Heat oven to 400F and start the process of boiling your eggs.
Blot dry the stringless sugar snap peas and lightly coat them with some olive oil, salt, pepper, and garlic powder then spread them on a baking sheet.
Put the baking sheet into the oven (as it is still heating up) and set a timer for 20 minutes. By this time, your eggs should be starting to boil to keep an eye on that.
In a large pan, pour some oil into it and let it heat up.
Check on your eggs, if the water as come to a boil, take it off the heat and let it sit for another 5-6 minutes. When they're done, run it under cold water or place in a ice bath.
Back to your skillet or wok, put some garlic in and cook it for a few minutes before putting in your corn, peas, carrots, and broccoli. Stirring it constantly, cook it to your preference of tenderness (if you like your broccoli a bit more crunchy, less; softer, more.)
Then back to your fried "rice," add in your cauliflower rice and two tablespoon of low sodium soy sauce or tamari and cook until they're tender. Again, if you want your dish to be more crunchy, cook it less.
In a lunch container, scoop in your healthy cauliflower fried rice and place one egg in it.
Your oven baked snap peas should also be done by now or soon (leave it in longer on a lower heat if you have more time). In a second container, store the oven baked snap peas. Optional: serve with dip.
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