Healthy, Low-Fat Breakfast Sandwich "on-The-Go"

READY IN: 15mins
Recipe by amievv821

I am busy, busy, busy! And I usually don't allow myself much time in the morning for breakfast, so I developed a quick, healthy, and delicious breakfast sandwich that keeps me going until lunch! I recently purchased the Ziploc version of the foodsaver, and IT WORKS GREAT!!! (I had a foodsaver, and it broke, and I wasn't spending another $150!) I make these sandwiches ahead of time (really easy), seal them in the Ziploc foodvac, and freeze them until ready to eat. Give it a try!!

Top Review by Mia in Germany

Exactly what I was looking for! I make this with 2 slices of gluten free 5 grain bread #266217 instead of English muffin because I'm not quite sure if gf muffins will be really tasty... As I'm a complete mess before breakfast this is wonderful to prepare in the evening. Just get up, throw the thing into the sandwichmaker and you're ready for the day - thanks for the idea!!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Heat a small skillet over medium-low heat.
  2. Spray the pan with non-stick cooking spray.
  3. Beat the egg in a small bowl and add salt, pepper and/or a dash of milk (for a fluffier egg).
  4. Cook the egg over med-low heat in an omelette style fashion (meaning, don't scramble the egg, but let it take the shape of the pan).
  5. Flip and cook on the other side.
  6. Assemble the sandwich -- English muffin bottom, egg (folded to fit), turkey bacon, cheese, English muffin top.
  7. The sandwich can then be place in the toaster oven or convection oven to toast the bread and melt the cheese -- However.
  8. I like to make as many of these as I can, foodvac them, and freeze them. In the morning while I'm getting ready, I pop one in the convection oven at about 375 degrees and in 15 minutes I have a sandwich better than they can make at McDonalds -- To-Go!
  9. Enjoy!
  10. Note: Sorry if the instructions were lengthy for such a simplistic recipe!

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