Sometimes it needs only one item or ingredients to come up with something quite delicious. That exact same thing happened to me the other day, for breakfast, on a Saturday. Simple things make life wonderful.
The culprit came in the disguise of an English Muffin. While I know about them and once in a very long while have them, I’ve never really bother buying them. But, they were on sale and my husband was quite happy to get them. So, I was wondering what I could make with them. Saturdays are my talking days because I speak with family and friends back home, which requires me to get up earlier than my husband. Time change plays a big role here.
Breakfast with our family is usually cereal, once in a while toast, but rarely anything fancy. Well, I thought I do something about it.
– 2 English Muffins
– 2 eggs
– 3 pieces of bacon
– cream cheese, any flavour you like
I have a small square pan in which I can fry eggs in and it gives a perfect shape. Whisk the eggs in a little bowl and fry it in the pan. If you don’t have a similar small pan, just make scrambled eggs, it works just as well. This kind of omelet if quite fluffy and perfect for sandwiches.
Place the bacon in a convection oven and let it bake for 5 or so minutes until it is crispy and to your taste. Of course you can fry it in the pan as well.
Toast the English Muffins and spread cream cheese on each side. I used a peppercorn cream cheese from a local cheese maker. You can also use mustard, mayonnaise, ketchup, or whatever else you like for breakfast.
Cut the egg square into 4 pieces, then place on piece each on the English Muffins. Cut up the bacon and spread equally on the eggs. Close the “sandwich” and serve with fresh fruit and juice.
It made for a super delicious and satisfying breakfast. You can also vary it by cutting up bacon and adding it to the eggs while frying or add vegetables if that is more your breakfast thing.
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great tips, thanks for sharing!