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The Ultimate Breakfast Sandwich

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Gooooood mooooorning! Today I bring you one and only one very important message:

This breakfast sandwich is life.

Over-the-top, super-indulgently, must-make, weekend brunch LIFE. Sleep in, wake up, pull on sweatshirt, assemble bed head top knot, grab coffee, make sandwich.

In This Post: Everything You Need To Know

Let’s go!

soft scrambled eggs on a plate with a fork

What Ingredients Are In This Breakfast Sandwich

Breakfast sandwich includes but not limited to:

I extend all my breakfast sandwich love to any variations of this creation. English muffins. Pepperjack Cheese. Gouda cheese. Roasted red peppers. Magic Green Sauce. Fried eggs with a runny yolk.

How To Make Eggs For a Breakfast Sandwich

👆🏼 The essential is obviously the soft scramble, which we talked about at length earlier this week. This is no McD’s breakfast sandwich (although, to be fair, I have been known to eat and love a Sausage Biscuit with Egg in moments of weakness). But no, there are no perfectly formed egg disk here.

We’re talking about super creamy, gently cooked, soft scrambled eggs. Life changing.

If scrambled eggs aren’t your thing, you have options. You could make eggs on a sheet pan for a crowd. Cook your eggs fried or sunny side up. Poach it. Your choice!

tomato sauce in a jar with a spoon

Breakfast Sandwich: Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use a different kind of bread for this sandwich?

I mean, you could… but also a buttery toasted croissant here is just TOO GOOD. An English muffin would work great here in a pinch as well.

What other sauces could I use?

Magic Green Sauce would also be a REAL WIN here. Salsa. Your favorite hot sauce. Whatever you like to top on your eggs.

What could I serve this with for brunch?

A delicious simple arugula or mixed greens salad with vinaigrette would be great here. Also: fruit, juice and/or mimosas, pastries of some kind, and (obviously) lots of coffee.

How could I make this vegetarian?

Just omit the bacon! Maybe even replace with roasted mushrooms!? Yum.

Could I freeze this breakfast sandwich?

This is more of a fresh, slow weekend morning kind of breakfast sandwich. If you’re looking for something to prep ahead and freeze, take a look at our Meal Prep Breakfast Sandwiches with some easy sheet pan eggs.

The Ultimate Breakfast Sandwich on a plate

In the last month: I’ve made these for myself, then our team, then for our friend Joe when he stayed with us for a few days, and again during the week to make life a little more manageable. Overkill and I care zero percent. ♡

It is just THE ULTIMATE breakfast sandwich.

Go pick up some croissants.

The Ultimate Breakfast Sandwich on a plate

Crushing hard on that weekend lyfe.

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Breakfast Sandwich on plate.

The Ultimate Breakfast Sandwich


  • Author: Lindsay
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 4 sandwiches 1x

Description

The Ultimate Breakfast Sandwich with eggs, bacon, guacamole, chunky tomato sauce, pepper jack cheese, all on a toasted croissant. Kinda spicy. Kinda buttery. Kinda crunchy. Totally over the top.


Ingredients

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Instructions

  1. Toast your croissants for a few minutes in a 350 degree oven, cut side down on a cooking sheet. You can also do this in the toaster if your croissants fit in there.
  2. When croissants are toasted and all other ingredients are out and ready, cook up your eggs. SOFT SCRAMBLED, remember?
  3. Assemble sandwiches immediately, while eggs are at their best – a layer of tomato sauce, eggs, cheese, bacon, and guac on top. Holy wow.
  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Cook Time: 10 mins
  • Category: Breakfast
  • Cuisine: American

Keywords: breakfast sandwich, egg and bacon breakfast sandwich, easy breakfast sandwich

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Other Favorite Breakfast Sandwich Recipes

Meal Prep Breakfast Sandwiches (sheet pan eggs – yes, SHEET PAN)

The Best Avocado Egg Salad (our favorite spin on a retro classic)

Breakfast Crunchwrap (skip the drive-thru and make this happen)

Simple Poached Egg and Avocado Toast (simple, fresh, delicious)


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  1. Pinch of Yum Logo

    If it’s wrong to have this sandwich for breakfast, lunch, AND dinner, then I don’t ever want to be right. Looks AMAZING!

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    Harriet

    My boyfriend and I make a version of these using bagels – we like to call them BABEs (bagels, avo, bacon and eggs)!

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      Diane

      This recipe sounds great. Where can I get the recipe for the garlic butter tomato sauce?

