Where do I begin…every day is a great with a rockstar breakfast like this one! 😍 Yes, it may not look like the prime ideal breakfast when it comes to nutrition but let’s take a closer look…
First let’s start off with the bread. Bread is bread, right?! There so many different kinds of bread and even I find it extremely overwhelming shopping, ugh!
I want to apologize if you don’t live by Trader Joe’s (Friends, I’m happy to shop for you 😘😉). But this bread is da-bomb! Yikes, cheesy…I buy a couple loaves and then freeze them. There are other brands comparable, too.
Sprouted breads are made with optimal ingredients as their prime nutrion. Two slices per serving for only 100 calories, 2 grams of fiber and 7 grams of protein, wow! It’s so filling! I featured this bread as a simple snack idea with a mixed butter a couple posts back: Snack Idea: Sprouted Bread + Mixed Nut Butter + Milk + Orange Slices
*And note, I spread on just a little bit of real butter.￼
Now for the sausage…Three links are a serving for 90 calories; 5g fat; 0g carbohydrates; 10g protein; 4% iron. I just heat a couple links in the microwave.
These chicken sausages I buy at Costco.
Egg provide a wealth of nutrion, especially the yolk. And I don’t always buy Eggland’s Best eggs but there are a couple nutrional benefits: 25% less saturated fat, 10x more vitamin E, 6x more vitamin D and added omega-3’s!
And for more info I wanted to include the benefits of eggs (any brand):
- High-quality protein (a type of protein the body absorbs well)
- Source of vitamin E
- Source of choline (a crucial nutrient in promoting normal cell activity and brain health)
- Contain all the essential amino acids, which are the building blocks of proteins
- Source of B vitamins (energy vitamins that do much for the body)
I also add a 1/4 cup of egg whites or in this case Aldi only had egg beaters. This just adds a little more protein to fill me up longer in the morning.
However, lately, I’ve been skipping the sausages and making two over easy eggs, just love those! The toast soaks up the yolk so well.
This breakfast is what I look forward to having in the morning. If you’re not an egg person, no problem, then find something you truly love and enjoy! 🤗
Nutrition facts for this meal: 302 calories; 18g carbohydrates; 2g fiber; 12g fat; 5g saturated fat; 27g protein; 498mg sodium