Italian open-faced omelets include less cheese and more veggies than American ones. Mushroom and sausage frittata is a must-make.
This eggs in a mug recipe is excellent if you want a healthy breakfast but don't want to wash a lot of cookware.
By replacing useless white tortillas with whole wheat, switching fatty swine sausage for lean chicken sausage, and adding fiber-rich beans.
Heavy cream, cheese, and trans-fat crusts plague most quiches. This quiche uses antioxidant-rich sun-dried tomatoes, artichoke hearts, and lean chicken sausage.
If you use corn tortillas, which have half the calories and double the fiber of flour tortillas, this breakfast is tasty and healthful.
Sunny-side-up eggs, leeks, garlic, prosciutto, Parmesan, and mozzarella cheese top these pieces. If you want a unique pizza with lots of flavor, this is it.
We topped our BLT with a soft, runny fried egg instead of sauce. It provides gooey sweetness and protein you'll appreciate.
Why buy an expensive gut bomb when you can make something better, healthier, and cheaper in 10 minutes? Omelettes pose that question well.
Eggs are nutrient-packed. If you're sick with hard-boiled eggs, try this frittata dish. It's packed with bacon, vegetables, cheese, salt, and pepper for maximum taste.
Start with the perfect morning bread—the fiber-rich whole-wheat English muffin—and salsa as your sauce, then add eggs, ham, and cheese for flavor.