You knew it was coming the healthy breakfast and lunch menu posts I mentioned and here is the breakfast post! In order for me to reach my weight loss and my health goals I have to be “Super” organized everyday with my food. My neighbor Barb told me about a Pinterest post where you bake your eggs in a whoopie pie pan. You can use a muffin pan for this however the whoopie pie pan make the eggs flatter to go on a breakfast sandwich. I have to say when Barb first told me about this I was not convinced so she brought me one over and I was impressed they are delicious and they do not taste like they are baked and made with very little oil. I have eaten these from Monday to Friday and I have made just enough for the week and by Friday I can tell you that they taste fresh even at the end of the week. So to make them I put the oven on about 365 degrees and I bake them for about 9 to 11 minutes you’ll have to figure out what works for your oven… you do need to spray a little bit of oil on the bottom of the pan to keep the eggs from sticking.
I should mention that we are very fortunate because my husband has found a local butcher shop well not super close though about an hour away where he will buy bulk sausage without any additives or preservatives that we will patty out for him and my son to eat. I on the other hand because I’m watching my fat calories to meet my weight loss goals I’m typically buy turkey sausage links or patties or put slices of Canadian bacon in my breakfast sandwiches.
When I was looking for a Tupperware or Rubbermaid container to house this new breakfast program can make all of our lives easier and more convenient in the morning that I discovered that my deviled egg tray Tupperware container would work perfectly for the system. Picture shown below.
We typically eat these eggs and sausage that are already pre-made on English muffins but sometimes my son will put his in a wrap. I do poke the eggs before I microwave them to make sure they don’t explode. These have definitely helped our morning routine go smoother and I hope some of you will try it and let me know how it goes for you. I also like to add a little bit of reduced fat shredded cheese on my muffin but the point of this was to make it so we didn’t have a “What on earth am I going to eat?” dilemma. Not to mention also helping you avoid the cost of paying for convenience foods…how much is a breakfast muffin at your local fast food restaurant right now?
My next post will be on organizing healthy lunches I hope you enjoyed this post and I will be back here soon with my lunch organization post. I also still love my Summer Porridge too so I alternate days typically and I love both of these breakfasts they are both extremely sustaining in my opinion.
Have a beautiful week!
- Breakfast Sausage English Muffins (twohungrysisters.com)
- Bacon, Egg, & Cheese Breakfast Sandwich (reflectionswithrhonda.com)
- Meal Makeover: Sausage McMuffin (losingitblog.com)
- 10-minute Homemade Breakfast Sandwich (theresabridget.wordpress.com)
- Breakfast Sandwiches Kids Will Eat (5minutesformom.com)
- Delicious Breakfast Recipes (answers.com)