This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #LeggoMyEggo #cbias #CollectiveBias Do you know someone who loves a simple breakfast sandwich with eggs but wants to change things up every once in a while? That’s where EGGO® waffles comes in. Let’s make a hearty and tasty breakfast sandwich that’s still super easy. Smoky bacon, melty cheese, and runny yolk pair well with the sweet cinnamon roll waffle as the bread. This cinnamon roll breakfast sandwich is sure to be hit.
Cinnamon Roll Breakfast Sandwich with Bacon, Egg, and Cheese
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You can find the new Eggo waffles and pancakes at Walmart in the frozen breakfast aisle.
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Breakfast Sandwich Ingredients
- EGGO® CINNA-TOAST™ Cinnamon Roll (2 per sandwich)
- Eggs (1 per sandwich)
- Sliced gouda cheese (or your favorite type of cheese)
- Applewood smoked bacon (1-2 pieces per sandwich)
- Spinach and arugula mixed greens
How to Assemble the Cinnamon Roll Breakfast Sandwich
Cook your bacon (1-2 slices per sandwich). I like to use the oven to cook bacon. It comes out so much better because I don’t have to babysit the pan. I cover a sheet pan with foil and place the bacon flat on the pan with no pieces touching. Place the pan of bacon in a cold oven. Turn the oven on to 400°F. 14-17 minutes is perfect for the applewood smoked bacon I buy. Cooking time will vary based on the thickness of your bacon. As soon as your bacon is cooked, remove from the pan to a towel line plate.
Toast your Eggo waffles according to the package instructions. Use a cookie cutter to cut the waffles into circles. You’ll need 2 waffles per sandwich.
Cook an egg to your liking. Here’s the way I do it for an egg over medium (works for sunny side up, too): Melt a slice of butter on medium heat in a non-stick pan. Add one egg to the pan. Add a teaspoon of water to the pan and cover with a lid. (I like my see-through lid so I can tell when the egg is done.) Watch your egg cook. Remove the lid as soon as the top of the egg begins to turn white. The inside will still be runny. If you want the inside to be hard, let it cook longer or simply flip over the egg and break the yolk.
Use the cookie cutter to cut the egg and cheese to fit on the waffle. Assemble your sandwich and enjoy.
You can serve the sandwich with a side of mixed greens lightly dressed with lemon juice, olive oil, salt, and pepper. I like to add the greens (not dressed) to my sandwich.
Watch the video to see how it comes together.
More Recipe Ideas Featuring Eggo Waffles and Pancakes
Have you seen our Chocolate Dipped Spider Web Waffles? They make a fun treat.
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