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Skinny Egg Salad Sandwich Recipe

Skinny Egg Salad Sandwich Recipe

If you have never tasted the combination of mustard, scrambled eggs, and bread grilled to perfection, you are missing out. This is an easy and delicious low calorie sandwich. What makes it even better is that it only takes a few minutes to make, has 175 calories with 12 grams of protein, and is really inexpensive!

It is perfect for breakfast, lunch, or even just a snack.

First, scramble 2 egg whites (per sandwich) using cooking spray/Pam. Stir in a half tablespoon or so of yellow mustard (to taste).

Skinny Egg Salad Sandwich Recipe

Next, spread mustard on 2 thin sliced bread (or low calorie bread). We just use the thin sliced sandwich bread which only has 70 calories each slice.

Skinny Egg Salad Sandwich Recipe

Next, heat a sandwich maker, a panini grill, or a George Forman (spray the grill with nonfat cooking spray first) and put the egg whites in between both pieces of bread and toast the bread until golden brown.

If you don’t have a grill,  simply toast the bread before you put mustard on it and prepare it like a normal sandwich. Skinny Egg Salad Sandwich Recipe

I love this Krups grilled sandwich maker! In just a few minutes it toasts all sandwiches perfectly while melting everything inside! We use it about once a week-minimum- it’s my favorite.

Skinny Egg Salad Sandwich Recipe

After you have grilled your sandwich, enjoy the guiltless-deliciousness!

Skinny Egg Salad Sandwich Recipe Ingredients (per 1 sandwich)

2 slices thin sandwich bread or low calorie bread
2 egg whites, scrambled
1-2 Tablespoons yellow mustard (to taste)
cooking spray

Skinny Egg Salad Sandwich Recipe
 
It is perfect for breakfast, lunch, or even just a snack.
Author:
Recipe type: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Ingredients
  • 2 slices thin sandwich bread or low calorie bread
  • 2 egg whites, scrambled
  • 1-2 Tablespoons yellow mustard (to taste)
  • cooking spray
Instructions
  1. First, scramble 2 egg whites (per sandwich) using cooking spray/Pam. Stir in a half tablespoon or so of yellow mustard (to taste).
  2. Next, spread mustard on 2 thin sliced bread (or low calorie bread). We just use the thin sliced sandwich bread which only has 70 calories each slice.
  3. Next, heat a sandwich maker, a panini grill, or a George Forman (spray the grill with nonfat cooking spray first) and put the egg whites in between both pieces of bread and toast the bread until golden brown.
  4. If you don’t have a grill, simply toast the bread before you put mustard on it and prepare it like a normal sandwich.
  5. After you have grilled your sandwich, enjoy the guiltless-deliciousness!

 

Anita

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5 Responses to Skinny Egg Salad Sandwich Recipe

  1. markgil says:

    along with being extremely unhealthy, chickens eggs and dairy cheese supports extreme violence and cruelty. if one wishes to live their values of kindness, empathy and compassion, the only option is to live vegan.

    • Anita Fowler says:

      …..not sure what to say except that more humans eat eggs, dairy, and cheese than do not… good luck to you.

      • markgil says:

        Anita,

        many people also used to own other humans as slaves but that in no way made it moral or ethical to do so. i would urge you to look into the facts yourself instead of buying into the myths and lies of our culture.

  2. Kelly says:

    Just because you believe being a vegan is the best choice does not give you the right to be so completely disrespectful to people who think what they eat is the best choice. Your attitude is why people don’t like vegans– preachy, rude and obnoxious.

    • markgil says:

      veganism is about much more than just a mere dietary choice-it is about non-violence and doing the least harm possible. how is it “preachy, rude or obnoxious” to ask people not to support the torture, abuse and murder of innocent, helpless cows, pigs, chickens and fishes-all for a trivial momentary taste sensation? is not the true measure of disrespect the idea that other beings must suffer and die for one’s dinner plate?

      if you wish to learn the truth about how animal products get to your plate, please watch this short video:

      youtube.com/watch?v=dEo2uRBgWLU

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