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Grab-and-Go Breakfast Sandwich

Grab-and-Go Breakfast Sandwich recipe
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Skip the drive-thru. Your homemade breakfast sandwich, with cholesterol-free egg product and turkey bacon, is better for you—and tastier!
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
1 serving
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posted:
6/28/2013
We do this all the time. It is very easy to prepare and is spot on for cooking time. WI often prepare with a bit of minced mushrooms, onions and green peppers. One note, don't put the cheese on the eggs in the skillet because it will run out of the sandwich.
posted:
7/19/2012
Very good. I don't have time for bacon so I buy Real Bacon Pieces and add to the eggs. Sometimes I make it in a wrap instead of a muffin, easier to eat.
posted:
1/8/2012
Yum! Simple, fast and good!
posted:
11/9/2011
I scrambled 2 eggs, melted shredded cheddar on top and served it open faced minus the bacon. Obviously I didn't make this to eat on the go but it's still good which ever way you want to eat it.
posted:
6/15/2011
Made these for the kids and they really liked it. only thing my kids aren't big fans of american cheese so I switched it up with cheddar or pepper jack
posted:
5/27/2011
I use a custard cup sprayed w/Pam pour in egg mixture & microwave until set, inveret eggs onto muffin half. Put on plate microwave until cheese is melted. I also use pre-cooked bacon. Wrap sandwich in waxed paper, less drippy mess, and go. I make this at least 2x a week.
posted:
12/28/2010
A great breakfast. Not exactly easy to eat "on-the-go."
posted:
4/20/2010
I enjoy a very good on the go breaketfast
posted:
1/28/2010
I make a dozen or so of these in advance and then freeze them. Just wrap in foil or parchment and seal in a freezer bag. Microwave for 60 sec. to reheat.
posted:
7/18/2009
Mmm, this sandwich makes me feel like I'm eating a McDonald's breakfast or something (which I like, but try not to eat). Plus, it really is very easy to make.
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