Try this easy breakfast sandwich with a little baseball twist of flavor. It’s topped with fresh salsa which allows you to squeeze fresh veggies into the mix.
Easy Breakfast Sandwich Baseball Fun
Here’s a quick & easy way to get everyone eating healthy bites for breakfast. These breakfast sandwiches are DELICIOUS, making them a home run for everyone!
They’re great to eat any time (weekdays, weekends, lunch or emergency dinner) and their fun for every age.
We added the baseball lines for a touch of fun for those baseball lovers in our lives by simply using taco sauce (although sriracha sauce also works for a spicier bite).
Here is the printable version of this recipe for your convenience;
- 2 oz. – 3 oz. sharp cheese, finely shredded
- 2 - 3 tablespoons salsa, mild or medium
- 1 FlatOut® Fold-it® Or Sandwich Rounds
- 1 large egg
- Taco sauce, mild or medium
- Non-stick cooking spray
Coat a small frying pan with the non-sticking cooking spray & cook an egg over hard.
Once you flip the egg over, top it with some fresh salsa and cheese. The cheese will melt and the salsa will warm while the second side of the egg is cooking.
Once the cheese is melted and the egg is fully cooked, transfer it with a spatula to a round bread; a FlatOut Fold-it or sandwich rounds.
Add a little taco sauce or sriracha sauce (see below).
Cooking Over Hard Eggs: An over hard cooked egg is fried, flipped, and fried again with the yolk broken until both the white and the yolk are completely cooked.
Cooking Eggs Over Soft: You can make eggs over soft, they make for a messier sandwich if you are eating home. Not a great option if you are taking this in the car and are dressed for work or school (wink). However, its a great lesson for kids on the weekend to make one over hard and one over soft. To make an egg over soft, start to cook the egg just like you did with the eggs over hard, but when you flip to cook the other side, simply let it cook for 20 – 30 seconds so that the yolk does not fully cook; you leave that soft.
Added Fun! Fill a cake decorating utensil or a small bottle that’s actually used for melting & writing with chocolate with taco sauce or sriracha sauce. Draw lines for a baseball on top before serving. It’s the perfect burst of flavor to top this recipe off.
Salsa: You can use jarred salsa or pico de gallo. My favorite is either a store bought pico de gallo, which is a great time saver for busy days, or a homemade salsa which is actually quick and easy if you have a mini chopper of food processor. If you want to see how I make my homemade pico de gallo and another way for a tasty breakfast combo, click over to my Breakfast Taco Recipe = more deliciousness! CLICK HERE for the recipe.
Lessons to focus on when making this recipe with children;
- How to cook eggs over hard and/or over easy
- Stovetop and pan safety
- Making salsa and/or different salsas
- Measuring ingredients
- Following directions