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The breakfast sandwich is easy and quick. Start with a round pie iron.

1 English muffin – cut in half
1 Egg – fried hard or poached (solid yolk)
1 slice American Cheese or Velveeta
Canadian bacon or Ham Lunchmeat
Butter

* See Pie Iron Cooking Tips on how to toast a bun.

Butter bun, reverse it, place in the the pie iron for toasting. Toast bun and set aside. Spray one half of the pie iron for frying an egg. Brown the

ham in the other half. When the Canadian bacon and egg are finished set aside. Return bun back in pie iron, add egg, cheese and bacon. Close

& latch iron. Heat the camp breakfast muffin through and cheese starts to melt about 3 to 4 minutes.

Add a serving of Hash Browns for a full breakfast.

Dan M.
Kannapolis, NC

This quick breafast can be made in a single pie iron, use each half as a small skillet.

2 Sausage Links – pre cooked and crumbled
1 tablespoon Salsa
2 Eggs *
Cheddar Jack Cheese – shredded
Hot Sauce
Vegetable Oil

Cook sausage as needed in half a pie iron. In the other half, spray lightly with oil and heat the salsa to remove some of the liquid, add a * squeeze of egg, (do not over fill). As egg starts to cook up, add few pieces of crumbled sausage. Cook while stirring with an *icing knife until eggs are done. Top with cheese and a few drops of hot sauce.

* Scramble a dozen eggs at home, transport eggs in a sports squeeze bottle. Dispense what you need when you need it.

* An icing knife is similar to a butter knife, but bent like a spatula for getting around a cake. The roundness of the blade fits nicely into the concave edges and corners of a pie iron.

Add a few pieces of toast for a hearty filling breakfast any cowboy would enjoy.

Dan M.
Kannapolis, NC

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