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These breakfast sandwiches are a great way to jump start the morning. They are super easy to make and fun to serve. They can be made ahead and frozen or refrigerated. Breakfast Sliders all slathered in melted mustard butter, packed with gooey melted cheese sandwiched between a toasty roll is irresistible! They can easily be package for an on the go breakfast too! This recipe for sausage, egg, and cheese breakfast sliders is so simple to make, but the syrup glaze makes them over the top delicious. Anyone who loves the sweet and salty combo will adore this breakfast! We all really love breakfast sandwiches and often even make them for a weeknight dinner or lunch after church on Sunday. These aren’t just any breakfast sandwich though, these are the perfect combination of sweet and salty and takes you right to the edge of pure breakfast bliss.
The best part is that as amazing as they taste, they are made with only 6 simple ingredients that you can pick up at Sam’s, COSTCO or Walmart and assemble just as quickly.
Click on each item below to link to the recipe and everything you need to turn out a fabulous meal. See below for your Game Plan – it will help you make sure everything goes smoothly.
Your Game Plan
Simply assign a recipe or activity in each column to your volunteers and provide them a link to this page. I generally get 4-5 volunteers for each recipe and have each volunteer make 1 or 2 batches. Many hands make light work. You’ll notice there’s nothing planned for the last hour before serving except setting out the ice. There’s a reason for that. Always work in advance.
|English muffins with Canadian Bacon Sandwiches||Ham, Egg & Cheese Muffins||Mixed Fruit||Milk||Serving Line|
|Up to 1 Month |
|Can be made up to 1 month in advance, wrapped well and frozen.||Can be made up to 1 month in advance, wrapped well and frozen|
|Up to 1 Week in Advance|
|Up to 2 Days in Advance||If frozen, thaw in refrigerator. Or make up to 2 days before, cover tightly, and refrigerate.||If frozen, thaw in refrigerator. Or make up to 2 days before, cover tightly, and refrigerate.|
|Up to 1 Day Before|
|4 - 6 Hours |
|Prep Fruit, plate, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate.|
|2 Hours Before Servings||Set out drinks at drink station.||Set up serving line with utensils for serving fruit.|
|1 Hour Before Serving|
|15 Minutes Before||Set out food on serving line.|
English Muffins with Canadian Bacon, scrambled eggs & cheese
Ham, Egg & Cheese Muffins
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