Breakfast bento!

by spiceaholic on July 8, 2008

Okay I have a small confession to make.

I had no clue what I wanted to pack for tomorrow’s bento. Dinner tonight was a semi-flop and would have looked and tasted nasty as leftovers. I didn’t want to make something new just for lunch. Chances were that I was just going to be nuking something come lunch time tomorrow.

And then I figured if I didn’t have a nice lunch to look forward to then I could at least have a yummy breakfast to start the day off properly.

Breakfast during the week is usually a hurried affair. I seem to take more and more time to get out of bed and get ready so that means I’m usually grabbing something tried and true and quick on the way out to be prepared at the office.

One of my absolute favorites that keeps me satisfied through most of the morning is my breakfast sandwich. It’s quite simple — either a low-calorie bun, light english muffin, or 2 slices of light bread, a turkey or vegetarian breakfast sausage patty, and a slice of Kraft 2% pepperjack cheese – the processed kind. In a perfect world, I also have time to add my secret ingredient: Taco Bell hot sauce. I don’t know what it is about the combo of Kraft 2% pepperjack and Taco Bell hot sauce, but it makes the sandwich. In a more perfect world, I am able to use a toaster oven to toast the bread with the sauce and cheese, nuke the sausage patty and then happily assemble just before eating. Most mornings this doesn’t happen. But I digress.

To make my breakfast even more cheerful looking, I opted for my cute little orange 2-tier bento box. I love the way fruit looks in this set, all vibrant and inviting. Anyway, so we have a ready-to-go breakfast sandwich and some grape tomatoes in the bottom compartment and some strawberries, blueberries, and grapes in the top compartment.

Mmmm, can’t wait for breakfast!

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Anonymous July 24, 2008 at 9:28 am

Hey Spicy!

Where in the store do you find the turkey sausage patties?

Merlie

Spiceaholic July 24, 2008 at 10:02 am

Hi Merlie!

These particular turkey sausage patties are by Jennie-O and they are usually in the frozen section with the other breakfast sausages. I’ve found them at Publix. The patties are only 60 calories and a decent size.

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