I use this "recipe" -- if it can even really be called that, it's so simple -- to make a breakfast that's really quite versatile. It's a simple egg sandwich not unlike the ones you can get at fast food places, only managing to simultaneously be much healthier, much cheaper, and nearly exactly as tasty. It's also easy to make them at the office very easily. The trick is to make the egg patties ahead of time and save those, then assemble the sandwiches at the time you'll eat them.
- Non-stick spray
- 2 pints of Egg Beaters or equivalent, or, 12 eggs
- Salt and pepper to taste, if desired
- Hot sauce to taste, if desired
- English muffins (I use the Thomas's multigrain ones)
- One of the egg patties
- A slice of American cheese, if desired
- A slice of Canadian bacon, if desired
- Ketchup, if desired
It's not quite as good as a homemade sandwich made with a real fried egg and toasted muffin, naturally. But you can make it in under a minute. It costs a fraction as much as the prefab breakfast sandwiches in the freezer section, but it's just as convenient and just as fast, and a fair bit tastier. It's also a lot healthier, particularly if you use the Egg Beaters and multigrain muffin, which you'll be surprised how little impact they have on the taste.