Karen, these were sure good this Sunday morning. A quick and easy breakfast was needed in a hurry, and this just worked perfectly. These are sooo much better than you know who's McMuffins. I used black forest ham, and it was outstanding. You would be able to change ingredients easily too. Pepper Jack Cheese would be great too. THanks for sharing your recipe.
I rated this recipe earlier but think I forgot to add the stars. We love this recipe. We make a bunch and freeze them. A minute and half in the microwave and they come out perfect. We use sausage instead of the Canadian Bacon. Thanks for the recipe.
This is one of my favorite breakfasts when I have the time to make them. I only made 2 servings, toasted my English muffins and used cheddar cheese because that's what I had on hand. I love these with Canadian bacon. After assembling it all together I put it in the microwave for about 25 seconds just to melt the cheese. Thanks for posting!
Excellent and inexpensive if you buy low-cost English muffins or make your own (bread machines will make the dough for you with saving you a lot of work). I scramble the eggs first with a little salt, pepper, onion powder, and garlic powder mixed in and there are fry-rings you can buy that sit in the frying pan to make 1/2 or one egg fit the muffin perfectly, but I usually shape mine by turning the edges over with a turner then flipping it.
These are delicious and easy! I like to lightly toast the muffins before assembling just to crisp them up a bit. We love this breakfast! Thanks-HK
These are called an "Egg McDaddy" at our house, as my husband usually makes them. We use cooking spray instead of butter in a non stick pan. We often skip the Canadian bacon, as we don't always have it on hand. Sometimes, we add pre-cooked bacon or deli ham slices if we have it. We also use whatever kind of cheese we have. It is a great recipe, as you can mix it up. We are as likely to eat them for dinner as we are breakfast. We serve with fresh fruit or a carton of yogurt. At dinner, we also sometimes add a steamed green vegetable. YUM!
had to smile when i saw this recipe name as we have the same things that my bees call "momma bee muffins", aren't they good and so easy to make.........so here's where i confess the only reason i have EVER bought spam.......we find it salty so i buy the lower sodium spam, slice into six slices (not from the skinny end), lightly fry them up and drain like u would bacon....slap that between a toasted split english muffin with the cheese of your choice and an egg....holy honey they are goooood......shhh don't tell anyone i use spam :)
These wer good and easy to make. I made them Friday night and we ate them at the race track on Sunday morning. I heated them up on my George Foreman grill. We all enjoyed them. I did use sausage patties instead of canadian bacon though.
We love these and they are so easy for a quick breakfast or light lunch!! Only thing we do differently is put a little yellow French's mustard on :)! I have also used eggbeaters for a low cholesterol mc muffin.
LOL I Love the name! My mommy made these for me often. They're REALLY good. Sometimes I use regular bacon instead of canadian bacon both are very tasty! I also sometimes use hamburger buns intstead of english muffins but I think I like english muffins better. Mmm!! I also put a little bit of mayo on mine.