Make-Ahead Sandwiches for Breakfast On-the-Go

With most kids now back to school (or about to be), you want to make sure they start their days right. And that means a good, nutritious breakfast. But it's hard to squeeze cooking time into your busy mornings. Chef Kate Lulloff from Jones Dairy Farm joins us to prepare make-ahead freezer-friendly sandwiches that are packed with protein and perfect for breakfast on-the-go!

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Make Ahead Breakfast Sausage Sandwiches

Recipe by Kate Lulloff

Description: These easy make-ahead freezer-friendly sandwiches are packed with protein and perfect for breakfast on-the-go.

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 40 minutes

Servings: 12

Gluten Free: No

This recipe is made with: Jones Golden Brown® Chicken Patties

Enjoy these main ingredient substitutions: All Natural Golden Brown® Turkey Sausage Patties, All Natural Golden Brown® Pork Sausage Patties, Ham Slices, Canadian Bacon, Cherrywood Smoked Dry Aged Bacon, Hickory Smoked Dry Aged Bacon


12 large eggs

12 English muffins*, split

12 Jones Dairy Farm Fully All Natural Golden® Brown Sausage Patties

12 slices cheddar cheese

Real Wisconsin Maple Syrup

Kosher salt and fresh ground pepper


Preheat oven to 350˚F. Crack eggs into a lightly greased muffin tin, scramble each slightly, and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Bake eggs for fifteen minutes. While the eggs are baking, cook sausage patties according to package directions.

Prepare English muffins by opening each muffin and laying them on a cutting board or cookie sheet, with the insides of the muffins facing up. Once eggs are cooked, remove eggs from muffin tin with a spatula.

Assemble sandwiches using one egg, one sausage patty, and one slice of cheese per sandwich. Drizzle with maple syrup and place top half of muffin to complete sandwich.

Wrap sandwiches individually in plastic wrap, and store in a gallon-size freezer zip-top bag.

As desired, remove sandwich from plastic wrap and microwave from frozen, 1-2 minutes.

*Substitute English muffins bagels, sandwich thins or mini pancakes. 

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