Usually, we just have super-quick eggs in baskets for breakfasts. On occasion, I feel inspired to make a breakfast involving somewhat more prep. Usually, my week-day go-to is a fake egg scramble.
Your must haves for a fake egg scramble (for 2 people) are:
1 cup of egg whites
Vegetables of choice
Seasonings of choice
Most of my varieties will involve two vegetables: Either tomatoes and onions, or bell pepper and onion. And I put in a lot of vegetables -- usually 1 whole bell pepper and 1/4 cup onion per scramble. If you remember to do so the night before, chop up your veggies and let them marinate in spices and olive oil over night. Yum!
I also will usually include between 1/4 to 1/2 cup roughly chopped basil, because YUM basil.
My primary seasoning is mild New Mexican chile powder. This is possibly the most delicious chile in existence--and it is well worth ordering from the Chile Shop, as it's a steal at only about $6 for 1/2 a lb, $8 for a lb. I usually use about 1/8 to 1/4 cup (see demonstration below).
I will also put in garlic powder and finishing salt.
Finally, I will occasionally add goat cheese -- although, you should be warned, with so many veggies and seasonings, it is difficult to taste the cheese.
This dish clocks in at a minimum of around 125 calories per person -- more if you add cheese or other oddments besides the veggies and seasonings.
Taste: 8.5, 9.5 if a chile sauce is added instead of just the powder (this one recommended)