I have a new friend in the cooking community on youtube and one of his recipes is just top notch. He calls it breakfast on a shingle instead of the normal SoS.
Since his moniker infers some sort of lumberjack sorcery, I am going to call this nifty little recipe a lumberjack breakfast. And, since he only uses one piece of toast, I’m going to call it low carbs, also, since he has a nice big egg on top, I’m giving it some protein in the title.
check out this short little video which includes a nice combo of herbs and a perfectly good excuse to include extra mushrooms in your diet.
I was browsing my cookbook from the American Heart Association. My book is like the same as this book available on Amazon.com. I got my 4th edition Low Fat – Low Cholesterol cookbook from my local Goodwill for $2.50 and a lot of browsing :).
According to the American Heart Association Cookbook’s Vegetable-Beef Burgers recipe:
If you thought your lowfat diet meant never eating another hamburger, think again. This recipe is low in fat and will be high on your list of favorites
I made these burgers and I shared most of the process so you can see them. I would like to point out that I was surprised that my 17 year old son said they were delicious. He’s the one who is always saying “why do you always make weird stuff to eat” (such as brat burgers lol)
Protein: 22 grams
Carb: 25 grams
Total Fat: 5 grams (sat 2 grams, poly 1 gram, mono 2 grams)
Cholesterol: 49 mg
Sodium: 278 mg
**(as prepared with lettuce, tomato, mustard, and on a whole wheat bun)
why si sthis alinged to the left? what did i do wrong? heres a video of me making this recipie of smoked sausage and macaroni and cheese in a casserole. for a toaster oven you could put it in two serving bowls that are oven proof. i did this in a regular oven.