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Bacon and Egg Uncrustables


Homemade peanut butter and jelly Uncrustables have become a staple in my kids’ lunchtime menu, so I thought, why not take it a step farther and make some breakfast-filled pockets as well? These egg-filled sandwiches are great for a busy morning, or breakfast on-the-go.

Bacon and Egg Uncrustables


Pam @ onceamonthmeals.com


  • 1 loaf soft sandwich bread (white or wheat)
  • 12 eggs
  • 1 cup cooked and crumbled bacon
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • Sandwich Sealer


Scramble eggs, cooked bacon, salt and pepper in a large skillet. Allow to cool, slightly. Spoon 1/4 cup egg filling onto a piece of bread. Top with a second piece of bread and use sandwich sealer to seal bread together and remove crust. Place in a toaster oven or broiler and toast until bread is golden brown. Serve.

Freezing Directions:

Prepare sandwiches as above but do not toast. Wrap each sandwich in foil and place in a freezer bag (or use empty bread bag). To serve: thaw in fridge. Place in toaster oven or broiler and toast until bread is golden brown and filling is hot. Serve.

Servings: approximately 8 sandwiches


**conversion chart image provided by Erik Spiekermann

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21 Responses to “Bacon and Egg Uncrustables”

  1. Kristal says:

    Thanks for the new filling idea! I recently started making my own PB&Js to keep in the freezer for quick lunches. I experimented and found I can use one of my larger cookie cutters backwards to seal the sandwiches:)

  2. Julie says:

    This is neat. I think the directions need a little editing.

  3. Nicole says:

    Now that I have seen this idea, I have plenty floating around in my head. You could do many different things. My family loves bacon, but to cut down on calories/fat, you could do ham. What about doing tuna melts like this? Oh, loving this!!!

  4. Tiffany says:

    I wonder if this would work well with a bit of cheddar cheese sprinkled over cooled bacon and egg mixture. May have to give that a try!

  5. Erin says:

    I’m your newest fan. Thanks for the great idea. I will be making some of these!

  6. brooke says:

    I’ve seen the sandwich sealers at Walmart in the peanutbutter isle….one of those little things that hangs off a shelf as an extra thing…it was just a couple bucks,so now I think I need to go get one!

  7. Jessica says:

    A great use for the left over crusts so that they don’t go to waste is to create either plain or seasoned bread crumbs out of them or croutons for salads. :)

  8. Emily says:

    Do you leave the sandwich in the foil to thaw? Do you uncover it to toast?

  9. Claire says:

    About how long do you generally toast the ones that have been thawed? I kind of need a starting point.

  10. kari says:

    The bread does not get all moist? Did not know you could freeze bread. My son just loves pb sandwich.

    • Tricia says:

      You can buy these in the freezer section of your grocers freezer. If they can do it, you can do it. :)

    • Erin says:

      You can absolutely freeze bread with no problem. You can freeze entire loaves if you have too much (or the grocery store has a good sale) and then just take it out when you need it. After it thaws, you can’t even tell it was ever frozen.

  11. Karen says:

    How long would these be good for in the freezer?

  12. Theresa says:

    I made these for breakfast this morning. The whole family loved them! Thanks for the idea.

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