Veggie-Packed, Freezer-Ready Breakfast Sandwiches– Perfect For Busy Mornings!
“Egg and cheese breakfast sandwiches are probably my most favorite thing in the whole world. Luckily, they also freeze quite well, so on busy mornings I can just pop one in the microwave and still have my favorite food in half the time (not that it takes a ton of time to quickly fry up an egg and stuff it into a pita or English muffin with a slice of cheese, but… for those mornings). I always try to stuff a few vegetables into my breakfast sandwiches as well, so when I made these Freezer Ready Breakfast Sandwiches, I baked some spinach and roasted red peppers right into the eggs.
I used frozen spinach and jarred roasted red peppers for the vegetable element of my Freezer Ready Breakfast Sandwiches, but you could totally do something like spinach mushroom, onion broccoli, or even corn and zucchini. Just remember, if you’re using fresh vegetables you’ll want to sauté them down a bit to remove some of the moisture before stirring them into the eggs. Soggy breakfast sandwiches are not good breakfast sandwiches.
My sandwiches came out to about $1.25 a piece, which isn’t bad considering the fact that I used pretty high quality ingredients (I’m willing to pay for “good” eggs). So, I’m getting McDonald’s prices with really high quality ingredients. Not bad.”