Low Sodium Breakfast Sandwich Recipe | Low Sodium Spices – Kissed by the Sun

Breakfast Sandwich | Kissed by the Sun

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sweet and hot breakfast sandwich

Made with KBS Sweet & Hot Pepper Blend

Health Benefits: A medium sized whole wheat bagel has about 245 calories (257 cal. for plain), 1.5 grams of fat, 10 grams of protein and 50 grams of carbohydrates. Whole-wheat bagels contain fiber and 100 percent of the daily requirement of riboflavin and thiamin. It also has vitamin B, folic acid and 3.3 milligrams of niacin (20% more of the recommended daily intake).

Healthy Tip: If you can, try to avoid buying store bought bagels, unless they are Non-GMO or organic-friendly. If your grocery store has a bakery, simply ask them if their ingredients are all-natural. Some grocery stores do not bake their own goods – they buy from outside vendors. Many of these conventional bagels contain high-fructose corn syrup and other GMO ingredients.

If you have no other choice, simply scoop out your bagels (remove the inside bread contents) to form a bagel shell, and you’re good to go. You may not remove all of the undesirable ingredients, but at least you removed the majority. If you live near a bagel shop – you’re fortunate. Many bagel shop owners take pride in baking fresh bagels from scratch with all-natural ingredients.

Cook time: 10 Minutes 

Serves: 1

Ingredients for Breakfast Sandwich Recipe:

-1 whole wheat bagel

-1 egg

- Cream cheese (desired amount for spread) 

-1 avocado - Season to taste with our Sweet & Hot Pepper Blend

Directions for Breakfast Sandwich Recipe:

1.) Cut the avocados in 1/2, remove the pits, and scoop the flesh out of their shells and cut into slices.

2.) Crack egg onto frying pan and cook for 5 minutes. In the meantime toast your bagel according to preference.

3.) Spread cream cheese onto toasted bagel, sprinkle our Sweet & Hot Pepper Blend all over, and then place egg on either half of the bagel and continue to sprinkle with our Sweet & Hot Peppers blend. Add avocados to sandwich and press down firmly breaking yolk for a messy but delicious morning treat.   

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  • Richard Fickhesen
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