On our dinner menu tonight was: Scrambled eggs w/ cheddar cheese (I mixed half real eggs and half Egg Beaters and scrambled with "fat-free" half-n-half & stirred in shredded cheddar cheese right at the end of cooking); turkey sausage links (by Jimmy Dean...they are lean and delicious - if you haven't tried them, you should); hash browns (fresh shredded potatoes made by Simply Potatoes, browned in some olive oil, seasoned with sea salt and fresh ground black pepper); toast (grainy Health Nut bread made by Arnold); cinnamon chip scones (refrigerated baking dough by Immaculate Baking Co.)...and some fresh clementine (a variety of mandarin orange) slices. We had coffee with our "dinner" and hubby had juice too.
The scones took 18 minutes to bake. While they baked, I started my hash browns on the stove...and they take about 7-8 minutes per side to brown and cook; scrambled and cooked the eggs in another pan, popped the toast into the toaster, peeled the clementines, and as I began plating the food, popped the sausage (that are found in the refrigerated section of your grocery store) into the microwave for about 1 minute...and Boom...breakfast-dinner is served! Literally the meal was ready in just under 30 minutes. Oh how I love breakfast for dinner! Check out the pictures below...before I baked the scones, I sprinkled them with cinnamon sugar...they are not very sweet, which is perfect with coffee!
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|Colors from top to bottom: Marigold, Peacock, Shamrock, Scarlet, Plum, Turquoise, Lemongrass, Tangerine, Sunflower, Cobalt|