You are probably thinking, that is an oxymoron, "healthy fast food." I am not talking about the traditional fast food. I am talking about creating our own fast food at home that is healthy and hearty. One of my favorite things is going to fast food for breakfast. I like hearty stuff (I am not much for cereal, bars, etc) so stopping is a great way to get something that will hold me. Of course it costs money and calories.
Here is a great swap for those heavy breakfast sandwiches.
1 high fiber, low calorie English muffin
1 slice fat free cheese
1-2 oz fat free deli ham
Put the English muffin in the toaster.
Put the egg in a ramekin (small bowl) and scramble and cook in microwave for 1 minute.
When the muffin and egg are done, put the egg on the muffin (it should fit just right), add the cheese and ham, and VIOLA! you are done. :)
This takes all of about 3-5 minutes (faster than driving through at McD's for sure), is only about $1.00 vs $2.00+, and is a lot healthier than my typical breakfast biscuit (roughly 250 calories).