I Worked Out and Had Dippy Eggs

Post title explanation: After typing up this post, I turned to Ryan and said, “What should I title my post? I worked out and had dippy eggs. Whadda ya got?”

His reply: I Worked Out and Had Dippy Eggs

The man is clearly an un-tapped blogging genius. 😉

On to today’s post!


I give myself leeway when it comes to working out on the weekend, but if time permits, I love sneaking in a sweaty workout first thing in the morning.

To say today’s 9 a.m. gym session was sweaty is quite the understatement.

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This was the sight that greeted Ryan when he came to find me after his workout was over.

I definitely worked up a sweat thanks, yet again, to Jessica’s At Home Cardio Blast workout.


Before completing two rounds of the Cardio Blast circuit, I did 30 minutes of cardio, split evenly between the stair master and the elliptical.

As if the circuit isn’t hard enough by itself, doing two rounds after already completing 30 minutes of cardio made me sweat like a monster!

Needless to say, I worked up quite an appetite.


My pre-workout quesadilla held me over fairly well, but after that workout and a 2.5 mile walk with Ryan and Sadie, I was ready for a real breakfast.


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I made myself a dippy egg, seasoned with salt ‘n’ peppa, to enjoy with a toasted Arnold multigrain sandwich thin and two strips of Morningstar Farms veggie bacon (one went directly into my mouth and didn’t make the picture).

I loved every last yolky bite!

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So good!

Once we were finished licking our plates, Ryan and I spent some time in the backyard, soaking up some sun and playing with Sadie.

Now it’s time for lunch before we head out for the day.

Catcha lata! 😀


  1. Bridget@PavementandPlants says

    I call them Dippy Eggs too (from Michigan!). I’m glad I’m not the only one.
    Whenever I’m out for breakfast I forget what the proper title is and have to explain it to the waitress. They are so good!


    • says

      To do burpees, you begin in standing position, then squat, bringing your hands on the floor in front of you, bring your feet back and push up. Bring your feet back in squat position and lean up as high as you can. Some people also jump.


  2. says

    I’m a big fan of your title too 🙂

    Mmmm, dippy eggs. Pre-vegan days, that was a definite favourite of mine (and I guess, in memory, still is!). My dad would always make me one for my birthday 🙂


  3. sweetsandskinnyjeans says

    I’ve never tried dippy eggs before! The yolk kinda grosses me out, but I keep hearing how they good they are! Ha.


  4. Caroline says

    I know this is a super old post, but I stumbled upon it! I have to ask … what exactly are “tuck jumps?”

    PS – SOOOOO glad u are back from your trip b/c I missed your blogs! #favoritebloggerever



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