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Old 01-01-2015, 03:55   #11
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Part of it is that I was taught from a very early age to never waste food. Part of it is that I also want to cut expenses, not add to them.

I can't eat an egg if it's even the least bit runny -- that includes sunny-side-up. I always order scrambled at a restaurant. At home, I drop the egg(s) into a frying pan, break the yolk, then flip over the egg when the underside is cooked.
Hard boiling eggs ahead works too.


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I get up at 5:30 four mornings a week. I bake a casserole of a pint of eggbeaters, cup grated cheese, four Canadian bacon and four slices of cheese and microwave on quarter on my early mornings. There are endless combo of this have also used spinach and feta.

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The texture does change, but that works to your advantage if you're using the egg as the bun! The taste doesn't change as far as I've seen. For a while we were buying premade frozen breakfast sandwiches and they tasted fine, they just had too many carbs in the bun part.

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When I want a "on the go" breakfast, I'll make some egg muffins with bacon or sausage. They're easy to make beforehand and if kept in a plastic container or zip top bag will last 3-4 days.

Can be nuked for about 30 seconds to reheat or eaten chilled. Top with cream cheese or a bit of salsa. Yum!

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David, the Egg Muffins sound ideal. I will hunt for recipes.

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I think I've posted it in the "what's for dinner" sticky.

But if you can't find it it's pretty easy.

One egg per muffin
One strip bacon per muffin
(Sausage links and patties vary according to size but generally one per egg

Pre cook bacon/sausage to desired doneness, then crumble

Mix eggs as though making scrambled, adding HWC as desired

Salt and pepper to taste

Ladle egg mix into muffin tins

Add bacon/sausage

Bake at 350 til muffin passes toothpick test

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Whats HWC?

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Heavy Whipping Cream - http://www.diabetesforum.com/diabete...used-site.html

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Thanks, John. I keep forgetting where that link is, and I think I better bookmark it this time Cognitive decline is a *****.

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Sorry Sue but what does "Cognitive" mean - I just don't remember at all (Hopefully I'm joking)

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