Toasty Egg Sandwiches

Toasty Egg Sandwiches

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"'When I'm running late, these sandwiches make dinner easy and tasty for everyone,' relates Denise Helms of Glenview, Illinois. 'Both my son and daughter often request them. I like to serve fruit and chips alongside,' she notes."
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10 m servings
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  1. In a small skillet, heat 1 tablespoon butter until melted. Break each egg into skillet; reduce heat to low. Cook until white is completely set and yolk begins to thicken but is not hard.
  2. Meanwhile, toast bread. Spread remaining butter over one side of each slice of bread. Spread mayonnaise over buttered side of two bread slices; top with cheese slices, eggs and remaining bread.

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I make these a lot, on busy mornings. To keep from a huge mess, I use a biscuit cutter in my frying pan to cook the egg in, so it's uniform in shape and fits the bread. I make mine with whole wh...

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This was pretty good. I used "Veggie Shreds" for the cheese, and omitted the butter to suit my dietary needs. It was an easy, quick dinner, perfect since I was not in the mood to really cook.

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I make these a lot, on busy mornings. To keep from a huge mess, I use a biscuit cutter in my frying pan to cook the egg in, so it's uniform in shape and fits the bread. I make mine with whole wh...

These are a staple in our house and are great for on the go. I made one this morning for my husband to take to work. We don't put the mayo on and use whatever cheese we have in the house. I a...

very yummy. my husband really liked this recipe.

Pretty yummy, definitely great with a runny yolk as MOLLE888 said. The mayo gives it a creaminess but I love a miture of ketchup/frank's red hot sauce for my breakfast egg sandwiches so I may d...

This is probably one of my earliest memory, comfort food sandwiches. At my house, we used Miracle Whip, but other than that, this is pretty much the ONLY way my mommy could get me to ingest Amer...

This was pretty good. I used "Veggie Shreds" for the cheese, and omitted the butter to suit my dietary needs. It was an easy, quick dinner, perfect since I was not in the mood to really cook.

I make these quite often. I use light bread, smart balance and 2% cheese to cut down on the calories. Quick and easy for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

We make these often. But when in a real hurry and to make it even quicker we will crack the egg into a microwave safe bowl salt/pepper and microwave it for 45 seconds. Then the longest part is...

Just an egg sandwich. Good no matter what.

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