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Grab-and-Go Breakfast Sandwich

Grab-and-Go Breakfast Sandwich recipe
photo by:kraft
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:
3/8/2009
I have made these twice now and they are great! The second time I used ham instead of bacon and they were fantastic!! Once again quick & simple!
posted:
1/22/2009
the english muffin to me doesnt taste all that good with the eggs cheese and bacon.
posted:
1/8/2009
I have been making this recipe for over 25 years! Started when my kids were preschoolers and they are now in their 30's! Have used bagels, rolls, croissant, real and "sub" eggs, bacon, turkey bacon, sausage, canadian bacon and all kinds of cheese. Our favorite way of cooking the eggs is in a small dish that perfectly fits the muffin and goes into the microwave. We have put salsa on them for a new twist on taste.
posted:
12/2/2008
I lightly buttered the english muffin after toasting and used a small slice of low fat cheese and used a real egg. Very good and satisfying.
posted:
11/1/2008
i used a reg egg.it was so much betr
posted:
10/24/2008
GREAT IDEA for the busy person and it is light!
posted:
9/22/2008
I also use whole wheat english muffins but substitute candian bacon, less fat and calories! I also spray a coffee mug add 1 egg,salt & pepper and whip with a fork. Microwave 1 1/2 minutes then place 2 slices (round)candian bacon microwave another minute. Dumps out on the muffin & enjoy!
posted:
9/18/2008
Haven't made this yet, but it looks DELICIOUS and it thrills me to pieces that it's healthy and nutritious as opposed to the fast food version. Way to go, Kraft!
posted:
9/4/2008
Very, very good. I modified it a little bit, I substituted the bacon for apple slices, and it was great!!! I also used a whole wheat muffin to up the fiber. Very good for a quick meal any time of the day.
posted:
7/17/2008
My husband is always in such a rush in the mornings. Makes it easy to get him fed and not worry that he's getting to many carbs or sugar. I've substituted the english muffin with bagels a time or two. I use the 100 calorie english muffins to cut the calorie count down. Great both ways.
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