I love this recipe and often enjoy this for my Brunch. Tasty and easy to make you can enjoy this for breakfast or lunch, whatever time allows. I tend to eat two meals a day as my digestive system is on the slow side and I find this works better for my body. So I tend to eat a brunch around 10 – 11 am and then an evening meal at anywhere between 4 – 6 pm. I listen to my body and feed myself when I am hungry, rather than when society tells me I need to eat. I find this works really well to help me manage my IBS and keep my energy at its highest levels.
Anyways, back to this gorgeous recipe. At first it seems to be a bit of a faff to make, however once you have made it once you will wonder what all the fuss was about. I make this frigate omelette style, mainly because it is quicker than using my electric oven, however you can put it in an oven proof dish and cook it in the oven if you prefer a thicker frittata.
Most people with IBS are scared of eggs, however I use them frequently. And from my many years of food intolerance testing clients, only about 2 – 3% pf my clients actually indicated an intolerance or egg allergy. They can be binding so don’t eat too many if you struggle with constipation, however, for most of us, these are great to include in your diet, two to three times a week with no repercussions. Good gut health requires variety so keep it colourful and your gut will thank you for it.
Lots of healthy fats, vitamins and minerals as well as healthy proteins which will keep you feeling fuller for longer. What’s not to love?