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Make Ahead Freezer Friendly Breakfast Sandwiches

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Welcome to the holy grail of breakfast meal prep! These Make Ahead Freezer Friendly Breakfast Sandwiches just happen to be super delicious, easy to prep, and they will save you so much time on busy mornings when your kid is asking you where everything is and you’ve lost your keys 15 times. You’re going to love having these ready to go in the fridge and/or freezer.

make ahead freezer friendly breakfast sandwiches

I’ve been making these freezer friendly breakfast sandwiches for quite a few years now, I love having them as a super easy and healthy (if you play your cards right) breakfast option. The best thing about these sandwiches is that they are completely customizable, I’ve done center cut bacon, turkey bacon, deli smoked ham, Canadian bacon, turkey, pork, or chicken sausage patties, or just egg & cheese! Just remember, depending on the sandwich filings you use the WW points and calories could be more or less!

make ahead freezer friendly breakfast sandwiches

Back when I shared this recipe for make ahead freezer friendly breakfast sandwiches originally about 5 years ago. Eric and I had been so busy that we had gotten into the habit of grabbing breakfast sandwiches in the drive thru. I was known for an Egg White Delight or a Subway Egg & Ham Flat Bread and Eric usually got sausage, egg and cheese anywhere that had it. These days a much more budget friendly and healthy option is my top priority!

I decided to do the math and see how much money we saved by not grabbing breakfast at Mcdonalds, Subway, Dunkin Donuts, Etc. to make 12 sandwiches It’s about $20.00! How many sandwiches can I get for 20 bucks? I think 4ish. Maybe 5, Depending on where you go. I’m calling that a serious win in the budgeting department. Two birds, one stone. Healthy and cheap!

Now I’ll stop talking your ears off and I’ll show you how to make these guys.

How to make Make Ahead Freezer Friendly Breakfast Sandwiches:

eggs being poured into a pan ready to bake

Start off by pouring about 3 cups of egg beaters into a 9×13 sheet pan or casserole dish. Make sure the pan is sprayed super well all over and on the edges with cooking spray. anI’ve done that multiple times Pop the pan into a 350 degree preheated oven for 20-22 minutes. Oven times can vary a bit with this step especially if you use a glass casserole dish. If the middle of the eggs are still jiggly and/or look uncooked. They need more time.

Note: You can totally use whole eggs if you want to, but for some reason. The cartons of either Egg Beaters or Egg Whites work much better and taste much better with this method of baking the eggs. So that’s what I recommend here for this particular recipe.

crispy bacon

Fry up some bacon and set it aside and let it cool. I just love bacon. Don’t you?

baked eggs in pan

After the eggs come out of the oven they will look a little something like this. See how the edges kind of release from the side of the pan? That’s exactly what you want. Cut the eggs into 12 squares.

assembly line of bacon, egg, and cheese sandwiches

Next, after I’ve let all the individual items cool completely. I create an “assembly line” and I start building sandwiches. This recipe makes 12 sandwiches.

IMPORTANT: These items need to completely cool before you make the sandwiches up. You can let them set on the counter for a bit or pop them in the fridge and come back for them later.


Layer your eggs, followed by bacon, and cheese (or whatever toppings you choose). Deli ham is also a very popular choice for these sandwiches and the prep time is even less. Freezes well, reheats well, and is still a lean and healthy protein to add!

make ahead freezer friendly breakfast sandwich

There we go, all done! How delicious do these all look?

breakfast sandwich being wrapped in foil for the freezer

Last, use a small sheet of aluminum foil and wrap up the sandwiches one by one.

Now, Wrap’m all up and then stuff them back into the English muffin bags to keep them organized and compact.

These will stay good for 3 months in the freezer.


Take however many sandwiches you plan to eat over the next 4-5 days out of the freezer. Let them thaw at least 8 hours before making a sandwich. Wrap in a paper towel and microwave for about 50 seconds.

You can also pop’m in the oven, still wrapped in foil, at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes. This will make the english muffin a bit more crispy too!

note: I don’t like them heated straight from the freezer into the microwave. They just don’t heat thoroughly and I find myself having to disable the entire sandwich and heat some parts separately.

stacked breakfast sandwiches

I hope these sandwiches make those busy mornings a little more bearable and a lot more delicious for y’all cause they sure help us out over here!


