How to Make Freezer Breakfast Sandwiches

Making freezer-friendly breakfast sandwiches has saved Jimmy and I a lot of time and mental energy in the morning.

Egg and ham english muffin breakfast sandwiches

I usually prep a big batch two times a month and it makes our mornings a breeze. Here’s how I do it!

Ingredients
12 English muffins
12 eggs
12 slices cheddar cheese
12 slices deli ham

Directions
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and split the English muffins. Line a few cookie sheets with parchment paper. Lay the English muffins out in the cookie sheets and bake for about five minutes, or until toasted to your desired level of doneness.

English muffins

2. While the English muffins are in the oven, begin frying a few eggs at a time. I usually crack two or three into a frying pan coated with cooking spray and heated to medium. Cook the eggs to your desired level of doneness and lay one on the bottom half of each English muffin. Repeat with the remaining eggs.

Egg and ham english muffin breakfast sandwiches

3. Place a slice of ham on top of each egg, and then add a slice of cheese on top of the ham.

Egg and ham english muffin breakfast sandwichesEgg and ham english muffin breakfast sandwiches

4. Top the English muffins with the other half of each and wrap individually in aluminum foil or plastic wrap and put in a freezer safe gallon bag. To defrost, pull one or more sandwiches out the night before you need them and reheat in the microwave or oven. Enjoy!

Egg and ham english muffin breakfast sandwiches

Egg and ham english muffin breakfast sandwiches

Variations
-Sometimes I wrap Pillsbury crescent rolls around a cooked sausage link and slice of cheese and bake is directed on the package.
-Everything bagels with bacon, pepper jack cheese, and eggs are great.
-Jimmy also enjoys biscuits with either eggs, ham, or bacon.
-A tortilla filled with scrambled eggs, cheese, and diced peppers is a simple breakfast burrito.

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16 comments

  1. What I great post Allie!! I should have done that when you and your siblings were in school, although you were always my cereal girl (and you still are) All of the other options you mentioned also sound amazing!! You’re such an amazing, organized wife and Mama.

    Love you,
    Madre

  2. YUM!!! I’ve been wanting to make breakfast sandwiches like these and was wondering how to store them in the freezer / reheat. So thank you so much for sharing!! I’m a cereal girl, but I’ve – as of late – found myself craving something a little more protein based. But my mornings are crazy… These would be awesome for me and the hubby! Can’t wait to put some of these together!! Thanks, Allie!!!

    1. Yay! So glad this was helpful to you! Hopefully it will al work out if you give them a try πŸ™‚

      I’m usually a cereal gal, too! Sometimes eggs are so good, though!! Gotta love the extra protein boost!

  3. Ooh this is a great idea!! I never thought about freezing sandwiches with fried eggs before! I love fried egg sandwiches, though, so I definitely want to try this out. Thank you for sharing!

    1. Thank you, Courtney!! I hadn’t thought of it until I was like… we can’t keep making breakfasts in the morning when we have no time, haha! I guess it was out of necessity πŸ˜‰

      Hope you enjoy if you give these a try!

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