This recipe for Egg Biscuit and Egg Muffin Breakfast Sandwiches is so easy and at a fraction of the cost it would be to take the family out for the fast food versions…. And best of all… it’s a great Kid-Friendly meal that you know your kids will love.
You can use your own biscuits or if you use the refrigerator ones… use the “Grands” size. By the way... this is excellent on bagels as well.
For the eggs… you can either scramble your own or use egg substitute… I doubt anyone will notice if you use the substitute…
I use my mini tart pans for these…. if you don’t have any… you should consider purchasing them.. they are well worth it and not expensive.
You can use Canadian bacon, bacon, sausage or I used thin sliced deli ham… or you can leave the meat out completely.
I use a bit of shredded cheese in the egg because I use egg substitute and it adds a bit of flavor. For the sliced cheese on top… you can use whatever you want…. American, Cheddar, Monterey Jack… whatever you prefer.
The quantities will depend on how many you are making… figure about 3 eggs for every 2 sandwiches you make.
You can make these ahead and store them in an airtight container in the fridge. Just give them a minute in the microwave to reheat… and another minute with the cheese… and you are good to go!
Recipe: Egg Biscuit and Egg Muffin Breakfast Sandwiches
All you need:
Shredded Cheese (optional)
Sliced cheese (any variety)
Sausage, Canadian bacon, bacon, thin sliced deli ham (optional)
English Muffins, toasted
All you need to do:
Pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees F.
Spray the mini tart pans lightly with butter flavored cooking oil.
Place the tart tins on a foil lined cookie sheet or baking pan.
Pour the egg into the tart pan to just below the top lip. (see photo)
Sprinkle with a little shredded cheese (optional).
Bake at 350 degrees F until set…. about 20 minutes.
Remove the egg patties to a plate.
Place a slice of desired breakfast meat (if using) on the egg patty and a slice of cheese on top of the meat.
Microwave for 30 seconds or until cheese has just started to melt (you don’t want it too hot to eat).
I put a little margarine on the Muffin or biscuit before assembling the sandwich.
Place the egg on a toasted English muffin or biscuit split in half.
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