off to read your original post). My stomach is out of whack all the time, but I’ve just gotten used to it and learned what I can and cannot eat to make it have a tantrum.

  • Reply Komal April 25, 2018 at 6:55 am

    I love this SIBO series. It is super important to talk about and share. On the flip side those vine roasted tomatoes are gorg! Bet they taste even better with the eggs!

  • Reply Amber Myers April 25, 2018 at 7:08 am

    I like when you share info about SIBO. I don’t have it, but who knows down the line? Or perhaps a family member will eventually have it? So it’s good to know more.

    This is my kind of breakfast! I admit, I normally just have a cookie in the morning. But I’d much prefer this.

  • Reply Tasheena April 25, 2018 at 8:49 am

    Thank you for sharing the information about SIBO. Very informative post. The recipe looks so flavorful and savory

  • Reply Our Family World April 26, 2018 at 2:16 am

    Responsibility and fault are sometimes difficult to differentiate. I like “responsibility” more because it entails action. It requires issues to be acknowledged and rectified. I will have to start using that word more when I speak to my kids about some “failure” they feel they have.

  • Reply Carol Cassara April 26, 2018 at 2:36 am

    I just love how much I’m learning a long the way. It’s so important to understand more of what SIBO is and what it can do. That recipe sure look delicious especially if you use the freshest ingredients!

  • Reply London Mumma April 26, 2018 at 5:18 am

    I’ve never heard of SIBO before, but constitute to my bloating. But I would not mind being bloated if I get to eat this delicious dish for lunch.

  • Reply chubskulit rose April 26, 2018 at 6:32 am

    I absolutely agree with taking responsibility of the situation even if it’s not your fault. Putting yourself accountable is very important especially with your health and well being.

  • Reply Jenn @ EngineerMommy April 26, 2018 at 10:00 am

    These eggs look so delicious. I have dealt with heartburn before and I have heard the school of thought that says that it’s caused by too little stomach acid rather than too much. I have never been tested for SIBO but I might look into it.

  • Reply Karlyn Cruz April 26, 2018 at 10:19 am

    Wow. I had no idea SIBO was even a thing. I do notice a big difference when I have a glass every night. I thought it was actually good for your heart, but it seems like the total opposite. I’ll have to read this again but thank you for pointing this out. As we age, we have to be more careful with what we put in our body for sure. I’m starting to really understand it now that I’m only months away from 40! lol!

  • Reply Bethel Esmillarin April 26, 2018 at 10:26 am

    I couldnt agree more about taking responsibility in any circumstances we are given. And your health info is always worth to read! ☺️ Your recipe supports so much to your health info. Love it!!

  • Reply Ann Snook-Moreau April 26, 2018 at 12:10 pm

    I never knew how much drinking alcohol really affects your body! I am trying to cut down on my intake (not that it’s that much to begin with but still). Also, I’m excited to see all your low FODMAP recipes . . . I have no health reasons that require that but I’m intrigued by the diet.

  • Reply MELANIE EDJOURIAN April 26, 2018 at 12:22 pm

    I don’t really get heartburn myself luckily unless you count during pregnancy. Loving the egg recipe it looks delicious and the mix of ingredients make it a nice hearty breakfast. Baked tomatoes and mushrooms add so much flavour, yum!!!

  • Reply Angela April 26, 2018 at 12:52 pm

    anything that helps combine veggies to food is A+ on my book. I have been looking around for ideas already as my little one is starting to want foods. This baked egg is perfect for us.

  • Reply Kristy Bullard April 26, 2018 at 1:59 pm

    I love roasted cherry tomatoes! They sound so good with those baked eggs. And broccoli and mushrooms sound wonderful. I might add red peppers and onions too.

  • Reply Jacqueline April 26, 2018 at 2:54 pm

    Breakfast &n Brunch are most favourite meals of the day. I can’t tell you the pleasure I got from looking at this. My mouth watered. This is super easy to make.

