Ingredients25 m servings 422 cals
- Place bacon, sausage, and Canadian-style bacon in a medium skillet over medium heat. Fry until evenly brown; drain. Crumble bacon, and chop sausage.
- Mix eggs into the skillet, and scramble with the bacon and sausage until no longer runny.
- Place pita bread in a microwave, and heat on High about 30 seconds, until warm. Spoon the egg mixture into the pita bread halves, and serve warm.
Per Serving: 422 calories; 27.4 g fat; 17.9 g carbohydrates; 24.8 g protein; 331 mg cholesterol; 993 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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Too much meat for one pita, so I just used the Canadian bacon. I scrambled the eggs the way I normally do (added a little garlic and onion powders) put that in the pita along with the Canadian b...
This is great for brunch! It was a big success here since no one likes omlets or traditional breakfasts anymore. I fried 1/2 pound of breakfast sausage and ground it in the blender after it wa...
This recipe was very good except I didn't have any pita pocketss so instead I fried and egg and layeredit on taost with the sausage links cut in half length-wise and bacon. My husband loved it!!!
These were easy to prepare and super easy to grab and go. I prepped enough filling for a couple of days so all I had to do was warm up some and stuff it in the pita. I added a wedge of Laughing ...
i'm using this for my sisters birthday braekfeast.she loves everything in it and it has all the good stuff to start your day!!! =)
I omitted the Canadian bacon as I didn't have any, and microwaved the regular bacon to speed up the process. Also, I put a slice of American cheese in the pita pocket before I spooned in the scr...
These were great. We use veggies in the eggs, green pepper, onions and add cheese and one meat to the pitas. Very Very good thanks for the post.
My husband really liked this! Of course, he likes anything with bacon. But who doesn't? I think next time I would add some potatoes but that's just a personal preference.