Bridget’s Veggie Egg White Muffins

There are so many different ways you can prepare them and sneak them into meals to get that added protein.

My favorite protein hands down are egg whites.  There are so many different ways you can prepare them and sneak them into meals to get that added protein.  I consume a LOT of egg whites and most commonly for my daily breakfast.  However, I am always trying to find various ways to make them so I don’t get bored!

Here is one of my favorite egg white recipes, watch my video below:

Bridget’s Veggie Egg White Muffins

What you will need:

Muffin Tin


Egg whites


Non-Stick cooking spray

Optional: Salt & Pepper

  1. Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees
  2. Spray muffin tin with non-stick cooking spray
  3. Fill muffin tin cups halfway with veggies
  4. Pour in egg whites
  5. Salt and pepper to taste
  6. Bake for 25 minutes or until firm
  7. Let cool if storing or serve warm.

Time Saver Tip: Buy pre-chopped veggies, I prefer chopped bell peppers, saves time and waste.

Time Saver Tip: Spray the muffin tin well or you will be scrubbing the pan for days.

Time Saver Tip: Buy liquid egg whites and save time cracking eggs and waste less.

Trust the Process

Trust in the process. Have faith. Hard times will come and that’s a guarantee, how you handle them and what you learn from them, not that is up to you.

On this journey as a fitness model and competitor, I have learned many life lessons. I have come to realize that many of the lessons I’ve learned through training for a show and competing can be applied to every day life.  Today I want to write about a very simple but significant lesson I’ve learned; trusting the process.

I’ve been sitting on this topic for about two months now as I was putting the very concept of “trusting the process” to test in my personal life.  Now, one thing I know for sure is that if you follow a good nutrition and exercise program you will see good results. I know this from my fitness competition days where I personally experienced having to trust the process and seeing it work magic on my body. However, when it comes to real life events and trusting that everything happens for a reason, it can be a little more challenging for me to sit back and trust that everything will turn out okay.

Let me tell you how I put trusting the process to the test. Two months ago I walked away from a job without another one lined up and not even any prospects. I was stressed out of my mind, I have these reoccurring bills that seem to come at me every month. Not only that, but I would need money to buy chicken and egg whites and of course take my son, Christian to Target, the place I easily spend a $100 when I just went in for one thing.  Don’t act like you don’t know what I’m talking about ladies!  On the flip side, if I wanted to get all crazy, I had another option; not working and spending the next two months with Christian living like a free spirited human no longer chained to a desk.

So began the internal struggle, the planner, controlling side of me said to “get a job now” and the calm, cool and collected side said “stop and enjoy the summer with Christian”.  After some struggling I decided to spend the next two months kicking it with Christian.  I was fortunate enough to be able to cover my expenses for this time period so I decided to take advantage of it. I would TRUST that the right job would come at the right time.  Summers are my time to spend with Christian and how perfect it turned out that I was able to spend the next two months with him instead of dropping him off at the daycare then gazing out my office window wishing I was with him at the pool instead.
You and MeWe had a wonderful and memorable two months together! Then in perfect timing an awesome job opportunity presented itself. Christian would soon be leaving  and I would be able to start my new job a week after he left. The timing, and the opportunity were perfect, better than I could have planned.   You might think it to be a simple coincidence.  I’d like to think it’s because I chose to follow my heart, let go of the need to be in control and to just trust the process.  I had my doubts many times, but I could either sit around and stress, or let go and trust.

The “process” as I refer to it are the events that happen to us, most of the time they are unexpected and can often times be hardships we go through.  I am still learning to trust that each event is happening or has happened for a reason. If we allow them, these experiences can be an opportunity for growth, or just simply an opportunity to see things in a different light. It also makes things a lot less stressful. I mean when you think about it, sitting around worrying is a lot of hard work and wasted energy. Hard times will come and that’s a guarantee, how you handle them and what you learn from them, not that is up to you.  Trust the process.

Food Network, Here I Come!

It’s no secret, abs are made in the kitchen!   Remember in my recent post I Have a Confession I told you I hadn’t been to the gym in months? The biggest key to staying fit was my nutrition and the way I continued to eat even when I didn’t have time to hit the gym.  My secret? Meal prepping.  I want to share with you some of the tricks and tips I’ve learned so you too can grow with me on this journey towards a healthier, happier lifestyle.

In my full length video I show you how to meal prep for a week of successful and tasty meals in just under an hour.   Watch the promotion video and click the link below to receive the full length video.

Click here for the full length meal prep video.

Feel free to ask questions! I love to help you learn what has been a significant part in keeping me fit all year long even when I didn’t have time for the gym.

Behind the scenes of filming
Behind the scenes of filming

If there are any recipes or meals you’d like to see me cook, feel free to send me an email ( or comment below.

Happy, healthy eating!