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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

09/25/2009
Anonymous

My comment is more of a question. At the top of the page, it said this recipe was high in fiber - and yet at the bottom where it listed its nutrients - it has zero grams of fiber? Which is it? But I do like all of the other suggestions. I will likely try a couple of them. :0)

Sarah B, Spring Valley, WI

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09/25/2009
Anonymous

These are kind of on the bland side, but they are quick and I'm stuffed and ready for the day after having it.

Jenn Morris, Seattle, WA

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09/25/2009
Anonymous

I made these using my homemade whole wheat Tortillas which have no fat and I added red peppers and some canadian bacon. no cheese for less fat.

Teri, Medford, OR

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09/25/2009
Anonymous

Great beginning, although I would question the carb count, as the corn tortillas I use are 14 g of carbs each. Still, 28 g of carbs for breakfast is acceptable.

Jay Fisher, Stockton, CA

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09/25/2009
Anonymous

I make mine approximately the same. Only I use Flour Tortillas. I also separate the eggs, using only egg white and then add the liquid eggs. I also use only cheese and no salsa. I whip the egg whites with salt, pepper, and onion salt and then add the liquid eggs and scramble to taste. I then put the cheese on top after I put the eggs in the tortillas.

Thora, DeKalb, IL

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