My take on Healthy-eer Eggs Benedict. One of my favorite breakfast is EGGS BENEDICT. But as you know is not so healthy with all that butter. so I created healthy version of egss benedict! Eggs Benedict is my all time favorite breakfast, but it can be a bit heavy.
A guilt-free take on the classic for Mother's Day. The word "healthy" is usually not found anywhere near the phrase Eggs Benedict. But this version of the poached egg dish with the luxe Hollandaise sauce swaps out the butter for yogurt, making for a lighter. You can cook My take on Healthy-eer Eggs Benedict using 8 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of My take on Healthy-eer Eggs Benedict
- It’s 1 of 100 Calorie Whole Wheat English Muffin.
- Prepare 1 of Low Fat Cream Cheese.
- You need 1 of Smoked Salmon.
- Prepare 1 of Pepper (to taste).
- Prepare 1 of Nonstick Cooking Spray.
- It’s 1 of Egg.
- It’s 1 of Pesto.
- You need 1 of Cajun seasoning (to taste).
Keto eggs benedict is one of those dishes that should be enjoyed right away, and the leftovers discarded. So try to make only as many as you know you'll be The best part of eggs Benedict is the rich hollandaise sauce. So ditch the high carb English muffin and use a quick low carb bread instead! This healthy eggs benedict is a twist on an old standard.
My take on Healthy-eer Eggs Benedict step by step
- Spray a nonstick pan with cooking spray. Turn stove to medium-low heat..
- Crack the egg carefully in the pan..
- Sprinkle egg with Cajun seasoning and pepper to taste..
- Meanwhile toast English Muffin to your crispyness liking (yes I just made up a word).
- Slather muffin with pesto and low fat cream cheese..
- Top it with the smoked salmon and finally the egg. Nom!.
This "healthy hollandaise" sauce is made mostly of Greek yogurt, with a little lemon, touch of butter, and some green tea for an unexpected color. Don't expect it to taste quite like a true hollandaise, but the tart yogurt and lemony zest goes quite well. This Healthy Eggs Benedict Recipe Calls for Smoked Salmon and Avocado Sauce. English muffins topped with ham topped with poached eggs, swimming in buttery hollandaise sauce—eggs Benedict is the all-time classic, super-rich brunch dish. In my eggs Benedict recipe, I use immune-boosting, heart-healthy, anti-inflammatory foods like avocado, asparagus and tomato.