_bbR3iY5lLSjzaZNziPYc6VX6tk Inspiration CAN be found EVERYWHERE!: Quick Easy Breakfast Sandwich

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Quick Easy Breakfast Sandwich

I know my hubby likes those fast food breakfast sandwiches when he didn't have time for breakfast before running out the door in the morning.  I know not a great thing but you just have to know when to pick your battles .. 
This is one way to "easily" pick the right battles, or should I say not pick that battle.

I can make these and stick a few in the freezer for those .. I'm late moments.

Yield: 2


  • 2 English muffins
  • ¾ cup liquid egg whites
  • 2 slices desired cheese
  • 2 pieces desired breakfast meat (Canadian bacon, sausage, bacon)

  1. Cut muffins in half and toast them in toaster, or at 350° F for 15 minutes or until lightly browned.
  2. Pour egg whites into Microwave Breakfast Maker and microwave at 70% power 3–4 minutes or until egg white is cooked through. (If using two Microwave Breakfast Makers at once, cook four minutes.)
  3. Allow both muffin(s) and egg whites to cool.
  4. Cut one egg white in half and place on half of English muffin.
  5. Add cheese and meat, then top with remaining muffin half. Repeat for each sandwich.
  6. Place in Freeze It™ container until needed (up to one month).

Reheating Instructions
  1. Place sandwiches in Microwave Breakfast Maker and cover.
  2. Microwave on high power two minutes, flip and microwave on high power one minute longer.
  3. Remove sandwiches from Microwave Breakfast Maker to towel to absorb any excess moisture. 
  4. Serve immediately.
I am going to try making a few with the English Muffins as noted here and then a few with some biscuits and see if he likes those better.  It can be our "test case" for the recipe and the Tupperware pieces.  I love making him the guinea pig without him knowing.  

He did like them when I made them with whole eggs last year .. so now I can see if egg white sandwiches will work.

1 comment:

Barb said...

I make these up too because I love them so much. I don't have any running out the door issues as I am retired. I do use whole wheat muffins & I toast them all at once on a cookie sheet. Then add all the other things. Gives them a much better flavor. I also add a bit of salt, pepper and basil to mine. Beats the fast foods ones to death.