Wow, this is great for the microwave in the office. You can't beat it for a quick meal that will curb your appetite!
Aug 25, 2013
I use egg beaters but buy Aldi's brand which is about 1/2 the price of name brand. I like to take them to work so I can put them in microwave for a fast quick meal. Slice of low cal cheese and arnold's round and breakfast to go.
I like that Egg Beaters comes with different additives so you can pour and cook if short on time.
Mar 03, 2013
Wanted to keep control of calories and fat so decided to give Egg Beaters a try. I have a busy schedule and love the quick and very tasty recipe of scrambler in a mug. I look forward to trying more recipes using Egg Beaters.
Feb 25, 2013
This was my first time using Eggbeaters, and a co-worker turned me on to the recipe. I substituted flaked salmon for bacon and added a dash of curry. It was filling and delicious!
Dec 15, 2012
I made some changes to accommodate the ingredients I had on hand, but the 4/5 stars is beacause I don't care for the texture of microwaved eggs. I used mozzerella cheese and chopped up some turkey pepperoni and green onions, added some garlic powder and salt and it was surprisingly pizza-flavored, even without pizza sauce. Even with the rubbery texture of the eggs, it was a very satsifying breakfast, and it was quick, inexpensive, and low calorie as well (lower calorie than this original recipe, btw). I do recommend giving it a try!
Sep 10, 2012
I make this often for suppers - it's tasty piled onto a toasted English muffin, which toasts in about the same time as assembling and cooking the scramble. If I have leftover veg, that goes in too. I dice an apple into another bowl, sprinkle it with apple-pie spices, and microwave it right alongside the scramble for afters; by the time I'm ready for it, it's cooled off enough for a good dollop of nonfat vanilla Greek yogurt on top. I'm on an ultra-low-fat diet (doctor's orders!) and this is very acceptable made with fat-free cheeses, especially if I add a bit of garlic and some herbs, which knocks the whole thing down to under 2g fat and around 100 calories (using pre-cooked, bagged bacon bits @ 1.5g fat/tbsp). The scramble on a whole-grain English muffin and the "apple pie bowl" all comes to around 350 calories and 2-3g fat for a yummy and very filling meal with plenty of protein and fiber, that takes less than 10 minutes.
Aug 11, 2012