Wednesday, September 19, 2012

WIAW: Easy Bake Egg White Soufflé!

It's Wednesday, which means...

It's time for another edition of What I Ate Wednesday thanks to Jenn over at Peas and Crayons!

Today...

I've got a new recipe to share with you all!


But first...

Let me give you a look into what I've been eating over the past week! (Without getting repetitive since my variations are quite sparse as I approach the Fitness Competition stage!)

Like I mentioned to you last week...

I was in Toronto for a few days, which...

Required me to pack some food and place some special orders to keep me FUelled and ready to roll!

Well...
Some orders didn't change.
I like my coffee black.
I brought enough chicken to last me a few meals!
Steamed Chicken and Veggies.
Tuna Sashimi.

In addition to my out-of-town eats...

I've been enjoying my serving of Ground Flax Seeds like Oatmeal! (Sure have!)

Recipe:

2 tbsp Ground Flax Seeds
About 1/4 cup (maybe a little less) of water
1/2 packet of Vanilla Stevia

Instructions:

Stir and microwave for 25 seconds.

It's satisfying that's for sure!

Oh, I'll have you know...

SuperFit asked me to make him a batch of my Baked Oatmeal Protein Muffin Tops after seeing me eat mine! (He hadn't yet tried them and was scouring the house for something to munch on. So, I proposed to make him a sweeter version of the ones I eat! He quickly accepted the proposition!)

And guess what...

He loved them!

I added a handFUl of Carob Chips, Dried Cranberries, 1 tsp Cocoa Powder.

So now onto my new recipe, which...

I told you I would be sharing some time ago!

Such a tease ;)

A recipe for my...

Easy Bake Egg White Soufflé!

Oohhh!
Aaaaah!
Mmmmm!
Even SuperFit likes it! :)

Ingredients:

  • 8 Burnbrae Farms Egg Whites
  • 1 small handFUl of cut up Spinach (I used kitchen scissors)
  • 1/4 tsp of Paprika
  • 1/4 tsp of Mild Tabasco Sauce (optional)
  • 1/2 tsp Dried Oregano
  • 1 tsp Baking Powder
  • 2 thinly sliced strips of Allégro Cheese (optional)
  • Salt and Pepper to taste

Instructions:

  1. Pre-heat your oven to bake at 375F
  2. Combine all of the ingredients (minus cheese) into a mixing bowl and stir until combined
  3. Lightly spray a ramekin dish with Olive Oil
  4. Pour mixture into one or two ramkin dishes (depending on size, I used two medium ones)
  5. Add cheese
  6. CareFUlly place ramekin dishes in the oven
  7. Let cook for about 20 minutes until top has browned and the dish itself has 'souffléd'
  8. Remove from oven, let cook for about 2 minutes and...

Enjoy!


Now before I go...

A WIAW isn't a WIAW without showing you what Teddy got into!

Not onto lol

Well, in actual reality...

What his toy got into!

He managed to drop his ball in my cup of coffee.

Happy Wednesday and Happy WIAW!

Are you FALLing into good habits?

Question FU You...

1. Breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacks, what's your fave?

Stay Tuned FU More On *CaNdY FiT*

52 comments:

  1. I hate to say it.
    again.
    but I shall :-)
    we are twins
    I WISH YOU WERE MY NEIGHBOR.
    Sisterwife.
    hostage in the kitchen who cooked for me? :-)

    xo

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    1. I will be a sisterwife with you any day! :)

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  2. mmm shashimi. And the egg souffle!! I want one! Good thing I just got a ramekin, need to get on this.

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  3. I have to try your baked oatmeal muffin tops. Yum!

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    1. Yes do! They are delish and so simple to make!

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  4. Oh my goodness...I love your egg recipes. This looks too good! :)

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  5. I'm intrigued by the flax-oatmeal. I've only been sprinkling my ground flax ...

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    1. Try it...it's pretty good! At least I think so :)

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  6. i wish you could be my personal chef! i mean seriously! your food always looks KILLER!!! spa love! :o)

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    1. One day we will dine together! ;)

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  7. I LOVE LOVE breakfast, but it mainly has to deal with the fact that I can always add a HEAPING tablespoon of nut butter. Have a beautiful Wednesday! xoxo

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    1. Breakfast is definitely my fave too. Sometimes, I will have breakfast for dinner! :)

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  8. On weekends my fav is breakfast cause I put more love into it, and I actually enjoy a nice coffee with it...weekdays, Dinner for sure!! I'm going to try that soufflé for sure!!

    007

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    1. Mmmmm, yes, cooooffee! I know how much you LOVE coffee ;)

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  9. I love making these egg bakes! I'll sometimes make a dozen in a muffin tin (eggfins!) to eat for a couple of days.

    Those muffing tops look ah-mazing. I'm craving something warm!

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    1. Anything baked good right out of the oven is so yummm. so warm. mmmm.

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  10. Those souffles would be so fun to do for a brunch with friends.

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    1. It would definitely be different!

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  11. Love this recipe! Perfect protein packed breakfast!

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  12. Oh I just LOVE your recipes!!! And your dog!!! :-)

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  13. You always have the best recipes! And I love seeing Teddy!

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  14. You are awesome! Trying your egg souffle tomorrow! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. This looks very good... love the spices. I am going to try it soon.

    Thanks for the great picture of you and Teddy. He is getting darned big but love that he likes to sit on your lap!

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    1. He is such a cutee. naughty. but cute ;)

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  16. That looks fantastic!!!!!

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  17. What a great idea- that souffle looks awesome! Hmm, never tried flax as oatmeal... so many things to try... thanks!

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    1. Thanks!

      Hope you like it....all! ;)

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  18. I've been doing Paleo so no grains for me & I've been totally missing oatmeal - can't WAIT to try this flax seed variation!! And the souffle looks dynamite, too :) Guess you'll be keeping me busy in the kitchen tomorrow - thanks!

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    1. I made the flax "oatmeal" today! I don't use stevia so instead I used a little bit of raw honey, a splash of vanilla extract, and some cinnamon. Yum!

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    2. SO glad you like it! Adding your own personal touch is never a bad thing! :)

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  19. Niiice! I'm a spinach freak. This could've been my dinner yesterday. Me thinks I'll plan it for tomorrow.

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  20. Very cool. Looks yummy.

    Pup is a superstar and knew you were done... or he needed his coffee fix.

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  21. those eggs exploded! love it girl! and OMG I love teddy! I can't get enough! (:

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    1. They did indeed explode lol
      Teddy is awesome.

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  22. That faux oatmeal sounds awesome! I should try that with chia seeds :)

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    1. Let me know how you like it with Chia seeds!

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  23. That souffle looks great and so simple! And Teddy! Love that picture of you two!

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    1. Thanks Christine! Hope you're having a great time at Fitbloggin'!

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  24. Miss Fu, I never cease to be amazed and inspired by the concoctions you create when your diet is so restricted!

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  25. First of all forget the food! You were in Toronto for a couple of days!?! Next time I expect a facebook message and date! haha LOVE YA!

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    1. I promised next time I will!!! xoxo

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  26. Protein pancakes for breakfast, sandwich and spaghetti squash for lunch anything for dinner and greek yogurt as a snack and always nut butters!! Check out my blog at runservecook.wordpress.com!

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