An Egg-Cellent Idea For Colder Months

It’s a brisk morning and you can’t seem to muster the strength to lift off the warm covers. The strength you require to pull yourself out of bed is missing.

Somehow you manage, but the lulling pull of your bed still hasn’t released its hold on you. You are drawn to it like a nail to a magnet, but you step out of its range and peer out the window instead. Immediately feeling the cool air brush against your skin, you clasp your arms together.

It is far too bright, so you squint into the distance, looking out to the dining hall that seems miles away from your small dorm window. Your stomach grumbles and although you want breakfast, you don’t want to make the long trek in the chilly morning.

What are you to do?

 

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Eggs and toast. Toast can go in the microwave, but did you know that you can buy a microwaveable egg poacher, that can make both sunnyside and scrambled eggs? It’s only $4 from Bed Bath and Beyond, and you can have fresh eggs for breakfast in the cold winter months.