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Bacon and Egg Uncrustables

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Bacon and Egg Uncrustables

Pam
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8 Servings
5 Ingredients
25 Comments

These Bacon and Egg Uncrustables will leave more time for what matters most from day to day! These pockets are handy, easy to assemble, and kid friendly. Plus they pack the protein you need to leave you satisfied and full of energy!

8 Servings
5 Ingredients
25 Comments

Ingredients

  • 12 individual Egg
  • 1 cup cook and dice Bacon
  • ⅛ teaspoons Salt
  • ⅛ teaspoons Black Pepper
  • 16 individual slice Sandwich Bread, White

Containers

Supplies

  • Foils
  • Labels

Cooking Instructions

Freeze For Later Cooking Day Directions

Stovetop

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Make From Frozen Serving Day Directions

Easy Assembly/Ready to Eat

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Make It Now Cooking Directions

Stove Cook

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25 Comments

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  1. 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. 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!!!

  3. 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!

  4. 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!

  5. 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. 🙂

    1. 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.

    1. I have used my oven just like a toaster oven and vice versa. I have never tried this recipe but you could try it. Let us know if you try it and how it worked!

  6. My Grandmother used to cut biscuits with an empty clean can from green beans, etc. I am going to try to find a can that is about the size of a slice of bread to see if that would work to cut and seal my uncrustabls!

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