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Ham and Pepper Jack Frozen Breakfast Sandwiches

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Back by popular demand, the Frozen Breakfast Sandwich!

What’s that?  You don’t remember demanding anything?  Well, that’s because I’m using the phrase loosely.  Our ham and cheese frozen breakfast sandwich recipe has been one of our most pinned and viewed recipes.  So, we thought that we would create a little variety for you all by bringing you another recipe.  This sandwich is special though.  When you use a silicone ring mold, something magical happens.  The yolk remains intact, and if you cook it just right, you can get an over-medium egg.  The reason this is magical is because that means that some of the egg is still runny in the center. When I reheated my sandwich, that yolk stayed runny, and I was able to enjoy a wonderful runny yolk on my sandwich.  If you’ve never experienced this, well…you just need to!

Ham and Pepper Jack Frozen Breakfast Sandwiches

Ingredients:

5 English muffins

5 eggs

5 thick slices of deli ham (1 ounce)

5 slices of pepper jack cheese (1 ounce)

1.  Cook an egg in a frying pan, until it’s done to your liking.  We used a silicone ring mold to keep the egg in a round shape.  The great thing about silicone is that it won’t harm your pans, but you could use a biscuit cutter. You could also skip this step all together if you don’t mind a bit of egg hanging over the edge of your sandwich.  Make sure you let your egg completely cool before adding it to your sandwich, otherwise you will have a soggy bottom bun when you go to reheat the sandwich.

Eggs Eggs Eggs

2.  Add the egg to the bottom of the English muffing.  NOTE:  If you find your the bottom bun still gets soggy on reheat, add the ham first, and then the egg.

Egg

3.  Fold the ham to fit on the sandwich, and add it on top of the egg.

Ham

4.  Slice about an ounce of pepper jack off the block, and add it to the sandwich (or add a slice of pepper jack if you have pre-sliced cheese).

Cheese Cheese

5.  Add the top of the English muffin, and wrap in plastic wrap and then in tinfoil.  Make sure not to skip the tinfoil, because this will keep the sandwiches from getting freezer burned.

6.  Reheat on high for about 1:30 – 2:00 minutes in the microwave.

English Muffin Frozen Breakfast Sandwich Plastic wrap Frozen Breakfast Sandwich Tin Foil

Ham and Pepper Jack Frozen Breakfast Sandwiches
Ingredients
  • 5 English muffins
  • 5 eggs
  • 5 thick slices of deli ham (1 ounce)
  • 5 slices of pepper jack cheese (1 ounce)
Instructions
  1. Cook an egg in a frying pan. We used a silicone ring mold to keep the egg in a round shape. The great thing about silicone is that it won’t harm your pans, but you could use a biscuit cutter. You could also skip this step all together if you don’t mind a bit of egg hanging over the edge of your sandwich. Make sure you let your egg completely cool before adding it to your sandwich, otherwise you will have a soggy bottom bun when you go to reheat the sandwich.
  2. Add the egg to the bottom of the English muffing. NOTE: If you find your the bottom bun still gets soggy on reheat, add the ham first, and then the egg.
  3. Fold the ham to fit on the sandwich, and add it on top of the egg.
  4. Slice about an ounce of pepper jack off the block, and add it to the sandwich (or add a slice of pepper jack if you have pre-sliced cheese).
  5. Add the top of the English muffin, and wrap in plastic wrap and then in tinfoil. Make sure not to skip the tinfoil, because this will keep the sandwiches from getting freezer burned.
Calories: 350 Fat: 16.9 Carbohydrates: 26.6 Protein: 22.4

Frozen Breakfast Sandwich

 What’s your favorite kind of breakfast sandwich?  Let us know in the comments section!

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4 thoughts on “Ham and Pepper Jack Frozen Breakfast Sandwiches
  1. I keep meaning to make freezer breakfast sandwiches and keep forgetting! I need one of those handy little egg rings (I actually used to have something else from the same product line, but not the ring!). Stopping in to say “hey” as a member of FBP. =)

  2. Where did you find the silicone ring? That is fabulous! I really like the idea of meal prepping for breakfast and I have done casseroles that can remain in the fridge then eat off those each day but I haven’t had an English muffin in ages. I think I will try it soon.

    1. I found the silicone ring at Bed, Bath, and Beyond. I bet that it could also be found on amazon. I also like prepping my breakfast and lunch for the whole week. It makes week nights easier for me if I’ve already done everything on Sunday. Plus, I don’t forget my lunch if it’s already in my fridge at work! 🙂

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