By LAURIE on June 30, 2003
"I make these when I have extra time, pop them in the freezer and the kids have something to grab, pop in the microwave and out to the bus on those hectic mornings!"
Serving Size: 1 (201 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"I cooked it more like a regular omelet and then transferred it to the broiler with the buttered bread and cheese. It tasted very good, the veggies were great. It is quite greasy just as a grilled cheese but good just the same. I can't see myself scrambling the eggs and having the veggies seperate. I thought I would but then it seemed easier and less messy to go the other route when I already had the frying pan out. Thanks for sharing your recipe."
"Can't wait to try it. It sounds delicious!"
"Love these sandwiches. I omit the cheese and mix hot sauce and/or various seasonings into the eggs while I scramble them. Usually use bacon. Thanks, Laurie!"
"Excellent sandwich!!! I substituted shaved honey ham, as that is what I had on hand, and I didn't add it this time, but I think a little mustard on the inside of the bread would work well as well. Easy, the whole family enjoyed it very much."
"I made these sandwiches after we got home from the ballpark (late) and the kids were whining about being hungry. I usually keep all these ingredients around and it was no trouble to whip them up on the spur of the moment. I used bacon because that is our favorite but sausage would also be good. Very filling and will definitely make these again. Thanks Laurie."
"This makes a wonderful sandwich! I used bacon. No mushrooms-didn't have any. I added the salt and pepper to the eggs when I scrambled them. Even better than I had imagined it would be! Will definitely be making this again and again!"