I love Thomas Light multi-grain English muffins. I get them any time I find a good deal on them. Snoopy already said most of the ways I use them. I sometimes add lean meats to those egg sandwhiches like turkey linquica, center cut bacon (30% less fat then standard bacon), lean ham or even my own homemade sausage (extra lean ground pork, turkey or chicken and varies seasoning, egg whites and bread crumbs). Delish and filling.
You could also go eggs au gratin. Use one English muffin, one slice of Candian Bacon (usually fairly lean) and one pan fried egg and top the whole thing off with low fat cheese sauce. It tastes really great.
8/8/12 10:13 A
When I lived in MN this very nice lady brought me a dish that was great. It was egg with onions and peppers cheese and fish on the bottom on a toasted english muffin it was so good.
PIZZA - split english muffin so you have 2 circles. spread some pizza or pasta sauce, a bit of mozzarella cheese , italian seasonings, a drizzle of olive oil and some veggies. bake 350 degrees until cheese is melted and muffin is crisp.
EGG SANDWICH - "fry" an egg in Pam, melt a slice of cheese on top and add a slice turkey sausage and you got a great Breakfast
TOASTED - spread peanut butter or one laughing cow cheese triangle
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8/7/12 1:35 P
Toast them and spread with your favorite nut butter or jelly. Make some eggs/egg whites, toast the muffin, and add cheese and the breakfast meat of your choice for a tasty breakfast sandwich (this is an all time favorite for me). Use it instead of bread for lunch. Have it on the side at dinner or as a snack with some cottage cheese.
8/7/12 10:49 A
I just discovered Thomas light multigrain english muffins. Love the fact that they are 8 g. of fiber....now just needing some ideas on what to do with them...