Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Breakfast Sandwich

Have you ever tried those frozen low fat higher fiber microwavable breakfast sandwiches that are in the freezer section? If you have not done so I recommend that you do not bother. My little tasty treasure will blow theirs away and make your taste buds sing with delight. Another bonus is that mine is also low fat and has fiber as well. Not only that it is quick and easy to make. I call that double goodness and we could all use some of that. My recipe calls for one sandwich but make as many as you want. So this is the best reason not to skip the most important meal of your day. Enjoy!

  • 1 egg
  • 1 Thomas Bagel Thins, Everything flavor
  • Morning Star Farms soy bacon strips, 2 strips
  • Sargento Reduced Fat Pepper Cheese slices, 1 slice
  • Olivio buttery spray
  • Cooking spray

Heat a nonstick skillet over medium heat, then spray with cooking spray and crack a egg into the skillet. Meanwhile place bagel into toaster keeping in mind that it is thin and toasts much faster than a regular bagel, but do not toast yet.

Now after egg has cooked for about a minute start to toast the bagel. Place two strips of soy bacon on a microwavable safe plate and place into microwave. Cook egg for one more minute then flip over and gently break the yolk (so that it may cook all the way through), and add one slice of cheese on top of egg to melt.

Next start to microwave the soy bacon for about 65 seconds or until crispy. Every microwave is different so cooking time may vary. When bagel is toasted remove from toaster and spritz the buttery spray on the inside of both bagel surfaces. Remove cooked bacon from microwave and with a flat knife loosen bacon from plate as it has a tendency to try to stick to the plate.

Add egg with melted cheese onto bagel bottom, break the bacon slices in half to fit onto sandwich and place on top of the egg. Place top of bagel on sandwich and eat right away or snag this tasty baby and squeak out the door with it..

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