The Perfect Brunch Scramble for Weight Loss / Plant-Based Oil-Free
This scramble is unlike any scramble you’ve seen before, that’s because it is made up of veggies, greens, and beans! This whole food plant-based and salt-free, oil-free, and sugar-free recipe makes the most amazing savory breakfast, brunch, or even dinner if you are like us. Just chop a few things, add to a pot, toss it onto the stove, and you are eating in no time!
We love how filling, yet light this recipe is. Since this scramble is so low-fat it is the perfect option for those who may be working on weight loss. You can also use this scramble to make various dishes, so get creative! We have used this White Bean Scramble to make Chilaquiles that were sooo tasty! And if you love this recipe, you can also find it in our Well Your World Favorites Vol. 2 Cookbook!
We are going to begin this recipe by quickly chopping a few ingredients. First, dice up the onion and add it to a pot. You can use any onion you have on hand whether it is red, yellow, or white! Chop the zucchini up into half moons and toss it in the pot. The last item we are going to chop and add to the pot is the mushrooms. If you are not a fan of zucchini or mushrooms, sub them out for veggies that you do enjoy like bell peppers, tomatoes, broccoli, etc.
It is time to get cooking! Put the pot on the stove and sauté with water or veggie broth. While sauteéing, add in the garlic, continue to sauté for another minute, and then add the riced cauliflower. Make sure to mix it all together and continue to sauté until all the veggies are nice and tender.
Let’s take a trip to flavor town! You make this step super simple and easy by adding a no-salt seasoning blend like the Well Your World Galaxy Dust, Zesty, Chili Lime, or Lemon Pepper Pizzazz. We made our own blend by combining ground turmeric, paprika, crushed red pepper, and WYW Nutritional Yeast. Add the spice blend of your choosing to the pot and mix it in, adding some liquid along the way to prevent sticking.
Next, add the white beans to the pot. You can use any white beans you have on hand like Cannellini or Great Northern. Along with the beans, add in the greens a couple handfuls at a time. We used baby fresh baby spinach leaves. If the leaves are larger you can chop them up a bit too. Stir it all together, allowing the spinach to wilt. Once all the spinach has been added and wilted in, remove the pot from the heat.