- The quinoa, a grain that can be purchased at most grocery stores, is vegan, gluten-free and a complete protein.
- The kale packs a big punch of vitamins A, C, and K, omegas, and calcium. It has more iron than beef.
- The avocado is a heart-healthy fat and contains fiber, potassium (more than twice the amount found in a banana), vitamin E, B vitamins, and folic acid.
- The eggs, considered "brain food" for your baby, are a great protein source and contain cholesterol, essential fatty acids, calcium, iron and vitamins A, D, E, and K, which babies and mamas need.
This recipe serves one, so feel free to multiply the recipe, or make more quinoa ahead of time to make meal preparation even easier.
Ingredients: 1 cup cooked quinoa 1/2 bunch kale, destemmed, torn into pieces 1/2 avocado, cubed 1 egg Sea salt Ground pepper 2 tablespoons lemon juice, plus an extra splash or two 1/8 cup olive oil, plus more for drizzling over kale prior to roasting (you can also use coconut oil, which is great for mama's connective tissues and may reduce likelihood of stretch marks) Splash of your favorite hot sauce, if desired (you might want to skip if you have heartburn)
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Dizzle kale with olive oil, sea salt, and pepper and place on baking sheet prior to roasting.
- Roast kale for 12-15 minutes, turning at least once throughout the process.
- In a serving bowl, mix 1/8 cup olive oil with lemon, sea salt, and pepper.
- Add quinoa into in olive oil mixture.
- Top with avocado and then roasted kale
- Fry egg over medium heat, about 3 minutes each side, season with sea salt and pepper, and place on top of kale.
- Splash a drop or three of your favorite hot sauce on top.
- Cut into egg and mix all these happy, healthy ingredients together.