Total Time
Prep 30 mins
Cook 0 mins

The healthy way, we eat this every Saturday as brunch around 10-11 o clock then have a roast on Sunday. This is a very nice comforting brunch to get the family around the table.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Now first of all, grill your sausages and bacon, if you can keep them warm in the oven that is great if you run out of time.
  2. Cut up your mushrooms and cut the tomatoes in half, fry in a little oil until done.
  3. Gently heat the baked beans at the same times as making the eggs.
  4. Whisk together the eggs and milk, melt the butter in the pan, add egg mixture.
  5. Leave to set about 1 minute then start lifting (not stirring) until is cooked, leave a little moisture as it is nicer.
  6. Toast your toast, cut into 2 triangles and butter.
  7. Place on plate.
  8. Put eggs on top of toast.
  9. Add 2 sausages, 2 rashers bacon, 1 tomato a quarter of the mushrooms to each plate.
  10. Add a quarter of the baked beans to every plate.
  11. Sprinkle Worcestershire sauce over eggs and rest if you like, season with pepper.
  12. Place on the table, with sauces in the middle.
  13. Pour orange juice equally into 4 glasses.
  14. Call the family.
Most Helpful

5 5

Yummy-ola.....I didn't know that what I've been making for years would qualify as an English-type of breakfast, but here we are! Anyway...I do NOT do the baked beans (sorry!), seems sacriligeous or something. I "do" scramble up the eggies in the pan, but like you mention, pull them out of the heat when they still have a bit of moisture---they really are MUCH nicer to eat than if dried out. Thanks for a great breakfast-brunch recipe. *Made for ZWT3 Family Picks*

3 5

This was a great starting point to doing a full English breakfast. I wonder though; what's the unhealthy way?