Pepper Jack Breakfast Sandwiches

Monday, August 27, 2012

Yesterday at Wal-Mart, my husband's keen eye spotted new Special K breakfast sandwiches in the freezer aisle, and they are made with sandwich thins, and various fillings. I grabbed the box of ham, pepper jack and egg sandwichs, and then noticed it was about $5 for 4 sandwiches. I put them back, head hung low. My husband suggested I recreate them. Duh!

This morning I googled for all I was worth to find nutrition info and a picture of them, and I can't find any info on them. It's like they were a figment of my imagination. But they sure made a great inspiration for my breakfast!

Pepper Jack Breakfast Sandwich Thins

One package of sandwich thins (8 total)
8 slices of Oscar Mayer Baked Cooked Ham
8 slices Pepper Jack cheese
8 eggs


Lightly spray a non-stick pan with non-stick cooking spray. Gently fry your eggs, breaking the yolks, and cooking them until done. Assemble sandwiches, let cool, wrap in paper towels and package in a large bag or container. Microwave for 45 seconds to reheat throughout the week.

Serving Size: Makes 8 serving
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    I saw the same sandwiches at Wal-Mart and purchased them to replace my usual "Jimmy Dean" (Canadian bacon) breakfast sandwich. They were a dollar cheaper and 30 calories more than the sandwiches I usually get but I wanted to give them a try.
    I too looked for more information on these sandwiches on Google and that's how I came upon this page. I do know that they came in three flavors; egg with pepper jack, Canadian bacon and pepper jack, and sausage with cheese.
    I got the sausage with cheese because I'm not a fan of pepper jack but I do love how you've made you own breakfast sandwiches at a fraction of the cost, it's inspiring. emoticon
    3149 days ago
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    Thanks for the idea!! I will have to try those :)
    3173 days ago
    Great idea
    3173 days ago
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