Easy does it! Breakfast does not come much faster than this, the eggs were almost ready before my toast. I used regular egg whites, no spinach and green onions instead. Can't believe how low cal this is - just right after Christmas....... Made for Went to the Market Tag
I skipped the onions and the mushrooms, but it was still great. Only needed 1 1/2 minutes in my microwave. Super convenient & healthy. Thanks!
A perfect quick and healthy breakfast! This will definitely be a repeater in my house. Thanks for sharing! ***Made for PRMR***
Other than making these on the stovtop with a skillet, made recipe as posted. Loved the addition of the spinach the this, and made no adjustments to the ingredients. This was one great breakfast. Made for Zaar Stars...
This made for a quick and tasty lunch. I used Garden Vegetable Egg Creations for the egg, omitted the spinach, added a 2nd mushroom and a bit more onion to compensate. It only needed to be microwaved for 1 1/2 minutes. I then placed in on a flax seed whole wheat tortilla with a bit of salsa. Yum Yum. Made for Veggie Swap 24.
This was very good and I'm happy that it is healthy! I did do mine in the skillet because I had the time, but I'm sure it would taste just as good in the microwave. I used 3 egg whites and 2 mushrooms, in addition to the other ingredients. Wonderful! Thanks for sharing! Made for Photo Tag.
It was very good. I omietted the onion and added more mushroom. Thanks Debb :) Made for Holiday tag
Woo-hoo! 2 WW points, tasty and easy! My kind of recipe for sure. I used a chive and cheese egg substitute and everything as listed. My microwave took 2 minutes to cook this. I had this with a small whole wheat bagel and it was a great breakfast. Made for Zaar Stars. Thanks Debbwl! :)
Quick and easy -- as well as delicious! I used 1/2 cup egg beaters and 1 slice of Alpine Lace Swiss cheese. Only cooked it for 2 minutes. Thanks for sharing this keeper!
I made this for the DM and myself using 4 eggs (next time I will use 3) and served toasted wholemeal/wholegrain bread. I have a 900 watt oven and cooked for 2 minutes on high, stirred, then cooked at 50% power for 1 minute, stirred and then for 30 seconds at 50%. To me they were a little rubbery so with that said I would take a little longer cooking them at 50% power and stirring at one minute intervals which I think will give a fluffy results.