Breakfast foods are some of my favorite foods… biscuits and gravy, eggs and bacon, and of course… breakfast sandwiches! I’ve made breakfast sandwiches at home for years, usually one at a time, but that became a pain when kids came along (ain’t nobody got time for that!). Since then I’ve perfected my breakfast sandwich game big time. I hope this saves you time AND money at the drive-thru! The best part about making these is the kids LOVE them! They’re so easy to freeze and thaw in the microwave and come out perfect every time.
I use a whoopie pie or muffin top pan (you can find them on Amazon!) for perfect eggs. You can also use a cupcake or muffin pan, but they don’t turn out as evenly done. Ramekins also work, but I find that they’re a little more of a pain since they’re not confined to a single pan.
- 12 English Muffins
- 12 eggs
- 12 slices White American cheese (or any other cheese that you prefer-Gouda is excellent on these sandwiches!)
- 12 slices of bacon (usually about a pound turns out just right), 12 sausage patties, or 12 slices of ham (Canadian bacon)
- Heat oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Prepare bacon or other desired meat.
- Spray the whoopie pie or muffin pan with nonstick spray. Crack an egg into each cup. Gently break the yolk of each egg to allow for even cooking. Add salt and pepper to each egg to taste. Cook in the oven 10 – 15 minutes or until yolks are cooked through.
- While the eggs are cooking, separate all of the English muffins and place on a working surface like a pan or covered counter top. Place a slice of cheese on the bottom half of each muffin. Fold the corners in so no cheese will melt outside the muffin.
- Once eggs are thoroughly cooked, place an egg on each slice of cheese. Top with bacon or meat of choice and add the top bun.
- Allow the sandwiches to cool completely and add to a Ziploc bag. Place all sandwiches in a large freezer bag and place in the freezer.
- To thaw the sandwiches, wrap the sandwich in a paper towel and heat in the microwave for 3 minutes and 45 seconds on 50% power, turning the sandwich over every minute.
- Now, wave goodbye to the drive-thru line!