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Egg and Pepper Sandwiches

Has the excitement of going back to school worn off? These wholesome sandwiches are easy to throw together on a busy morning and they will keep you and your kiddos full until lunch time and thinking clearly. I guarantee they will save you time, money, and more importantly your healthy and sanity!

Egg and Pepper Sandwiches


Kim @


Note: You can buy high quality English muffins or try making your own.


Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 12 cup muffin pan well with coconut oil. Divide diced peppers among muffin pan cups (about 1 heaping Tablespoon per cup). Also divide bacon among muffin pan cups (about 1 even Tablespoon per cup). Crack one egg into each muffin pan cup and season with salt and pepper to taste. Bake eggs 15-17 minutes or until set. Proceed to freezer directions or toast English muffins and top with cheese while still hot to melt. Top with baked eggs and serve.

Freezing Directions:

Cook as directed above. Cool baked eggs. Divide among freezer bags, label, and lay flat to freeze. TO SERVE: Toast English muffins and top with cheese while still hot to melt. Meanwhile, reheat eggs, place on toasted muffin and serve.

Servings: 12 sandwiches


**conversion chart image provided by Erik Spiekermann

7 Responses to “Egg and Pepper Sandwiches”

  1. Bonnie says:

    LOVE this!
    What is the best way to thaw/reheat the eggs?

  2. Danell says:

    These will for sure be a hit at our house! Wondering if you have tried freezing the sandwiches already assembled? Thanks!

    • kim says:

      You could assemble the sandwiches, but I like to leave them separate so I can toast the English muffin and cheese. It is up to you!

  3. Dancerlindzi says:

    Did you make yours in silicone cups? I just made a half a recipe and mine tops bubbled. Any ideas of what I did wrong?

    • kim says:

      Yes, I did mine in silicone and they also bubbled. I don’t think you did anything wrong, but next time just check half way through cooking and pop the bubbles with a toothpick or fork. Mine were still yummy with the bubble, just not as pretty.

  4. Tzippora Steele says:

    So amazingly good! I pre-assembled them so I can grab and go in the mornings :)

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