An English Muffin Breakfast Sandwich is perfect for weekend breakfasts, a meal on-the-go, or stocking up the freezer.
Weekend breakfasts are my favorite. I love taking the time to make something delicious. However, even our weekends can be busy and there are times we need a breakfast on-the-go. An English Breakfast Sandwich is just the ticket when we need something to eat in the car that is filling and nutritious.
Our mornings often start early with soccer, school, or skiing. I make up these breakfast sandwiches, get the kids up and pile them into the car. Since we always have at least a 30 minute drive into town, there is plenty of time to eat.
And while, I’d rather they sat at the table and ate a leisurely breakfast, it just doesn’t happen in our world everyday. These sandwiches are delicious eaten at home for a leisurely weekend breakfast or a quick grab and eat on-the-go!
The beauty about these beauties is you can make them ahead of time and freeze them. They can be thawed and warmed in the microwave oven or in a regular oven. Many times I make the morning we need them. They are a fairly quick breakfast to throw together.
I try to use my homemade English muffins, or Sourdough English Muffins but any good English muffin will do. I also vary the meat according to what I have on hand. Sometimes it’s breakfast sausage, sliced ham, bacon, or I even make these meatless. Any version is delicious.
Breakfast sandwich with eggs, cheese and sausage
- 6 whole eggs
- 2 Tablespoons milk or cream
- salt and pepper
- 6 whole English Muffins
- 6 whole Sausage Patties cooked
- 6 slices cheddar cheese
- Scramble eggs in a bowl. Add milk and salt and pepper. Stir together.
- Heat Saute pan on medium heat. Spray saute pan with a nonstick pan.
- Add scrambled egg mixture. Stir gently. You don't want small individual pieces. You want thin, omelette like eggs. Cook egg mixture through.
- Meanwhile, toast English muffins.
- Assemble sandwiches by placing a layer of egg, cheese, and then sausage.
- Eat right away, or wrap in foil to keep hot.
Muffins can be made with sausage, ham, bacon, or meatless.
To freeze, let muffins cool. Wrap each sandwich in foil. Place foil packets in plastic freezer bag.
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