Feed Zone Portables: Basic Baked Eggs

  • By Chef Biju Thomas and Dr. Allen Lim
  • Published Apr 21, 2015

A simple, real food solution to take on your next long ride or run from the new cookbook Feed Zone Portables.

Basic Baked Eggs

Servings: 6
Time: 10–15 minutes

6 eggs
2 tablespoons chopped cooked bacon

Optional Additions
¼ cup grated parmesan
salt and pepper

Heat oven to 350 degrees. Thoroughly coat six cups of a standard nonstick muffin tin with cooking spray.

Carefully crack one egg into each muffin form. Position pan on the middle rack of the oven. To evenly cook the eggs, rotate the pan after 5–6 minutes, or when the eggs begin to turn white.

Bake until the whites set and the yolks look partially set (about 10–15 minutes total). Remove from the oven; the eggs will continue to cook while resting. Sprinkle with bacon or salt and pepper to taste.

While the eggs are resting, use a plastic knife to loosen them from the edge of the pan. Let cool to the touch before wrapping. Store extras in the refrigerator.

Per Serving: Energy 80 cal, Fat 6 g, Sodium 178 mg, Carbs 0 g, Fiber 0 g, Protein 7 g, Water 63%

Nutrition facts for optional additions can be found in Appendix B of Feed Zone Portables.

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About Feed Zone Portables

When Dr. Allen Lim left the lab to work with pro cyclists, he found athletes weary of processed bars and gels and the same old pasta. So Lim joined professional chef Biju Thomas to make eating delicious and practical. When the menu changed, no one could argue with the race results. Their groundbreaking Feed Zone Cookbook brought the favorite recipes of the pros to everyday athletes.

In their new cookbook Feed Zone Portables, Chef Biju and Dr. Lim offer 75 all-new portable food recipes for cyclists, runners, triathletes, mountain bikers, climbers, hikers, and backpackers.

While preparing the Feed Zone approach for his athletes, Dr. Lim discovered an important clue about why so many pro cyclists have been abandoning highly processed nutrition products. Pro athletes have been leaving these products at home because of bloating and digestive distress that often occurs when highly concentrated carb solutions enter the gut. These unnatural concentrations can temporarily dehydrate athletes and cause negative side effects. Real foods, with much higher water content and natural sugar concentrations, digest more easily, more quickly, and with less likelihood of dehydration, bloating, and GI distress.

Feed Zone Portables features real food recipes that are simple, delicious during exercise, easy to make, and ready to go.

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