Protein Waffle Egg and Bacon Breakfast Sandwich
Servings: 8 sandwiches
Prep time: 5 minutes
Total time: 20 minutes
For the waffle mix:
- 2 cups Krusteaz Protein Buttermilk Pancake Mix
- 1 cup water
- 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
- 1 whole egg
For the sandwiches:
- 8 whole eggs
- 8 strips cooked bacon
- 2 tablespoon butter
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
- Preheat waffle iron to 375°F. Mix in pancake mix, water, oil and egg with a whisk until slightly lump. Let sit for about 2 minutes.
- Add about 1/3 cup of batter onto waffle iron, cooking until golden brown; about 2-4 minutes per waffle. Let cool on a cooling rack. Or until stops steaming.
- Heat a large pan over medium heat with butter on the stove.
- Crack eggs into a large bowl. Whisk in salt and pepper until creamy and yellow.
- Pour egg mixture over pan. Once the egg bubbles, use a spatula to pull egg back and tilt the pan to let leftover uncooked egg touches to pan. Let cook for another minute then flip.
- After about 1 minute take the pan off the heat and let cool. Heat up cooked bacon in the microwave or the pan.
- Take one waffle, and cut in half. Top with egg, bacon and cheese, and let it melt. Cover with the other half of the waffle, then cut in half, making 2 sandwiches.
- Repeat until all sandwiches are made. Enjoy!
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Dad With A Pan, written by Derek Campanile, is a food blog that encourages families to cook together and to spend more time at the table enjoying meals together. Derek’s blog posts consist of easy recipes, ways to spend quality time together in the kitchen, how to get children interested in cooking, and other cooking tips and tricks. Derek is an IT Professional by day, and a home cook for the family by night. He loves cooking for others and always seeks opportunities where we can create a meal that can be enjoyed by anyone. The best compliment to him is seeing a clean plate. It’s been a long-time personal goal of Derek’s to share his recipes with others, and since becoming a father, he has pushed himself to build a blog to help dads and families to cook more at home. You can check out his blog at www.dadwithapan.com, and follow him on Instagram at @dadwithapan.
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