Breakfast Sandwich Ideas for Busy People

Breakfast Sandwich Ideas for Busy People
Why do so many people skip breakfast? Nutritionists tell us it is the most important meal of the day. Breakfast is what kick-starts a person’s metabolism. It helps provide your body with the basic ingredients to make the energy that you need to get through your busy day.

Then, why do people say, “No, thank you,” to breakfast? I think that it has to do with saving time. When it takes quite a while to make a breakfast, then you have to sit down to eat it, people just don’t have the time to do it. Rather than eat a tasteless breakfast, they would rather not eat anything at all.

When I was growing up, my mother thought my attachment to breakfast sandwiches was bizarre, at best. However, when the fast food shops expanded their breakfast menus to include sandwiches, they became more socially acceptable. What makes up a good breakfast sandwich?

First, it must be easy to make. Then, it must taste good and contain solid nutrition. A tasty breakfast sandwich also needs to be portable. These breakfast sandwich ideas first appeared in the Sandwich Name Game on the BellaOnline Sandwiches Forum. Many of them are suitable for vegetarian dietary needs.

Breakfast Sandwich Ideas for Busy People

• Lox with chive cream cheese on a toasted piece of sourdough bread.
• Onions, peppers, and mushrooms, sauteed and added to scrambled eggs and cheese, then served in a wrap.
• Applewood smoked bacon with butter lettuce and sliced heirloom tomatoes, on bakery white bread with mayo.
• Egg fried in butter, with crispy bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayo on a soft bun.
• Nutella with cream cheese and sliced bananas on Ezekiel Sprouted Grain Sesame toast.
• Eggs, sauteed with red onions, sweet peppers, potatoes, and fresh spinach leaves, sprinkled with cheese and wrapped in a fresh flour tortilla with salsa.
• Applewood smoked bacon and fresh sliced of avocado, mayo, freshly cracked black pepper on hearty grain bread.
• Egg omelet breakfast sandwich with green onions in the omelet and brown sugared bacon between thick slices of toasted egg bread.
• Eggs sauteed with spicy sausage, peppers, and onions, mixed with fried potatoes, shredded cheese, and dressed with pico de gallo in a warm flour tortilla.
• Fried egg sandwich on a grilled "inside-out" hamburger bun with American cheese, mayo, mustard, lettuce, and tomato.
• Nutella, marshmallow fluff, and sliced strawberries on sourdough toast.
• Peanut butter (chunky or smooth) and your choice of jelly on whole grain bread.
• Egg salad wrapped in a basil flour tortilla with alfalfa sprouts and chopped tomatoes.
• Spinach, chopped with fresh tomato, parsley, spring onion and combined with scrambled egg and Mexican shredded cheese, then stuffed into a pita.
• Dried cranberries blended with cream cheese and orange marmalade, spread on sliced and toasted Hawaiian sweetbread.
• Sweetened cream cheese, Nutella, and sliced strawberries on a butter croissant.
• Lightly toasted rye bread with egg salad, lettuce, tomato, and thin sliced dill pickles.
• Swiss cheese grilled with Virginia ham on rye.

One of the nice things about sandwiches is that they can be made quickly. If bacon is involved, you can cook it the night before and crisp it in the microwave. Some sandwiches heat well in the microwave, so you can make them ahead of time. If you want more ideas, visit the Sandwiches Site at BellaOnline, or look in our forum. Enjoy your sandwiches!

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