You’ve got all of your ingredients, and now you’re ready to put these McMuffins together! First you’ll need to cook the eggs, but then it’s just a matter of stacking everything!
Preheat your oven to 275 degrees F.
First you want to make your eggs. It is absolutely crucial that you SPRAY the heck out of the muffin pan or you might as well throw the pan away now. Those eggs will be oh so stuck to that pan unless you Pam it like crazy! So first things first… spray, spray, spray! Then… get crackin’!
After cracking the eggs in your muffin tin, take a fork and break the yoke. This will help evenly cook the eggs. This is also a great time to salt and pepper the eggs to your liking.
Drop your muffin pans into your pre-heated oven for about 10 minutes. Ovens are all very different, so a good rule of thumb is how they look- the whites should be white and not translucent but the yellows should be shloppy (<- real word) and still undercooked. (See picture below) This is good!! Remember, you are not eating these now! When these are ready to get devoured they will go back into a super hot microwave and cook again, finishing off the yolk to perfection!
Next, assembly line prep! While the eggs are cooking, I like to prep my sandwiches so that my very last step is throwing my egg right in between my ham and cheese… YUM. Look at that picture and see the pre-melt on that fake cheese. Ooh… I’m starting to hear my stomach growl right about… now!
Plastic wrapping anything is probably the most annoying part of freezer meals, but just delegate this job to one of your children or your husband, basically anyone who will be eating this, and then you don’t have to worry about the maddening part.
(Psst, in order to make these look so very pretty for wrapping, turn the sandwich upside down for wrapping and then when you’re finished, the sandwich will be right side up! Kind of like wrapping Christmas presents!)
Wrap these suckers super tight and plop them in a Ziplock bag and throw ‘em in the freezer. These will last you a while if you plastic-wrapped them well. Because they are individually wrapped, each person can grab ‘n go to their little heart’s desire.
There you have it, one of my favorite easy breakfast recipes! A little prep work = a month of quick and easy breakfasts!
When they are ready to eat, unwrap and heat in the microwave from their frozen state for 1 minute. My hubs says they “come back to life really well.” He eats them on his 30 minute commute to work every morning and it gives him a delicious and necessary jump start to his day.
Below is where I went off the beaten path a little bit and you can too:
I fried up some bacon for a batch of 12 because who can resist an entire package of bacon??
Answer: No one.
Just substitute your bacon for the ham, and now you have two great breakfast choices!
Enjoy making your egg sandwiches and be proud knowing that you just made a month’s worth of breakfast! That’s definitely something to be proud of!
Gotta run… there’s some bacon with my name on it. If you haven’t already, make sure to grab printable recipe cards of my top breakfast freezer recipes, perfect for busy mornings!
- 30 English muffins
- 30 cheese slices
- 30 eggs
- 30 slices of ham, bacon, Canadian bacon, or sausage patties
- Pam spray
- Muffin pan or griddle
- Plastic Wrap
- Freezer Storage Bags
- Preheat your oven to 275 degrees F
- Spray muffin pan with Pam
- Crack eggs into muffin pan, making sure yolks are broken, and add salt and pepper
- Bake for 10 minutes (eggs will still be a bit undercooked)
- Prep sandwiches while eggs bake by separating the English muffins and adding cheese to one half and meat to the other
- Add eggs and close up sandwiches
- Wrap sandwiches in plastic wrap, put in a Ziploc bag, and place in freezer
- To reheate- unwrap and heat in microwave for 1 minute