This 3 Ingredient Baked Jicama Ranch Egg Stack with thinly layered jicama, eggs, and your favorite seasoning is a delicious, low carb high fiber alternative to serving the same old eggs at breakfast! 

Baked Jicama Egg Stacks 4

Three ingredients. That’s it! Could it be any easier? By now, I’m sure you know my love of all things quick (and easy)! And if you follow me on Instagram then you know my love of eggs! It’s really more like an obsession. We have the epic cheeseburger omelette, cajun salmon frittata, bacon, egg & mango waffles, and for my sweet side, banana split crepes. The crepes may be more like dessert, but they are still egg based! Win! 

I love eggs for quite a few reasons. 1) they taste delicious! 2) they are very versatile (see above sweet and savory options), 3) they are an excellent source of protein, and 4) when my days are crazy and my head feels like it’s spinning at 7am I can make something quick and simple like this 3 Ingredient Baked Jicama Ranch Egg Stack in a matter of minutes! 
Baked Jicama Egg Stacks 1

So, yup. One morning when I was long overdue for breakfast (insert: hangry) and still needed to shower, I tossed these 3 ingredients together into a ramekin, said a prayer that it would turn into something edible and hopped in the shower while it baked. Someone was on my side that morning because this delicious 3 Ingredient Baked Jicama Ranch Egg Stack turned out epic! Hence why you are seeing it today! 

 

Serves 1

3 Ingredient Baked Jicama Ranch Egg Stack

With three simple ingredients, you can have a healthy and fiber filled breakfast ready to enjoy any day of the week! This 3 Ingredient Baked Jicama Ranch Egg Stack is another versatile dish too!

5 minPrep Time

20 minCook Time

25 minTotal Time

Save RecipeSave Recipe

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees
  2. Coat a 4-inch oven safe dish with ghee/coconut oil or nonstick spray
  3. Whisk together eggs and seasoning
  4. Layer jicama slices into dish
  5. Pour eggs on top
  6. Finish off with an additional sprinkle of ranch seasoning
  7. Bake for about 20 minutes or until eggs are cooked and jicama is fork tender
Cuisine: American | Recipe Type: Breakfast
7.6.4
6
https://ingredientsofafitchick.com/2016/11/01/jicama-egg-ranch-stack/

If you don’t have ranch seasoning you can make your own healthy version with one of these tasty recipes over on Pinterest! Or, feel free to use your favorite seasoning! Like I mentioned above the great thing about eggs is that they are so versatile! I have used garlic & herb, taco seasoning, pizza seasoning. They all work so good! Give it a try and let me know what you think! 

Baked Jicama Egg Stacks 2

 

 

Don’t forget to pin the recipe to make this weekend! Or better yet, meal prep a few! They are awesome reheated during the week! 

Baked Jicama Egg Stacks

 

 

What is your favorite way to eat eggs?

 

sarahkesseli

1 Comment

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.