(Family Features) - You're having one of those days. In the morning, it was breakfast on the run. It's been busy at work, you've rushed from activity to activity and the thought of having to plan dinner for the family is another job that you just don't need right now. You want real food and you want it now.
Breakfast for dinner is the answer to your dilemma - comfort food for the harried. Farm fresh eggs, sizzling skillets of savory potatoes flavored with strips of colorful bell peppers, onions or perhaps corn and black beans along with mouthwatering ham, sausage or bacon. Everyone in the family loves the heartiness of breakfast dinners, and they're a lot easier to make than you might think.
With ready-made products you cook in your skillet on the stovetop, you'll have a meal that your family will love with time left over for you to enjoy the meal, too. Start with fresh eggs, scramble and serve. If you wish, add your own homemade touches like shredded cheese, chopped fresh herbs or hot sauce. Then, gather your family at the dinner table, breathe a sigh of relief, and dig in.
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Eggstra Care Yields Healthy Delicious Eggs
Farm fresh eggs are a great source of protein and flavor. Whether you enjoy them for breakfast or dinner, eggs provide an easy-to-make entrée from ingredients you always have on hand. With only 75 calories, 5 grams of fat and plenty of nutrients, eggs are definitely good for you. So, it only makes sense that healthy eggs come from healthy hens.
To show how much they care about their hens, America's egg farmers developed the United Egg Producers Certified program. When you buy eggs featuring the United Egg Producers Certified logo on the carton, you can be assured that the eggs are produced on farms following strict guidelines for proper hen care, developed by leading animal-care scientists and veterinarians and audited by the USDA.
Currently, 85 percent of U.S. eggs are produced under these guidelines, and most leading grocery store chains specify United Egg Producers Certified eggs.
So, look for the United Egg Producers Certified logo on your next carton of eggs or visit www.uepcertified.com.