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I so often hear “I don’t have time to cook a healthy breakfast” and today I wanted to share with you how I got this amazing farm raised breakfast to the table in less than 5 minutes!  I believe that planning is everything when it comes to getting in and out of the kitchen super fast.  I can not wait to launch my meal plan to you all which is coming out very soon!  Here I will take all of the planning out of your routine and do it for you by creating 5 delicious meals with 20 ingredient or less, an easy prep list to do ahead of time to save you time in the kitchen and a grocery list that will keep you on budget.  I will show you how a little planning and prep will make your life so much easier when it comes to getting meals onto the table.

So lets get back to this breakfast.  Yesterday I headed to the farm to pick up these beautiful eggs!  They aren’t even 24 hours old…LOVE fresh eggs, there is nothing like them!  As always, I encourage you to shop local and get to know your local farmers.  In order to show you how I got this breakfast on the table so fast we have to backtrack to yesterday.  With a little planning and thinking ahead I was able to create this delicious breakfast!  Yesterday for lunch we had BLT’s.  We love bacon, so I cooked up a little more than we needed so that we could have some for the next days breakfast.  We also had one of our favorite meals last night for dinner, organic meatloaf with herbed potatoes.  Again, I always cook more than we need so that mealtime is quick and simple for the next day.

So to assemble this breakfast I preheated my pan for 2 minutes (watch my great video showing you how to properly season and cook on stainless steel pans).  While the pan was preheating I got out the eggs and whipped them up and pulled out the leftovers (bacon and herbed potatoes) from yesterdays meals.  After 2 minutes I added a little butter to the pan and heated the potatoes up for 1 minute.  I then added the bacon and heated for about 1 minute.  I placed the potatos and bacon on my plate and added the eggs to the already hot pan.  These eggs took only about a 1 minute to cook up.  While they were cooking, I cut up the fruit salad.  Viola, there is my breakfast in only 5 minutes time.

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 Look how quick and easy that was!  Do you have any time saving tips that you use when cooking in the kitchen?  Please feel free to share them with us in the comment section below!  Stay tuned for my meal plan coming out very soon!  I can’t wait to show you how simple it is to cook whole food meals on a budget that are absolutely delicious, healthy and require very little time in the kitchen! 

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12 thoughts on “How I Got This Farm Raised Breakfast On The Table In Less Than 5 Minutes!”

  1. Catherine Garbus says:

    ok making me hungry think i can cook eggs..

  2. Whole Lifestyle Nutrition says:

    Catherine did you see my post on using masa harina? Thought of you when I created that recipe b/c we spoke of it and how to use it. Have you bought any yet?

  3. Recipes for well-being, fertility friendly says:

    now i’m hungry!!!!! yum. is it not strange having fruit with bacon? did it go nicely?

  4. Whole Lifestyle Nutrition says:

    Sweet and Salty, what is not to love about that Recipes for well-being, fertility friendly :)

  5. Catherine Garbus says:

    halle yes i have some i shall have to go look at the recipe

  6. Catherine Garbus says:

    i made potatoes, bacon and eggs didnt have the fruit

  7. Catherine Garbus says:

    your veggie stew looks like what i live on i think i have just about had enough zucchini but soon it will be gone

  8. Tina Walker McCullom says:

    I rarely cook Sunday breakfast, we are usually on the go to church but your picture inspired me to cook scrambled eggs with sauteed spinich & mushrooms with BACON…yummy thanks Halle oh & some fresh pineapple :)

  9. naturallivingmamma says:

    Looks perfect and delicious! I love turning leftovers into breakfast. 
    I would love it if you would share your post on my new blog hop Simple Meals Friday. I know my readers will too! 

  10. mizhelenadams says:

    What a perfect breakfast, it looks amazing!  Enjoy your weekend and thank you so much for sharing on Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  11. apriljharris says:

    I love fresh eggs from the farm too; they are the best! What a delicious breakfast, and I love how quick and easy it was to prepare!

  12. CindyDentGordon says:

    I have this tweeted and pinned as well! We get farm fresh eggs each week from a friend!  Love the freshness! :)

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