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    Breakfast & Brunches (Eggs+Toast)

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    I was in the mood for an omelet (love omelets!) and also wanted to use up some ingredients that I had on hand. I came up with this yummy omelet that has the delicious flavors of eggs, tomatoes, basil and feta cheese. Measurements are an approximation...you can use more or less to your liking.

    Recipe #281901

    This will impress your Aunt Bee at the next family gathering. I love eggs and mustard together. From the March 2003 issue of Better Homes and Garden. Experiment with different vinegars.

    Recipe #143464

    3 Reviews |  By Jen T

    Tasty variation on scrambled eggs. Use as much tomatoe and cheese as you like. Tastes better than it looks!!!!!!

    Recipe #30370

    6 Reviews |  By BarbryT

    A little labor-intensive, especially if serving topped by a sauce, but just delicious. Hollandaise, Mornay, Bearnaise all are possibilities.

    Recipe #224032

    1 Reviews |  By ellie_

    A great way to use garden herbs. This is adaptable to whatever herbs you have in your garden. When I made it mostly chives and tarragon because that is what I had the most of, but I think this will be good with oregano or other fresh herbs too. The original recipe didn't use any cheese, but I added two slices of deli Swiss cheese (about 1/4 cup). Recipe source: Bon Appetit (Bon Appetit 1991)

    Recipe #172871

    I'm always looking for high taste low fat foods...here's one that I was experimenting in the kitchen this morning. Wonderful! Leave me reviews and let me know what you think!

    Recipe #171663

    1 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Recipe source: RD Home Herbs

    Recipe #283943

    1 Reviews |  By ellie_

    This recipe was posted on Weight Watchers. com but I enjoyed it so much (plus it was filling too) I didn't want to lose it. I made some minor changes that won't affect the point count - I figure 4 pts/serving. This made so much filling that it really is enough for 2-3 burritos (or served as scrambled eggs).

    Recipe #341829

    2 Reviews |  By ellie_

    I really liked these eggs and they are only 3 points! Adapted from a recipe posted on weightwatchers.com The original recipe also included scallions and cilantro in the salsa which I didn't have.

    Recipe #344726

    5 Reviews |  By ellie_

    I enjoyed this simple 2 point breakfast - and it was a great way to use up some feta and spinach too! The original recipe used chopped tomatoes, which I didn't have. Recipe source: WeightWatchers.com

    Recipe #345359

    2 Reviews |  By ellie_

    This was good and filling - the original recipe (Weight Watchers Magazine January 2009) used ham - I used some leftover chicken instead. This is about 3 WW points/serving.

    Recipe #350760

    2 Reviews |  By ellie_

    If following the WW flex plan this is 4 points/serving -- which is very do-able as a breakfast dish,even if adding fruit to make it a complete breakfast.Recipe source: WW Magazine (March 2008)

    Recipe #298163

    Who says eggs have to be boring? This is a hearty vegetarian meal that could be as at home for an evening meal as it is for breakfast. I originally found this recipe in BBC Good Food Magazine.

    Recipe #306219

    Wanting to take advantage of all that lovely chard while it's still fresh? Here's a simple and light recipe for a hot summer's day! Makes one dinner-size portion.

    Recipe #245396

    The tortilla adds a delicious crunchy shell and it smells so good while it is cooking. I actually made up this recipe from items in my kitchen and couldn't believe how wonderful it tasted! It is now a hit in my family and so EASY to make. Please rate and give feedback. Update: Since I first made this five years ago, we still enjoy this at least once a month. I have found that I can alternate the ingredients to use up items I have in the fridge. I have used mushrooms, sauteed onions, cherry tomatoes and even feta cheese instead of cheddar cheese. And it always comes out fantastic. I have also found that there are times I need to use more or less eggs depending on the ingredients. Also, a glass pie pan is so much better than a metal as it toasts the tortilla just right. Such an easy recipe with gourmet taste!

    Recipe #115110

    I adapted this from a friend's recipe. My family requests this a lot for breakfast. Tastes great on toast or by itself. I LOVE avocado and find it tastes great sliced on toast with the scrambled tofu.

    Recipe #239129

    Since trying some of the recipes on the South Beach diet I've learned how to prepare foods with less calories and carbs. The egg basis for this omelet is Nulaid Liquid Eggs. This liquid egg replacer comes in a 16 oz. carton is cage free and 99% real egg. I got it at Wild Oats. They contain less then 1 gram of carbs per serving. I served my omelet along with one piece of sprouted wheat toast and a little Earth Balance Vegan margarine. I also had a nice hot cup of herb teal to wash it down.

    Recipe #272748

    Amo il cibo italiano! Here is a different breakfast wrap. I usually make them for dinner though! You can really use whatever vegetables you like. Mangiare felice!

    Recipe #274362

    Posted in answer to a request. It is said that it helps keep diabetes in check.

    Recipe #54547

    A Thai dish that lets you use bitter melon, which certainly lives up to its name!

    Recipe #53530

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