Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Homemade Egg McMuffins and Biscuit Sandwiches

Another good breakfast recipe from Laura at Real Mom Kitchen. We've made something similar to these ourselves before, but the thing that really made these great were the precooked frozen sausage patties. We ate them fresh, but Laura freezes hers for a quick breakfast in the morning. Check out her site for the instructions to freeze and reheat them.

The first time I made them with English muffins and they were a hit. The next time I made them, my English muffins were gone, so I used Grands Biscuits I had left over from dinner the night before. They were both really good, but the biscuit sandwiches were even better, 0f course. It's the same thing but with butter and more calories, right?

My husband deemed these better than McDonald's. I found the sausage patties precooked in the frozen section at the grocery store, then warmed them up in the microwave assembling the sandwich. I think it was the sausage patties that made these especially good.

English muffin, toasted (or Grands biscuit)
1 egg per sandwich, scrambled according to your taste
1 slice American cheese
1 sausage patty, precooked

Scramble eggs (1 per sandwich). I scrambled mine like I always do with a little bit of water, salt, and cheese. Split and toast muffins (for the biscuits, I just cut them in half). Assemble sandwich with eggs, sausage, and cheese. If you like, you can warm in the microwave for 30 seconds to melt the cheese before serving.


The White Clan said...

This isone of my favorite easy dinners. I know my kids will eat it without a fight and that in itself is reason enough. I have also used deli ham and those are delightful too.

Chantel and Brian said...

Yum! Can't wait to assemble them in my own kitchen soon!

angee said...

This is my favorite breakfast. I feel bad because every time we have company, we have this. I'm sure they think I can cook nothing else. Who cares?! It's so yummy!

Charles Gates said...

That's pretty close to a good breakfast burrito. Add a spoonful of salsa and a dash of Tabasco, roll in tortilla, and enjoy!