    Now that the weather is warming up. I’ll be entertaining al fresco so I’ll put this on my list of things to make. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  • Reply Sam April 26, 2018 at 4:45 pm

    These look so delicious! I’m always looking for ways to make breakfast a little healthier! It’s so easy for me to just grab something on the way out of the house because it’s quicker, but it’s not always better. I’ll have to try making these one night for the next day! Thanks for the recipe!!

  • Reply Britney April 26, 2018 at 4:57 pm

    Omg this is crazy. I think this is what I’ve been experiencing for the past few months. Thank God for sending me to your site. It’s a long story but it sounds like I’ve been having the same exact issues but apparently now I have something to talk with my doctor about. I’ll get it checked out to be sure but thank you so much for putting this out!!!!!!

  • Reply Jhilmil Bhansali April 26, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    Knowing that 90% of people who drink alcohol have SIBO, this was something startling for me. I have known few people who have been on antacids for heartburn and later they were tested positive for SIBO as well. So, I’m really happy that you are pushing out this series as this baked eggs with veggies seems simple, yet filling and delicious.

  • Reply Trina April 26, 2018 at 8:10 pm

    This looks delicious! I am always looking for easy and yummy meal ideas and my kids love eggs!

  • Reply Shoshana Sue April 26, 2018 at 11:53 pm

    Today is a public holiday over here and I can tell you right now when I get out of bed, I will make this baked eggs with veggies breakfast because I have most of the ingredients in the house.

  • Reply Jennifer L April 27, 2018 at 2:13 am

    I love the look at responsibility vs fault and knowing the difference. We’re not usually at fault for what ails us, but it’s definitely our responsibility to reach, make changes and try to heal from it. Constipation can definitely lead to diffficulties. I know I’ve suffered from some it in the pass. Love the incorporation of veggies to eggs.

  • Reply The London Mum April 27, 2018 at 5:12 am

    I’ve never thought of separating the egg whites and beating them first.. that’s a great tip…

  • Reply Elizabeth O April 27, 2018 at 7:06 am

    Oh wow this dish looks incredibly delicious. How creative to cook it all up like this, definitely one to try! Thank you for sharing it with us!

  • Reply Lauren Ashley April 27, 2018 at 7:30 am

    I just love everything about this! Everyone can dig right in!!I would love to try making this recipe

  • Reply Jennifer Prince April 27, 2018 at 9:10 am

    Lol on the frog comic! And I love easy, morning egg recipes. The tomatoes look perfectly cooked and oh so delicious. I love your recipes!

  • Reply Laura Dove April 27, 2018 at 9:17 am

    Oh wow they look AMAZING!! I usually just fry our eggs, I never thought to bake them like that! YUM!

  • Reply Jeanette April 27, 2018 at 10:35 am

    This looks absolutely amazing! Everything that you mentioned in this post is definitely something I go through. I’ve never been tested for anything but I probably should. I want to make this meal like right now! LOL

  • Reply David Allen Elliott April 27, 2018 at 11:47 am

    It’s such an interesting discussion about the things we eat in our diet and the choices we make when it comes to food. I really believe that much of life is about balance. The ability to enjoy the things in life because we were made to enjoy them. But at the same time the realization that you can have too much of a “good thing.” As for the SIBO that whole part about the constipation made me think about my daughter as she was in the hospital for constipation clearing her out for four days. It really did a number on her and made her think she was having a UTI when she was not. Just crazy. The recipe does look pretty delicious and fun though. Just reminds me I need to get out my cast iron skillet and use it more often. 🙂

  • Reply Karen Morse April 27, 2018 at 12:08 pm

    It’s really nice to learn more about this because I have no idea what could happen and what the symptoms are if you have issues regarding your gut.

    I would love to give that recipe a try, it sounds absolutely delicious!

