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Egg Frittata Recipe

Like eggs? Load ’em up with veggies, meat, potatoes and pile on the cheese!

Egg Frittata Recipe
Frittata on my Instagram (alexcurtisfitness)

This frittata recipe is a phenomenal way to large batch prep your eggs and they’re also super easy to load up with veggies, meat and potatoes. This dish is baked so once you’re done prepping, just toss it in the oven, slice and serve. Here’s what you need for this frittata recipe:

Ingredients
6 whole eggs, 6 egg whites
2 cups of spinach
1 cups of sliced peppers
2 cups of diced potatoes
1 cups of diced onions
6 strips of bacon (cooked and chopped)
1 cup of reduced fat shredded cheddar cheese

Instructions
1) Spray a large sauce pan with olive oil cooking oil spray and heat on a medium flame.
2) Add spinach, peppers, potatoes, onions, and bacon. Cook for 2-3 minutes or until the spinach is wilted and the onions are golden.
3) Add egg mixture and cook for 3-5 minutes.
4) Top with cheese and bacon, then place in the oven and broil for 4-5 minutes or until thoroughly cooked.

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Protein: 19 g
Carbohydrates: 13 g
Fat: 9 g

This frittata recipe is a great to make, slice, and store in either your fridge or freezer so you can have a quality meal on tap when you need it. It may take longer to prep a large batch like this instead of quickly making a few eggs, but you’ll save a lot of time in the long term.

Check out these other breakfast recipes:
Homemade Sausage Egg McMuffin Recipe
Easy Egg Scramble

Top 5 Testosterone Boosting Foods for Men & Women

Whether you’re just starting a bodybuilding routine or just looking to put on a few pounds of lean muscle mass, you want to make sure you’re supplying your body with the right resources so it can thrive. Boost your testosterone levels naturally and pack on some serious muscle with these 5 testosterone boosting foods:

Top 5 Testosterone Boosting Foods

1) Meat

Animal meat is a high quality source of protein and saturated fats which both support healthy testosterone levels in both men and women. Opt for lean meats like chicken breast, lean steak cuts, and turkey breast.

2) Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is a medium-chain triglyceride and saturated fat that supports testosterone production in the body but is also low in cholesterol making it a fantastic substitute for butter.

3) Eggs

Eggs are one of my favorite ingredients to cook with because they’re a high quality source of lean protein, saturated fat, vitamin b12, and fat soluble vitamins. I typically mix one whole egg with a few egg whites and cook them with mixed vegetables, low fat cheese, and complex carbs like potatoes or have a complex carb on the side like oatmeal.

4) Spinach

Spinach is a great source of magnesium which supports healthy testosterone levels. An easy way to get spinach in your diet is to add it to smoothies, omelets, sandwiches, and or juice it.

5 Diet Hacks to Increase Vegetable Intake

5) Shellfish

While I’m not a big shellfish eater, these little guys add testosterone boosting protein, flavor, and variety to your meal plan. I mostly use shrimp but you can also try oysters, mussels and lobster.

Try this Cajun Shrimp Quesadilla

Low testosterone levels could mean:
+ Low sex drive
+ Increase risk of obesity
+ Increased risk of reduced muscle mass in the body.

A lot of my recipes include meat, coconut oil, eggs, spinach and occasionally shrimp (shellfish) making them great for putting on lean mass, increasing testosterone and burning fat naturally.