Author / Rachel Koo

Prep: 15 min / Cook time: 45 min / Servings: 6

A simple and delicious breakfast made to save you time in the morning before work or wow your friends at brunch! Serve alongside breakfast potatoes, green salad or a Mimosa.


Per Serving.
Calories: 362
Protein: 23g
Carbohydrates: 5g
Fat: 28g (content will differ depending on how much bacon fat was used in cooking or was eliminated)


– 1 package of bacon
– 6 eggs
– 6 servings egg whites
– 1 onion, diced
– 1 package of mushrooms, sliced
– 1 bunch black kale, chopped
– Salt and pepper to taste.


Step 1: Preheat the oven to 375 F.

Step 2: Fry up bacon in a hot skillet and put some of the excess oil aside to grease your pan for the quiche.

Step 3: Add the onions, kale and mushrooms to the pan and sauté until softened. Once cooked add to greased pan.

Step 4: In a mixing bowl whisk together eggs and egg whites, salt and pepper if desired. Add egg mixture evenly to baking pan.

Step 5: Bake for approximately 45 min or until the edges are brown. The quiche will puff up while baking and then deflate when cooked.

Step 6: Feast!!

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Rachel Koo

Rachel has enjoyed sport her entire life and embarked on her coaching career in 2012. Starting as a personal trainer in various gyms, she eventually found CrossFit which lead her to CrossFit Football. In 2015 Rachel completed her CrossFit Football certification which opened up many doors of opportunity within coaching. Since then she has completed Power Athlete Methodology course, earned her Block 1 and put that knowledge into action coaching collegiate level athletes. Throughout the years training, proper nutrition and lifestyle habits have been the pillars in helping her clients and athletes achieve their true potential. Rachel currently working as a performance coach applying the Power Athlete principles with all of her clients.

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