Categorized | Breakfast, Eggs, Meal Planning

Tags | Bacon, Breakfast Sandwiches, , , Homemade Pancake Recipe, Sausage

Homemade McGriddles

Posted on 20 September 2012 by noelskitchen

Having breakfast for dinner on a busy weeknight is a family favorite at our house.  If I know our weekly schedule is packed with evening activities or if I’ve had a busy day at work and exhausted, breakfast is always a fast meal choice for us. It’s much healthier than swinging by the pizza place or a drive thru and I can still feed my family a healthy meal. These Homemade McGriddle sandwiches are a favorite and very versatile with ingredients. I always make a few extra and store them in the freezer for a  breakfast on the run because they keep well. Breakfast for dinner is not only delicious but a very frugal meal choice.

Directions:

  • Make your favorite pancake recipe. I use this Homemade Pancake Recipe. (you can make them small or big, it’s your choice.)
  • Cook your favorite turkey or beef sausage patties, or your favorite bacon
  • Scramble or fry your eggs.
  • Assemble pancake, egg, sausage or bacon, add a slice of cheese and top with another pancake.
  • Add a little bit of maple syrup in between. (optional)

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