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.
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.
Pour the scrambled quail eggs into the muffin pan and put it into an oven pre-heated to 350 degrees.
Check the eggs after about 5 minutes and take them out when they are firm. Top with American Cheese and ham/bacon/sausage/etc.
Individually wrap with plastic wrap and put them all in a big zip-lock bag in the freezer.
The kids then just grab one or two at a time, microwave them and chow down.
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. 🙂
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.