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Eggs On A Cloud

Eggs on a Cloud (ie, Cloud Egg)

Eggs On A Cloud

A nice fluffy way to start your day!

Today I share a fun egg recipe along with some delicious side dishes. Let’s whip up some “Eggs on a Cloud” and get this breakfast (or brunch) party started!

Ingredients (for one serving)
1 Egg
1 Sweet Potato (eat just half of it, though!)
1/2 Avocado
1/2 Lemon
1 Green Onion
Imitation Crab Meat
Chopped Parsley
Chopped Chives
1 Tsp Maille Mustard
Olive Oil
Salt & Pepper


Start with the Sides

  • Fill a medium pot with water. Start heating it to boil.
  • Cut end off the sweet potato, and give it a few pokes with a fork. Add to the boiling water on high heat. While the sweet potato is boiling…
  • Dice up the avocado and crab meat, and add both to a mixing bowl.
  • Then add 1 tbsp of olive oil, chopped parsley, lemon, a dash of salt, and 1 tsp Maille mustard. Mix it all together.
    • (*watch how I squeeze the lemon*)

Now the Eggs

  • Pre-heat the oven to 400°F
  • In a bowl, crack an egg and separate the yolk from the egg white.
    • (*another cool trick to look out for!*)
  • Set yolk aside.
  • Add a pinch of salt and whisk egg whites on high until they are foamy and form sharp peaks.
  • Next, add black pepper and chives and gently mix together.
  • Cover an oven-safe pan or baking sheet with parchment paper and lightly spray with some zero calorie olive oil.
  • Spoon the mixed egg white onto the parchment paper and make a little cup in the middle. Add the egg yolk.
  • Place the pan in the oven until whites are golden but yolk is still slightly runny, ~approximately 15 mins.
  • The sweet potato should be ready by now! Test by poking with a fork, which should penetrate easily..
  • Remove the sweet potato from the water and place it on a paper towel to dry and cool a bit.

The Presentation

  • Cut the sweet potato in half length-wise. Use a fork to gently break up the potato so the lemon juice can get absorbed… Top with chopped green onion and lemon.
  • Remove your eggs on a cloud from the oven and plate along with the crab mixture and sweet potato.

Bon Appétit


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Hana Zarour

Movement Specialist; Specialist in Sports Nutrition, Exercise Therapy, Weightlifting Performance Coach.

I get most excited when working on projects and challenges that stimulate growth and thinking.

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