Friday, April 5, 2013


So I have been waiting to hear back about a job. The company I applied for is in a temporary hiring freeze for another week which means I have been bored out of my mind. In the meantime I have applied to other places but there are only so many MFT jobs for interns available at one time and some point there is literally nothing you can do but wait to hear back from places. I have thought about holding off longer on the whole following my dream to become a therapist thing and just getting another job doing SOMETHING but I decided ehh I have waited this long why not wait another week?

SO with that said I have spent far too much time on Pinterest and various Paleo sites searching recipes. I have also spent time coming up with weird recipes in my head- I feel like a mad scientist. Hair all messed up, in hobo looking clothes, walking around my apartment throwing random ingredients in bowls and making weird stuff. So in my unclean, hobo-mad scientist craze the other day this is what I came up with:

Paleo Green Chile Bacon Cheddar Egg Cups 

What you need: 
-A small can of green chiles (i use trader joe type)
-Cheddar cheese (again, I use the Raw Milk T.J type) 
-5 eggs
-Some spinach (to add some more nutritional value) 
-Jalepeno slices 
-Spices (s, p, a little cayenne if you wanna get crazy) 

What you do:
Get a large mixing bowl and throw in your 5 eggs, can of green chiles and some spinach you have chopped.
Mix it up with a fork and grab your muffin tin that you can line with 5-7 pieces of bacon (5 eggs will make 7 cups, I left two without bacon). 
Shred some cheddar cheese and add it to the top of each cup (I used just a small amount) and top with a jalepeno slice. Then bake at 375 for about 15-17 minutes or until the bacon looks crispy. 
Enjoy :) These little guys are pretty tasty. They have a little kick to them because of the green chiles and they are a fast, easy breakfast for being on the go. Plus the whole thing (clean up, prep, cooking, etc) takes about 25-30 min. 

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