Paleo Diet Recipes | Paleo Breakfast Mini Quiche

PaleoDietRecipes.net I found this recipe on LeanMachineNYC.com – its good stuff! I used cupcake muffin cups… and it worked out pretty well… Great for paleo breakfasts and paleo snacks. ****Recipe is from LeanMachineNYC.com***** —- Ingredients A dozen eggs Chopped vegetables Chopped cooked meat Splash of water (for fluffiness) Salt & Pepper You’ll also need: A pitcher A non-stick muffin tin Preheat oven to 350 degrees Chop a variety of vegetables such as spinach, broccoli, asparagus, roasted red peppers, mushrooms, sundried tomatoes, etc. Anything you have on hand will work. If you choose to use meat, such as bacon, cook it first. Break the eggs into a pitcher. Add a splash of water and season with salt and pepper. Mix well. Pour a small amount of the egg mixture into the muffin tin (fill each about 1/3 full). Sprinkle the meat and vegetables of your choice into the tin and then cover with more egg mixture. Cook for 15-20 minutes and then let them rest for 5 minutes before removing from the tin. For more recipes, and The Paleo Cookbooks, check out PaleoDietRecipes.net
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PaleoDietRecipes.net Check out another recipe from The Paleo Cookbook found at http Broccoli and Pine-Nut Soup Ingredients 1 onion, diced 1 Tbs oil 3 cups broccoli 3 cups chicken or vegetable stock ¼ cup pine-nuts Instructions Fry onion in a large pan with oil on medium heat until slightly browned. Add broccoli and stock and simmer for 10-15 minutes or until broccoli has softened. Cool slightly. Place in a food processor or use an electric blender to form a smooth texture. Heat to serve. PREPARATION TIME: 20-25 MINUTES Find more Paleo Diet Recipes at: PaleoDietRecipes.net

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  1. deusnz says:

    Hey! I just started to search for great Paleo ideas and making them at home! That one going to be next on my kitchen!

  2. wesdebaltz says:

    this is so annoying to watch

  3. beingvenus says:

    @Plum369 It’s actually unhealthy to eat raw egg whites. It’s fine to eat raw yolks but egg white have antinutrients in them.

    It’s safe to say that paleolithic man had access to fire so it’s possible they ate cooked eggs.

  4. FahadRyu says:

    @LuniaVideo yes paleo or otherwise nothing…I have a Masters degree in ITC, and i think we never needed machines.if u think about it, paleo or vegan is the real thing, none of that bread fries, chips chocolates n stuff like that,, machines and higher education is just needed to drive expensive cars , workouts, fashion n stuff.
    i made grilled chicken and egg whites no oil, no salt , with spices n lemon in chicken, and some cold water, tastes the same and i feel good

  5. LuniaVideo says:

    @FahadRyu The majority of our food is picked or harvested with machines, regardless of whether it’s organic or not. You can’t get away from that. If you’re concerned about machinery, then there really isn’t much you can eat, paleo or otherwise.

  6. FahadRyu says:

    @LuniaVideo why would u think of adding anything into paleo diet, u wanna customize it. u just look for a reason to eat more non paleo. they didnot eat oil and fry their food,. so just learn this.. no oil..by the way we need tools and machines to produce oil. they didnot even eat grains because tools and hard work was used.

  7. FahadRyu says:

    @LuniaVideo u can cook eggs on a non sticky pan, thats not a problem in million years.

    1. Jhett says:

      Touchdown! That’s a rlaely cool way of putting it!

  8. FahadRyu says:

    @LuniaVideo including products like oils is just gonna take u back where u started.

  9. FahadRyu says:

    @LuniaVideo there is a reason why 1 olive have very very very little oil. u can eat few olives that makes 1 drop of olive oil…while cooking u obviously use more than a drop..the way yaal use oils, i think yaal want oils to grow in watermelons. there is a reason why vegetable is vegetable…there is a reason that there is no oil in the world without processing..just eat ur fruits dont juice them, eat veges dont use them., drink spring water, eat local meat on fire with some spices thats all….

  10. LuniaVideo says:

    @FahadRyu They didn’t have olive oil, but they did have olives which is where people obviously get olive oil from.

    As far as oils go, Olive Oil is one of the healthiest things you can eat so I see no reason why it shouldn’t be included in a Paleo diet or any diet for that matter. The research done on olive oil’s health benefits is staggering, it would be foolish not to use it.

    1. Ival says:

      THX that’s a great awnesr!

    2. Kayli says:

      I relaly needed to find this info, thank God!

  11. xsugarcrispx says:

    @PaleoDietRecipes i workout at night due to work and healing.

    atm my breakfast is 4-6 egg whites/some salsa/maybe some turkey or chicken then an apple + almond butter

    i have a snack to get me to lunch aka steves original paleokit (i have one left ):

    lunch is either paleo sloopppyy joes with horse meat and apple/almond butter

    snack is almonds/fruit

    supper is chicken or meat w/ salad avoiding fruits late, any tips would be great 😀

  12. PaleoDietRecipes says:

    @xsugarcrispx I’d say fix up some eggs in the morning (90 minutes before you workout) along with at least two servings of fruit(like bananas). IMMEDIATELY after you workout make sure to consume at least two more servings of fruit (like apples) along with LOW FAT protein (like fish). As the day goes on eat less or no more fruit and consume fattier meats, nuts, and veggies.

    1. Neveah says:

      The forum is a brhigetr place thanks to your posts. Thanks!

    2. Chianna says:

      No more s***. All posts of this qlautiy from now on

  13. xsugarcrispx says:

    if your looking to build muscle and train hard aka crossfit, what would you reccomend for enhancing this meal or eating more of?

