Camping Breakfast Sandwiches
Fast, easy and savory Camping Breakfast Sandwiches are the perfect handheld meal to start your fun-filled outdoor day! The secret to making the egg flawlessly fit the shape of the English muffin is cooking it in a canning jar ring! Psst we’re compensated…see our disclosures.
Cook Eggs In Canning Jar Ring For Camping Breakfast Sandwiches
Camp Cooking Tip: If you cook the egg inside a Canning Jar Ring Band it will be the perfect size and shape to fit the English muffin for these Camping Breakfast Sandwiches. Just spray a non-stick skillet and the canning jar ring band with cooking spray, then crack the egg and gently add it to the skillet … then top with salt and pepper.
Camping Breakfast Sandwiches (ingredients to make 1 serving, multiply as necessary)
Toast The Muffin
- 1 English Muffin
Fry The Egg
When the egg is set, gently remove the ring by lifting it with tongs or a fork (set it aside for the next sandwich). Then, flip the egg and cook to desired doneness. I like my eggs over-easy but my husband hates runny yolks so I cook his a little longer to the over-hard stage. He is really picky about this and even though I think an overcooked egg is totally gross, it is really easy to cook his camping breakfast sandwiches! When I think it’s done, just let it keep cooking … LOL!
- 1 Egg
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Non-stick cooking spray
Fry The Bacon
- 2 slices thick bacon
Build The Sandwich
- 1 slice sharp cheddar cheese
Even though we usually camp in our RV with an awesome kitchen, I like cooking these Camping Breakfast Sandwiches outside on my propane camp stove. It makes for easier clean-up and the biggest reason we go camping is to be outside experiencing nature … that includes making our meals! Check out our How To Refill 1 lb Propane Cylinders, Tanks And “Disposable” Small Camping Propane Bottles post!
Even though handheld Camping Breakfast Sandwiches allow you to eat on the run, you may want to sit down and relish in a relaxing morning around your campsite. If that’s the case, don’t forget a good cup of camp coffee and secure your tablecloth in case it gets windy.
We’ve got great camp cooking tips in these other posts:
- Dutch Oven Temperature Chart
- Dutch Oven Camp Cooking Tips
- Camp Dutch Oven Accessories
- 3-Day Camping Menu Planner And Grocery List
- Camp Cooking Tips And Tricks
- Campfire Cooking Equipment You Can’t Live Without
- Dutch Oven Recipes For Camping
- How To Camp When Camping Fire Restrictions Are Activated
If you need camping recipes and menu ideas, you can find them here at the Camping For Foodies Camping Recipes list.
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