  • Reply Elaine April 27, 2018 at 12:41 pm

    I first heard about SIBO two years ago and it’s amazing what a good diet can do to help with that! This recipe looks sooo delicious too. Sometimes when we think about a restrictive diet it doesn’t sound that appetizing… I could almost taste this recipe, LOL! I can’t wait to try it.

  • Reply Melissa Chapman April 27, 2018 at 12:41 pm

    That is a very pretty and healthy way to serve eggs and the vegetables with it make it a great way to send the kids off to school, I am not a ware of any SIBO or other gastro problems but I learned a lot from you about it.

  • Reply Melanie williams April 27, 2018 at 1:15 pm

    Alcohol is not great for you, hence why I no longer drink it. Healthy me, and looks like this breakfast is a lovely veggie breakfast treat x

  • Reply Eloise April 27, 2018 at 1:29 pm

    every time I look at your posts I become hungry, they’re always so flavorful and hearty looking… much like this breakfast that I will have to try this weekend now! thank you!

  • Reply Bella April 27, 2018 at 3:02 pm

    My mummy could do with a helping hand especially at breakfast time and this looks like a meal that would keep everyone happy!

  • Reply Sarah Bailey April 27, 2018 at 3:48 pm

    I have to admit I’ve not heard of SIBO before, it sounds like something that could be affecting so many people!

    Your recipe sounds absolutely delicious as well!

  • Reply Lindsay April 27, 2018 at 4:58 pm

    First, this recipe looks fantastic. I love one pot meals. Second, I find it refreshing to see a perspective that urges taking ownership of your own health choices—specifically, in taking action to correct your health problems. We all have far more power than we realize.

  • Reply Pat April 27, 2018 at 5:05 pm

    What great photos of food! You’re right about constipation. It creates a storage unit of bacteria that attacks our bodies.

  • Reply Shannon Sawicki April 27, 2018 at 5:29 pm

    I usually eat something similar but fry my eggs. I will try baking them this weekend. Looks so good.

  • Reply Amalia Silva April 27, 2018 at 6:53 pm

    I did not knew much about SIBO but I’m glad you brought it up to inform more people. Also think it’s really good you’re showing recipes that are good for people suffering from this, I personally love eggs for breakfast in any style too!

  • Reply Rachel April 27, 2018 at 9:17 pm

    I need to go back and read all of your posts about SIBO. It sounds like you are describing me and my bowels!

  • Reply Anosa April 28, 2018 at 1:57 am

    I just realised I didn’t really know much about SIBO until reading your post, and loved the first part about responsibility and the blame game.

  • Reply Gomama247 April 28, 2018 at 12:32 pm

    This is mine favorite breakfast as well. I love eating baked eggs.

  • Reply Gladys Parker April 28, 2018 at 1:10 pm

    This could have so many varieties, I’d definitely have mine scrambled. As for SIBO this sounds more like my adult son’s problem every time I read a new part. He has an appointment next month hopefully we can find out something. Thanks for bringing this disorder up and posting about it.

  • Reply Lauretta April 28, 2018 at 1:32 pm

    Thanks for sharing all this helpful info plus a very delicious recipe. I just love this!

  • Reply emman damian April 28, 2018 at 2:07 pm

    Baked Eggs With Veggies is now my favorite breakfast item. I usually like my eggs with tomatoes, bacon and fresh basil. Dash it with salt and pepper. It is love! Great recipe btw.

  • Reply Becca Talbot April 28, 2018 at 3:53 pm

    I’d never even heard of SIBO until reading this post, so thanks for all of that info – I’m going to look into it a bit more and read your other posts. These baked eggs look so simple and easy to make, and really nutritional too. Will have to give them a try! x

  • Reply Sara Welch April 28, 2018 at 10:23 pm

    With food this healthy, it has to be good for the guts! I really want to try this one out sometime!

  • Reply Kita Bryant April 28, 2018 at 10:26 pm

    Oh I could just taste this recipe now! With food like that, my heartburn would not react a bit!

