All of these except for the hard boiled eggs and potatoes can be ready, start to finish in under 10 minutes.
World's best omlette (if you lilke spicy food)
Scramble 23 eggs in a bowl w/ 2tbls milk
heat a medium non-stick frying pan on med-high
spray with some Pam, and add some raw Chorizo, diced onion, sliced jalapeno, diced roma tomato.
Stir until the chorizo is cooked and the onion starts to carmalize.
Add the eggs, stir together, flip and add some Chiauha (sp?)cheese.
Fold and eat with some salsa and sour cream. Add mushrooms if you like.
Runner up: Veggie ommlette
Same as above but use Mushrooms, broccoli, tomato, onion, green pepper, and egg whites if you want. I use American or provolone cheese, and eat with salsa or salt and pepper.
Same as above, but you use leftovers and items you have on hand. Any veggies, any lunch meat, any breakfast meat, chicken, steak, sausage, whatever you have available.
Hard boiled eggs are great.
Hard fried egg between toast, English muffin or biscuit, topped with bacon, ham or breakfast sausage, cheese, grilled onion if you want and some salt and pepper.
All of the above are great with these:
Diced potatoes on the center of a large sheet of foil, sprinkle generously with salt and pepper, oregano, diced onion (garlic, bacon and jalapeno optional) and a little butter or olive oil. Give them a stir to coat the potatoes and fold the 2 sides up and roll the ends to make a pouch. Bake at 450 degrees for 30-35 minutes or until they are done. I make a ton of these and refridgerate them to eat for days. 1 large potato is enough for about 2 servings. These are great with cheese or as a skillet with an ommlette.
The trick to a great fast ommlette is a preheated (hot) pan and plenty of Pam. An ommlette only takes 20-30 seconds once the eggs hit the hot pan. Stir and flip non stop = fluffy delicious eggs.