Posted on January 8, 2016

Eggs Baked in Portobello Mushrooms

diet/ food

 

egg baked in portobello mushrooms

Eggs are amazing and a life saver for people like me.

When I say people like me, I mean VEGETARIAN.

One egg contains around 6g of complete protein, which can be something a vegetarian diet can lack if you’re not intentional about eating protein packed food.

When Lion Eggs asked me to make a recipe using eggs to help promote their Egg Allergy campaign, I took it as an opportunity to try something new and ran with it.

egg baked in portobello mushrooms - easy breakfast recipe only takes 30 minutes to cook!

Eggs Baked In Portobello Mushrooms

I created this lovely recipe which is perfect for breakfast. Portobello mushrooms with eggs baked inside.

A portobello mushroom only contains around 9 calories and has 0.9g of protein, so it’s a great addition to many dishes.

For this dish, I used medium eggs which contain 70 calories and 6.4g of protein, – so each eggy mushroom comes in at around 80 calories with just over 7g of protein. Not bad, eh?

Directions:

  • Remove the stalk of the mushroom
  • Crack eggs and break inside the mushroom
  • Place in oven for 30mins on gas mark 6
  • Remove and season as desired

Easy!

I cooked the stalks of the mushrooms too and had them on the side, dressed the dish with spinach and balsamic glaze.

This dish kept me full for hours, I went to the gym and did an hour of cardio and still wasn’t starving for dinner like I usually am!

egg baked in portobello mushrooms

egg baked in portobello mushrooms

egg baked in portobello mushrooms

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5 Comments

  • Reply Sarah January 8, 2016 at 10:42 pm

    Eggs! Mushrooms! My two favourite things! I will be trying these out for sure! They look delicious, they’d make an ideal weekend brunch!

    Sarah 🙂
    Saloca in Wonderland

  • Reply Nicola January 9, 2016 at 8:58 pm

    This is such a good idea – I’m so going to try this myself!

  • Reply Melanie Edjourian May 20, 2016 at 8:49 pm

    What a great idea, I am being careful with what i eat at the moment so these would be perfect for me.

  • Reply Emilee Bradford May 21, 2016 at 8:57 pm

    Wow I’ve tried eggs in so many variations, but never like this! Thanks for the idea, going to try it for Sunday breakfast 🙂

  • Reply MakeUp Fun May 26, 2016 at 3:34 pm

    They look great! Plus it’s an easy recipe, and I’m sure it’s delicious too! xx

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