We're just going to say it. Make these. They will change your life. We are obsessed with these breakfast wraps.
We were starting to get bored with our breakfast rotation of eggs on avocado toast, oatmeal, or yogurt and muesli. So we came up with these.
Wash and chop up some fresh mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, onion, and spinach. We always try to sneak in some veggies at breakfast, and this is the perfect way to do that.
Start by sautéing the onion with a bit of coconut or olive oil. As the onion gets translucent, add the mushrooms and cherry tomatoes. Spinach is last because it just needs to wilt down.
Meanwhile, scramble the eggs (approx. 2 per person) with salt and pepper and once the veggies are cooked down, add the scrambled eggs to the pan.
Thinly slice some raw goat's milk cheddar cheese. Why goats milk cheddar? Well for starters we love the taste. Second, it can be easier to digest than cows milk cheese because it contains less lactose (milk sugar) and has a slightly different protein structure. Now for the ever controversial raw vs. pasteurized milk... Pasteurization (what is done to the majority of milk products) means heating milk to kill off all the harmful bacteria. But this process also kills off healthy bacteria and vitamins within the milk.
The FDA doesn't approve of raw milk, saying it contains harmful bacteria which can lead to infection (more common in the elderly and infants or those with compromised immune systems), and raw milk is actually illegal to sell in some states. But honestly, the FDA has been taking money from major food and drug companies for years and feeding us bullshit information. So we choose to take what they say with a grain of salt.
Once the eggs are cooked, we place slices of the raw goat's cheese on a sprouted whole grain wrap and then add the egg mixture on top. Now why a sprouted wrap? They are lower glycemic and easier to digest than white or whole grain flour. The grains are soaked in water until they begin to form a sprout. Enzymes are released during the sprouting process, which break down protein and carbohydrates. This means when you eat a wrap or bread made from sprouted grains, the nutrients are absorbed immediately and are not lost in the digestive process.
Once you roll into a wrap, we like to place it back into the pan and let it get a bit crispy on both sides. Seriously, just make this wrap. It's the perfect breakfast as it contains a healthy amount of protein (approx. 23g), vegetables, and grains. You could also add sliced avocado for more healthy fats.