Jay: Is it safe to talk to you?
Me: I think so.
Jay: (starts talking)
Me: Sorry. I was wrong. Stop talking.
So to help my morning routine I started making something for breakfast on Sunday's and eating it all week but by Friday I was sick of eating whatever I made.
So Plan B.
At the beginning of the year (school year that is) I pull my favorite breakfast recipes and make them. I cut them into individual serving sizes, put them in baggies, put those baggies into a labeled gallon size baggies and freeze them.
I like to watch my weight so I use some Weight Watcher recipes. My favorites:
Italian Sausage and Egg Casserole
Cheesy Brunch Bake
English muffin sandwich with turkey sausage and fat free shredded cheddar
Egg, turkey bacon, mushroom burritos
Pancakes with turkey bacon down the center
Whenever I go home to Houston I alternately get kolaches from the Original Kolache Shop (sausage & fruit) and bagels from Panera's to add to my breakfast collection. Also on Thursdays the school cafeteria serves breakfast pizza. Since we are a Title I school teachers get free breakfast like all the students. Breakfast pizza is my favorite (and it's free!).
I made 47 work day breakfasts this morning. From start to finish (pulling out the first ingredient to kitchen cleaned) it takes me about 2 1/2 hours.
I put them all on the same shelf in the freezer so that it's easy for me to grab one the night before and defrost in the fridge.
At one point I turned around and the fridge was open. Oops!