Making breakfast sandwiches to freeze

I used to buy frozen breakfast sandwiches, but I realized that they would be easy to make at home.  It saves money, and I can put the ingredients I want in them!  Here is what works for me.


Makes 6 sandwiches

  • 6 English muffins
  • 6 eggs
  • salt
  • pepper
  • 6 veggie breakfast sausage patties
  • 3 slices of cheddar cheese


  • jumbo muffin tin
  • jumbo* cupcake liners – parchment works well
  • aluminum foil

*you can get away with using standard sized cupcake liners.  I just flatten them out a bit so they cover the bottom of the jumbo muffin tin


Preheat the oven to 325 degrees.

Take the cupcake liners and place them in the muffin tin.  Crack an egg and place it in one of the cupcake liners in the tin.  Repeat until you have filled up each space in the tin.  Sprinkle salt and pepper on top of each egg.  Then place them the preheated over for 15 minutes.

Prepped the English muffins, patties and cheese

While the eggs are cooking, separate each English muffin.

Cut each slice of cheese in half.

cooling eggs after baking

After the eggs have finished cooking, take them out of the oven, and allow them to cool for about 5 minutes.


When the eggs are cooled, it is time to assemble the sandwiches.

Assembling the sandwiches

You can assemble they any way you like.  This is what I do.

1/2 English muffin, frozen veggie sausage patty, egg, 1/2 slice of cheddar, 1/2 English muffin.

Wrapped sandwiches ready for the freezer

I wrap my sandwiches in aluminum foil.  If you use heavy duty foil, you can reuse the foil many times.  I use masking tape to label the sandwiches for the freezer.


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