How to Make Fast Food at Home

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The fillings are up to you, but scrambled eggs are one of the main staples. Over-easy eggs will be too runny and create a mess, but fluffy scrambled eggs work perfectly. For additional fillings, try chopped sausage (especially Mexican chorizo for a little zip), crumbled bacon, diced ham, onions, bell peppers, tomatoes, and shredded cheese. You can add sauces like sour cream, ketchup, or salsa but be careful that they're not too runny.

Slow Down to the Dinner Table

Just because it's called "fast food" doesn't mean your family has to be in a rush to eat. Many of these meals lend themselves to great family time when you get everyone involved in preparing the ingredients and making their own custom creations. Turning your dining table into an assembly station for your fast food creations can help keep the whole family together during meal time.