There is no sandwich more revered than the classic egg and cheese on a roll. But the egg is the only part that’s actually good for you. One egg has 7 grams of protein plus vitamins, minerals and anti-inflammatory omega-3s. Eggs keep your blood sugar steady and provide nutrient-dense energy to keep you satiated. Take away the bulky, white flour roll, ditch the processed slice of American cheese and reunite with your beloved. This revamped McDonald’s Egg McMuffin will take you only 4 minutes to prep and cook. The eggs and veggies sausage go in the microwave while you slice some tomato and toast the sprouted whole grain English muffin. Wrap it in tinfoil if you have to jet, and it will stay warm until you can dig in.
The idea of frozen eggs sounds skeevy. We’re egg purists. But there are mornings, afternoons and evenings we just don’t want to cook. There are even times friends pop over and we have nothing to feed them. That all changes now. You basically scramble up a whole load of eggs, or bake them in the oven, and combine with your fave veggies. When done, slice them into “rounds” using a biscuit cutter or the bottom of a glass. Assemble them on your healthy bread of choice, swipe on some protein-packed goat cheese and then freeze.