Incredible Edible Breakfast Sandwich Machine

This incredible edible breakfast sandwich machine is brought to us by Granny Gadget. She sent Hannah this Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker. We’ve had fun testing it out.

sandwich maker

Heat it up and then pop in an English muffin half. I opted for a slice of sour dough bread this morning. Add cheese to the top or your cooked ham or bacon.

sandwich maker

Flip the egg ring down and pour your egg in – scrambled for me, topped with a sprinkle of bacon bits.

sandwich maker

Place your top piece of bread/muffin directly on top of the egg and close the lid.

sandwich maker

Let it cook for 5 minutes. Lift the lid and you’ve got a gently toasted breakfast sandwich.

sandwich maker

Slide the egg cooker plate out of the way allowing the sandwich to “come together.”

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Lift the cooking ring up and enjoy your breakfast sandwich that you eat as you run out the door!

This little gadget is very fun. Hannah said that it makes “the best breakfast sandwich she’s ever had.” I’d like it if it had a timer built in. And the egg sticks to the non-stick surface a little, but all in all, Granny Gadget picked a winner! Thanks, Mom!

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3 Responses to Incredible Edible Breakfast Sandwich Machine

  1. Mom says:

    Looks great. Havent’t had a chance to try mine. How about putting a little oil on the egg cooker plate so the egg doesn’t stick. Can’t wait till you visit and Hannah can make sandwiches for me. Love you.

    • Susan says:

      The instructions call for oil spray which I don’t use, so I used a little olive oil. It didn’t seem to make that much of a difference. However, it’s fairly easy to clean!

  2. That looks yummy. I don’t eat heavy things for breakfast anymore, a bowl of shredded wheat is the norm for me. Love the card Hannah made, she is a really talented artist.

    Debbie

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