Special Scramble Breakfast

Tuna Egg Scramble

A lot of people say to me that they don’t have time to have breakfast in the morning.  I have never understood this as I have always been one of those people that make time for it.  I also have to make time for it otherwise I will get hangry (as my friends would say) and that’s not the best way to start the day, especially if you are on the receiving end.

It’s always good to start your day off on a good foot with a bunch of healthy nutrients to get you on your way.  This recipe is one of my favourites, I would eat this after a training session and have balanced it so that there is a good source of protein and carbohydrates, the carbs have been sourced from the grapefruit.

If you are trying to reduce the amount of starchy carbs you intake (such as bread, pasta and rice) fruit and veg are a way to make up these carbs in a different form, grapefruit is one of these.  Not only is it low in calories and good for you, it is high in fibre and helps to feed off hunger and lower cholesterol.  However, grapefruit can be a bit of a desired taste, I never really used to like it but when you mix it the tuna egg scramble it is not as noticeable, alternatively, if you need a little bit of extra help then drizzle a teaspoon of honey over it 😉

If you like this recipe check out: Super Breakfast Muffins

Prep Time: 2 Mins

Cook Time: 3 Mins

Total Time: 5 mins


1 calorie spray low fat olive oil

1/2 grapefruit

1 egg

1 egg white

50g tuna

2 tablespons sweetcorn

50g fresh spinach

1 teaspoon soy sauce


  1. Heat the skillet and spray with the 1 calorie spray olive oil.
  2. Whisk the eggs together and pour into the skillet.
  3. Wait until the egg starts to cook and bubble and then scramble.
  4. Add the tuna and the soy sauce.
  5. Add sweetcorn and spinach and cook for 1 minute until the spinach has wilted.
  6. Place half the grapefruit on the plate and then add the tuna spinach scramble.
  7. Serve.

Nutritional info per serving;

Calories – 283

Carbs – 25.66g

Protein – 25.83g

Fat – 8.16g

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By | 2018-04-10T15:03:47+00:00 February 18th, 2018|Breakfast, Food, Recipes|0 Comments

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