Stuffed French Toast by Megan from Colorado

Roswell, New Mexico is the birthplace of spaceship sightings and DaVita dietitian, Megan. Although Megan swears she never saw an alien growing up, maybe it was because she had her mind in the kitchen instead of outer space.

“I have always been interested in food. I love eating it, cooking it and studying the many different aspects of nutrition and what it does for your body,” Megan explains. “I became a dietitian because I wanted to help teach others about food and help them make good choices for overall health.”

Megan received her undergraduate degree from New Mexico State University and went on to complete her graduate work and internship at the University of New Mexico. Though she joined the DaVita staff in Colorado just three months ago, Megan already feels part of the team.

“I like working for DaVita because I think it is a great company. I really like all of my teammates…they are caring, quality people.” Megan adds, “It is a very positive environment to work in and that makes it a joy to come to work everyday.”

As a dietitian, Megan tries to make a difference in patients’ lives by being a good support person and friend to them.

“The thing I like most about my job is getting to know the patients and actually seeing that what I do makes a difference in their lives,” she shares. “It is very rewarding to see a patient get excited about meeting goals on their report card.”

And as any proud Roswell native should, Megan shares a delicious breakfast recipe that’s out of this world…Stuffed French Toast. Let it land on your table soon.

Recipe

 

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