Cherry On My Sundae
It’s always so hard to decide what to have for breakfast. Do you keep things simple with a delicious strawberry banana smoothie, or do you go big with waffles, whipped cream, and syrup? Breakfast sandwiches are a happy medium — they can be savory or sweet, humble or decadent. One of our favorites? A toasted sandwich with raspberry jam and cream cheese. There are so many possibilities for breakfast sandwiches that we’re making it this week’s SWAT (Sharing With A Theme).
The Hungry Hutch
The lesser-known acronym behind the word “bae,” invented by The Hungry Hutch, is the beloved combination of bacon, avocado, and egg. In keeping with the artisanal toast trend, The Daily Meal presents to you the bae toast. For the Bacon Avocado and Egg Toast recipe, click here.
This scrambled egg and avocado grilled cheese is a fun breakfast-meets-lunch meal. Feel free to mix things up by adding other ingredients. Bacon would be a nice addition, and you can substitute spinach or kale for the arugula. For the Scrambled Egg Grilled Cheese recipe, click here.
Cherry On My Sundae
Bacon breakfast sandwiches are delicious, but this is next level. It has maple Dijon bacon combined with sautéed spinach, fresh tomato slices, caramelized onions, and, of course, a fried egg. Now that’s one way to make breakfast exciting! For the Paleo Breakfast Biscuit Sandwich recipe, click here.
Bacon and eggs are good friends, right? And bacon and tomato are part of a classic sandwich. Add some cheese and an English muffin and you've got a breakfast sandwich people will fight you for. For the Bacon Egg and Cheese and Tomato? Oh, Yes! recipe, click here.
Mon Petit Four
Anything warm and drizzled in syrup, especially when paired with a cup of coffee, is pure heaven, especially these banana French toast sandwiches. Like traditional French toast, this recipe utilizes day-old bread that's been dipped in an egg-milk batter and then fried on a griddle. The special addition is the sliced banana that’s sandwiched in between the fried toast. It adds sweetness and creaminess to the French toast, making these sandwiches absolutely rich and decadent. They're also really easy to create and can be made in less than 20 minutes. For the Banana French Toast Sandwich recipe, click here.
For two breakfast sandwiches, use three eggs, diced ham, diced mild Cheddar, and a spoonful of salsa. The total volume is one cup. Blend it with a fork, put the English muffin (both halves) in the bottom part of the sandwich maker, then add half a cup of the egg mixture on top. Five minutes later, you’ll have a big, fluffy, toasty omelette with a nice brown crust. For the Omelette Sandwich recipe, click here.
Cherry On My Sundae
You’d be lying if you said you’ve never wanted to try green eggs and ham. Here’s your chance to eat them on a fluffy waffle. Sure, waffles are excellent with a dollop of butter and some syrup, but they’re even better when you add a fried egg with pesto and Canadian bacon! For the Green Eggs and Bacon Waffle Sandwich recipe, click here.
The weekend is your chance to kick back — the best way to start off your relaxation is with a delicious breakfast sandwich. Try soft-scrambling eggs with spinach and tomatoes, then top with feta. You’ll want to make this recipe again and again. For the Open-Faced Scrambled Egg Sandwich with Spinach and Feta recipe, click here.
Spread the bottom half of the muffin with cream cheese, top with a little dollop of jam, and put it into the bottom part of the sandwich maker. Put the top of the muffin in the top part of the sandwich maker. You’ll have a delicious and sweet breakfast sandwich in under five minutes. For the Cream Cheese and Jam recipe, click here.
What’s a Southern breakfast without cheesy grits? Grits, eggs, bacon, cheese, and peppadew peppers are piled onto this Southern-style breakfast sandwich. No need for hot sauce — the heat from the peppers adds plenty of spice for a morning treat. For The Kitchen Sink Southern-Style Breakfast Sandwich recipe, click here.