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Freezer Breakfast Sandwiches Recipe

Freezer Meal Breakfast Sandwiches

Breakfast seems to be a chaotic time in every household, especially on weekdays. It seems we are always late and running out the door. I wanted to make something that my husband could grab on his way out the door or bring to work and eat. These freezer meal breakfast sandwiches are sooooo good and my husband claims they are better than any breakfast sandwiches he’s eaten from the freezer before! That means that I’ve outdone the big companies with their processed, frozen breakfast sandwiches here and made them better and better for you. I like knowing what ingredients are in my food and the lack of artificial everything in my food is always a good thing! These are really easy to whip up a bunch of and freeze so you have them all month long! Just microwave to eat and they are tasty!

Freezer Meal Breakfast Sandwiches Recipe

Sarah @ Must Have Mom
Great breakfast sandwiches that you can make ahead and freeze.
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 2 minutes
Total Time 17 minutes
Course Breakfast


  • English Muffins or Bagels
  • Cheese - Any Kind of Slices I used American
  • Ham Sausage, Canadian Bacon - to your liking
  • Eggs
  • Milk


  • First you are going to make your eggs. Beat them in a bowl with a little bit of milk to make scrambled eggs. Pour into a hot pan on medium heat. Use a large, flat pan. Unlike when you usually make scrambled eggs, DO NOT stir them up. Let cook until cooked halfway through and then flip over, cutting in square portions to make it more manageable. Let cook until cooked through. This makes flat eggs that are easy for sandwich making.
  • Toast the bread lightly.
  • Top each bottom bread piece with cheese. Fold your cheese in quarters to make a square in the center of the bread. This way when you reheat the sandwich the cheese won't ooze out the sides as much.
  • Top with meat - If using frozen sausage patties then place them on the sandwich frozen, do not heat them.
  • Top with eggs and remaining half of bread.
  • Wrap in a paper towl - I use Viva because they work the best when reheating later.
  • Place in a gallon zip top bag and freeze - be sure to squeeze out all the air from the bag.
  • To Eat: Remove sandwich from bag, leaving the paper towel on. Loosen the paper towel and microwave 1-2 minutes until hot.

You can make any variety of freezer breakfast sandwiches with these instructions. Choose your filling and your bread. I did both bagels and english muffins.

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  1. This sounds really filling, and good to eat on the go. Having some of these in the freezer would make those hectic mornings easier.

  2. Wow, never thought to freeze a sandwich… great Idea. I just had an electric plug installed today for a freezer. Now I need to pick one out and wait for a sale. Any recommendations for an up-right freezer that does not have the “defrost” option?

    1. I actually just bought a chest freezer from Lowes. I went with the chest versus the upright because I wanted more space. The upright is nice for being able to keep it organized though with all the shelves in it! We’ve had great luck with Frigidaire chest freezers. I have a smaller chest freezer that is also Frigidaire and has been going strong since I bought it 7 years ago.

  3. usually freezer sandwiches are pretty gross- this one looks actually yummy since i can’t cook gonna try it out!

  4. These are great for breakfast!!!! my hubby makes some of these from scratch, but kinda takes a long time. Rather buy these instead for a to go meal

  5. We don’t have a microwave. How well do they come out of the toaster oven? Maybe I should start some experiment time….

  6. What a great idea. Been doing this the last two weeks. I am in school and work full time..let’s just same by culinary skills have not been utilzied regularly lately. My teenagers used to waste $$$ at the bagel store on a BEC, now I make it fresh. I have even bought the Special K frozen sandwiches at $5 for 4….now my boys have a home cooked meal on the way to school at 645am for less $$$. Today I jacked it up and made bacon, egg, cheese and hasbrowns on an english muffin. Yummo! Thank you!

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