This breakfast cookbook contains many sandwich ideas for creating something that you can enjoy every morning. The varieties offered include breakfast sandwiches with eggs or without eggs, vegetarian sandwiches and sweet sandwiches.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and I wanted to provide recipes for breakfast sandwiches that are easy and fun to make with a delicious variety of choices from sweet and savory to vegetarian.
7 – Breakfast Bun
Not all sandwiches are created equal, and the Breakfast Bun certainly exceeds expectations. Packed with delicious veggies and crispy bacon, this sandwich will have you full until lunch.
For different combinations, try mixing up the vegetables. Fans of spice might enjoy jalapeños and instead of green peppers use red and yellow pepper for a colorful creation. Remember, if you do not like one or more of the vegetables, leave them out. The sandwich still tastes yummy.
• ¼ cup milk
• ½ cup chopped onion
• ½ cup chopped green bell pepper
• 1 cup sliced mushrooms
• 3 slices bacon
• 6 eggs
• 6 Kaiser Rolls, split
• 6 thin slices ham
• 6 thin slices tomato
• 6 thin slices Swiss or Muenster cheese
1. In a large skillet, cook the bacon and enjoy the smell.
2. Once cooked to your liking, drain the grease into a glass jar or discard it.
3. Crumble the bacon.
4. Clean and reheat the skillet.
5. This time, add the onion, green bell peppers, and mushrooms. Let them sauté until tender, then add the bacon.
6. In a mixing bowl, whisk the eggs and milk together.
7. Once the skillet is hot, add the eggs to the skillet. As they solidify, carefully pull them across the pan with an inverted turner. This should form large, soft curds.
8. Continue this process until there is no liquid egg left, but stirring constantly is not necessary.
9. On each roll, carefully place a spoonful of the egg mixture on top.
10. Add the ham, tomato, and cheese.
11. Finally, broil all of your rolls approximately 6 inches/15 cm from the heat until the cheese is dripping off the sides of the rolls.
12. Take them out and top them.
8 – Hearty Crisp Muffin Sandwich
When you’re up before the sun, it’s important to have something filling in your stomach, and nothing starts a morning right like bacon. This fluffy yet crispy sandwich will jump-start your system.
If you’re feeling adventurous, add a slice of tomato or a lightly grilled slice of a green bell pepper. The veggie kick will give you some much-needed vitamins.
• 4 eggs, beaten
• 4 English muffins, split, toasted
• 4 slices American cheese
• 4 slices crisp-cooked bacon
1. On a large skillet, spray nonstick cooking spray and let it heat up.
2. Once the skillet is hot, add the eggs and let them begin to set. As they do, begin pulling the eggs across the pan using an inverted turner to form large egg curds. Continue this method, but do not stir constantly. Once all of the liquid is gone, the eggs are finished.
3. Carefully portion the eggs onto the bottom halves of the English muffins and sprinkle cheese and layer bacon on top.
4. Place the muffin tops back on and enjoy!
9 – Bacon Avocado Egg Salad Sandwich
Avocados are perhaps one of the best fruits for the body. Rich in potassium and other vitamins, avocados are a good source of protein and have about half the sugar that other fruits do.
Enjoy this wonderful fruit in a sandwich that not only delights taste buds, but also won’t leave you reaching for a snack an hour later.
• ¼ cup mayonnaise
• ½ cup avocado, sliced
• 4 croissants, halved
• 6 slices cooked bacon
• 6 hard cooked eggs
• Salt and ground black pepper, to taste
1. Crack the eggs into a bowl and mash them with a fork or use your mixer’s paddle attachment.
2. Toss in the mayonnaise and mix well.
3. The eggs and mayonnaise should look like puffy clouds.
4. Season with salt and pepper if you like.
5. Next spread the egg salad onto the bottom half of a croissant.
6. Lay the bacon and avocado strips on top and close the sandwich with the remaining top croissant half.
Brianne Heaton is a food enthusiast. She specializes in creating recipe cookbooks that are practical and enticing to the palate.
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