Scrambled Egg & Buttered Bagel

- POSTED ON: Apr 11, 2011

 Makes 1 serving


1 egg
1/ 2 piece Bagel Thin
1 tsp butter.


Spray non-stick coating on small skillet.
Place on medium-high heat.

Beat egg with whisk or magic bullet.
Add salt and pepper to taste.
Scramble egg in skillet at medium high heat.

Place one-half of bagel thin in toaster.
Spread 1 tsp Butter on toasted Bagel

Calories: 168
Carbs: 12.4 grams
Protein: 10.1 grams


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On Apr 12, 2011 Karen925 wrote:
I am enjoying my Magic Bullet. It makes the eggs frothy and a bit lighter than whisking with a fork. You said something very true: I would like more butter on my toast. I would like a whole bagel instead of just a half, with my homemade jam from fruit I pick. However, if I ate all of that at every meal, I would get fat again. Learning to enjoy and be satisfied with less for an individual is foundational to success.

On Apr 12, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Karen, Before I got my Magic Bullet, I used an electric hand mixer for scrambled eggs. It was a lot more trouble, but I like my eggs really light and fluffy, and whisking just doesn't do that for me. Yes, learning how to enjoy and be satisfied with less is essential, because very few people can tolerate feeling deprived long-term.

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