  • Reply Acupofassamtea April 28, 2018 at 10:48 pm

    Baked eggs look incredible at the same time super healthy. I can’t wait to try it.

  • Reply Mayuri Saxena April 29, 2018 at 2:07 am

    It is so important to take personal responsibility for your actions. I have never come across Low FODMAP diet and SIBO but I am going to read linked posts to understand it better. I loved the recipe and I am going to try it out…I love baked eggs! 🙂

  • Reply Ricci April 29, 2018 at 8:17 am

    Now this looks delicious! I am always on the lookout for new and different breakfast recipes and this one is one I would love to eat!!

  • Reply Msddah April 29, 2018 at 8:25 am

    Responsibility and fault are most certainly not the same. I dont even think nearly enough people know the different. More education in certainly needed there.

  • Reply Kara April 29, 2018 at 1:54 pm

    I have not tried baked eggs before but the recipe looks scrummy. Will have to give it a try

  • Reply Akamatra April 29, 2018 at 2:05 pm

    It’s a good think I don’t like alcohol. I think you are now a SIBO master of a kind with all this knowledge. And I couldn’t agree more on fault and responsibility!

  • Reply Joanna April 29, 2018 at 3:42 pm

    What a great dish for a great weekend breakfast! This would also fly in our house for dinner!

  • Reply Debra Hawkins April 29, 2018 at 3:47 pm

    I think I need to look into this more. I had actually never heard of it before! The food looks great too!

  • Reply Tomi C April 29, 2018 at 9:15 pm

    Thanks for sharing this info on SIBO. I have a few family members who have Crohn’s and IBS and they’ve got to be really careful to avoid foods which may cause indigestion and heartburn. Funny thing eggs are one of the foods that don’t irritate their tummies so this is a recipe they may be able to enjoy.

  • Reply Heather April 29, 2018 at 9:57 pm

    What a beautiful breakfast idea! I don’t eat eggs anymore but I bet my kids would love this!

  • Reply Kacie Morgan April 30, 2018 at 7:11 am

    I’ve been hunting for low carb breakfast ideas so I will be pinning this for future reference – thank you! 🙂

  • Reply lisa prince April 30, 2018 at 7:30 am

    oh wow this looks to die for but in a good way i would definitely way this for a breakfast , dinner or tea x

  • Reply Jenni April 30, 2018 at 8:05 am

    I would love this and hopefully it would get my little man to eat more veg!

  • Reply Denni April 30, 2018 at 10:28 am

    Saw your recipe on Facebook and made it Sunday for brunch and it was finger licking delicious , omg even hubby like it and he usually doesn’t like eggs that much ! Now got to scout your blog for more! Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe with us

  • Reply Ana De- Jesus April 30, 2018 at 2:50 pm

    I agree that there is definitely a difference between something being your responsibility and being your fault, although the two definitely do interlink at times, like you said when a kid makes mess its not neccessarily your fault but it is your job to look after them. On another note I was interested to hear more about SIBO and how certain foods can aggravate the condition and make the symptoms worse. Which is why this baked egg dish is SIBO friendly but is also super delicious and best of all ITS VEGETARIAN YAY! I am excited to try it out tonight, I even brought some eggs and veggies in preparation, I am going to make it with broccoli, cabbage and green beans 🙂

  • Reply Chinedu May 1, 2018 at 5:00 am

    I LOVED this post. Fault and responsibility are different. We can not always control what happens to us but we CAN control how we respond to it. There is a sense of empowerment I agree, we owe it to ourselves really. And the information about SIBO was very useful, as I will try to bear this in mind. Our bowel movement is a topic we don’t discuss enough! The egg and veggie dish looks scrumptious and filling. I will deffo try that out at home soon! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  • Reply Autumn May 1, 2018 at 9:10 am

    I love following along with your SIBO series – such great information that I didn’t know about before. This baked eggs dish looks amazing, I am going to try it out this weekend!

