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When it’s morning and your sleepy head is trying to come up with breakfast ideas, why not roll everything up into one? With a little pop of jalapeno, this dish has a spicy kick. You can, obviously, omit them if spice is not your thing. This is an easy way to dress up breakfast and takes the same amount of time as cooking everything in a pan.
This is such a fun way of making breakfast! If you’re having overnight guests, this dish is sure to wow them in the morning! Why make your regular eggs and bacon if you can serve them in such a creative way? With the help of tin foil this isn’t a difficult dish to prepare, and you can add ingredients and seasonings as you wish. Diced bell peppers and onions would make a nice addition! And if you’re lucky enough to have leftovers, they will make a delicious lunch later on.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Tym Bussanich.
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