Rule #14 of  The Skinny Rules is to eat a real breakfast.  Nothing seems to stick to my ribs and keep me feeling full until lunch like an egg for breakfast.  Usually I eat them hard boiled, but today I splurged and used just a touch of olive oil in a non-stick pan to make this masterpiece.

What do you think?  Do you have a favorite shot below as I created my Egg in a Nest breakfast?

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Breakfast Photo #1.  Cutting a hole in the whole wheat, high-fiber bread.

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Breakfast Photo #2.  Cracking open an organic, humanely-raised egg.

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Breakfast Photo #3.  Frying it up with just a touch of olive oil in a non-stick pan.  Delish!

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  1. I love all three because that’s the cutest idea ever :)!!

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  2. The result is the best one for me I think 🙂

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  3. the third photo looks delicious.. I used to make these but now I am gluten intolerant so no more wheat for me, and gluten free bread just isn’t the same..

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  4. Awww I love this! Great for Valentines day coming up 😀

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  5. Very creative! I am awful about breakfast. I usually drink coffee until noon and have a protein shake for lunch. I am not one to emulate for breakfast ….

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  6. What a lovely idea! all pictures complete one another. great work.

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  7. Love no 3, looks fab 🙂

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