Welcome to the team, Brittney! I have a couple go to breakfasts that I make up in advance for when my mornings are going to be on a tighter schedule.
2 eggs or 3 egg whites (scrambled in a bowl)
1 green onion
1 slice turkey bacon or extra lean ham or lean turkey sausage (which ever meat I cut up)
1 oz low fat cheese
1 Tbsp salsa
1 6" tortilla wrap
1: Cook up the meat of choice in a non-stick frypan that I spray with Pam.
2: Add thinly sliced green onion, sauté for a minute
3: Add the scrambled eggs
4: When eggs are cooked I put mixture into wrap, top with cheese and salsa. Roll and enjoy.
I often make several of these on Sunday, wrap with papertowel and put into large container and put into the fridge so I can zap them in the microwave for a minute before running out the door. Adjust ingredients to meet your tastes, I some times add black beans also for a fiber boost.
This is a recipe that is very close to mine, I often will add mushrooms or spinach to mine also. recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp?
OH, another one I like is a breakfast smoothie. Put your desired frozen fruits and ice cubes into a bag or container in the freeze so you can just dump into blender in the morning, add a little milk or juice and a scoop of protein powder, blend and go.
With the wrap idea, you can throw anything into a wrap and go, they are easy to eat on the run. Try throwing a little leftover salad in with a sliced hard boiled egg, or smear a Tbsp of peanut butter over a wrap and add a banana, roll and enjoy. Even cheese and veggies, or deli meat, left over chicken...really what you can put in there is endless. Hope this gives you a few ideas that will appeal to your tastebuds.
I look forward to getting to know you and sharing this journey with you.
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