A lot of people skip breakfast because they say they dont have much time....and if they do eat something sometimes people will reach for a cereal bar or a pop tart. If you have 1 minute, I can tell you how to make a low cal/low fat breakfast sandwich.
Crack Egg on saucer plate & poke the yolk with a fork. Microwave egg for 25secs. Take the fork -cut & mix egg up. Microwave 30secs more. Put on a flatbread round and add fatfree cheese and Canadian bacon...add some tomato or other veggie if you wish. scrub plate with scru pad & cold water 2 clean
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This makes for a fast and easy breakfast. The egg cooks up so that it can fit on an English Muffin (or a Whole Wheat Sandwich Thin.) Scramble up an egg, or egg whites - add in toppings like ham, cheese, spinach, onions, mushrooms, peppers etc and you have a yummy breakfast sandwich!
Much cheaper and healthier than the other fast food breakfasts out there! You don't have to put it on bread, it can make a nice little omelet too. I bought mine at Wal-Mart, it's made by Nordic Ware. Excellent quality and does a great job!
Vitalicious, the makers of Vitimuffins, have come up with two new breakfast sandwiches. The Egg & Cheese and the Egg, Veggie and Cheese sandwich. Each are 150 calories and I was excited to give them a try. I'm really not impressed. They taste bland and they cook in the microwave unevenly. I think I'd rather make my own!
Update: Tried the updated microwave instructions. While it works better, these new instructions take the convenience out. So, what's the point? Nope, sorry Vitalicious, but I'll be making my own egg sandwiches and saving my money.
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