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Fat Burning Breakfast Recipes

Updated on January 11, 2018

Breakfast truly is the most important meal of the day… Studies show that if you start your day off with a good source of protein you will automatically burn more fat throughout the Day. That is how important breakfast is to a healthy fat loss regimen. So stop skipping this meal, even if you don’t think you have the time.

These fat burning breakfast recipes are great tasting and naturally burn fat so you don’t have to work so hard getting the body you desire.

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Blueberry Pineapple Smoothie

This unique fat burning breakfast smoothie recipe is a great addition to as to your breakfast smoothie list.

Osolean Powder is what turn this smoothie into a fat burning smoothie. It has blueberries and pineapple and Cascadian Farms Granola, oats and honey.

The granola ads fiber and protein as well, IN fact this recipe has nearly 30 gr of protein that is needed to prevent flabbiness when losing weight…

That is not to say that you will be muscle bound from consumming this breakfast smoothie, I know that would not be pleasing to women but rather it will help you have a more toned and refined body because of the protein.

The recipe is rather simple just add some Blueberries and pineapple to 2/3 cup of granola and 2 scoops of Osolean Powder. Fill the remainder or your Magic Bullet cup with low fat yogurt and blend…

Easy and saying one, two, three and the fat burning breakfast blueberry, pineapple smoothie will become a favorite I assure you.

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2 Egg Breakfast Omelet Recipe

Eggs have a long history of being referred to as breakfast food, and they have been used for dieting as a high protein fat loss food as well. They are absolutely loaded with nutrition. They have nearly every nutrient, in the right balance, that the body needs, except for vitamin C.

Eggs are so versatile they are used in thousands of recipes, in everything from cake to mayo. But one of my favorite ways to eat eggs is in this 2 egg breakfast omelet recipe that actually helps you burn fat. It’s so delicious…


Ingredients

  • 2 eggs, free range brown
  • 2 tablespoons of water
  • A few sliced mushrooms (Button or Oyster) 1/4 cup raw
  • Sliced Onion about 1/4 cup (raw)
  • Fresh garlic, one small clove minced or chopped
  • Fresh baby spinach (washed, drained and raw) 2/3 to 1 cup
  • Turkey Pastrami 2 slices number 2 thickness cut into squares
  • Shredded cheese sprinkled lightly over the spinach. Osiago or Parmesan work great
  • Salt, pepper to taste
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • (optional) 2 scoops of fat burning Osolean Powder. + 2 additional tablespoons of water.


Preparation

Saute the onions, garlic, and mushrooms together in a separate pan, in a little bit of olive oil. Don’t over cook and keep warm. If you have to have your onions caramelized saute them first then add the mushrooms and garlic. Add the pastrami and salt and pepper to taste just before they are done.

Put your skillet on the stove and start heating it on high heat or you can use a griddle and fold your omelet if you don’t want to flip the omelet.

While your veggies are sauteing start working on your eggs. Crack 2 eggs into a mixing bowl or blender. Add the water, milk and Osolean and beat them with a fork/whisk to make them foaming looking… Or blend them for about 1 minute to mix in the air.

Once you your cooking surface is hot and your sauteed veggies are nearly cooked, drizzle a little bit of olive oil onto your cooking surface. Make certain to coat the entire cooking area.

Test your cooking temp by dropping a little egg onto the cooking are and listen for an immediate frying sound… If it in not immediately heard your cooking surface is not hot enough.

Once you have determined your cooking surface is hot enough quickly pour the beaten eggs onto the hot surface.


Cooking on a Griddle

If you are using a griddle add a layer of spinach to cover the entire egg. Add a pinch of salt on top of the spinach then add your sauteed veggies on top of that. This will help wilt the spinach. Add your cheese and when the egg is done to your liking simply fold the egg over and wha-la you have an omelet.

There is a slightly different approach to cooking your 2 egg fat burning breakfast omelet in a skillet. You have to flip your egg. It is easiest to just toss your omelet, like they do at Waffle House.


Cooking on a Skillet

To cook your omelet in a skillet you will need to start on high heat and finish on med heat… I know that sounds difficult but really it isn’t.

Pour your egg into the skillet and watch the bubble being formed… That is the water making steam under your egg. This helps to cook the egg and help keep it from sticking too.

You will want to shake the skillet to keep the egg from sticking. If your omelet begin to stick to the side of the skillet add a touch of oil around the edge of the and shake it hard. This should free it up. You can also add a little more eater if need be as it creates steam and lifts the egg.

Once your egg is cooked about half way through you will want to reduce the heat and toss your omelet to flip it. As soon as you have flipped it. Add your spinach and a pinch of salt. Cover your spinach with the sauteed veggies to help wilt the spinach. Lightly cover with cheese and fold onto your plate.

If you are using Osolean Powder you know that you take it 2 times a day. Once in the morning and once in the evening. When adding Osolean Powder to this fat burning 2 egg breakfast omelet you are simply taking your morning helping.

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