  • Reply Ana Ojha May 1, 2018 at 3:25 pm

    I had no idea about SIBO but you’ve shared an extensive piece of information. Have bookmarked your other SIBO posts for reading at night. I’m always up for any recipes with eggs and the baked eggs with veggies look incredibly delicious and colorful. It will be perfect breakfast/brunch treat on the weekends!

  • Reply Michele Dennis May 2, 2018 at 3:34 pm

    Having health issue’s myself that I have been naturally managing for about 6 years now, I cannot stress enough how important our food choices are in battling diseases of any kind! Eggs are a huge staple in my diet and this baked egg and veggie dish sounds like it’s going to fit right into my food plan and I can’t wait to make it!

  • Reply Renata May 3, 2018 at 6:43 am

    Totally agree on the responsibility part – especially when it comes to processed produce. I sometimes do buy frozen stuff and do not churn every mayonnaise I use, but I do try to avoid processed stuff – and do not understand why people buy e.g. pancake mix – it’s like three ingredients everyone has at home….
    The recipe is – as always – great. During the week, I stick to fresh fruit in yoghurt and granola for breakfast, but when travelling or on Sundays, I eat ‘worse’, so a nice egg dish is just perfect; and the veggies will do their part, anyway.

  • Reply Azlin Bloor May 7, 2018 at 2:32 pm

    Wow, that was a very educational article, I learnt a lot from this post, Ali. I think far more people suffer from various forms of digestive aliments than we think.
    I love baked eggs of all kinds and this looks amazing, and to me. With the veggies, it would be perfect for any meal of the day, I reckon.

  • Reply Sigrid Says May 8, 2018 at 9:49 am

    I hate this part: “It’s not your fault that someone brought cake into the office, but is your responsibility not to eat it, ” hahaha Truth is, it’s hard for me to resist food. LOL

    Anyway, my kids like egg recipes and this looks gorgeous. Will cook this for them this weekend when I get back 😀

  • Reply Michael Satterfield May 8, 2018 at 12:33 pm

    This looks so good, I should really never visit your site when I am hungry. Picking up stuff to make this when I go to the store tonight on the way home!

  • Reply Kathy Myers May 8, 2018 at 4:38 pm

    Yum! We have chickens and a garden, most of these I can pick fresh. I am trying to live a healthier lifestyle and this will be my next recipe to try. Thanks for the info!

  • Reply Macy May 8, 2018 at 8:14 pm

    Great recipe ! I always wonder how people get the perfect egg yolk sitting on top of the egg white. Now I know thanks to your tip! Separate the egg white and mix with yogurt first before adding the yolk on top! I should try it next time!

  • Reply Daisy May 9, 2018 at 12:35 pm

    This dish sounds absolutely delicious and I’m sure my family will love it! I like that it is a simple recipe that I will enjoy making.

  • Reply The Panicked Foodie May 9, 2018 at 1:43 pm

    I have heard of SIBO before, but never really quite understood what it was. Thank you for taking the time to explain it, and what the dietary implications are. And this dish looks delicious! I might have to try this out sometime.

  • Reply Blair villanueva May 10, 2018 at 12:14 am

    I would like to try to cooked your baked eggs recipe, coz i think this is awesome for breakfast (and i love breakfast!). It looks delicious and your camera captures its savory impact.

  • Reply Patrice Boothe May 10, 2018 at 5:10 am

    I can’t wait to try this recipe I am saving this for later! Your photography is always fab!

  • Reply Laurence May 10, 2018 at 6:59 pm

    additional details for SIBO, that I’m not aware of. Love the recipe, since I like eggs, And maybe I can add mushrooms to it. Goat cheese will really be great for this one. A really good savory dish.

  • Reply Stella May 20, 2018 at 4:05 pm

    I have never had baked eggs and veggies before. This sounds and looks very tasty. I some form of eggs almost everyday so will try this recipe. I have some cherry tomatoes in the fridge and I think I have the rest of the ingredients.

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