This is a completely new realm for my family. The NO MEAT, meat. These are brown and serve BOCA breakfast sausages. There were 10 in the box, so everyone got two. They were actually a very close second to real sausage. The only thing that gets me is the texture, there was definitely a smoother texture than I am used to. But as for taste and flavor, they were great!
I found these English Muffins at the grocery store in the organic department about 8 months ago, and you can always find them in my freezer. They are 100 Calories, 5 grams of fiber, zero sugar, and zero trans fat. THEY ARE TASTY!!!!!
I didn't figure so many eggs would take so long to cook. Keep stirring and breaking up the big chunks. Now would be the time when Jazz Man would yell at me to add some shredded cheese, but the kids don't like it that way.
QUICK!!! Turn on the other burner, your sausages are still frozen. Oh yeah, don't forget to pop those English Muffins in the microwave for about a minute!
Time out, someone is being naughty. Poor guy, momma stripped the sheets on the bed, and now he has to sit in the corner for a WHOLE TWO MINUTES!!
Back to the eggs, another quick stir and fluff, and they are ready for consumption!
Another great thing about the sausages, they only take about five minutes to cook on a medium heat.
Slice and add your favorite topping to your English Muffins. Round these parts the small folk are partial to grape jam.
Don't shoot me, my kids don't eat on fine china, but these little colored plates are awesome. And if they happen to stab them to hard with the fork, they are relatively disposable (and biodegradable). So there's the kiddo spread. English Muffin, Eggs, and Sausage.
Me and Lightning However, have a different take on the breakfast idea. We like to slice the sausages, add a slice of cheese and make ourselves a breakfast sammich.
I truly hope you all have enjoyed this first post in my new direction. As always I welcome your feedback! If you want to see the non-food stuff, visit me over at my other blog!