Breakfast for dinner..

Cheesy Spinach Scramble

I love breakfast for dinner.  Who doesn’t!!  I stumbled up on this recipe last week on Kraft foods website while getting my weekly dinner plan down.

The best part of this dinner was that it was under 300 calories, low fat, and low cholesterol (yay for me).  And the kids sure didn’t notice a difference!  I was a bit nervous that they wouldn’t like the “green stuff” inside the eggs, but they both asked for more!!

Here’s what you need

1/2 cup baby spinach

1 cup of All Whites (100% Liquid Egg Whites)

1tsp Mrs. Dash

Multi-grain English muffin, toasted

Slices of fat free Kraft Singles

Turkey Bacon – I added this little fun part

 

Turkey Bacon

 

Here's what you need

Here’s what you do:

Cook the spinach in a non stick skillet on medium heat for 1 minute or until spinach starts to wilt.

Add egg product with Mrs. Dash; cook and stir 1-2 minutes or until soft set.

After toasting muffins, fill with egg mixture and add bacon and cheese!  Hopefully you’ll have some leftover bacon to add to the side!

Easy, good for you, and most importantly, the kids loved it.  And when the kids love it, you know you get to make it again!!

 

Breakfast for Dinner

Enjoy the rest of your week.

Patricia – Two Girls Cooking

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2 thoughts on “Breakfast for dinner..

    • Thank you. It was very good. Once you soften the spinach and add the eggs, they’ll only know if you tell them what it is. I did and they still ate it. I always try to tell them to at least give it a try before you say you don’t like it.
      Thanks for coming by again.
      Patricia

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