Egg Substitute with Bacon Omelet with Breakfast sausage

Egg Substitute with Bacon OmeletBreakfast sausage
Egg Substitute with Bacon Omelet

Spray frying pan with cooking spray and pour in two servings of egg substitute. About half way through, add in two servings of bacon bits and top with a little shredded cheese at the end. A quick and tasty omelet!

(0.25 cup) (59 ml) Egg Beaters Fat Free Original (x 2)
One Serving Pam Cooking Spray (x 2)
One Serving Oscar Mayer Real Bacon Bits (x 2)
(.33 cup) (78 ml) Cheese, Shredded, Kraft Old Cheddar (x 0.5)

Breakfast sausage

Remove 3 links from package. Place on a microvave safe plate and cover. Microwave on high 30-40 seconds (defrosted) ot 50-60 seconds(from frozen)

3 Johnsonville Breakfast Sausage Links Original (x 1)

No Beer Turkey Brat with Oven Baked Fries

No Beer Turkey BratOven Baked Fries
No Beer Turkey Brat

Combine the onions, garlic, ginger ale, sauerkraut with liquid, and pepper in a a small pot; bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low and simmer another 7 to 10 minutes. Add the bratwurst and simmer until the sausages are cooked through, about 15 minutes. Drain, and serve with sauerkraut.

1 Thin Slice Onion (x 2)
(1 tsp) (2.8 g) Garlic (x 1)
1 Can Canada Dry Ginger Ale Diet (x 1)
(.25 cup) (59 ml) Claussen Sauerkraut (x 1)
1 tsp (2.1g) Pepper, Black (x 1)
1 Brats Turkey Brats (x 1)

Oven Baked Fries

Wash potato. Cut into wedges. Toss with olive oil. Arrange on a baking tray and top with salt and pepper. Place in 450 degree oven for 30 minutes or until golden brown.

1 Medium Potato (x 1)
(1 tbsp) (15 ml) Olive Oil (x 0.33)
(1 tsp) (5 ml) Salt (Table Salt) (x 1)
(1 tsp) (2.1 g) Pepper, Black (x 1)

Cheeseburger with half a bun with Pasta with Butter

Cheeseburger with half a bunPasta with Butter
Cheeseburger with half a bun

Fry burger patty in non-stick pan for approximatly 3-5 minutes per side until desired doneness. Place cheese on bottom half of bun. Top with cooked hamburger. Top with ketchup.

1 Patty (3 oz) (86.31 g) Beef, Ground, 90% Ln Meat / 10% Fat, Patty, Cooked, Pan-Broiled (x 1)
1 Bun Wonder Buns Hamburger (x 0.5)
(1 tbsp) (15 ml) Heinz Ketchup Tomato Reduced Sugar (x 1)
1 Slice Kraft Deli Deluxe American Cheese (x 1)

Pasta with Butter

Fill a large pot with cold water. Pasta will expand up to triple its original size, so to ensure it cooks correctly, you'll need at least 1 qt. of water per every 4 oz. of dry pasta. If the water fills the pot more than � of the way full, use a larger pot to prevent water from boiling over the top. Allow the water to come to a full boil. You can cover the pot with a lid to speed up boiling time. If you put your pasta in before the water boils, it can start breaking it down prematurely, causing it to become soggy. Add salt to the water as soon as it starts to boil and let it dissolve. Put pasta into the pot of boiling water and stir frequently with a long wooden spoon. Stir pasta often, around every three minutes, to prevent it from sticking together or to the bottom of your pan. Stirring also allows your pasta to cook evenly.On average, whole wheat pasta takes up to 12 minutes to cook. Drain and serve with butter. Add salt and pepper to taste

(2 oz) (57 g) Pasta - Whole Wheat Spaghetti (x 1)
1 Pat Butter, Pat (x 1)
1 tsp (2.1g) Pepper, Black (x 1)
1 tsp Salt (Table Salt) (x 1)