Quail Egg Breakfast Sandwich Update

OK, so I’ve modified the quail egg sandwich routine a bit.  I use a 12 cup muffin baking pan, so adjust amounts accordingly.

First, lightly grease or spray the muffin pan with cooking spray.
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Then scramble about 36 quail eggs with a few tablespoons of water.  I use a KitchenAid  blender that is awesome for scrambling eggs and great for all kinds of things, but scrambling by hand works fine too.
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Pour the scrambled quail eggs into the muffin pan and put it into an oven pre-heated to 350 degrees.
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Check the eggs after about 5 minutes and take them out when they are firm.  Top with American Cheese and ham/bacon/sausage/etc.
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Individually wrap with plastic wrap and put them all in a big zip-lock bag in the freezer.
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The kids then just grab one or two at a time, microwave them and chow down.

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Quail Egg Sandwiches Were a Hit!

Our kids love the quail egg, cheese & ham sandwiches that I made for them for breakfast.  Now I have to remind them that they are for breakfast ONLY and not for snacking anytime.  I’ll make the next batch with some homemade bacon on there instead of ham…yummy.  Maybe I should post our homemade bacon recipe.  I suppose we’ll do some with sausage too.  Variety is good.  Sleep is good too.  🙂

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Quail Egg Breakfast Sandwiches for the Kids

We’re busy as hell in the morning and do our best to give our kids a decent breakfast before school.  And I don’t mean a bowl of some sugar/wheat/flour junk saturated in milk.  We try to make the kiddos something fresh every day but it is challenging sometimes.

So I thought I’d try making a bunch of quail egg, cheese and ham sandwiches on a small roll and freezing them.  Then the kids can just microwave them in the morning.

What I did was take a standard cupcake pan that makes 12 cupcakes, lightly grease it and tossed in 3 quail eggs in each hole.  Then I broke each yoke so there would be no messy sandwiches when we were done.  I cooked them at 400 degrees for a few minutes, until they were pretty firm.

Once done, I put a slice of REAL American cheese on top followed by a slice of ham.  (“processed cheese food”? yuck!!)  Wrap them up individually and freeze them and you have saved yourself a half hour of sleep each morning.  😉

Well, we’ll see how these go over tomorrow morning.

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