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Lately, my husband and I have been watching our carb intake. You know, staying away from sugar and bread, things like that. I’ve been trying really hard to find dinner and lunch options that will leave us feeling satisfied and not bored with our food. The following recipe is a lifesaver.
I absolutely adore YouTube cooking videos so I was pleased to find a video, produced by the Scrumdiddlyumptious channel, for ham, egg, and cheese roll-ups. You can watch this simple and easy-to-follow how-to video below the recipe. These roll-ups contain spinach and tomato which is a bonus because not only are you getting healthy fats and protein but your veggies as well. I hope you’ll enjoy this recipe as much as we do 🙂
1 tbsp Kerrygold butter
salt and pepper
1 diced tomato
3.5 oz baby spinach
2 cups Kraft grated cheddar
20 slices of ham
1. Melt the butter in a pan. Crack the eggs into a big bowl, whisk them, and pour them into the pan with the butter. Stir them regularly. Once they’ve started to firm up but before they’re finished, add the tomatoes and spinach. Give the mix a few more stirs and then add the grated cheese.
2. Lay out two slices of ham and put a spoonful of scrambled eggs on top. Then roll the ham up with the eggs inside!
3. Now place all the roll-ups in a row in a casserole dish and bake them for 8 minutes at 350 °F.
Check out this video on how to make this glorious pot roast by Scrumdiddlyumptious:
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Quick Tip: Serve with ketchup, salsa, BBQ sauce, or any of your fave dippers.
Recipe and image courtesy of Scrumdiddlyumptious and YouTube.