Welcome to Paleo beef burger and egg brunch at Heavy2healthy.
There is this rule that we should all eat 3 meals a day. That breakfast is the most important meal of the day and that we shouldn’t skip meals. In reality for many of us it is nothing but hard work.
If you have a sleep in on a Sunday, have got up really early so you’re hungry again before lunch or that you have done a big workout and want a really big meal before lunch.
Whatever your reason brunch is a fantastic middle meal that you could have as a breakfast replacement or as an early lunch.
I seem to fall into the brunch category a lot lately. With doing the sleepless nights with a newborn baby I can sometimes end up getting up at 6am some days and then other days getting up at 10am. Then when I am up really early I am then hungry again by 11am. However on my late get ups I end up having brunch because I have slept through breakfast time.
In this recipe though I wanted to share with you what I consider to be the best ever brunch recipe. Amazing Paleo beef burgers with egg. Replace your traditional beef burger with bread for egg instead and you’ll be surprised by how much you like it. When you have beef burgers you get excited over the burger anyway so you will not miss the bread and that is a promise!
- 200g Lean minced beef
- 2 large eggs
- 25g coconut flour
- 1 large sweet potato
- 1 tomato chopped in half
- 1 tsp olive oil
- Salt and pepper
- Pre heat the oven to 180c gas mark 5.
- On the cooker hob half fill a small pan with water and put on a low heat.
- Peel and make into chips your sweet potato, sprinkle with salt and pepper and olive oil and place on an oven tray into the oven. They should take between 30-40 minutes. Turn the chips every 10 minutes.
- Whilst your chips are cooking take your mince, salt and pepper and mix in a bowl. Add the egg slowly just to bind together the mixture and then add the flour also very slowly.
- Leave in the fridge. Slice your tomato in half. Set a frying pan on medium heat and add the burger. Fry on each side for 10 minutes depending how you like your burger. But if using pork make sure it is fully cooked through before eating.
- Add your tomato for the final 5 mins and then turn up your small pan to a high heat and when boiling add your egg.
- To do this break it into a large spoon and gently lower it into the water. It should not take anymore than 4 minutes.
- To serve place your chips then tomato onto your serving plate and then add your egg on top of the burger if you want to be fancy 😉