Freezer-Friendly Sausage & Cheese Breakfast Sandwiches

I’ve told y’all about my struggles to get my husband to eat breakfast. Well, as of late he has been popping into a certain fast-food chain to pick up a breakfast sandwich on his way to work, but I knew I could make a healthier freezer version for less!! These taste better than the fast-food chain’s and can be customized with your favorite type of sausage (veggie, pork or even turkey) and cheese.

What you need:

  • 1 pack of English Muffins (or if you are brave you can make your own)
  • 6 sausage patties (1/2 pound – I cooked it all and froze the remainder)
  • 6 pieces of Cheese

Cook the sausage into large but fairly thin patties. Like I said, I used 6 for this and froze the remaining 5? or so to use later. I also saved the grease to use if I want to make biscuits and gravy to go with the leftover sausage. While your sausage is cooking, cut all the English muffins in half like a hamburger bun. Then toast the muffins and set aside until the sausage is done.

Once your sausage is thoroughly cooked, drain the grease off on some paper towels. Better to have grease on the paper towels than on the English muffins. Now it’s time to assemble your sandwiches. Spread out some squares of plastic wrap or my favorite, Press’n Seal. Put the bottom of your muffin in the middle, layer on the sausage, then the cheese and top with the other half of the muffin.

IMG_1416Wrap the completed sandwich tightly with plastic wrap or my favorite, Press’n Seal. I stored mine in a gallon sized bag in the freezer. To reheat, place on a plate or paper towel in the microwave for 1 1/2 minutes. Enjoy!!

 

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