Saturday, June 19, 2010

Lunch Box Chronicles: Day Sixty-One (Breakfast Made the Night Before)

OK,  I am slightly overwhelmed, but I'm not going into details.   Though, I have to admit I had a nice day relaxing at the beach with my neighbors and kids.   Here is a power breakfast made the night before for those mornings that you know will be overwhelming - like making a 5 hour plus trek with 6 in the Honda Pilot to a family reunion in Western Mass.  

Ingredients: One Spelt Right Pizza Dough fully thawed and risen.   Scramble eggs to your liking (I used 5 eggs, milk, salt and pepper), grate cheese (your choice, I used orange cheddar from Wisconsin).   Make the eggs and cheese the way you like them (I like them fluffy and scrambled with cheese).  Make about 6-10 rounds out of the pizza dough.   Fill dough with egg mixture.  Make triangles.  Bake at 375-400 until golden brown.  Put in fridge until the next day (can be frozen).  Heat in toaster oven or microwave.  It's a great tasting power booster.

You can make a bunch of these and freeze them and take them out for those crazy mornings.

1 comment:

  1. Well, we had a great family reunion, though the ride was a little cramped. It was wonderful connecting with some many cousins and children of cousins. It's a large line with grandparents who had 10 kids. And, the egg fitayer was perfect quick breakfast for the morning. Just heated it in the toaster. Yum!