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CHANCE2B Posts: 119
8/10/10 7:58 P

I posted a recipe for Egg/Veggie dish (yet to be rated) which is quite good, easy, high protein. I usually use reduced fat string cheese instead of mozzarella. Works for breakfast or a light dinner.

CRAZY4BOSTONS Posts: 366
7/17/10 11:24 P

i don't like the boiling in a plastic bag..but the tortilla idea..I am trying that!

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7/17/10 10:57 P




You dont have to use a plastic container, glass works just fine.!!!

SWAMSER Posts: 262
7/17/10 10:06 P

Put a flour tortilla (soft taco size) in a shallow bowl, edges should go up side of bowl about 3/4 inch. Add an egg and lightly scramble (be careful not to break your tortilla). Veggies, cheese top it off. Microwave (90 seconds for my microwave) till egg is set. Slide out of bowl, roll up....out the door!

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TOLEGIRL1 Posts: 111
7/15/10 9:06 P

Breakfast fahitas sounds terrific and easy to do. I find breakfast the hardest thing to do and tend to eat it later in the morning as I am up most mornings at 0530. I have cooked eggs in the fridge and grab one to eat on the go. Yogurt and a fruit cup is usually my routine and of course.......tims ! CAN'T live without that LOL Great ideas Thanks

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URSULA745 Posts: 58
7/15/10 7:19 P

Well, I'm going to be the unpopular one. I don't thinks it's safe to cook in those plastics. I will use my pan with olive oil instead. Sounds like an easy idea, though, if you don't have the fear of cooking in plastics.

URSULA745 Posts: 58
7/15/10 7:19 P

Well, I'm going to be the unpopular one. I don't thinks it's safe to cook in those plastics. I will use my pan with olive oil instead. Sounds like an easy idea, though, if you don't have the fear of cooking in plastics.

URSULA745 Posts: 58
7/15/10 7:19 P

Well, I'm going to be the unpopular one. I don't thinks it's safe to cook in those plastics. I will use my pan with olive oil instead. Sounds like an easy idea, though, if you don't have the fear of cooking in plastics.

URSULA745 Posts: 58
7/15/10 7:19 P

Well, I'm going to be the unpopular one. I don't thinks it's safe to cook in those plastics. I will use my pan with olive oil instead. Sounds like an easy idea, though, if you don't have the fear of cooking in plastics.

URSULA745 Posts: 58
7/15/10 7:19 P

Well, I'm going to be the unpopular one. I don't thinks it's safe to cook in those plastics. I will use my pan with olive oil instead. Sounds like an easy idea, though, if you don't have the fear of cooking in plastics.

URSULA745 Posts: 58
7/15/10 7:08 P

Well, I'm going to be the unpopular one. I don't thinks it's safe to cook in those plastics. I will use my pan with olive oil instead. Sounds like an easy idea, though, if you don't have the fear of cooking in plastics.

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7/7/10 9:51 P

Gosh- sounds way better than my 3 hard boiled egg whites eaten over the sink, with a few prunes and a cup of tea.
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7/7/10 7:07 P

I'll have to try it. I'll have to see if I can make one and freeze it for later.

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7/7/10 7:00 P

Sounds Great

PAULAR03 Posts: 2,965
7/7/10 5:16 P

Great idea

EVANSTON55 Posts: 645
7/6/10 10:50 A

super idea. I'm always looking for new and different ways to spice up food. Thanks

REVELATIONGIRL Posts: 1,452
7/5/10 9:52 P

I like to make breakfast fajitas. You can mound it w/veggies. You can use turkey sausage to save some fat and calories. I use low-fat sour cream sometimes, sometimes none. Salsa is another great low-cal/big taste extra. Grab a wheat tortilla. Make scrambled egg, saute or even steam some veggies if you want, cook your sausage. I use all the typical fajita fixin's, lite versions. It's satisfying, different, fun, and definitely can be made IN your 300-400 calories. YUM

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NALASMOM Posts: 440
7/5/10 9:07 P

will try it tomorrow! no clean up, quick and easy!

AAKROYD Posts: 1,138
6/29/10 5:50 A

It works great. Paula Deen has done it too.

60SIXTY Posts: 24,911
6/29/10 5:36 A

I saw Rachel Ray do this. but, I haven't tried it.

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EVANSTON55 Posts: 645
6/27/10 2:07 P

Boil a pan of water. Cut up everything you want in an omlet. Take a zip lock bag. Add eggs, your choice of ingredients. Put all in the bag and mix well. Add a little seasoning and then roll bag to get out excess air. Seal bag and place in boiling water for 15 to 20 minutes. Take out, unzip bag, place on plate and enjoy. Easy and can be done at home or camping. Try it.

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