The recipe that solved my hangry mornings and got me to work on time!
Spray baking pan and preheat oven to 350. I use a 6 cavity silicone baking pan by Wilton for this, but you could use a casserole dish and adjust the baking time. The important part is that your egg patty fits in your sandwich!
- 7 eggs
- 3 egg whites
- 1 cup milk (I use Almond)
- 2 cups of chopped steamed veggies (drained)
- English muffins, Sandwich Thins, Pockets, Bread, Wraps…
- Cooking Spray
1. Mix eggs, egg whites and milk
2. Divide veggies among 10 sections of the silicone baking pans. Add egg mixture, filling about 2/3 high.
3. Bake 30 minutes, until tester toothpick comes out dry.
4. Make a sandwich of egg patty and your bread of choice. Enjoy!
4. Allow egg patties to cool and refrigerate for up to a week.
Registering for what I’d need after my baby arrived was a daunting task. I did way more research than necessary and stressed myself out in the process. There were 5 things I had no idea how much I’d need until after I met the little guy! Be sure to check out all 5 posts in this series before completing your registry or buying your next baby gift!
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Baby Wrap or Carrier. Sometimes babies want to be held nonstop. Maybe he’s sick or tired or cranky or just loves you a little extra and wants to show it. Don’t get me wrong, I love to hold and snuggle babies! I especially love to hold my own baby. Sometimes though, I also want to get up from the rocking chair or give my back a break from the alternating one arm hip hold. When he was small, I loved my Organic Boba wrap for that. I recently bought a Lenny Lamb toddler carrier and am in heaven again. I have found both the wrap and carrier are great for breastfeeding too. Not only do I love to wear my baby around the house, but I also wear my baby for stroller-less errands! Bakery? Babywear! Grocery store with the whole cart available for food? Babywear! And, the majority of love I have for babywearing is about the snuggle, what I can accomplish while we snuggle is just an added bonus! Update- now that Baby #2 has arrived, I have fallen IN LOVE with Tula’s new Free to Grow Soft Structured Carrier. I needed a SSC to use until my little guy was big enough for my Lenny Toddler and this was the perfect solution. It adjusts to fit newborns and at 15 months- he’s still comfortable!
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