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Breakfast Waffle-wiches #EggoWaffleOff

April 4, 2013



All week I've been sharing some new and tasty recipes featuring Eggo waffles in honor of their Waffle Off Recipe competition. In spite of them being waffles of course, I have yet to share a breakfast idea for you! Here's one that I decided to try after how delicious the Waffle BLT was by switching out regular toast for Eggos. 

Why not do the same with a breakfast sandwich? It turned out fabulous! Such a great (and cheaper) alternative to drive-through breakfast sandwiches, plus you can customize to your family's tastes. Switch the sausage for bacon or ham. Try a monterey jack or American cheese instead of the sharp cheddar. Really the possibilities are endless!


Breakfast Waffle-wiches
makes 4 breakfast sandwiches

8 Eggo Homestyle waffles
4 eggs
3 tablespoons milk
4 slices sharp cheddar cheese
4 frozen sausage patties

Preheat oven o 350 degrees and spray 4 cups of a muffin tin with non-stick spray. In a small bowl, beat eggs, milk, salt, and pepper. Pour eggs evenly into 4 muffin cups. Bake for 15 - 20 minutes or until eggs are set in the center. Allow to cool slightly (eggs will deflate after a few minutes). Meanwhile, cook sausage patties according to package directions and toast waffles. Using a drinking glass, cut out a circle from each waffle (use the scrap waffle rings a snack for the kids, mine loved them). Cut out circles from each slice of cheese using the drinking glass also. Place one slice of cheese on each of 4 waffle circles. Place baked egg on top of cheese and one sausage patty on top of the egg. Add second waffle circle to finish each breakfast sandwich. Serve immediately.



I hope you're starting to get inspired and create some Eggo waffle recipes of your own! Go to Eggo's Facebook page to enter your recipe in the Great Eggo Waffle Off - you could win $5,000! Good luck!

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Eggo Waffles sponsored this post and provided me with products to create new and exciting waffle recipes to share. All opinions expressed here are my own.

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