Fitness coach reveals how to make a healthy breakfast BAGEL

Your Sunday Morning Brunch: Fitness Coach Reveals How To Make A Healthy Breakfast BAGEL — And It’s Only 324 Calories

  • Fitness coach reveals how to make a healthy breakfast bagel packed with protein
  • Bec’s dish is only 324 calories and says it would be ‘600+ calories’ in a cafe
  • She bakes an egg and bacon in the pan and bakes her sliced ​​bagel in the airfryer
  • This is Bec’s current breakfast go-to because it’s gluten-free and has 20g of protein

A health and fitness coach has revealed how to make a healthy breakfast bagel that’s packed with protein and the perfect way to start your day.

Bec Hardgrave of Brisbane, said the breakfast dish has only 324 calories and says that ‘the cafe version would easily have 600+ calories’.

Bec starts by frying or scrambling an egg and an egg white in the skillet first.

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Bec Hardgrave [pictured] told breakfast dish has only 324 calories and says 'a cafe version would easily have 600+ calories'

Bec starts by frying or scrambling an egg and an egg white in the frying pan first

A health and fitness coach has revealed how to make a healthy breakfast bagel that’s packed with protein and the perfect way to start your day

Then she adds 50 grams of chopped bacon to the casserole to cook.

Then she puts a sliced ​​gluten-free bagel in her airfryer and let it toast until golden brown.

Once toasted, Bec lays the perfectly cooked eggs on top of the bagel and puts the crispy slice of bacon on top.

Then she adds 50 grams of chopped bacon to the casserole to cook. Then she puts a sliced ​​gluten-free bagel in her airfryer and let it toast until golden brown

Then she adds 50 grams of chopped bacon to the casserole to cook. Then she puts a sliced ​​gluten-free bagel in her airfryer and let it toast until golden brown

Bec’s Breakfast Bagel Ingredients:

  • One Coles Gluten Free Bagel
  • 50g Short sliced ​​bacon
  • An egg
  • A Protein
  • 15 ml fountain barbecue without sugar sauce

Finally, she sprinkles Fountain with no sugar barbecue sauce to add some extra flavor and enjoy.

‘This is one of my favorite breakfasts right now and it’s GF and [contains] 20 grams of protein,” said the Brisbane fitness trainer.

Her simple recipe has received countless responses from fellow breakfast fans, and many will be trying it this weekend.

Once toasted, Bec places the perfectly cooked eggs on top of the bagel and adds the crispy bacon slice on top and finally she drizzles Fountain no sugar BBQ sauce on top to add some extra flavor and enjoy.

Once toasted, Bec places the perfectly cooked eggs on top of the bagel and adds the crispy bacon slice on top and finally she drizzles Fountain no sugar BBQ sauce on top to add some extra flavor and enjoy.

‘Can’t wait to try this. Your hacks and low-calorie videos are the bomb,” commented one user.

“I never thought bagels would be a healthier option,” said one woman accompanied by a heart-eye emoji.

‘I’ll make this first thing in the morning! Thanks for the great idea,” said another.

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