A portable low-fat breakfast! Egg roll wrappers/skins are found in the produce section of most supermarkets. If you're ambitious,search "egg roll wrap" and "egg roll wrappers" and try the homemade variety. These freeze well: just use the defrost setting in the microwave - or let sit overnight in the refrigerator - then toast in a toaster oven.
- 1 (8 ounce) carton egg whites (shells removed) or 6 eggs (shells removed)
- 1⁄3 cup nonfat milk or 1⁄3 cup milk
- 1 teaspoon garlic pepper seasoning
- 1⁄2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
- 1 (10 ounce) package frozen chopped spinach, thawed and squeezed dry
- 4 ounces turkey sausage (or turkey bacon or regular bacon, even veggie bacon or veggie sausage) or 4 ounces sausage, cooked and chopped in small pieces (or turkey bacon or regular bacon, even veggie bacon or veggie sausage)
- 8 egg roll wraps
- 1 cup reduced-fat monterey jack cheese (optional) or 1 cup monterey jack cheese, shredded (optional)
- 4 tablespoons asiago cheese
- non-fat cooking spray
- Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
- On the stove, heat a large skillet greased with cooking spray to medium high.
- Whisk together egg, milk and peppers in a bowl, and add to skillet; scramble until nearly done. Add spinach and cooked meat and stir together until well-mixed, then remove from burner.
- Assemble the egg rolls: on each wrapper, place one-eighth of the egg mixture (almost half a cup), two tablespoons shredded jack cheese (if using) and sprinkle with half a tablespoon of asiago cheese. Moisten the edges of each egg roll wrap; fold in sides and then roll tightly the long way like an egg roll in a Chinese restaurant; place in a baking dish greased with cooking spray.
- Spray the top of the egg rolls with cooking spray and bake for eight minutes, then flip on the other side and cook an additional eight minutes or just until starting to crisp and turn golden. Allow a minute to cool and then ENJOY!
The kids and I loved these. We made a full-fat version, with regular eggs, cheese, & bacon. I didn't have garlic-pepper seasoning, so I used 1/8 tsp each of pepper, garlic powder, & salt. They cooked more quickly than the recipe indicated - I pulled out after 6 minutes on the 2nd side. And I got 11 egg rolls out of this, as they would have been too stuffed using only 8 wrapper.
This was really good. I browned a 12 oz. roll of pork sausage and used 12 oz.'s of spinach, so I had a lot of filling. We made 15 egg rolls. Dipped in salsa, these were a fantastic Christmas breakfast. I didn't use the cayenne because my wife can't handle any amount of heat, but I didn't feel that detracted from these great little egg rolls.
Super good recipe. I doubled the the amounts; I made them to have on hand when we need a quick breakfast. These are not only quick they are quite tasty, as well.