Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Bacon, Cheesy Eggs and Waffle Sandwich

So every weekend I've gotten in the habit of making my boyfriend breakfast on Saturday (and sometimes Sunday) morning. I've pretty much nailed the bacon, egg and cheese on an everything bagel - it's down to a science at this point. It's starting to get kinda boring though and I'm surprised he hasn't gotten sick of them by now. I'm also dangerously starting to get addicted to breakfast sandwiches myself, so I've been trying to think of all the variations I can do. I recently made one for dinner that had caramelized onions and peppers on it - so so good. 

Here is a link to the waffle recipe

For this breakfast sandwich I have bacon, cheesy eggs, a drizzle of good quality maple syrup and of course delicious homemade waffles. Depending on how savory you want to go, cheese might be a nice addition under the bacon.

Cheesy Scrambled Eggs 
*always make your eggs last. This may seem obvious but they get cold SO quickly and they dry up when you try and keep them warm in the oven. 

About a teaspoon or two of bacon grease
pat of butter
3-4 eggs
splash of milk
2-3 shakes/dashes of Tobacsco sauce
light sprinkle of sharp cheddar cheese
salt and pepper

In a bowl, whisk together the eggs, milk and tobasco sauce.

In a skillet over medium heat, melt the butter with the bacon grease.
(I bake my bacon at 350 for 15-20 minutes in the oven so I can do other stuff at the same time without having to stand over the bacon/get splattered with grease etc. Then, I pour some of the grease off the tin foil into the skillet)

With a rubber spatula, move around the eggs until that are almost fully cooked. Then sprinkle the cheese on top and continue to turn the eggs until they are just barely wet. They will continue to cook in the skillet when the stove is turned off so I don't like to cook them all the way, otherwise they will get dry.

Sprinkle with salt and pepper and serve immediately


  1. You don't eat this, stop lying! You are too damn skinny!

    1. Guilty. I usually just take a bite of the good stuff and give the rest to the boyfriend and eat oatmeal (which as you know i've become addicted too!). It's a win win in my book bc I can take a solid bite and send it off to bottomless 200+ lb boyfriend land. My roommates also benefit from my weekend breakfast making addiction...should probably stop funding that at some point....