D-Hall is what you make of it. It’s not hard to get creative in here with all of the different options at hand, and Spoon Richmond has come up with 6 awesome breakfast sandwiches that will help you spark this creativity.
D-Hall breakfast is, after all, a magical experience that should be fully taken advantage of. And as Leslie Knope once asked, “Why would anybody ever eat anything besides breakfast food?”
1. Veggie Delight
For the amazing brunch occasions when hummus is served, you have to try this. Spread a dollop or two (of regular or roasted red pepper) hummus on a toasted whole wheat bagel. Top with eggs (any style; egg whites if you’re feeling betchy) and head over to the salad and sandwich bars to load on various veggies, like tomato and avocado.
For an extra touch of flavor, add a spritz of lemon (you can find lemon slices by the water/iced tea fountains), salt & pepper and chili flakes.
2. Sweet Start
For those mornings when you just don’t have the patience for the egg line, try this PBNB (peanut butter, Nutella, banana) toast combo. This is the perfect treat for when you’re craving something sweet but still need that daily protein.
Feeling adventurous? Try adding a couple slices of bacon on top as well. Besides, toast with cool toppings is like, really trendy right now.
3. Spicy BAEcon, Egg & Cheese
For when you want to add some heat to your relationship with bae (the classic bacon, egg and cheese sandwich), try sprinkling some chili flakes or drizzling sriracha sauce inside. This meal will be sure to give you that wake up call you need.
4. Southwest Breakfast Burrito
QUE BONITA am I right? During brunch hours, spend a little extra time crafting this gorgeous burrito filled with ingredients from various stations around D-Hall.
Grab a tortilla from the wrap station, add scrambled eggs, pesto (basil or sun dried tomato), pico de gallo, guacamole, black beans, shredded cheese and sriracha.
5. Fine Dining
For when you’re feeling particularly fancy, try this classy combination of cream cheese, capers, and lox on a plain bagel. Instant-first class feel, even in D-Hall. Trust us on this one. Protect your bagels. Put lox on them.
6. Waffle Breakfast Sandwich
When the waffles are out, forget about eating them just with butter and syrup. Instead, make them the basis of your sandwich.
For that morning sugar rush, try scooping vanilla ice cream, blueberries and whipped cream in between your waffles and drizzle them with maple syrup.
If you’re craving savory, use your waffles to sandwich bacon and eggs. Who knew waffles were so versatile?
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