Good Morning! Are you hungry for breakfast? I hope so because I made you a delightful and healthy breakfast! With all of the crazy sweet treats that I have been making and with many more to come, I need some healthy food to throw in or I will be as big as Santa! Not Good! I found this recipe in The Pioneer Women From My Frontier Cookbook.
I know that we all love Ree and one day we all hope to have her success. I beg pretty please every day to one day have a blog with her kind of success! Until that day comes around (way off in the future!) I will just keep baking and cooking and blogging! All that daydreaming can make a girl really hungry and there is nothing like a filling and satisfying breakfast to start the day off!
Ree’s version had some heavy-duty ingredients in it and I wanted to lighten it up a bit. I mean I have 2 hungry men here but they are not Ranchers that are in the fields all day. So as wonderful as her recipes are they can be kinda loaded! I used turkey bacon and just half of the yolks and mostly whites.
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I have no formula to determine just how many calories I saved but I know it had to be quite a few! I can tell you that you won’t miss the calories or the fat grams in this lightened-up version! They were gobbled up good and they gave us great fuel to start the day! I kinda wish I was eating one right now!
Go ahead and have a second one! You have a busy day ahead and need a good hearty breakfast to keep you going!
This is a recipe adapted from The Pioneer Woman. This can all be assembled the night before and broiled in the morning for faster service!
- 6 English Muffins
- 6 hard boiled eggs (I used the whites of all six and the yolks of only three)
- 1/2 cup fat free mayo
- 6-8 slices turkey bacon
- 2 tbs Dijon mustard
- salt and pepper to taste
- 1/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese (I used 2% milk cheese)
- 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
- make and peel the hard boiled egg chop them in small pieces
- make and crumble the turkey bacon
- in a bowl mix the mayo, mustard, salt and pepper, and Worcestershire sauce
- fold in the eggs and bacon and cheese
- spread mixture on each half of the English muffins
- broil on low for 3-5 min (careful not to burn them. I turned the pan halfway through)
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