Thursday, July 14, 2011

60 Second Egg Sandwich

Breakfast is the single most important meal of the day!  You've heard it before, you know it's true. But how often are you running out the door thinking "I just don't have time!" You either end up going with out anything at all or you make that (usually) bad decision to grab a bite on the road.  But "Fast Food" doesn't have to be "bad for you food"!  What if I told you that you could have an amazingly delicious egg sandwich, full of protein, low in carbohydrates and only takes you 60 Seconds to make?!  It's true!

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60 Second Egg Sandwich
1 egg
1 slice cheese
1 slice tomato
a few leaves fresh basil
a smear of low fat mayo
1 sandwich thin
salt and fresh ground black pepper
nonstick cooking spray

Break one egg into a ramekin that has been sprayed with nonstick cooking spray.  Lightly give the yoke a little whisk with a fork.  You need to break the yoke slightly, otherwise it can explode in your microwave- you don't want that!  Season egg with salt and pepper and microwave on high for 60 seconds.  Now microwave times may vary, so depending on how "hot" your oven cooks and how firm you like your egg you may wish to decrease the time slightly.  I found in my microwave 45 seconds is perfect.  Remove ramekin with pot holders- these little guys get hot!

With the tip of your butter knife slide the egg out of the ramekin.

Smear half of your lightly toasted Sandwich Thin with a little mayo, top with tomato, fresh basil, egg and a slice of cheese.  And there you have it.  60 seconds (or less if you have a microwave like mine!) to a delicious, perfect egg sandwich.  There is absolutely no reason not to have time for breakfast again!

Be sure you play around with this!  Swap out the Sandwich Thin for an english muffin and the tomato and basil for a slice of Canadian Bacon and you've got yourself a 60 Second Egg McMuffin!  These guys are fast, fun and super versatile.

And if you are as crazy about these wonderful 100 Calorie Sandwich Thins as I am then be sure you come back on Saturday where I will share with you a fantastic recipe so you can make them yourself at home.  It's awesome!

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