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    Lindsay

    Oh. My. God. This was amazing. I saw it this afternoon and was like yes this is Friday night dinner! My fiance and I inhaled! The tomatoe sauce and guac is an amazing flavor combination on the butter croissant.






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    Isabel

    Hi Lindsay! I’m a current Senior at Vanderbilt University and I’m working on a project to improve peanut butter jars. I have enjoyed reading your blog and share your love for peanut butter! I always have a hard time scooping out all of the peanut butter and we wanted to see if people like you would be interested in this type of jar. Do you ever find it difficult to scoop out peanut butter from the bottom of the jar? Would you potentially be interested in a jar with a lever (think of a push pop) that lets you scoop out all its contents?

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      Steve

      YES!! or a lid on both ends!! I have thought about this extensively. I hope you do it and I wish you luck!

  5. Pinch of Yum Logo

    Hello Lindsay!

    I have been following your food blog for a little while; your lentil curry recipe is among my favorites.

    This said, may I suggest you drop the words, “Epic” and “Ultimate” from your recipe titles? Firstly, both terms are terribly over- and improperly used to the point of meaningless. Secondly, if I ate this “Ultimate” Breakfast Sandwich as prepared, I would end up hospitalized with anaphylactic shock from the scrambled eggs, to which I am allergic. That might be “epic,” but not in a good way. And if I alter the recipe to use tofu or paneer or egg substitute scramble, it would no longer be, “ultimate.” 🙂

  6. Pinch of Yum Logo

    I made the tomato garlic sauce the other day, and that alone was life changing. Cannot wait to slathered it on a breakfast sammy!

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    Kitty

    Holy Moley Lindsay! I want to make (and eat) a gazillion of these breakfast sandwiches…right now! Yep, we eat with our eyes and with the words we read that describe luscious food!

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      Kitty

      I would consider this an Ultimate(or Epic) sandwich because it has marvey ingredients that both Eddie and I love! YESSSSSSSS!

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    Jim

    On the menu for tomorrow. Thanks for posting the recipe.
    Under the caption ” can’t leave anything alone ” have you thought of using Fresh sour dough bread ?

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    Maggie B.

    Thank you for this awesome sandwich recipe! And thank you for being part of my Sunday morning! It’s been one of those wonderful, beautiful, recharging mornings with crisp fall air, golden sunshine and a hint of color in the green leaves outside. Reading your new recipe led to a recipe for eggplant red pepper soup at the bottom of the page that looks great if you were to turn this sandwich into brunch, which led to pumpkin bars with caramel frosting I think, which eventually led to chicken alfredo pizza and learning that you guys taught kids in the Philippines for a year and cute photos of the kids who seem somehow heroic when you describe them. Thank you for enriching my day by sharing yours! But it’s 12:00 now and I must adult at some point today. Hope your week is phenomenally blessed!

  10. Pinch of Yum Logo

    Esse sanduíche realmente parece muito bom, eu comeria no lanche, na verdade ele é quase um almoço. Adorei a receita.






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    DNN

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    It can sometimes be an uphill battle to figure out creative ways to make healthy breakfast meals. The cheapest and painless method of making a healthy breakfast is one could put together a quick tuna salad with light mayonnaise and spicy mustard with sliced celery and tomatoes. Or they could put tomatoes on the side soaked in apple cider vinegar with the mother by Bragg nutrition and slice up some raw garlic too consumed with sliced tomatoes. And if one really wants to get instant with their healthy breakfasts objectives, they could make a bowl of Wheaties cereal with almond milk and call it a day. LOL

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    Jessy

    Dear Lord!!! You always have the best looking food but this has got to be right up there… ironically we’re heading up the north shore this weekend for a little vacation and we’re making croissant sandwiches!

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    DNN

    Hey Lindsay,

    This post reminds me of the good days back in downtown Brooklyn, when Mom would buy me hot Pastrami and cheese sandwiches from the bodega store on Fulton Street ear Flatbush Avenue. A good New York Pastrami sandwich with fresh cut Board Head Pastrami on NY hero bread always satisfied your gut and left you smiling and sleepy afterwards. 🙂

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    Kris

    This was the best breakfast sandwich ever. I used baked prosciutto in place of bacon and wow. Yummy. Thank you for sharing.

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    Paulina

    Didn’t you used to include nutritional information (calories, etc.) with your recipes? Where did they go?

  16. Pinch of Yum Logo

    This is a wonderful sandwich! And the tomato garlic sauce is really a find. I’ll use it in so many ways. All the flavors in this sandwich shine through and go perfectly together. This recipe is definitely a keeper.