To cut some of the fat and calories in omelets, I bake the bacon in parchment paper-lined baking pans at 350° until crispy and drain on paper towels. Then I fix the omelets, using 1/4 cup egg substitute, a crumbled slice of bacon and a tablespoon of reduced-fat shredded cheese. It’s a satisfying “bacon and eggs” breakfast. Ruth T., Belmont, New Hampshire
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