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You’re Going To Want To Talk About This Breakfast All Week Long
When it comes to breakfast, I like to keep things simple. Actually, I’m forced to do so because time is of the essence… Call me lazy, but I’d rather sleep for extra 10 minutes than get up that much earlier and whip up something really special, just to have the kids cringe at it and rush to the school bus with empty bellies.
There is one breakfast dish, though, that everyone in my family loves and they eat it, even if they don’t feel hungry in the morning. Omelette. I try to make this at least once a week – and I think it’s more about me than it is about them, haha! It makes me feel good to serve them a breakfast they actually enjoy.
This recipe is one of my favorites, and it never lets me down. The combination of ham and cheese, and a few other carefully chosen ingredients will give you a restaurant quality breakfast experience! This would also make a great lunch – and you can literally whip it up in minutes!
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Quick Tip: Sprinkle some of your favorite hot sauce on top before serving.