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The easiest meal prep breakfast: egg loaf     

Another day, another dolla’

I’ve been asked to get a little more personal on my blog. Supposedly people can connect with me better that way. You know, find common ground and shared experiences. All for it. Except I’m horrible at being personal. I’ll give it a go and see where it gets me. 
As you may or may not know, I’ve been working on my NTC certification and with that has come some pretty awesome opportunities, one of those being the opportunity to work with a local holistic nutrition practice in my hometown. For me, it’s a BFD.  The reason I enrolled in the NTC program was because the values and beliefs it held to whole-food nutrition and the foundations of health. I could’ve gone a hundred different ways, but this program aligned best with what I believe in. The hard part? Most nutrition practices in the Midwest, specially the Quad Cities, follow a very different approach … one that I wouldn’t feel comfortable working with. So when I drove past this new holistic practice, I slammed on the breaks, walked on in and told them I needed to be a part of their team. (Strength: asking and not giving AF.)
Nutrition Works Holistic Health is owned and run by Lori Sullivan, R.N., HHP. The first time I met Lori, I was amazed by her calming presence and the way she spoke. She was equally genuine as she was brilliant. A perfect combination for the field. Her practice is focused around Nutrition Response Testing — something I actually went through when I was younger. It’s incredibly interesting. Different, but interesting. Starting in January, I’ll be in charge of marketing – generating interest and educating the community, we’ll also start working on adding nutritional coaching to that role. 
See, B…F…D…
I’ll keep you posted. 
In the meantime, check out Nutrition Works Holistic Health.
Now for that personal stuff. Totally random and probably completely uninteresting. 
  • My (full) first name is Katryn (pronounced, Cat-Trin) 
  • I tried to build a chicken coup when I was about 12 because I wanted chickens. Still do.
  • I was a 100M hurdler in college and dabbled in the decathlon.
  • I have an obsession with Christmas. 
  • The only movies I’ve watched more than twice: Goonies, Princess Bride, Lord of the Rings, Julia & Julia, and A Christmas Story
And here’s me in my natural element on my lunch break, obviously way too excited about this box I just bought from TJMAXX (taken by my lil peanut love, who also suggested these personal sentiments:) )
Alright, food talk. Because that’s why we’re here, right?
This egg loaf, man. It’s been more popular than this current comb-over phase.
For good reason … it’s easy and tastes good. 
All you need in life: ease & tastefulness. 
Here’s the recipe. 
Egg Loaf
Serves 6
Easiest breakfast meal prep ever.
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
25 min
Total Time
30 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
25 min
Total Time
30 min
  1. 1 dozen pastured eggs
  2. 1 tbs ground mustard
  3. 1 package organic breakfast sausage
  1. In a medium skillet, brown sausage until fully cook. Set aside to cool.
  2. In a baking dish, grease with coconut oil.
  3. Crack a dozen eggs into the dish and whisk in mustard.
  4. Add sausage to egg mixture.
  5. Cook at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes until fully cooked through.
  1. Add cubed sweet potatoes, vegetables, or greens!
egg loaf

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