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Quick Breakfast Taco

May/June 2008, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008), The EatingWell Diet (2007)

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A smaller cousin of the breakfast burrito, the breakfast taco made with reduced-fat Cheddar and egg substitute is a satisfying and healthy breakfast option.



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"An Alaskan neighbor at our fish site would use similar ingredients, sometimes adding homestyle potatoes, sausage, or bacon. He would make them by the dozen, then freeze to serve later or share with fellow fisherman as he drove up the...

36 Reviews for Quick Breakfast Taco

10/25/2012
Anonymous
Add this!

I add refried black beans--yum!

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05/19/2012

I made these with liquid eggs, not substitute. For the most part it was pretty good, only thing I'll do different next time is use flour tortillas. I made them with the corn ones this time, but the corn tortillas just have a strange taste to me. I ended up just eating the insides and leaving the tortillas.

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Anonymous wrote 2 years 25 weeks ago

you need to heat them up in a

you need to heat them up in a pan on both sides.. makes a big difference

06/07/2011
Eggcredible!

I love eggs! This is absolutely great! I didn't use egg beaters I choose to use regular eggs but hey whatever still a great recipe. I also used Salsa verde (my fav)! Usually I am one of those people that loads the cheese but this recipe didn't make me miss it. It gave just enough to keep me satisfied. Thanks!

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Anonymous wrote 3 years 21 weeks ago

That sound like a very simple

That sound like a very simple breakfast. I will be eating it this weekend.

05/18/2011
Really good

I used 1 real egg & 1/4 cup egg substitute and added Canadian bacon (the American version), a little salt, black pepper, and chopped red, orange, & yellow bell peppers. Quick, filling, and really good.

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11/21/2010
Anonymous

An Alaskan neighbor at our fish site would use similar ingredients, sometimes adding homestyle potatoes, sausage, or bacon. He would make them by the dozen, then freeze to serve later or share with fellow fisherman as he drove up the beach. When I have done this, I prepare all the ingredients, line them up, and put the burritos together assembly style. Using salsa verde is also a nice alternative to tomato based salsa.

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Brandon_66 wrote 2 years 15 weeks ago

Good idea on the freezing for

Good idea on the freezing for later. Thank you.

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