“Saturday Madness” involves kid’s games, tournaments, house cleaning, grocery shopping, running errands, …what?
Regardless of how hectic it gets remember, the most important meal of the day is breakfast, for you and the whole family. Therefore, don’t skip it for McDonalds. Make your sandwiches for the road and bring real 100% juices to wash them down. You can make them the night before, keep them in the fridge overnight, grab them in the morning and hit the road.
Approximate Prep and Cooking Time: 15 to 20 Minutes
Approximate Cost: $9.34 or $1.17 per sandwich
Difficulty Level: X Easy ____ Intermediate ____ Advanced
1 bag of Hawaiian or Breakfast Sweet rolls ($2.51)
10 slices of Cheddar cheese ($2.25)
10 slices of Ham ($2.48)
10 eggs ($1.60)
½ cup Carnation evaporated milk (.50)
Salt and pepper to taste
Butter for the rolls (optional)
(You can also add chopped tomatoes, onion, anything you want)
Detach the bread and place in a foil tray. Add butter lightly if you wish. (I did not)
Add slices of ham and cheese to each roll. Set aside.
Whisk eggs, milk, salt and pepper to taste until all blends.
In a non-stick skillet, add one ladle of the egg mixture at a time to make your mini omelet’s, fold and place inside the ham and cheese rolls.
Let them all cool completely, then cover with foil paper and refrigerate until the next morning. DONE!
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