A Mexican Breakfast Perfect for Diabetics (Little Glucose Spike!)
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In this video, Dennis and Benedicta Pollock share a fantastic recipe for a Mexican-style breakfast which tastes great, and barely raises blood sugar. This is one meal every diabetic should keep in their repertoire of diabetic-friendly meals!
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Recipe for Chile Rellenos Huevos:
1. Spray a muffin pan with cooking spray
2. Cut up sausage and fill each muffin cup about half full
3. Crack an egg and let it drop onto each muffin cup
4. Place pan in the oven and bake at 375 for between 18 – 23 min.
5. Take out and put 1 Tbsp of diced chilies on top of each muffin, and then sprinkle each muffin with shredded cheese
6. Place back in the oven for one or two minutes
7. Remove pan, take muffins out of pan, and then place 1 Tbsp of sour cream on top.
8. Now place 1 Tbsp of picante sauce on top
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Good morning Dennis and Benedicta! Oh my goodness, I am going to make these on Sunday morning! They look so good! As always well done Dennis and Benedicta! Love your smiles!!! Stay safe!
A great dish you two! My mouth is watering! Blessings 🙂
Thank y’all so much for this recipe! I’m making this tomorrow morning.
I LOVE how you two are so happy and have fun cooking together! I wonder if you could cook some chorizo up into the eggs and that would add on even more flavor. And I know a good chile sauce my mom makes all the time is we just use 3 or 4 Serrano peppers, 2 or 3 tomatoes, garlic, and onion. And we kinda grill/toast the peppers/tomatoes first to add so much flavor then you blend all that together. And if you don’t want too spicy, just use 1 pepper with 3 tomatoes. But I loved watching you guys cook lol. Ik with real authentic Mexican food it’s harder to eat as a diabetic cause how tortillas, rice, and pinto beans are so ingrained into our cooking it’s difficult to substitute them. Loved this video!
Loved it Benedicta and Dennis. I always love and look for this low carb recipes. Thank you. Hoping to visit US once we are done with covid era and try this recipe . Will try this the Indian way. Thank you.
Great breakfast inspiration. I love Mexican food! Thank you ❤️
I love this recipe! What a way to add a little kick to the morning! And just this week, I made a low carb smoked sausage and sauerkraut for a main meal. We both like that smoked sausage. Thanks! Hi, Benedicta!
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Hope you enjoy
Would love a low carb Nigerian recipe. This recipe looks great and easy too. You both done super great. Thank you. God bless you both and your work.
This recipe sounds delicious. I’m going to try it.
Benedicta is a joy, she always cheers me up! Thanks for the great recipe; I’m getting tired of cabbage; I need something new to celebrate the weekends with.
Hope you enjoy
I switched to Contour that you are using after watching this video. I also found it reads a little higher then my True Matrix but the average on the Contour matches my A1C of 5.4 a little better. Plus it has a phone app that records peaks which is very useful to track trend after meals and morning fasting levels.
I bet this would be great with regular sausage and might sprinkle the tops with chopped cooked bacon! This is a great breakfast or brunch idea! Thank you for posting this video. Can hardly wait to try it out.
I just made this recipe (Mexican Breakfast) and loved it! It turned out great. My family loved it too. I used chopped up Canadian bacon since that’s what I had, and did the rest of the recipe. Next time, I’ll try using sausage for the base. I think this would be a great idea for large families or holiday get togethers, everyone would love it whether low carb or not. You could get a very large muffin pan and do an assembly line style of putting them together. Everyone could decide on their toppings, like real bacon bits, sour cream, and or jalepenos.
By the way, I just had my bloodwork done at the doctor’s office. My fasting blood glucose was 88! And I’m 58 yrs old.
I’m delighted. Thank you keto diet and thanks for the recipe ideas!
Wonderful fasting glucose!
@Beat Diabetes! Thank you! Keep up the great work you two, (a lovely team) are doing for us,
You two are soooo precious. You don’t need any sugar. You are naturally sweet, just as you are. Thank you for all you do.
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This made a great dinner. I chose to use chorizo as my base. They came out wonderful. Thanks for the recipe and thanks for the great program. I’m cooking for myself and love that tomorrow’s meal is already complete. I made four of these. Before the program I would have wanted to eat all of them tonight. I’m so happy to be satisfied with smaller portions and no snacking. You’re program is working for me. Thank you Dennis and Benedicta!
You two are such a blessing and encouragement in the low carb lifestyle. Thank you and God bless.
You can make the fritatas ahead and refrigerate after cutting the pie wedges placed in sealable container then warm up on plate and top with the extra shredded taco cheese, mild picante sauce and dollope of sour cream.