Breakfast Stuffed Peppers

Karen Wollock: "Delicious! And super easy to make" Read More


  • 4 red bell peppers (any color bell pepper works)
  • 16 ounces frozen chopped spinach
  • 4 eggs
  • sea salt
  • pepper
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    NutritionView More

    Sodium15% DV350mg
    Fat9% DV6g
    Protein25% DV13g
    Carbs5% DV14g
    Fiber24% DV6g
    Calories150Calories from Fat50
    Total Fat6g9%
    Saturated Fat1.5g8%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat50
    Total Carbohydrate14g5%
    Dietary Fiber6g24%
    Vitamin A350%
    Vitamin C270%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Karen Wollock 5 months ago
    Delicious! And super easy to make
    Panda 6 months ago
    I'm not a fan of cooked spinach at all so I substituted white rice and it's delicious! Easy to make, tasty and so fresh-tasting!
    Lucas 6 months ago
    Make sure you pick “tall” peppers and account for the size of the egg (large vs extra large) cooking time also varies in convection I was closer to 20 min
    Rovinski 6 months ago
    Switch out the bell pepper with a poblano for added flavor. Slice the poblano in half; steam for a few seconds to soften; add some cheddar cheese or jack; steam til done; Top with cilantro.
    Turney a year ago
    Really good and quick and easy. i added bacon before the egg and some seasonings. turned out great for flavour. Will cook longer next time as my egg was a bit runny at bottom of pepper.
    Queenabrelatas a year ago
    Like the other reviewers, I found it bland. It’s a good start though and you can really run with your imagination. I added quinoa, broccoli and bacon to mine. I can’t wait to make it again with a new twist.
    sharla a year ago
    Definitely needed some tweeking to get some flavor, but as a base it is great!
    Mary Burger a year ago
    Delicious, fancy looking but easy!! Endless options! Cheese, bacon crumbled sausage!!
    AirePhi 2 years ago
    Easy to make, delicious and fun to eat. My son loved them.
    Innaja 2 years ago
    If pepper is big, it's pretty tasty if white cottage cheese's added.
    Daniela 2 years ago
    love Love LOVE this recipe! Super easy and versatile, great for breakfast or dinner.
    Fiona V. 2 years ago
    Added cream cheese to the spinach mixture. Came out great
    Cora 2 years ago
    Frozen spinach is not the best, better to use fresh.
    Leah N James W. 2 years ago
    It gets 4 stars for potential but this recipe is quite lacking in flavor as is. Variations I’ve made are using fresh spinach and quickly sautéing it with coconut oil (or butter if you do that) and a clove of pressed garlic (or two!) until just wilted. If you like a stronger smoky flavor of the roast pepper use the broiler on low, top rack, until softened and black blisters form instead of roasting at 400 for the first 15mins (they also cook faster this way-usually done after about 4mins per side). If you like you can top with fresh basil or even add advicado and bacon pieces on top or sometimes even just salsa on top is enough of a flavor punch if I’m in a hurry.. I make this often using different variations to change it up.
    kelcey luttrell 2 years ago
    i only made one bell pepper and just decreased the ingredients for myself. will definitely be making again! it’s easy if you make it at night, refrigerate and pop it in the microwave for a quick breakfast!
    Douglas 2 years ago
    Yummly awesome breakfast made with grits and cheese
    Brenda Brueggemann 2 years ago
    needs a lot more variety so far pretty good
    Patty B. 2 years ago
    The next time I make this, I will definitely use fresh spinach! The frozen chopped spinach made it taste nasty.
    Greg 2 years ago
    I enjoyed it, but I added a little bit of cheese between the spinach and egg, as well as salt/pepper to taste.
    Laura 2 years ago
    Excellent if you add cheese, salt and pepper