  14. quotidianlight says:

    @ashley122890 Depends on who’s plan your are following. Mark Sission and Robb Wolf are much more lenient on eggs than Cordain.

  15. Nimchimpsky1396 says:

    How can the paleo diet only allow a certain amount of any food…stop being so stupid.

    1. Jaundalynn says:

      I feel so much hapepir now I understand all this. Thanks!

    2. Sailor says:

      None can doubt the veracity of this arctile.

  16. ashley122890 says:

    How many servings Is this. Paleo diet only allows 6 eggs a week.

    1. Makaela says:

      That’s ralely thinking out of the box. Thanks!

    2. Titia says:

      AKAIK you’ve got the asnewr in one!

  17. PaleoDietRecipes says:

    @robgrant01 thanks for bringing up this very important point. .. I am going to make an annotation on the video soon, addressing this… thanks

  18. robgrant01 says:

    Great recipe. It looked like the muffin cups were aluminum. If so, I would not use aluminum and avoid any cookware with a synthetic, non-stick surface.

  19. BentBuddha says:

    yum. thanks
    Do you think you could put all those ingrediants into a blender, then pour into cups?

  20. Teresa says:

    Thanks for the recipe!!! Love it

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    it greatly increase tissue regeneration.

  21. FahadRyu says:

    @PaleoDietRecipes they cooked but not baked…im just saying, real paleo was, more meat, less fruit, and little vegetables, some eggs a year, cooked on fire without any ingredients or may be some spices,,i see people using olive oil saying its healthy, yea may be its healthy but cavemen had no oil. body dont need oil, it produces oil from the food we eat..and ur viewers can use the fire barbeque thingy that works with coal

    1. Taran says:

      You’re the graeetst! JMHO

    2. Lettice says:

      Now I know who the bnriay one is, I’ll keep looking for your posts.

  22. PaleoDietRecipes says:

    @FahadRyu are you saying that I should have my viewers go start a fire in the backyard, or that cavemen never cooked?

  23. FahadRyu says:

    you baked it, thats not paleo

  24. rayme4raw says:

    Looks great, I’ll have to try this.

  25. PaleoDietRecipes says:

    @SpreadingAwareness well my comment was meant to be partially a joke, but there is no way we will ever know how early humans cooked their eggs for sure. Scientists and anthropologists can only make educated guesses. I am not an anthropologist. But, i can imagine that this method of cooking might have crossed their minds!

  26. Ineke210000 says:

    True health and wisdom comes forth from compassion.
    New times need new heroes!
    Have the guts to go vegan!

    1. Staysha says:

      No more s***. All posts of this qaultiy from now on

    2. Vina says:

      Furrleaz? That’s marvelously good to know.

  27. mertvok says:

    How many servings does this make? Also, does this taste like brocolli cheddar soup?

    1. Danyon says:

      I sercahed a bunch of sites and this was the best.

    2. Dany says:

      Wow, this is in every respcet what I needed to know.

  28. TheBahaiGirl says:

    I’d recommend not using safflower oil. It’s not a natural oil. Coconut oil and olive oil are some of the best options because they aren’t pumped with chemicals to make it into an oil form.

    1. Karsen says:

      Boy that rlelay helps me the heck out.

    2. Caro says:

      I sreacehd a bunch of sites and this was the best.

  29. gaudetjaja says:

    Uh how is this ‘paleo’ food? This looks like very normal, healthy food to me…

    1. Tess says:

      I wanted to spend a miunte to thank you for this.

    2. Chuckles says:

      Geez, that’s unbeleivbale. Kudos and such.

  30. psalm143 says:

    I like this recipe, only I use slithered almonds and chop up a chicken breast and throw it all together. It goes wonderfully together.

  31. SpreadingAwareness says:

    looks nice, i love pine nuts. wish i could get the rest of my family to eat this stuff…

  32. PaleoDietRecipes says:

    @TrueGreatness73 yep I have made it both ways and i prefer the unblended too!

  33. TrueGreatness73 says:

    I would do that except not blend it. I rather do the chewing.

  34. ortsa123 says:

    i wouldn’t use safflower oil. it contains way too much omega-6, whether its rancid or not.

  35. drich51368 says:

    Really easy and quite good. I added some asparagus, and it worked well.

  36. canadianwoman61 says:

    It looked a bit thick to me. I wouldt hin it out with a little water or more broth.

    Glad you have a new spatula.

  37. PaleoRecipes says:

    love your videos. I wish I was more handy with a cam

  38. PaleoDietRecipes says:

    Yep, great idea, then it would be like making two different recipes at the same time!

    1. Jaydee says:

      I’m not wrohty to be in the same forum. ROTFL

    2. Johnavon says:

      You got to push it—this esesntial info that is!

  39. pookypoo77 says:

    this looks amazingly delicious!
    another option is to puree only 1/2 of your recipe and the other 1/2 as it was from your skillet. Mmmm it would be extra chunky and hearty

  40. PaleoDietRecipes says:

    Lol, yeah I threw it away. I’m wielding a new spatula now….look out!

    1. Cassara says:

      IJWTS wow! Why can’t I think of thgins like that?

    2. Ice says:

      Walking in the presence of giants here. Cool thinking all aruond!

  41. cobragod15 says:

    great looking recipe. . . .the melting spatula freaked me out just a bit tho. . . use something else! !….ha

  42. Keyon says:

    Now that’s sublte! Great to hear from you.

  43. Louisa says:

    I’m out of league here. Too much brain power on dsipaly!

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