I start with regular eggs and seperate them myself b/c it is cheaper than buying the egg whites in a carton although I have done that in the past this is way more cost effective.
Here is my splenda in the red canister and my cinnamon.
I spray the skillet with olive oil spray or butter flavored spray and I actually turn the skillet on to medium heat at #6 and I crack and seperate the egg whites directly into the skillet (just keeps me from dirtying up another bowl. I do put the yolks in a small bowl then put them down the sink.
I just let the egg mixture sit until it sets up and then I flip half of it over like you see in the picture below. Then I sprinkle a tad more splenda and cinnamon on that side.
Then I flip to the other side and sprinkle again and cut it in half to make sure it is cooked all the way through (I don't like runny egg whites but I do like runny yolks like a sunny side egg...go figure). Then I put it in a tupperware container and put it in the fridge and I heat it up in the microvave the next morning at work for about 45 seconds. I make it at night almost always to save time in the morning.
Here is my 1/2 cup of dry oatmeal made with 1 cup of water and splenda and cinnamon and cooked in the microwae for about 3 minutes. YUM!!!!
Also, with the eggs you could also scramble the egg whites and still use the splenda and cinnamon. I choose the omelett way b/c I can let it sit and cook while I am prepping other foods for my breakfast. If you scramble you have to take time to stir it more often.
I am a creature of habit. I have had this exact same breakfast 98% of the time for the last 9 months. I never seem to get tired of it.
There are so many other ideas like:
1) egg/veggie omelet and a fruit
2) english muffin with peanut butter and a fruit
3) greek yogurt, fruit
4) toast, eggs, fruit
5) waffle, eggs, fruit
6) protein shake and oatmeal
A good balanced breakfast in my opinion has protein and some healthy carb in the form of veggies, fruit or a grain.
What are some of your favorite healthy breakfast ideas?