I was first turned on to avocados and eggs for breakfast when I was starting Bootcamp 18. It was a great way to get in healthy fats and protein. But mornings would always end up with me trying to multi-task, getting ready for work, handling a toddler, and frying an egg. It didn’t always end up well, or as delicious as I had hoped. With Avocado and Organic Baked Eggs, I can toss this in the oven and use those precious 30 minutes or so to do what I need to do. The Organic Jalapeño Cornbread Muffins are easy enough to make ahead of time too. The creamy texture of the avocado and the warm yolk are a perfect contrast to the cornmeal muffin. The hint of spice of the jalapeños
The creamy texture of the avocado and the warm yolk are a perfect contrast to the cornmeal muffin. The hint of spice of the jalapeños wake your taste buds up, which is just what you need in the morning. Add just a bit of honey to your muffin and it will only intensify the jalapeño’s kick.
Each week when I browse the weekly ads, soI try to get inspired by what’s in season and on sale. This week, it was avocados! The small avocados were advertised, but to my surprise, the large ones were also on sale for an equivalent price. That was enough of a reason for me toss them in the cart and head over to the organic eggs, also on sale. I loved that the organic eggs were actually less than some of the non-organic brands. The rest of my shopping came together pretty quickly and ended up under budget. This organic recipe comes in at only $1.11 person. That’s $4.35 for the entire meal! The recipe for cornbread muffins makes 12, but I’ve only included the cost for the 4 muffins used for this meal along with the other costs here:
- $1.96 Haas Avocados from Sprouts. Part of the clean 15.
- $1.52 Organic eggs from Sprouts (store brand).
- $0.23 Organic Valley 2% Organic Milk on sale at Sprouts.
- $0.12 Organic olive oil on sale at Sprouts.
- $0.17 Bob’s Red Mill organic Cornmeal from Sprouts.
- $0.15 King Arthur Organic White Whole Wheat Flour from Sprouts.
- $0.13 Wholesome Sweeteners Organic Cane Sugar from Jimbo’s.
- $0.01 Bob’s Red Mill organic baking powder from Jimbo’s.
- $0.06 Jalapeños from Sprouts (could not find organic available anywhere).
- $0.00 Bob’s Red Mill organic baking soda also from Sprouts (cost per serving is less than 1 cent).
- $0.00 Salt and Pepper (cost per serving is less than 1 cent).
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