Avocado, Egg and Ham Breakfast Wrap

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Avocado, Egg and Ham Breakfast Wrap

New Power Breakfast: It's A Wrap


(NAPSA) - For jump-starting the day, nothing beats a well-rounded breakfast to rev you up, mentally and physically. An empty-calorie, sugary breakfast cereal just won't do the trick-there's sure to be an energy crash halfway through the morning. For bonus points, a good breakfast helps curb prelunch cravings that can wreck any diet.


The right food combination makes all the difference; far better to spend a few minutes preparing a delicious, nutrient-packed wrap filled with scrambled eggs, avocado, ham and cheddar.


A hearty breakfast that includes avocados not only fuels morning activities but supplies valuable fiber, cholesterol-lowering 'good fats' and nearly 20 vitamins and minerals. Grown in Mexico for centuries and perfected over generations, avocados from Mexico are in season now and deliver unbeatable, rich-tasting flavor that makes good food better.


An appetizing breakfast wrap is an ideal handheld item that allows for multitasking in a typical busy morning schedule either at home or on the road. Make the full recipe for everyone in the house...or downsize it just for yourself.


With a great option like this, there's no need to hit the snooze button!


For more avocado recipes and nutrition information, visit www.avocadosfrommexico.com.

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Avocado, Egg and Ham Breakfast Wrap

New Power Breakfast: It's A Wrap


(NAPSA) - For jump-starting the day, nothing beats a well-rounded breakfast to rev you up, mentally and physically. An empty-calorie, sugary breakfast cereal just won't do the trick-there's sure to be an energy crash halfway through the morning. For bonus points, a good breakfast helps curb prelunch cravings that can wreck any diet.


The right food combination makes all the difference; far better to spend a few minutes preparing a delicious, nutrient-packed wrap filled with scrambled eggs, avocado, ham and cheddar.


A hearty breakfast that includes avocados not only fuels morning activities but supplies valuable fiber, cholesterol-lowering 'good fats' and nearly 20 vitamins and minerals. Grown in Mexico for centuries and perfected over generations, avocados from Mexico are in season now and deliver unbeatable, rich-tasting flavor that makes good food better.


An appetizing breakfast wrap is an ideal handheld item that allows for multitasking in a typical busy morning schedule either at home or on the road. Make the full recipe for everyone in the house...or downsize it just for yourself.


With a great option like this, there's no need to hit the snooze button!


For more avocado recipes and nutrition information, visit www.avocadosfrommexico.com.

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Instructions
  1. In bowl, beat eggs with salt and pepper. In large skillet over medium heat, melt butter; add eggs; cook and stir until set. On each tortilla, place one slice each of ham and cheese; top with eggs, avocado slices and salsa, dividing evenly. Roll up and serve immediately.
  2. *To warm tortillas:
  3. Place on plate; cover with dampened paper towel. Microwave on high until warm, about 1 minute. Discard paper towel; wrap tortillas in napkin to keep warm.
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Nutritional Information Per Serving: 542 calories, 27g protein, 34g carbohydrates, 33g fat, 4g fiber

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