A couple of weeks ago, english muffins were on sale at my local store for $1. At this same store, Egglands Best Cage Free eggs have been on sale for the entire month of October. In addition, I had 50¢ off coupons that doubled up to $1.00, making these eggs cheaper than a regular dozen. (A friend wasn’t using their coupons, so I amassed about 8 or 9 of them). Needlesstosay, we’ve had a lot of eggs over the past few weeks (or us non-allergic girls, at least).
I made up a quick, nutritious and easy breakfast for my school-age daughter to pop into the microwave on those busy school mornings. I toasted 2 packages of whole wheat english muffins and fried up a dozen eggs. I then made Egg “Mc”Muffins, individually wrapped and froze them. (I would have added a slice of cheese if I had had any.) Unwrap and zap for 45-60 seconds. Voila! A warm breakfast.
Do you have any similar easy freezer breakfast recipes?
Our Allergy Home Meal Plan for October 30-November 5, 2011
Sunday: Wonderful Baked Salmon (only $6.99/lb. at Costco), green beans
Wednesday: Hawaiian Haystacks
Thursday: Baked Potatoes loaded with leftover Three Bean Chili
Friday: A dish from Wednesday’s giveaway. Stay tuned!
Saturday: Night out for annual school banquet.
Dessert: Probably lots and lots of candy!
Do you have a meal plan this week? Feel free to link up to your blog or leave a comment.