Gluten Free Breakfast Sandwich
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Gluten Free Breakfast Sandwich

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Gluten Free

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Milk Allergy

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Peanut Free

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Soy Free

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Tree Nut Free

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Wheat Free

 
Description

Shouldn't skip breakfast - it's the most important meal of the day. For those mornings when you need to grab and go, you can whip up this gluten free scrambled egg sandwich in no time and head out the door. Make it lower in fat by using ingredients like egg whites and low fat cheese as an option. Ham, bacon or sausage is an option with this as well. This recipe is so versatile, you can practically do anything with a sandwich.

Makes 1

Prep time: 2-3 minutes

Total cooking time: 10 minutes

  • Ingredients

    2 slices Udi's Sandwich bread

    1 thin slice of cheddar, american or preferred cheese

    1-2 eggs, scrambled

    1-2 slices bacon, ham, canadian bacon, or sausage

    salt & pepper (to taste)

    butter or non-stick spray (grapeseed oil spray is my choice)

  • Methods / Steps
    Coat bread with butter or grapseed oil spray (Spectrum brand) on one side of each slice of bread and place in skillet to grill. In separate pan, scramble eggs and place shredded or sliced cheese on top so that it gets "melty." After cooking bacon, place on bread, layer eggs and cheese and top with the other slice of bread. Serve immediately or wrap in paper towel and store in a ziploc bag to be easily reheated the next day or two.

    *I use a medium sized skillet and allow the scrambled eggs to be cooked more like an omelet so I can layer and fold it easily for a sandwich