The best recipes for weight loss-Waffles with Ham and Egg

Want to know why obesity is so rare among serious cooks ? Think about it: These are the people in the front of the food crusade. Logically, it should be huge . But it is not, and the reason is simple: They eat real food. While the rest of America is trying to lose weight with pantries full of rice cakes and reduced fat Oreos , these guys and gals are feasting on grilled sirloin and pasta dishes produce nails .

Why not leave the kitchen for them? Because, unfortunately , what we see in the U.S. media used restaurant shares little in common with trained chefs build healthy meals in their home kitchens . You enter a chain steakhouse or Italian joint faces a food that was prepared by chefs , not cooks , and most of the real transformation took place in some discreetly lowered several states be removed from the building where you are eating . This may be good for the bottom line of the restaurant, but with excessive loads of fat and sodium collected in transit, a bad omen for your love handles .

That's why we developed cooking This, Not That ! , To inspire the chef in saving money and give the boot stealth calorie bombs . Losing weight is much easier than you have been led to believe, and begins in your own kitchen , with the same ingredients real chefs have relied on since the dawn of the spatula . Plan your ultimate weight loss starts here.

Biscuits with ham and eggs
Waffle and pancake plates are pretty bad in most restaurants and cafes , but throw in a side of eggs and sausage and you're bound to start the day with the caloric equivalent of a triple cheeseburger . We made our own version of superpopular Denny ( and supercaloric ) Slam building a cookie sandwich toast . The ingredients may seem like a strange combination, but the flavors are well balanced , the portion size is perfect, and the nutritional profile is exactly what you want for the most important meal of the day.

You will need:
4 thick slices of Canadian bacon or ham deli
4 eggs
4 whole grain frozen waffles
2 tablespoons maple syrup
4 tablespoons shredded cheddar cheese
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
Parsley (optional )

How to do it :
* Heat a nonstick pan or skillet over medium heat . Clothing with a little olive oil cooking spray olive oil and cook the Canadian bacon for a few minutes on each side until nicely browned . Remove. Coat the same skillet with a little cooking spray and eggs ( 2 at a time , if necessary , to avoid crowding the pan) sunny side up until the whites are set but the yolks are still liquid.

* Meanwhile, toast crackers. Top each waffle with a slice of roasted meat , a drizzle of maple syrup, a pinch of cheddar cheese and eggs on the hot plate . Season with salt and pepper and sprinkle with parsley ( if applicable).


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