When you do a Whole30, you find out how many meals
→ 2 medium onion, chopped finely
→ 2 small carrots, or 1 1 BIG one, grated
→ 2 cloves of garlic, grated or squeezed (omit when you have meetings after lunch)
→ 2/3 teaspoon sea salt
→ 6 eggs
→ Some extra salt & pepper
→ Some extra ghee for greasing the baking sheet
→ 1 tablespoon of Whole30 compliant mayonnaise
→ 100grams ham, sugarfree
You can also add variety by using guacamole for the mayo. Or use chicken, tuna or chorizo instead of ham.
→ Preheat the oven to op 200°C/ 390°F.
→ Heat the ghee in a skillet and slowly cook the onions. Take 5 minutes for that. Add the carrot and garlic. (Or your vegetables of choice). Cook until softened while slowly stirring. Turn the heat of and let it cool a bit.
→ Beat the eggs with some salt and pepper in a bowl.
→ Line a baking sheet with some baking paper and grease it with some ghee. Fold the sides up so the egg doesn’t run off it.
→ Spread the vegetables on the baking sheet and pour the egg over it. Make sure everything is covered evenly. Place in the oven to bake. Turn the heat down to 175°C /350°F . Bake for about 15 minutes or untill the egg is set.
→ Take the bakingsheet from the oven. Let it cool.
→ When it is cooled, spread the mayo over the eggs and top it with the slices of ham. Roll the eggs up (like a Swiss roll). Take the paper off as you go. When you are done, cut the roll in 2 to 3 pieces
→ Roll each piece in a fresh piece of baking paper, so you can hold that while you eat.
→ Maybe add a green salad or… roll the lettuce leaves into the roll.
→ Remember: you can change the veggies, the spread and the meat around as you wish!
Read about Brenda on the Whole30 coach site
HealthCreators Brenda is the first Whole30 Certified Coach in Europe and The Netherlands. She was featured in the Dutch Paleo Magazine and the popular blog Simone’s Kitchen.