Probiotic Breakfast Bowl Recipe
Prep: 10 min, Cook: 5 min
Ingredients & Directions:
- 1/2 ripe avocados
- 1 tbsp Mighty Cricket Protein Powder (Unflavored)
- 1 tbsp sauerkraut (or any raw and fermented vegetable)
- Black pepper and cumin to taste
- 3 small garlic cloves
- 1/4 to 1/2 medium onion
- 1 roma tomato
- 1 handful of spinach
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 1 egg (organic and pasture-raised)
- Salt to taste (optional)
- Your favorite seasoning blend (optional)
1. Cut one avocado in half and place in bowl. Add 1 tbsp of Mighty Cricket Protein Powder and 1 tbsp of sauerkraut. Mix with a fork and add black pepper and cumin powder to taste. Set aside.
2. Prepare fresh vegetables. Peel and finely chop garlic cloves, peel and dice onion, and dice Roma tomato. Set one handful of spinach aside.
3. Heat 1/2 tbsp olive oil in a frying pan on medium-low heat. Cook the garlic and onion in pan, stirring frequently, about until the garlic is golden-brown.
4. Add diced Roma tomato and spinach and continue stirring vegetables until the spinach is wilted.
5. Once cooked to preference, place veggies in a bowl and cover to keep warm.
6. Add the remaining 1/2 tbsp olive oil to pan. Crack one egg into the pan and cook to preference. When finished, place egg in bowl with warm veggies.
7. Top with cricket-infused avocado mixture. (If you prefer a saltier flavor, you can add Spicy Cricket Shake Shake seasoning, additional sauerkraut or salt to taste.)
8. Enjoy! We like to have ours with a little bit of quinoa
Inspiration for Probiotic Breakfast Bowl Recipe:
Gut health is so important to overall health. It impacts how we feel and even how we think. Therefore, I wanted to create a recipe that supports healthy gut microbiome. This Probiotic Breakfast Bowl Recipe does just that! Not only does it contain probiotics from sauerkraut, it also contains prebiotics from cricket protein. (Prebiotics act as a growth catalyst for healthy gut bacteria). In additional to all of this great gut stuff, this Probiotic Breakfast Bowl Recipe contains 14g of protein and 7g fiber, it is low in carbs and sodium, and it is high in vitamins A, K, and B12. Savor your breakfast knowing you are fueling your body with MIGHTY nutrients!
Love this recipe? Here are some other great ways to mix it up:
- Potato: Add a base layer of 1/2 cup of sautéed potatoes. For additional color, try it with purple or sweet potatoes! This makes the bowl about 540 calories with 16g of protein and 10g of fiber.
- Savory Oatmeal: Add a base layer of oatmeal. Try making 1 serving (1/2 cup dry) according to package. It’s about 525 calories with 19g of protein and 11.5g of fiber.
- Riced Cauliflower: Cook 1 serving (3/4 cup frozen) according to package. This low-carb base makes the bowl only 390 calories with 16g protein and 9g fiber.
- Additional Base Ideas: Amaranth, kamut, farro, fresh corn, cassava, or roasted butternut squash
About the Creator
Jolee Keplinger is an eco-conscious cooking enthusiast. She loves experimenting with new ingredients to create delicious, healthy recipes.