Since I’ve been busy working toward a little bit better eating lately, I decided to try egg whites, since my Mom keeps telling me how much she loves them. So, I finally made some scrambled egg whites and decided to make a sandwich with them.
I did this less than a week ago, and I have probably had about five of these for various meals. The fun thing is that you can customize it in so many ways depending what you have around the house and what your unique tastes are.
The Ingredients I Used:
- Arnold’s 100% Whole Wheat Sandwich Thin
- 1/4 – 1/3 cup Egg Whites (I’m using the liquid in a carton, although you could separate eggs yourself if you have something to do with the yolks.)
- One slice of cheese (your choice of cheese – I just put on a slice of American because it’s what I happened to put my hand on first and didn’t involve me having to get out the cheese slicer)
- 2 slices of precooked bacon (one time, Eric and I split three slices of bacon, and that was still nice)
Obviously, the directions are pretty self explanatory. Make the eggs, assemble your sandwich, and enjoy!
Then, maybe the next time, you can try a new ingredient on it!
Breakfasts can be a challenge for me. What are some of your favorite things to make for breakfast?
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