A new way to make an old dish: air fryer egg souffle. We love our eggs and now that they are zero points on the Weight Watchers Freestyle Program, we are making them all sorts of ways. Want a quick and easy breakfast that you can make in just a few minutes? Want a meal you can freeze and have later in the week? We've got you covered! This super simple recipe only takes 20 minutes from start to yum 🙂
Air Fryer Egg Souffle
The best part about egg souffles is that you can mix them up however you want. Add in some zero point Greek yogurt to make them a bit fluffier, add different spices to mix them up, or even add some chicken for an extra kick of protein! I know we ave talked a lot about adding protein to our diet. That's because it keeps us full longer, which helps with weight loss!
We have been looking for a different way to make eggs, and this morning we made an Air Fryer Egg Souffle that turned out simply amazing. Our Air Fryer is starting to get a workout as the summer months are here. We have not put our Instant Pot away, but we are breaking out the Air Fryer, so get ready for some amazing dishes.
Why are Eggs Zero Points?
According to the Weight Watchers Website the foods on the zero point list help to form the foundation of healthy eating habits. It is also very hard to overeat these foods. Eggs are very versatile, and for most adults eggs don't have a significant impact on your cholesterol. You can add broccoli and mushrooms to eggs for a healthy, quick zero point breakfast. Top them with salsa or go nuts…with almonds of course, anyway you want to make them it's up to you. They are zero points and a delicious addition to breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Be sure to calculate points when adding toppings like almonds. 😉
With 200+ zero point foods, you can add your choice of veggies or zero point protein to your egg mixture.
Top with your favorite fat free cheese and a side of turkey bacon for a filling meal.
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A great way to start your day 🙂
- 4 large Eggs
- 1/2 cup mushrooms
- 1/2 cup broccoli florets
- 1 spray cooking spray (a few)
- 1 tsp crushed red pepper
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 1 tsp minced onions (use onion powder if you like :))
- Spray ramekins with pan spray
- In a medium sized bowl scramble eggs, garlic, onion and red pepper together.
- Add broccoli and mushrooms mix well
- Pour eggs into ramekins
- Place ramekins into the airfryer
- 350 for 15 minutes, make sure the eggs are cooked. If not, air fry for another 5 minutes.
- Serve hot
This recipe is easy to double/triple and they do freeze well! Just let them cool, pop 'em out of the ramekins, and place in a freezer bag.
- Category: Breakfast
- Cuisine: American