I have made these several times. The dk's love them. I scramble the eggs all together in a large bowl, then bake them at 350 in a greased 9x13 pyrex dish til set. I then cut them in squares and put them atop the muffin. It's just quicker to do it that way, if you don't mind that the eggs aren't round. Way better than fast food restaurants! Thanks for the post.
This is excellent! I used a 9x13 Pyrex dish with a dozen eggs at a time. The eggs in the 350 degree oven took about 10 minutes to set. I toasted a dozen English muffins at the same time. When cooled, I cut the eggs into three rows and two columns. I assembled the sandwiches, wrapped each in a paper towel and put 4-6 in a gallon ziplock bag. I write the reheating instructions (taken from a box in the freezer section of our store) on the ziplock bag: Place paper towel wrapped sandwich in the microwave 90 seconds on 30% power, flip over 60 seconds on high.
It is a great idea, but I didn't freeze them, just scaled down to eat fresh. To make it quicker, I used egg patties, so the ratio of egg would be higher than 1 egg for one whole muffin. I chose the sausage option, and these were really delicious!
Make these for breakfast often but not to freeze. I do over easy eggs. Either with ham, sausage, or bacon.
Better than fast food. Easy to make and zap up when ready to eat. Save your money and make these.
Super easy! I too baked the eggs in the oven. Used my round biscuit cutter to cut them. Perfect!
Made just a single serving of this - fried the egg. It was quick and easy and my husband enjoyed it very much. May try to make ahead version sometime soon.
This is a great and quick recipe. I spent less than an hour making these and had a to go breakfast for more than a week! I made some with English Muffins and some with Bagels. Cooking the eggs in the oven at 350 degrees was a great idea. It makes it easy to just cut the eggs and put them on the sandwich.
I've made these often ~ great for breakfast OR dinner in a pinch too! We also do this with whole wheat burritos