Quick and Easy Breakfast Sandwich – No pan needed!

So there is nothing ‘ultimate’ or totally-over-the-top-amazing about this sandwich.  But, it’s quick, it’s easy and it’s really tasty, if you enjoy simple things like melted cheese.  It seems like we have been so busy lately that breakfasts have become pretty lack luster.  That’s why this little sandwich has been showing up at the table in our house.  Super simple…here we go.

You’ll Need:

1 egg

1 tsp milk (preferably not skim)

slight dash of Lawry’s Seasonings

1 piece of American Cheese

1 English Muffin

Butter (for your muffin)

Begin by combining the egg, milk and Lawry’s in a small bowl and scramble them up.

Spray a small ramekin with non-stick cooking spray.

 

Pour the egg mixture into the ramekin.

 

Place the ramekin in the microwave for 30-40 seconds or until the egg is fully cooked.  You’ll have to experiment with exact times…my microwave does it perfectly in 38 seconds, but yours may be different.  It will blow up huge, like a marshmallow during the cooking process, don’t be scared (or grossed out)…it’ll be yummy.  It should look like this when it’s done.

Place the egg on your toasted and buttered english muffin and slap a piece of cheese  on it…good to go (I recommend not burning your muffin like I did on this sandwich)!

 

Here are some variations for this with this handy breakfast that are also quite good:

Add a few small bits of feta to your egg before cooking and add a slice of tomato to the sandwich.

Add bacon, sausage or ham to make it a ‘proper’ breakfast sandwich.

Use a bagel or toast instead of an English muffin.

Get crazy and make yourself a personalized sandwich…and relish in the fact that you don’t have to clean a pan afterwards!

 

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I'm Jenny. Mom. Wife. Crafter. Baker. In Iowa. On the farm.
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