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PREMADE BREAKFAST SAMMY'S



Sometimes you just need a quick breakfast on-the-go. These premade sandwiches are perfect to keep on hand to heat up before heading out for the day or getting your day started.


INGREDIENTS

(makes 8)

Homemade Sausage Patties (half the recipe, or freeze the other half of the patties)

8-16 slices Bacon, cooked 16 Eggs

Salt & Pepper, to taste

English Muffins


INSTRUCTIONS

EGGS:

  1. Spray a baking pan with non-stick spray and preheat your oven to 350 degrees F.

  2. Whisk eggs and add all spices.

  3. Pour into your greased 8x8 pan.

  4. Bake for 10-15 minutes, until set.

  5. Slice into four squares. Set aside.


ASSEMBLE:

  1. Toast your english muffins.

  2. Have patties prepared beforehand.

  3. On your bottom muffin, add the sausage patty, slice of egg, 1-2 slices of bacon, and other muffin.


FREEZING:

  1. Let the sandwiches cool completely before freezing them.

  2. Wrap each individually in parchment paper. Then wrap again in foil.

  3. Store all in large Ziploc bags or an air-tight container.

  4. Place in the freezer and freeze for up to 3 months.

  5. It’s important to make sure your sandwiches have cooled before wrapping them in parchment paper and storing in the freezer!

  6. I like to individually wrap them in parchment and then wrap in foil.

REHEATING:

  1. You can pop these into the microwave without defrosting overnight. Ideally, it tastes the best if you remember to defrost in the fridge overnight. The ingredients are less likely to get too hard or too soggy in the microwave!

  2. Unwrap from the foil and then microwave for 1 minute. Unwrap from the parchment and microwave another minute or two.

 

EGGS


Spray a baking pan with non-stick spray and preheat your oven to 350 degrees F.


Whisk eggs and add all spices.


Pour into your greased 8x8 pan.


Bake for 10-15 minutes, until set.


Slice into four squares. Set aside.


ASSEMBLE



Toast your english muffins.


Have patties prepared beforehand.



On your bottom muffin, add the sausage patty, slice of egg, 1-2 slices of bacon, and other muffin.


FREEZING



Let the sandwiches cool completely before freezing them.


Wrap each individually in parchment paper. Then wrap again in foil.


Store all in large Ziploc bags or an air-tight container.


Place in the freezer and freeze for up to 3 months. I recommend dating the Ziploc so you ensure you eat them before they go bad!


It’s important to make sure your sandwiches have cooled before wrapping them in parchment paper and storing in the freezer!


REHEATING


You can pop these into the microwave without defrosting overnight. Ideally, it tastes the best if you remember to defrost in the fridge overnight. The ingredients are less likely to get too hard or too soggy in the microwave!


Unwrap from the foil and then microwave for 1 minute. Unwrap from the parchment and microwave another minute or two.



If you plan on saving this recipe for later via Pinterest, feel free to use this image!


Please tag me if you end up making this recipe, I would LOVE to see how it turns out!!


A video is up on my Pinterest and Instagram of the recipe in full.












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