Mix your eggs in a bowl and set aside. Saute any veggies (onions, mushrooms, etc.,) set aside. Using the bands from canning jar lids, place top side down on a warm skillet. After the bands have warmed up, spray pan and inside of bands down with Pam. Place 1-2 Tablespoons of veggies in each band. Pour enough egg over the top to almost fill the band (about 1/4 c. or 4 Tablesppons). Using a fork, move the veggies around a little. (This will help keep the veggies attached.)
After the egg has cooked, gently flip the egg & ban over & cook a little longer. When the eggs are complete, using the tines from a fork, lift the bands off the eggs & remove from heat. Now your eggs are ready to be enjoyed on top of an english muffin! great for meal planning!
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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!
The basic breakfast of eggs, bacon, and cheese can be presented so that it appears to be quite different meals. Chop up your veggies and bacon and heat in skillet, pour over the scrambled eggs, put lid on top, put on low for 20 mins is a fritata. Add cheese at the end of cooking. Or line a muffin tin with cooked strip of bacon, add the scrambled eggs, bake for 20 mins at 400 -- now you have a breakfast muffin. Top with cheese. Or keep it simple and just scramble the eggs and bacon
When I make muffins, cakes, or brownies, I substitute skim milk for the milk, applesauce for the oil, and egg beaters for the eggs. If it calls for 1/2 c. of oil, use 1/2 c. of applesauce. Egg beater conversion is 1 egg equals 1/4 c. egg beaters. This really cuts down on the fat and it doesn't take away from the taste.
I don't recommend substituting applesauce for oil in cookies though. It makes them too doughy.
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