Yields1 Serving
Prep Time5 minsCook Time5 minsTotal Time10 mins
 2 organic eggs
 2 big handfuls of spinach or kale or other greens of your choice and availability
 1 tsp organic butter/ghee or coconut oil
 0.50 onion
 0.50 capsicum (optional)
 1 tsp olive oil
 1 pinch of himalayan salt
 1 tbsp Bone broth powder (optional)
1

Poached Eggs:
Bring water to boil in a pan. Once it boils, reduce heat to medium. Add both eggs into the water and let sit for about 3 minutes (if you like them to be soft inside) or 5 minutes for them to be hardboiled. The softer, the healthier ☺.

2

Spinach:
Heat a dash of butter in a pan. Add chopped onion and let them cook in medium heat until glassy. Add Spinach, a pinch of sea or Himalayan salt, and ¼ cup of water. Let simmer until spinach is wilted (about 5minutes).

3

You may choose to add one tablespoon of high quality Bone broth (freshly cooked or as a powder like Planet Paleo Bone Broth) for extra nutrients, joint, skin and gut health support.

4

Serve spinach with eggs on top, chopped capsicum and a dash of olive oil.

Note: Don’t eat spinach more than 3x/week due to it’s high oxalate content. A better option, yet sometimes harder to get by option is bok choy. It packs in just as many nutrients as spinach, without the high oxalate content.

 

More alternatives to the spinach:

  •  Peas: Add a handful of frozen peas into hot water and let it sit until defrosted and warmed up. Don’t boil. Be aware that peas are higher in carbs, and as such should count towards your daily carb portion. 
  • Broccoli: Add broccoli to water, let water come to a boil and immediately remove the pan from the heat. Let the broccoli sit for a couple minutes in the hot water, until softened. 

Ingredients

 2 organic eggs
 2 big handfuls of spinach or kale or other greens of your choice and availability
 1 tsp organic butter/ghee or coconut oil
 0.50 onion
 0.50 capsicum (optional)
 1 tsp olive oil
 1 pinch of himalayan salt
 1 tbsp Bone broth powder (optional)

Directions

1

Poached Eggs:
Bring water to boil in a pan. Once it boils, reduce heat to medium. Add both eggs into the water and let sit for about 3 minutes (if you like them to be soft inside) or 5 minutes for them to be hardboiled. The softer, the healthier ☺.

2

Spinach:
Heat a dash of butter in a pan. Add chopped onion and let them cook in medium heat until glassy. Add Spinach, a pinch of sea or Himalayan salt, and ¼ cup of water. Let simmer until spinach is wilted (about 5minutes).

3

You may choose to add one tablespoon of high quality Bone broth (freshly cooked or as a powder like Planet Paleo Bone Broth) for extra nutrients, joint, skin and gut health support.

4

Serve spinach with eggs on top, chopped capsicum and a dash of olive oil.

Poached eggs with greens

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