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originally posted by: DrumsRfun
a reply to: Sargeras
I cut onions and garlic and fried it with tofu.
When I felt the flavors were blended in enough I added lean ground chicken and some frozen oriental veggies.
The veggies were lots of different beans and broccoli.
I let all the flavors blend together as much as I can in 20 minutes and boom.....healthy food.
I added ground peppercorn and some celery salt to add flavor.
originally posted by: ketsuko
After getting breakfast together for myself and youngin', I have another quickie to add:
For a quick and easy breakfast roll,
Take a package of croissant dough, unroll your triangles and load them with fresh berries (blue, black, rasp, straw, whatever), put a drizzle of honey over the top and roll up your croissants and bake for about 10 to 12 minutes at 350.
You can also add in a smear of cream cheese if you want.
You can use thinly sliced fruit (apple, pear, peach) tossed with cinnamon and sugar in place of the berries and honey.
Make your rolls on Sunday and keep them cold. You then can reheat them quickly all week at breakfast time.
You can also do peanut butter and jelly and brie and jam, but we've just been making the fruit versions to go with my son's breakfast all school year long.