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Ingredients:
2 English muffins
5 eggs
6 strips of bacon
4 pieces of cheese
1/4 cup of milk
Pinch of salt
Pinch of pepper
Butter

Makes 2 sandwiches.

Step 1:

First:
Fry 6 pieces of bacon to your preferred crispness. Save a little of the grease in the pan, remove from heat.

Second:
Preheat your toaster oven if necessary.

Third:
In a large bowl combine 5 eggs, the quarter cup of milk, salt and pepper. Beat until smooth.

Fourth
Pour the egg mixture into the same frying pan that the bacon was made in and cook on medium heat. Stir occasionally as if you were making scrambled eggs.

Fifth:
Slice each of the English muffins in half. Apply butter to each half and toast in a toaster oven until golden brown. If using a "Slice Toaster" do not add butter until after the muffins have been toasted.

Sixth:
Once the liquid is cooked but the eggs are still sticky, press the eggs into a patty with a spatula. Flip until fully cooked on both sides. Using the spatula cut the egg patty into 2 parts and trim to the desired size which will fit on the muffin.

Step 2:

By the time your eggs are ready the English Muffin should be ready as well.

Seventh:
On your English muffin apply the egg patty and cover with cheese.

Eighth:
Cover the cheese with 3 pieces of bacon, each having been torn in half first.

Ninth
Cover the bacon with an additional layer of cheese, this will keep the bacon in the sandwich while being consumed.

Tenth:
Place the muffin top over the cheese and microwave for 15-30 seconds to melt the cheese over the bacon and egg.

Step 3:

Congratulations! You should now have a delicious breakfast treat!

Enjoy!
<p>That looks pretty damn amazing!</p>
<p>Thanks! Give the recipe a try, they are awesome =D</p>
<p>great</p>
Nice!
<p>We made these at the weekend and they are delicious but found two eggs between two muffins more than enough.</p>
I wish i could edit my comment... i didn't mean to pit a question mark at the end of my post. i did an emote smile face and it came out like a question mark...lol
pan frying the muffin gives a hard crisp to the outside and it keeps the inside warm and moist. As far as using the bacon grease, you dont need a lot, just a light skim of the bacon run off is fine. it really boils down to personal preference. nice instructable. ?
I di the same t by thing but I toast the English muffins in the frying pan with the bacon grease. ...
<p>I haven't tried them this way. Doesn't that make the muffins greasy?</p>
<p>Yum! This is a very delicious thanks for sharing the recipe.</p>
<p>Pretty cool, I am glad you enjoyed it!</p>
Years ago I thought if McD's could do 'em I could do 'em better.....and fresher...and more consistently...and more sumptiously - so I did. They turned out good but yours are awesome!!
im definitly making this in the morning
looks good
I cook these all the time. They are delicious. I don't know of any restaurant that makes these.
Looks good

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