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4 Ways to Make This Protein-Packed, Easy Breakfast Wrap

F.It can be difficult to prepare a breakfast that is both healthy and can be done half asleep. In those moments of contention, this simple breakfast wrap formula was born. Inspired by Nadiya Hussain’s crispy egg roll recipe, it’s incredibly versatile and can be adapted to all kinds of healthy eating plans. “I can’t think of a single ingredient that is as quick or as flexible as eggs,” says Hussain. “These buns are like an omelette wrapped in a tortilla.”

The breakfast version, which is an editor of Well + Good, consists of five ingredients – a scrambled egg (which contains 6 grams of protein) flavored with Penzey’s Sunny Paris, a corn or flour tortilla, a slice of ham, and a slice of Swiss cheese.

And with the help of McKel Hill Kooienga’s, RDN’s Foundational Five Breakfast Formula, the variations are really endless to make a simple breakfast wrap that is vegan, vegetarian, gluten free – whatever suits your lifestyle. She previously told Well + Good that breakfast should include:

  1. Protein: Beans, legumes, tempeh, tofu, seitan, quinoa, nuts, seeds, nut butters, lean grass meat, eggs, seafood, and poultry
  2. Fat: Extra virgin olive oil, olives, avocado oil, avocados, nuts, seeds, nut butter, salmon, tuna, mackerel, sardines, coconut and coconut oil
  3. Starchy or sugary carbohydrates: Potatoes, oats, quinoa, rice, bread, pasta, beans, peas, corn and fruit
  4. Non-starchy carbohydrates: Vegetables and vegetables like arugula, kale, romaine, Brussels sprouts, tomatoes, and cucumbers
  5. Taste factor: Sauce or mustard, herbs, spices or spices

Each of the following recipes make an easy breakfast wrap to start your day off right.

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Sunny Paris breakfast packaging

A little French, very tasty.

ingredients
1 egg
1 tbsp butter or ghee
1 flour or corn tortilla
1 slice of ham
1 slice of Swiss cheese
A touch of Penzey’s sunny Paris ($ 22)

1. Stir the egg with a dash of Penzeys Sunny Paris, which is sodium free.

2. Melt butter or ghee in an 8 inch nonstick pan over medium heat, then add the egg mixture

3. Quickly place the tortilla over the egg and let it cook (the egg should stick to the tortilla as it cooks).

4. Turn the tortilla over and add the ham and cheese slices

5. Put on a plate, roll up and eat

Vegan breakfast packaging

Take a high protein vegan egg by adding avocado and all of the bagel seasoning.

ingredients
1/4 cup egg only ($ 5)
1 tbsp butter or ghee
1/2 avocado
1 vegan tortilla
1/2 cup spinach
Dash of Thrive Market All Bagel Blend ($ 3).

1. Stir the egg with a dash of Penzeys Sunny Paris, which is sodium free.

2. Melt butter or ghee in an 8 inch nonstick pan over medium heat, then add the egg mixture.

3. Quickly place the tortilla over the egg and let it cook (the egg should stick to the tortilla as it cooks).

4. Turn the tortilla over and add the ham and cheese slices.

5. Put on a plate, roll up and eat.

Spinach breakfast packaging

Let’s fill this pack with leafy greens – they’re high in magnesium, which can help reduce anxiety and depression.

ingredients
1 egg
1 tbsp butter or ghee
1/2 cup spinach
1/2 avocado
1 whole wheat tortilla
1/4 cup black beans
A shot of hot sauce

1. Stir the egg.

2. Melt butter or ghee in an 8 inch nonstick pan over medium heat, then add the egg mixture.

3. Quickly place the tortilla over the mixture and let it cook (the egg should stick to the tortilla as it cooks).

4. Place the egg on a plate and top with black beans, spinach, avocado and hot sauce.

5. Roll it up and eat it.

Pesto breakfast packaging

The viral pesto egg recipe in wrap form.

ingredients
1 egg
1 tbsp Kitchen & Love basil pesto sauce ($ 5)
1/2 beaten avocado
1 tortilla
A dash of salt, pepper, red pepper flakes

1. Mix the egg with salt and pepper.

2. Heat the pesto over medium-high heat in an 8 inch nonstick pan, then add the egg mixture.

3. Quickly place the tortilla over the egg and let it cook (the egg should stick to the tortilla as it cooks).

4. Turn the tortilla over and add the avocado and pepper flakes.

5. Put on a plate, roll up and eat.

Find out why a registered nutritionist calls eggs “nature’s multivitamin”:

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