On my new Blog Site I have a page for healthy, easy recipes.  Here is the 1st one.  Easy peasy!

Jill’s cucumber salad:

1 organic cucumber chopped

1 organic avocado chopped

1/4 to 1/2 organic red onion (more if you like onions) finely chopped

Mix all above ingredients together and add salt/pepper to taste.  Good for 24-36 hours, serves 1-3, and makes a great afternoon snack.  Add a few slices of organic, nitrite free ham for extra protein, or organic chicken, cooked and chopped. Left over bacon or boiled eggs can be mixed in as well.  The avocado makes a creamy sauce that will turn a bit watery from the moisture content of the cucumbers.  Just re-mix before serving and enjoy!

Veggie Eggs

1-2 TBS butter and or coconut oil

2-3 organic brussel sprouts, and/or Broccoli,  spinach,  zucchini etc.  Chopped organic onion (a few slices) and or Bell pepper, and or thinly sliced sweet potato, or whatever you like but something green in there is always good!

1/2 ounce of graded or sliced cheese

1-2 organic free range eggs

Salt/pepper to taste

Put butter/coconut oil in fry pan on medium heat until melted.  Add hard veggies first until al dente (like brussel sprouts or asparagus, sweet potatoes etc), then onions, and the rest of the veggies of your choice.  Stir with wooden spoon until all are tender.   Then add egg, cheese, and mix.  Mix thoroughly (until no egg white slime), and turn off stove so eggs don’t get too hard.  Salt and pepper to taste. Serve with avocado, Ezekiel toast with organic butter or almond butter and raw honey, or sliced tomatoes and onions.  Yum Yum!!

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