Morning (or lunchtime!) eggs get a delicious makeover in this Roasted Portobello Mushroom Breakfast Stacks with Canadian Bacon. Quick, easy and delicious, this skinny recipe is so satisfying. This was developed for Jones Dairy Farm.
Raise your hand if you made a New Year’s resolution to lose weight. (Yes, my hand is up!) It’s among the most popular resolutions every year — and for good reason. Unfortunately, for many it just won’t happen. Maybe they aren’t ready. Maybe they can’t seem to break their bad eating habits. Maybe they aren’t moving nearly as much as they think they are.
But you? I think you can do it. And so can I. We just have to be mindful about what we’re eating. And I mean everything we’re eating. For me, that means counting calories again and being totally militant about how much food I eat. My husband thinks it’s funny that my present efforts include the occasional Double Stuf Oreo and adult beverages — but if I want to make a success of this, I can’t deprive myself. I can limit myself and make smarter choices with what I eat though.
This Roasted Portobello Mushroom Breakfast Stacks with Canadian Bacon is a perfect example. Normally, I would serve something like this on a biscuit or English muffin. But the truth is that a roasted portobello mushroom provides a similar vehicle for getting the cheesy, bacon-y, runny egg-covered deliciousness to my mouth. It’s hearty and filling, and totally lick the plate clean good.
Before anyone says something about a mushroom being nothing like a biscuit, you are right. Texture and flavor-wise, it’s different. But it’s this difference that enhances the whole thing.
You start by roasting some meaty portobello mushrooms. Just remove the stems (hint: chop them for a delicious stir-fry add-in later) and brush them with love oil. Don’t forget a sprinkle of salt and pepper too. And then roast for 20-25 minutes, turning once.
Once they are done, sprinkle with a little freshly grated Romano cheese. Finally, heat up slices of Canadian Bacon (did you know that it’s a healthier option than traditional bacon? And it fits so neatly on the mushroom!) and cook some eggs (think runny yolks — I made mine over easy, but poached would be awesome with this too). And stack it all together. Finish the whole thing off with another sprinkle of Romano … and heaven.
Of course, I used the Canadian Bacon from Jones Dairy Farm for this. As you might remember, I am super excited to be a blog ambassador for them this year. And this Canadian Bacon is so tasty.
Ready to dig in?
Disclosure: I was compensated for creating this recipe. All opinions are my own.