Avocado & Sausage Egg Muffin
OK, don’t get jealous now. Not only does my husband know how to cook a great pizza, but he makes me one, if not two, homemade breakfasts every weekend. At most, I might have to make a pot of coffee, but sometimes he does that, too. I try to completely stay out of his way and let him do whatever the heck he wants. Most of the time, it’s just a classic breakfast of eggs, an English muffin (everything, always) and maybe some bacon or sausage if we have it. A few weeks ago, my only request was that he make something involving a few of the California Avocados I had around.
Little did I know he would go all Joey Tribbiani and make a breakfast SANDWICH. Seriously though, I will always remember that Joey Tribbiani’s favorite food was sandwiches. They’re definitely up there for me as well. This breakfast egg muffin sandwich rivals anything from a fast food joint. Although personally, I find fast food breakfasts super disgusting, so it’s no contest.
Our grocery store sells loose breakfast sausage, so Jeff used that to form the patties, although you could buy links and just take them out of the casings for the same effect. The trick to perfectly round eggs is a simple ring mold/biscuit cutter/cookie cutter. You place that on the griddle, pour the whisked egg mixture in and leave the mold on until the egg is a firm shape. Combined with a little bit of cheese, a touch of pickled jalapeño in the eggs, and some luscious slices of avocado, this sandwich belongs in the Homemade Breakfast Hall of Fame!
Yield: 2 servings Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Making one of my recipes? Please let me know by sharing a photo on my Facebook page, or uploading to Instagram or Twitter with the tag #foxeslovelemons. It would make my day!
Avocado & Sausage Egg Muffins
Yield: 2 servings
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Making one of my recipes? Please let me know by sharing a photo on my Facebook page, or uploading to Instagram or Twitter with the tag #foxeslovelemons. It would make my day!
Disclaimer: California Avocados provided me with a case of avocados for recipe development. I was not compensated for writing this post, and all opinions are 100% my own.