Guess who dropped 2.5 lbs this week? ME! Annnddddd, that means I’ve officially hit (and passed) my 10% mark! 33.2 lbs down. If you recall, I came up with a list of milestones and rewards a while back and the reward for hitting my 10% mark was purchasing my blog domain. DONE AND DONE! This blog is officially housed at www.reluctantwwfoodie.com now! I have always wanted a website of my own and now it’s official. It’s been a great morning Snuggles with my baybsie (who lost a pound too!), goetta breakfast bagel sandwiches, good weigh-ins and a newly purchased official blog domain! Now, onto the foods….
O. M. G.
How could I have not ever cooked with these before!!??!?! These being the incredibly versatile wonton wrappers that I found in the freezer section of my local Asian food mart. For $1.99 I got a package of 60 wonton wrappers, and after doing the math, I figured out that they are only 1 PP for two wrappers! Awesome. Whether you get the round ones or the square ones, they have the same PP value.
Bacon Egg and Cheese Wonton Cups
PointsPlus Per Serving: 3
- 10 wonton wrappers, 5 PP
- 1 eggs, 2 PP
- 3 egg whites, 1 PP
- 3 slices cooked low-sodium bacon, chopped, 3 PP
- 2 oz low-fat shredded cheddar cheese, 2 PP
- salt and pepper
- garlic, chili, tamarind powders (optional)
- sriracha sauce (optional)
1. Preheat oven to 375.
2. If you haven’t cooked up the bacon and chopped it up yet, do this now.
3. Get out a cupcake pan and lay your wonton wrappers inside, 2 in each, forming a little cup. IMPORTANT – do not use non-stick spray. You don’t need to use ANY spray as long as the cupcake pan is non-stick. The wonton wrappers will cook perfectly and come right out.
4. Mix together all eggs and season with salt, pepper and other spices if using. Divide egg amongst wonton cups, making sure not to get any egg on the actual pan. Keep it inside the wonton wrappers (otherwise it will stick to the pan while cooking). Put chopped bacon into each egg cup and then top each cup off with shredded cheese.
5. Bake for 18-20 minutes. Take out of oven, put on a plate and top off with a little sriracha sauce if you want a little extra kick (that was my fiancee’s idea!) and enjoy!
I have a picture of the ones we made, but they are on my other computer! Pictures of OUR delicious wonton cups will be up later. And after searching all over the internet, it seems that this is possibly the first recipe posted of this kind on the internets! How crazy is that? I CLAIM THIS ONE, PEOPLE!