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Who doesn’t love a delicious brunch? Eggs benedict is a popular option which often features on the menu at most cafes. Whilst indulging from time to time is encouraged and never frowned upon, I wanted to show you how a few simple swaps can slash the saturated fat content of this meal!
LEFT (Dining out)
2 large eggs, poached
1 English muffin
2 rashes streaky bacon, fried
~50g (1 serve) Traditional hollandaise sauce (made using 3 egg yolks, 125g butter, Dijon mustard and lemon juice serves 4 people).
RIGHT (Home made)
2 large eggs, poached
1 wholemeal English muffin (could sub for portobello Mushrooms)
50g thinly sliced lean leg ham
~ 50g hollandaise sauce
Recipe serves 2
1/4 cup Greek yoghurt (full fat)
1 egg yolk
Squeeze of lemon
1/4 tsp Dijon mustard
Pinch of sugar (optional)
1)Whisk the yoghurt, egg yolk, mustard and lemon juice together in a heatproof bowl
2)Place the bowl over a sauce pan of simmering water (the bowl should not touch the water)
3)Keep stirring until sauce has thickened
You don’t have to eat perfectly all the time, BUT I believe it is important to understand how you can make better choices/options at home.
My belief around food is - SURE eat whatever you like, BUT you can still be informed around the choices you make for YOUR lifestyle.
Can you make the the dining out option better? Of course you can, ask for the sauce on the side and dip into it! You could also ask to have smoked salmon or check if they have lean leg ham. Most cafes are very accommodating now days.
Please note: these posts are intended for people who WANT to lose weight. This could be for a number of factors e.g metabolic heath or simply being able to carry out ADLs (activities of daily living) and no it’s not always related to ‘body image’
I don’t promote FAD diets, weight loss products (skinny tea, appetite suppressants etc) or a particular form of eating. I focus on recipe modification, simple swaps, portion control, following the healthy plate method, label reading and learning to indulge in a mindful way!
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