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Smoked Salmon Breakfast Tacos

Who doesn’t love tacos? They’re fun to eat, easy to make and never boring!

Speaking of boring… I think I’ve gotta come clean. I’ve been eating relatively the same thing every morning for about a month now: two slices of whole grain toast - one with avocado, the other with smoked salmon and cream cheese - and a cup of scrambled egg whites. Luckily, it’s absolutely delicious, has the perfect balance of protein, carbohydrates & fats and never ceases to satisfy.

However, this morning, I wasn’t feeling entirely like having my “usual” breakfast combo. I wanted to spice things up a little. So, I figured - why not turn them into tacos instead?

That’s where these babies come in.

These Smoked Salmon Breakfast Tacos are a hybrid between MY favourite breakfast combo and, really, everyone’s favourite messy, social food. It’s high in protein, filled with good-for-you, healthy fats (like avocado & smoked salmon) and is truly the fresh burst of flavour I needed to shake up my breakfast this morning.

Try this recipe for a fun brunch gathering, or when you’re feeling like getting your hands a little dirty. (Trust me, it’s worth it!)

Recipe available below!


  • PAM Coconut Oil Non-stick Spray

  • 2 Medium Flour Tortillas

  • 1 cup (63g), Liquid Egg Whites

  • 50 g, Smoked Norwegian Steelhead Salmon

  • 0.50 cups, Spring Mix Salad

  • 0.50 medium, Avocado

  • 1 tbsp, drained, Capers, canned

  • ¼ cup Onion, thinly-sliced

  • 0.25 cup(s), Plain Greek Yogurt

  • Salt and Pepper (to taste)


  1. Heat a nonstick or regular frying pan on stovetop, set to around medium heat

  2. Spray some coconut oil cooking spray onto skillet and fry up egg whites, folding in half when almost fully cooked and quickly removing from heat

  3. Lay both tortillas onto a plate or even surface

  4. Spoon greek yogurt onto each tortilla, then cover with a few spring mix salad leaves

  5. Place half of your cooked egg whites overtop of greens

  6. Lay smoked salmon overtop and garnish with avocado, capers and thinly-sliced onions

  7. Season with salt and pepper to taste


Serves 2, calories per serving 302

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