Register for Account
To access some areas of the site you need to register for an account.Register Now
Dr. Seuss-Inspired Green Eggs and Ham
Number of Servings: 4
Serving Size: 1/2 cup eggs plus 1/2 oz ham
Go ahead - have some fun with your food! It doesn't get much more fun than eating cartoon-like green food. Not only a kid-pleaser, it's an entire family-pleaser.
|(2-oz) thick slices natural, lean, baked or smoked ham or turkey ham, each cut in half||2|
|garlic clove||1 large|
|loosely packed fresh basil leaves||0.50 cup|
|loosely packed fresh flat-leaf parsley leaves||0.25 cup|
|egg whites or 3/4 cup 100% egg white substitute||6 large|
|extra virgin olive oil||2 tsp|
|fresh lemon juice||2 tsp|
|unsalted butter||0.50 tsp|
Preheatoven to 275°F. Wrap the ham in foil and warm in the oven up to 15 minutes.2:
Meanwhile, puree the garlic, basil, parsley, egg whites, eggs, oil, and lemon juice in a blender on low speed for 1 minute or until the egg mixture is an even light green color.3:
Lightly coat a large nonstick skillet with natural butter-flavored cooking spray.4:
Place over medium heat and melt the butter in the skillet.5:
Add eggs and scramble for 3 minutes or until the eggs are done.6:
Serve eggs with a warm ham slice. Garnish with fresh basil or parsley sprigs, if desired.
|Calories from Fat n/a|
|Total Fat 6g|
|Saturated Fat 1g|
|Dietary Fiber 0g|
|Vitamin A n/a|
|Vitamin C n/a|
|Folic Acid n/a|
|Dietary Exchange 2 Lean Meat Total|
All-Natural Diabetes Cookbook, The
Jackie Newgent, RD
Most diabetes cookbooks rely on artificial sweeteners or not-so-real substitutions to reduce calories, sugar, and fat, but often at the expense of flavor. The All-Natural Diabetes Cookbook takes a different approach, focusing on naturally delicious fresh foods and whole-food ingredients to create fantastic meals that deliver amazing taste and well-rounded nutrition. And absolutely nothing is artificial. Natural, fresh cooking isn't just healthy-it's delicious!
You are not logged in. Please Log in.
You can continue without logging in and this information will be saved to a cookieContinue