If I had my choice of any breakfast dish this world has to offer, this would be it. My faux eggs benedict may even be in the running for what I’d choose as my last meal. After discovering my love for avocados, Canadian bacon didn’t stand a chance.
That discovery came in super handy upon nixing meat from my diet.
The restaurant version will deduct, on average, approximately 800 calories from your food bank. You can probably boost that number exponentially if the hollandaise increases in the slightest. But my version, well, my version is every bit as good and only has 415 calories (21.5 grams of protein and 10.5 grams of fiber).
And you get to knock out a serving of veggies before noon.
Toast the sprouted wheat muffin and top with sliced avocados. Fry two eggs, over easy, and let cool slightly. Poke the yolky area with a fork and let it ooze over your avocado topped muffins. Place the remaining egg on top of your creation and enjoy!
Clarification: If you’re confused as to why I’m eating eggs, I’m not following a vegan diet – just no-meat (animal flesh), no-dairy (made from milk).