Friday, November 18, 2011

Easy Breakfast Sandwich

The other (weekend) morning, in a semi-rush to get out the door, but a desire to not spend money on breakfast, I whipped up these breakfast sandwiches.  Easy, healthy, and cheap.  I used what was in the fridge, so feel free to improvise with what you've got.

* Bread for toasting
* 3 eggs
* Ham
* Spinach
* Red onion

Heat a bit of olive oil in a skillet.  Saute your chopped onion.  Crack your eggs and poke the yokes.  Add ham and spinach and let the bottom of your egg mixture cook. 

When the top is fairly firm (not very runny), split your egg mixture into two or four (depending how good your flipping skills are) and flip.  

Toast your bread.

Remove egg mixture (fully cooked now) from skillet, place on toast, add ketchup/mayo/whatever-your-lil'-heart-desires, and top with other piece of toast.

(Wrap in tin-foil if it's to-go &) enjoy.



jamie said...

You are making me hungry!! I am trying to save my appetite for next week when I am sure I will indulge in Thanksgiving madness. (I am in charge of dessert...Nutella anyone?!)

M.R. said...

Those look really good!

Diana said...

I LOVE breakfast sandwiches. They are probably my most favorite meal ever. Then again, I'm a big breakfast fan...I would much rather go out to breakfast than to a nice dinner!

Anonymous said...

Yummy! Do you ever try cooking our eggs with just egg whites? It actually tastes just as good and fewer cals!

Amanda @ Life with A.Co said...

@Anon: Yes, actually! For this since I was making two sandwiches, I used four yolks of six eggs and as somewhat of a rule of thumb, I never eat more than two yolks. When I made my omelet I use four eggs and only one yolk. Thanks for the tip!

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