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MUNCHIES IN MINUTES: Breakfast sandwiches to go!

(Nathan Clark/Staff Reporter)

(Nathan Clark/Staff Reporter)

My mother always told me breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Then again, a lot of other people have told me the same thing, so it must be at least a little important.

Breakfast is great, but it can be time consuming if you want to make it yourself, and it can be expensive if you don’t.

Making your own breakfast sandwiches is a cheaper, more efficient way to start your day – not to mention it’s incredibly easy.

You will need:

  • Five eggs
  • Five slices of cheese (American preferred)
  • Five count can of biscuit dough
  • Canadian bacon
  • Butter
  • Frying pan
  • Spatula
  • Baking sheet
  • Tin foil

How to prepare:

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and let the pan heat up on the stove for about five minutes. Once the stove and pan are heated up, place the biscuits on the cooking sheet and put them in the oven for 12 minutes.

While the biscuits are baking, it’s time to cook the eggs. Spread some butter on the pan first. Crack a few eggs open directly over the pan and let them cook.

When the edges of the eggs are no longer runny, flip the edges toward the center of the egg, creating a sort-of egg package. Flip the eggs completely over after the sides have been turned inward.

When all the eggs are cooked, set them aside on a plate until the biscuits are done baking.

Once the biscuits are done, take them out of the oven and set them aside the rest of your ingredients.

Assembling the sandwiches is idiot-proof at this point. Open up the biscuits and place the eggs, slices of Canadian bacon and the cheese inside.

Wrap the sandwiches in tinfoil and put whatever you’re not planning on immediately eating in the refrigerator.

When you want to enjoy a sandwich, just take them out of the tinfoil and heat them up in the microwave.

Safety tip: Do not heat them in the microwave while they are still wrapped in tinfoil.

One Comment

  1. Try wax paper in place of the tin foil (you may need to use two layers). Then they can go directly into the microwave without unwrapping.

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