Freezer Breakfast Sandwich

I've gone all in with Weight Watchers. Too many times have I found myself "cheating" on my food and exercise plans in the past and I have promised myself I wasn't going to do that this time. I am taking it super serious while still having fun. Meaning that I enjoy my food each day, but I make sure to track everything, including pieces of chocolate from my daughter's Easter basket. (though that actually hasn't happened much.) So finding meals, like this breakfast sandwich, are important to me so I can eat something filling, but also good for me.

I'm not a breakfast eater, but I know that eating breakfast is important and I have really made an effort to make sure I am fueling my body all throughout the day. And these breakfast sandwiches were really easy to make up and get into the freezer.

I started with these muffins, turkey bacon, and eggs.

I have never actually cooked eggs this way, but I found this breakfast sandwich recipe from the Skinnyish Dish and this is how she cooked them so I gave it a try. It was pretty impressive. But make sure you spray the pan with non-stick cooking spray because it could end up in a huge mess! Cook on 350° for 13 minutes.

Afterwards, I cut it into squares the size of my muffin.

Then it was just quick assembly. Cut the muffins in half, added a piece of egg, one piece of turkey bacon that I cut in half and some sliced cheese. When I made these I used a block cheese that I had on hand and accounted for the points, but there are definitely better cheeses to use! My favorite pre-sliced cheese is Sargento ultra thin sliced Colby-Jack. 1 slice= 2 points and it is totally worth it to me.

These breakfast sandwiches are delicious. And I love that I am able to grab one out of the freezer and have breakfast in 90 seconds. And they are worth all 6 points!
Muffin= 3
1 slice turkey bacon = 1
sliced cheese = 2
egg = 0

Then I wrapped them in foil and put right back into the muffin bag and tossed them into the freezer!

What is your go-to breakfast sandwich?


  1. The link for the eggs is no longer available. How many eggs did you use?

  2. Do you heat them in the microwave? Do you do any toasting when you make them?

  3. I do heat them in the microwave for 90 seconds. I do not toast them but you certainly could!


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