Category Archives: Eggs

Green Eggs and Ham, 15 grams protein, 283 calories

Yes, I do like them! However, I paired my deviled green eggs with turkey bacon in this photo. Three deviled eggs with three slices of bacon should fill you up and be a really delicious meal. The eggs are really easy to make.  If your cooking skills are exceptional and you are capable of burning water, then try this tip.  Place the eggs into a small saucepan and fill with water only until the eggs are covered.   Boil on high for about two minutes until…

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Mock Potato Salad with Cauliflower, 6 grams protein, 68 calories

Cauliflower is a virtuous replacement for potatoes.  When flavored properly, this tastes like the real thing. In this recipe, the cauliflower is cooked in the microwave for convenience. You can cook it on the stove, but make sure not to overcook. You want the florets to still hold shape and not get mushy. Ingredients:  3 hard-boiled eggs 2 pickles (or 6 mini dill) 8 ounces cauliflower Dressing: 2 oz. Greek Yogurt, 0% 1 teaspoon spicy brown  mustard 1 teaspoon chopped dill (or 1 frozen cube)…

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Three-Cheese Avocado Bites, 11 grams protein, 265 calories

Your home will smell like breakfast when these are baking in the oven.   The finest of omelettes packed into a muffin cup for quick meal prep. Keep refrigerated, and reheat as needed. Two muffins is a single meal serving, since they weigh about 2 ounces each. This recipe will prepare you for six meals. The avocado and olive oil will give you the essential fatty acids that you will need for breaking down the protein. Ingredients: 4 eggs 1 ripe Fresh California Avocado, seeded, peeled and diced…

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Egg and Meat Muffin Cups, 14 grams protein, 129 calories

If you are having a productive day and want to cook meals for the week, this gluten-free and flourless muffin recipe will be your perfect investment of your time. I love to prepare these in little containers and then eat them throughout the week for breakfast, lunch, or even dinner; whatever catches my fancy.  It tastes like a meat stew in a cup, or maybe even a breakfast corned beef hash in a muffin.  Enjoy it fresh and warm, cold, or room temperature at work.…

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Hungarian Layered Rakott Krumpli, 5.6 grams protein, 142 calories

This is a traditional Hungarian delight, fattening and satisfying to potato seekers. However, after weight loss surgery, it is important to bring in nutrition from various food groups. In this recipe, you might consider mixing the sour cream with part greek yogurt and pack in the extra proteins.   Serve warm. Reheat leftovers. Ingredients: 4 ounces sour cream  (2g,193c) 2 ounces shredded cheese (7g, 80c) 1 lb. potato (or 1 giant idaho potato) (7g, 283c) 2 hard boiled eggs [12g, 156c] salt & pepper to taste…

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Easy-Chew Creamy Potato Salad, 3.8 grams protein, 125 calories

Potato salad is an easy-chew option for those days when you are struggling to get food down.  Stays fresh in the fridge for several days.  It works very well for a lunch meal away from home. Ingredients: 1 lb. potato (or 1 giant idaho potato) (7g, 283c) 2 hard boiled eggs [12g, 156c] 1 ounce sour pickles (or one large pickle)  (0g,5c) 2 heaping tablespoons mayonnaise (0g, 180c) salt & pepper to taste Directions: Boil the unpeeled potato in water until cooked. It might take…

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Dreamy Creamy Pancakes, 9.5 grams protein per 4 ounce meal (soft enough for bariatric puree)

There are no words.   I will stop talking now. Ingredients: 1 ripe banana, mashed 2 eggs 1/8 teaspoon baking powder 1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon (optional) 2 ounces Greek yogurt 2 tablespoons lite pancake syrup Directions: chop first four ingredients in food processor poor mixture into a cup Use the cup to pour six equal amounts onto griddle or frying pan (medium setting). Flip pancakes when mixture begins to form tiny bubbles Remove when golden. Drain fat on paper towel Mix pancake syrup with Greek yogurt…

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Cottage Cheddar Scramble, 12.5 grams protein per 4 ounce meal

A high-protein breakfast that can be whipped up in minutes. Directions:  Scramble the egg with the cheeses, and add salt and pepper.  Cook like a regular scrambled egg. Ingredients: Ounces Grams Protein Calories Egg, large 1.75 6 70 Cottage Cheese 1 2.5 20 Shredded Cheese 1 4 40 Totals: 3.75 12.5 130     Related PostsEgg-n-Cheese Omelette, 14 gram protein per 4 oz breakfast meal10000Ingredients: 1 egg (6g) 2 ounce shredded cheese  (8g) ¼ ounce sauteed onions (one cube sliced into four slivers) salt & pepper to…

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Marinated Mozzarella Omelette, 14 grams protein

Have you seen these containers of marinated mozzarella balls at the gourmet cheese isle in your supermarket?  Here’s one quick way to add 4 grams of protein to your meal with just one ounce of mozzarella. Ingredients: 1 ounce (or two small balls) marinated mozzarella (4) 1 egg (6g) 1 ounce shredded mozzarella (4g) Salt & Pepper to taste. Directions: Spray small frying pan with oil spray. Heat the mozzarella balls on a medium flame until half melted. Pour in one egg, scrambled. Sprinkle with…

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Tuna Omelette, 16.5 grams of protein per 4 oz meal

Before RNY, I prepared portions of tuna blended with pickle juice and greek yogurt.  It totaled to 10g of protein per 2 oz portion.  Here I used one portion of the tuna puree to make a breakfast omelette by mixing it up in a pot with 1 tablespoon of shredded cheese and one ounce eggbeaters. The results: A yummy pureed meal with 16.5 grams of protein! Related PostsEgg-n-Cheese Omelette, 14 gram protein per 4 oz breakfast meal10000Ingredients: 1 egg (6g) 2 ounce shredded cheese  (8g) ¼ ounce sauteed onions (one…

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