Healthy Homemade Frozen Breakfast Sandwiches

Meal Prep, Frozen Sandwiches

Breakfast has to be the simplest meal of the day for me. I am sure that is common for most as the mornings can be a challenge to get everything done and to work on time. So my husband and I made these breakfast sandwiches for the week and froze them. I was super skeptical about this at first. I am not sure about freezing meals ahead of time. However, it turned out way better than I expected and it was very easy to make.



  • 10-15 Turkey Sausage Patties. You can use any meat you would prefer here.
  • 10 English Muffins, we used Thomas’s light.
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • 10 Eggs
  • Cheese of your choice: Optional


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.Homemade breakfast sandwiches
  2. Using large muffin tins break 1 egg into each slot.
  3. Bake for 15 minutes.
  4. While baking toast Your English muffins or choice of bread.
  5. Slice cheese of your choice, we used cheddar and a spicy habenero tequila cheese.
  6. We used precooked turkey sausage patties so there was no work here.
  7. Wait till everything is cold and stack your sandwiches. My husband did do a sausage patty and a half for his sandwiches while I only used one.
  8. Wrap each sandwich individually, we are freezing them but they can be refrigerated for up to about 4 or 5 days.
  9. Then heat in the microwave when you are ready to eat. It took about 2-3 minutes in our microwave.

Tip: Cutting down the center about half way through helps create a more even cook.


This is a great dish to make and is pretty flexible you can add your choice of cheese, bread, meat, or egg style. You can even switch it up so every day is a little different if you have the ingredients. Comment below if you have any variations you have tried!


Meal Prep, Homemade Frozen Breakfast Sandwiches



  1. Marjie Mare

    This looks pretty and healthy. Nothing makes my morning brighter than a healthy and delicious breakfast. Will give it a try.

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