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Meatless Breakfast Patties

Boca Meatless Breakfast Patties

If you find yourself getting weak in the knees at the thought of a good pan-fried sausage, take heart. Close your eyes and you will swear that Boca Meatless Breakfast Patties are the real thing -- same consistency, same flavor, yet half the calories and none of the saturated fat.

Eat two patties and you will end up with 160 calories, eight grams of good-for-your-heart unsaturated fat, and a nice dose of soy protein to help lower your cholesterol.

Not to be outdone, Boca competitor Yves Veggie Cuisine, known for its smashing, bring-on-the-mustard and sauerkraut meatless weiners, has come out with its own version.

Yves Veggie Breakfast Patties' numbers are even better than Boca's, and Yves is fortified with B-vitamins, zinc, and iron to match what you'd get in meat.

Boca Meatless Breakfast Links

BOCA Breakfast Links

BOCA also makes meatless breakfast links. Made with nutritious soy, the breakfast links hit the spot. Delicious drizzled with a little maple syrup. Add a couple scrambled eggs made with egg substitute and you've got a hearty, healthy breakfast.

The links are only a 2-point value for Weight Watchers, contain 75 percent less fat than pork sausage links, are a good source of protein and contain NO cholesterol.

A serving size (45g) contains 70 calories, 8g protein, 0 cholesterol and 0 trans fat.

Visit the Boca Burger Website:  BocaBurger.com and / or the YvesVeggie.com web site. They both have some delicious recipe suggestions they share. Following is one recipe from the Yves web site.

Hungry Country Boy's Breakfast

1 tablespoon oil
1/2 tablespoon butter (optional)
1/2 cup mushrooms, sliced
1 small onion, sliced
1/3 cup green or red pepper, diced
1/2 cup egg whites or 2 eggs, beaten with pinch of salt added
2/3 cup cold, boiled medium potato, diced
2 diced Meatless Breakfast Patties

In a frying pan, slightly brown seasoned potatoes and Veggie Breakfast Patties in 1/2 tablespoon oil over medium high heat. Add butter (if used) and 1/2-tablespoon oil to pan along with onions and mushrooms. Cook for 3 to 4 minutes or until onions are cooked and all liquid is evaporated.

Add peppers, season vegetables in pan with salt and pepper and cook for 1 minute. Add potatoes, patties, stir in egg whites or eggs, turn heat to medium low, cover pan and cook until eggs are cooked through. Do not stir.

Nutrition information: 392 calories, 28g protein, 38g carbohydrates, 16g fat. 6g fiber.

Disclosure: We have no affiliation with either manufacturer mentioned above.

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