Scramble eggs and add in seasoning of your choice. I added a splash of milk, dried parsley, onion powder and salt and pepper.
Pour into an aluminum foil lined baking pan. Easy clean up that way. I split mine into two pans. Bake for about 10-15 minutes, checking periodically.
Don't spread the eggs too thin or they will puff up and you'll need to poke them with a toothpick to deflate. It's not a big deal, but monitor them.
Let cool slightly and use a mason jar lid (or anything round and roughly the same size as muffin to cut into circles out of ham, cheese and egg so you have a uniform stack to place on your english muffin. I recommend tackling the eggs first so you know how many sandwiches you can make before cutting into the ham or cheese.
You’ll have leftovers after cutting into circles – don’t throw them away! I froze my leftovers to use in breakfast burritos.
Repeat the mason jar lid trick with the ham and cheese to have a uniform stack to put on the english muffin.
Slice the english muffins in half and stack your egg, ham and cheese disks together. Place them on your sliced english muffins. At this point, add any sauces or condiments of choice. I added a bit of mayo and ketchup. Ranch is also a great option!
Now all that’s left is wrapping them in plastic wrap or foil and placing in a freezer bag. I store ours in freezer safe Ziploc bags and they sit in the freezer door. It is super easy to grab and go!
To reheat, microwave for about 90 seconds, flipping halfway through. Let cool for about one minute.
Savorandsavvy.com used to be Frugalitygal.com. All photos are owned by this site. Use a biscuit cutter to cut the meal, cheese and eggs instead of a mason jar lid if you have one. I'm frugal and used what I had at the moment. Substitute meats, cheese and bread type for your own liking and variety. These keep in the refrigerator for up to 3-4 days. Freeze these for 3-4 months as long as they are wrapped really well. Consider wrapping in Saran or Press n Seal and then storing them in a freezer friendly Ziploc Bag for extra protection against freezer burn.