Make a batch of Pancake, Egg and Sausage Breakfast Sandwiches and freeze them. Then you can grab a healthy, low calorie and low fat breakfast before you run out of the door.
The first week of 2015 is almost over! What? How did that happen? I am still writing or typing 2014 on everything. OK, OK, it is time to get a grip. This year I decided to go back to making a New Years resolution. I had stopped, because, well, I rarely achieved them. I thought if I didn’t make a resolution but just tried, I might accomplish them. That did not work either. I was feeling very down about it, until I realized that even though I haven’t met all my goals, I haven’t given up! So this year I made a New Years resolution to make myself healthy, really healthy. It really is semantics, I need to once and for all lose the weight. I actually am healthy from the point that my heart is healthy and all my blood work is great. I do exercise, but it is the weight that is weighing me down. Way down.
Funnily enough, I always eat a healthy breakfast. As long as I have something already made, I am good to go. Breakfast is also the one meal that I am happy to eat the same thing every day. My preferred breakfast is a breakfast sandwich. Have you seen the prices of those frozen breakfast sandwiches? Holy cow! $6 for four of them. Wow! I can make them so much cheaper and have fun with the flavors. I did invest in a whoopie pan so I could bake my eggs and in this case the pancakes too. I just love the savory and sweet combination of this sandwich. It reminds me of a breakfast sandwich I use to enjoy from a fast food restaurant. I haven’t had it in years.
I made twelve of these Pancake, Egg and Sausage Breakfast Sandwiches and froze them. Then I can pop them in the microwave and enjoy a hot breakfast. I really need protein in the morning. My husband is quite happy with baked oatmeal in the morning, like Carrot Cake Baked Oatmeal, but my body wants the protein. I used egg beaters to cut some calories. If you want the healthy fat of the egg, scramble up some eggs. You can also use my recipe to make your own Turkey Breakfast Sausage or buy some. Finally you can find some good quality turkey or chicken sausage patties at the grocery store. Rejoice!
Make a batch for yourself and enjoy a healthy, low calorie breakfast in a matter of minutes.
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Happy Healthy Eating,
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