I was recently given the opportunity to create a recipe using Kraft Singles and after hours upon hours of brainstorming (seriously...) I came up with these Breakfast Burger Supremes. Even though these sandwiches are not anywhere in my diet plan, I still taste-tasted them and they are SO delicious!
But before I get into the details of the Breakfast Burger Supreme, I must first tell you about my history with Kraft Singles. They used to be my favorite snack as a little tike. I remember taking my Grandma by the hand to the fridge, opening the door and pointing to the top of the door - where she kept her Kraft Singles. Just one piece was all I wanted, and help unwrapping it. :)
Then one day she made me a sandwich that I will never forget and to this day get a craving for. 1 slice Kraft Singles (American) and miracle whip between two slices of white bread. So simple and yet one of the most favorite dishes from my childhood. I mastered making the sandwich a while ago, however, I am still trying to figure out her Fried Chicken. ♥
Now let's get to those Breakfast Burger Supremes!
First, I started off with toasted hamburger buns. I use the broiler in our oven and it does the job nicely.
Next I added a slice of Kraft Singles - American flavor.
Then came the burger. Not a beef burger, but instead a 1/2 pound sausage burger. I shaped the patties out of ground sausage and then cooked them in a skillet over medium heat until done.
After the sausage was the egg. Imagine making an omelet with no ingredients and not folding it, but instead flipping the entire thing over - thus forming a big egg patty. Works best when I use my small skillet.
There is no way we could make a Breakfast Burger Supreme without adding bacon. 2 slices each sandwich!
Who needs hash-browns on the side when you can have them in your sandwich? Genius! haha
Last, but certainly not least was the country gravy.
Then I put the sandwiches together and in the oven for 5 minutes at 350 degrees - just long enough for the cheese to melt. So, it's a little prep work to make the sandwich, but totally worth it. Like I said earlier, it's not on my diet plan - but I am lucky to have a hubby who has everything on his diet plan. ;)
Breakfast Burger Supreme - printable recipe
Makes 2 sandwiches
2 hamburger buns, toastes
2 slices Kraft Singles, American cheese
2 ½ pound sausage burgers, cooked
2 eggs - fried, whisked or not
4 slices bacon, cooked
1.5 cups hash-browns, cooked
1 cup country gravy, warm
1. Heat oven to 350 degrees.
2. Assemble burgers in order of ingredients listed.
3. Bake sandwiches for 5 minutes or until cheese is melted.
4. Serve warm and enjoy!
As part of the Foodbuzz Tastemaker Program, I received a coupon for free Kraft Singles and a stipend.