The same is true regardless of the meal. You already know I eat supper leftovers for lunch. That's not just being lazy, although that's part of it, but it's also being practical and economical. For breakfast I often eat the same thing. It has eggs, it has cream cheese, it has... oh wait, that's it! Two ingredients. It takes about three minutes to make and it's really delicious. You can add a little sweetener if you like, and even pour on a little real maple syrup. That makes it taste more like French toast. Sort of. But I just like the eggs and cream cheese version. I can whip it together in a soup mug at work and have a hot and healthy breakfast. But even I like something different now and then, so today is devoted to some wonderful breakfast ideas!
|Egg Puff - sweet version with syrup|
1 tsp. of sweetener of choice
Real maple syrup
Heat cream cheese on high in a microwaveable dish for 20 seconds. (a soup mug works well). Remove from microwave and stir it up a bit. Add two eggs (and sweetener if using) and whisk with a fork until they are somewhat blended. There will be lumps, but that's okay. Heat in the microwave for 45 seconds. Remove and whisk again, getting the egg mixture as smooth as you can. Again, it doesn't have to be perfect Heat for two more minutes.
And that's breakfast! If you eat English muffins, I could totally see putting this on one and adding a little cheese and a piece of bacon to make a breakfast sandwich. I just eat it by itself, or sometimes with bacon.
Minute French Toast - This is another good one. I know we've all had some kind of muffin-in-a-minute or cake-in-a-minute. That's basically all this is, but then you slice it and grill it in a pan! If you've ever had a grilled muffin at Perkins you know what that does to it! Epic!
I use real maple syrup, as opposed to sugar free called for in the recipe. But that just depends on your eating plan.
Yogurt - Did you know I actually make my own yogurt? That doesn't fall under the lazy category,
|Yogurt with berries and honey|
Breakfast Crepes with Chia Berry Jam - These are a good make ahead kind of breakfast. I like to take them to a potluck brunch. They aren't hard to make at all. (You may sense a theme.....)
Blueberry Lemon Puffed Omelette - When I have a little more time I like to make this omelette. It is baked in the oven and so light and fluffy! Plus, you know... easy!
I realize there are a lot of eggs in these recipes. But I eat a lot of eggs! What do you like to eat? Do you have a recipe that needs cleaned up? Let me know in the comments and we'll see what we can do! Until then, Keep it Clean!!