Salmon love heart frittatas

Salmon love heart frittatas

Salmon love heart frittatas

Surprise your Valentine with these cute salmon love heart frittatas. They are easy to make, plus if you want you can make them in advance and just heat to eat for that romantic breakfast for two. Serve with bubbles and love!

Salmon love heart frittatas

This polyunsaturated fat also keeps your heart and cholesterol levels healthy

 Ashleigh Feltham (MNutrDiet)

A delicious new inclusion to your weekly breakfast repertoire. The star has to be the Safcol Salmon in Springwater which provides the main fat needed in your brain called omega 3 fat. This polyunsaturated fat also keeps your heart and cholesterol levels healthy. It’s further enhanced by the monounsaturated fat found in the extra virgin olive oil. In addition to this, this oil has over 36 different antioxidants which help fight off free radicals.

There are two parts which make up omega 3 fat in salmon called DHA and EPA. The DHA part of omega 3 fat structure in salmon is the main type of fat needed in the retina of your eye.  So, omega 3 is an important part of maintaining healthy vision.  Omega 3 fat may also help reduce insulin resistance which is important for normal blood sugar levels in your body. Also, this amazing fat has been shown to reduce the effects of aging on your brain which can lead to mental decline and diseases like Alzheimer’s disease.

The crushed garlic will pump up your immune system due to a compound called allicin. The peas and potatoes will also help, giving your body a good dose of vitamin C. The cherry tomatoes will make sure your heart and prostate stay healthy with an antioxidant called lycopene. All these vegetables will support healthy blood pressure as they all contain potassium.

The eggs provide a great range of nutritional benefits including vitamin A for healthy vision and immune support, vitamin D to allow calcium to be absorbed properly in your body and iodine and selenium for optimal thyroid function, just to name a few. The cheese will add to the iodine and selenium content to support a healthy metabolism. Cheese also will help to keep your bones and teeth strong with a good dose of calcium.

This recipe is a must-try at least one day of your week.

If you’re after more delicious salmon recipes, we’ve plenty to choose from in the salmon recipe section on our site!

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