My mornings are pretty busy most days. If I wake up even 5 minutes late my whole morning is thrown off because of rush hour traffic. Then there’s my 3 year old, who can be unpredictable as to what mood he wakes up in each morning. Does he wake up happy? Cranky? Whiny? You never know. My husband starts his work day very early each day, so he’s out the door SUPER early and some mornings I struggle with what to make for breakfast heading out the door. I like to eat breakfast at work, but the traditional bagel or baked good can get boring…but how do you make yourself a “real” breakfast in a short period of time? I’ll tell you how!
First you start by making your eggs. A quick and easy way to make your eggs is to make them in a mug in the microwave! This step will take about two minutes. Here’s the steps:
1. Add one or two eggs *your choice* to a high sided mug.
2. Add 1/2 tablespoon of milk and stir.
3. Add a pinch of baking powder and mix again.
4. Microwave for 30 seconds to one minute and pull from microwave.
5. Your egg should look like this…stir and put back into microwave for another 30 seconds to one minute.
6. Your egg will start to rise up over the mug.
7. Cook it longer for a drier egg and shorter for a moister egg.
Once your egg is done add it to a tortilla and chop the egg up. Add cheese and salsa. Microwave your Tyson Sausage Patty in the microwave for one minute, cut up, and add to the burrito.
From there wrap the burrito up and serve with a side of sour cream…
You can wrap this up in foil and take to work with you or eat it on the go, just bring a napkin! The Tyson Sausage patties are SO quick to make and are still fresh tasting. I found them at my local Sam’s Club during an in store demo (which I highly recommend by the way, they had TONS of samples!). You can find more about my shopping trip by visiting HERE.
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