Healthy Egg on an English Muffin for Breakfast

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There are few better ways to start your day than with a nice healthy egg on an English muffin. Make a healthy egg on an English muffin for breakfast with help from a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator in this free video clip.

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I'm Laura Cipullo, Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator. Today, we're making easy eggs on an English muffin. You need 1/4 cup of spinach, you can use a frozen spinach and just cook it in the microwave for about 1 minute. You need 1 whole grain English muffin because it's higher in fiber, you need 1 whole egg and then you need 1 egg white. We're using Eggland's Best eggs today because they're superior in nutrition, they're higher in Vitamin E and D, they're higher in Omega 3 fatty acids and they're also lower in saturated fat by 25 percent. What you need to do now is take a bowl and a whisk and add your egg, your 1 whole egg and your egg white and then add your frozen spinach, we've already cooked that and then you're gonna whisk that together. After whisking your eggs you're going to take the bowl with the eggs, it must be a microwave safe bowl and we're going to microwave it for 30 seconds. Everybody's microwave is different so play with your temperature and your timing, make sure you don't put it in too long otherwise it will explode. So we're doing 30 seconds, after 30 seconds take out the egg mixture and you want to stir it again to make sure everything is cooking thoroughly. After you've mixed it thoroughly again you want to take it and put it in the microwave for about another 30 seconds. After 30 seconds lets hope your egg mixture is done, again 30 seconds for the second time and this one is. If you make this in a ramekin it will be the appropriate size for your English muffin and here we can just pile it on instead. Adding the extra egg white gives you extra protein and extra value so that you're actually feeling full when you finish eating such an easy healthy meal, and there you have it an easy healthy egg sandwich. I'm Laura Cipullo, Registered Dietitian, Certified Diabetes Educator and mother of 2. Today, we made easy eggs on toasted English muffins. For more information on raising healthy children or healthy eating visit us on Facebook at Mom Dishes It Out.

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