This post was originally posted on the skinnyish dish on 08/08/2016, but I’ve updated the photos and post a bit to make a better reader experience on 05/21/2022.

assembly line of bacon, egg, and cheese sandwiches
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Make Ahead Freezer Friendly Breakfast Sandwiches

Holy grail of busy mornings! Make Ahead Freezer Friendly Breakfast Sandwiches are the perfect on-the-go breakfast sandwich that's totally customizable.
Prep Time1 hour
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Keyword: breakfast sandwiches, freezer friendly, meal prep
Yield: 12
Author: Star @ the skinny-ish dish


  • 12 english muffins i use Thomas light English muffins or lewis bake shop
  • 6 slices American Cheese made with 2% milk cut in half
  • 12 Slices Center Cut Bacon ham, canadian bacon, or turkey bacon works well too!
  • 3 cups Liquid Egg Substitute or Liquid Egg Whites
  • Cooking Spray coconut oil or avocado oil spray


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 9×13 cooking sheet (with sides) or a casserole dish well with cooking spray. Be sure to get the sides and corners real good!
  • Pour 3 cups of the egg substitute or egg whites into the pan (or dish).
  • Place in preheated oven for 20-22 minutes, uncovered. Time can vary just a bit with different ovens/using a pan or a glass dish. Be sure the eggs are cooked, not "jiggly" on top or in the middle.
  • While the eggs are cooking, if using, prepare bacon and set aside to cool.
    *you can use deli ham, Canadian bacon, and turkey bacon here too. I do find that kind of "crisping these up" in a skillet is more flavorful then just adding to the sandwich straight out of the package. Either way, let them cool.
  • Separate your english muffins. Don't toss the english muffin bags.
    Some people like to toast the English muffins before making sandwiches, but make sure they are cool. I find it much faster to lay out the English muffins on a sheet pan and let them toast pat about 400 for 6-8 minutes. I don't find it to make that much of a difference, but some do!
  • When your eggs are done, cut into 12 squares and transfer to a plate to cool faster.
  • The eggs & bacon need to be completely cool or at least room temperature before assembling the sandwiches. Let sit for about 20-25 minutes or pop into refrigerator for about 10-15 minutes.
  • Form an assembly line and build sandwiches. First the egg, then the bacon, followed by the 1/2 slice of cheese, and top with the other half of the english muffin.
  • Lay out twelve squares of foil and start wrapping the sandwiches up.
  • Place 6 sandwiches each back into the english muffin bag and tie and repeat with other bag if using.
  • Freeze for up 3 months. Before heating, Let the sandwiches thaw over night.
  • REHEAT INSTRUCTIONS: Microwave for about 50 seconds or pop them in a preheated 350 degree oven for about 15 minutes.
  • Enjoy!


Serving Size: 1 Sandwich
Weight Watchers Points: 4 Points
210 Calories.
6g fat, 2.5g saturated fat,  27g carbohydrates, 8g fiber, 16g protein, 2g sugar, 18g protein 
If using different ingredients before to double check nutritional info and points if you need to.

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  1. I wonder if I can use toast? Would I do that after freezing the meat, cheese and egg, or with?

    1. Toast usually isn’t as sturdy an English muffin, but it should work. I would definitely use a sturdy bread. Let me know how it goes if you give it a try!

  2. 5 stars
    Go to for meal prep! Have made these several times and used different types of meat/cheeses/breads to figure out what tastes the best. My next batch I am testing out using Sargento thin cheese instead of the Kraft singles so I am excited to see how that works. Prefer the oven heating method, they get nice and crispy and taste like I just made them.

  3. 5 stars
    I love the fact that you can make lots of breakfasts at once with these. They are so yummy and feel like a treat on weekdays. We’ve tried them with bacon, sausage, ham, and Canadian bacon.

    1. I’m planning to do maybe 3 dozens of these maybe prepare it the night before and put in the refrigerator. I would like to know if I can leave it in the oven warming at 200 degrees Fahrenheit for an hour. Would it get to crispy perhaps? Thank you!

      1. Hey Mitch! Do you mean the whole sandwich or a part of the sandwich? I honestly think that for an hour if you’re doing the whole sandwich it might get a bit dry/too crunchy.

  4. 5 stars
    These are great. We are weird and don’t like cheese on our breakfast sandwiches, so i just leave the cheese off. They reheat perfectly and make our mornings so much easier to just grab and go. Warm breakfast sandwiches have especially hit the spot the last few weeks where it has been so cold.

    IG: joannalcoulter

  5. 5 stars
    These are my favorite. I always eat one after I make the batch but really they are even better defrosted out of the freezer. I don’t know how. Definitely an new staple in my house.

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