Saturday, June 13, 2015

Texas Cheesy Garlic Toast Breakfast Sandwich


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Oh wow the Texas Cheesy Garlic Toast combined with egg, sausage and cheese was amazing. Cally did not think garlic and eggs sounded good so she used regular bread.
I on the other hand thought it sounded like a good combination of flavors and oh I was right!  I love garlic bread even by itself but add other goodies to it and I am game.

The sandwich was super easy to make, which is a plus too.  I baked it all in the oven which was nice to throw it in the oven and be done, no standing over the stove cooking.

For the eggs I mixed up 4 eggs, a splash of milk, salt and pepper.  I sprayed a square Corningware dish with non-stick spray and poured the eggs into dish.  I then sprinkled in the sausage and shredded cheese.

I baked the Texas Toast according to package directions and I baked the eggs at the same temperature (425 degrees) as the toast so that I could have it in the oven at the same time.  The bread baked for 8 minutes and the eggs took about 12 minutes. The eggs could take a little less or a little more depending on the size of your baking dish.

When the toast was done baking, I stirred my eggs up.  This way it pulled the edges away that were already cooked and helped to bake the middle of the dish a little better because it is the last section to be done and I did not want the edges to be over cooked waiting on the middle to be set.

Texas Cheesy Garlic Toast Breakfast Sandwich

4 slices Texas Garlic Toast
4 eggs
1/8 cup milk
salt and pepper
1/2 Cup shredded Velveeta  cheese
3/4 Cup Jimmy Dean Sausage crumbles (fully cooked)

Preheat oven to 425 degrees

Mix eggs, milk, salt and pepper until combined.  Pour into a greased square baking pan.  Stir the sausage into the egg mixture.  Sprinkle the cheese over top.

Place Texas Toast on a baking sheet.

Place Texas Toast and the eggs in the oven

Bake Texas Toast 8 to 10 minutes

When removing Texas Toast from the oven give the eggs a stir to pull the baked eggs away from the sides of the baking dish.  Continue to bake the eggs until they are done.  Mine took an additional 4 minutes.

I used Cheesy Garlic Toast so to assemble I place the bottom slice with the cheese side up.  Slice a piece of egg/sausage bake and place on top of bottom slice.  I placed the top slice with the cheese side up (facing outward) but you can really place the cheese slice of the toast whichever way you want.