Sunday, November 29, 2015

Oven Baked Breakfast Sandwiches


This post sponsored by World Kitchen.  I was compensated monetarily as well as with product for this post.  As always, all thoughts and options are my own, and I only work with brands that I use in my own kitchen. 

This simple, out-the-door breakfast is quick and easy with convenience in mind, and one you'll definitely want to remember this holiday season.  Using a muffin pan, you can make large quantities of easy to assemble, wholesome and nutritious breakfast sandwiches in a breeze! 



If you've never used a muffin pan to make breakfast sandwiches, you've simply got to try this recipe. Pair it with Oven Baked Bacon and you've got a wholesome and nutritious breakfast  that you can not only assemble really quickly, but that you can make the night before or even freeze in advance if you like. I've had success freezing not only the cooked eggs, but an entire assembled breakfast sandwich (simply heat up in the oven or microwave and wrap in foil for a steaming hot breakfast that can be eaten on the go). 

For this recipe I like using the Baker's Secret 6 Cup Muffin Pan - it makes the perfect amount of breakfast sandwiches for the two of us to have for a couple of days for breakfast.  If you have a larger crowd to feed, you could easily use The Full 2 Cup Muffin Pans and fit 2 dozen eggs into the oven making up to 24 breakfast sandwiches at once. 

Needless to say, with lots of holiday breakfasts and brunches right around the corner, this recipe is definitely one to keep in mind! 
 
Ingredients
- Large Eggs
- English Muffins
- Bacon
- Cheddar
- Butter or oil (for brushing)
Directions
 
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
 
Brush Baker's Secret muffin tins with butter or oil (I like to use coconut oil, but olive oil works great as well).
 
Carefully crack eggs into muffin pan, being careful not to break the yolk (unless you like that kind of thing, then break away!). 
 

Cook eggs in preheated oven for 20 minutes, or until cooked through (if you like your eggs a little on the runny side, cook for 15 minute instead). 

Toast an english muffin and top with an oven baked egg, bacon, cheddar, and your favourite condiments! 
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