Seems like people still use the word “bae” every once in awhile when talking about their significant others. A shortened version of “babe,” most likely, although someone eventually suggested that it may also stand for before anyone else. Well, that sounds a little awkward, too, in my opinion, though I’m hardly the final word on all things on the internet.
If I were, in my book, “bae” would stand for Bacon, Avocado and Egg, the holy trinity of good breakfasts. . Eating breakfast is an important part of having enough energy to having enough energy throughout the day for all the things you need to do. We need it more than coffee, trust me.
Personally, I love some protein in the morning, especially savory protein, so this flatbread wrap gets me super excited to face the day. Juicy cherry tomatoes, (which are so plentiful this time of year) silky avocado, and crispy turkey bacon wrapped around scrambled eggs and tucked into a whole grain flatbread? Breakfast perfection! Cook up some bacon over the weekend, and all you have to do is scramble an egg in the morning.
I roll mine up in some waxed paper to take with me on the way to work, and I have to say, it really travels well! Little kids like these too, which comes in handy if you have to make someone scuttle off to school in a hurry every morning.
Make this wrap for yourself, your bae, your sweetheart, your carpool driver, or your co-worker: basically anyone you know who tends to skip that all-important morning meal. They might just have a better day because of it. Besides, you can say it stands for before anything else, because eating breakfast is that important!
Your flatbread bae,
-Amy at Flatout
BAE Breakfast Wrap
- 1 Flatout Flatbread Flavorit wrap
- 1 slice turkey bacon, cooked
- 1/4 Hass avocado
- 1 egg
- 3 cherry tomatoes, quartered
- Salt and freshly ground pepper
- Cooking spray
In a skillet treated with cooking spray, scramble the egg and set aside. To assemble the flatbread wrap, arrange egg, bacon, avocado evenly at one end of the flatbread and top with the cherry tomatoes. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Roll up beginning at the rounded end and cut in half.