Happy Sunday Y’all! It’s Super Bowl Sunday….which totally means nothing to me haha but I know that some of y’all are going crazy today!
I’ve got something pretty awesome for y’all today (well, it’s totally 100% awesome in my opinion!)! BigBear (my husband, Thomas) is going a guest post for me today! He made these Frisco Breakfast Sandwiches for us yesterday morning and wanted to share them with everyone! They were freakin’ awesome! So I’m giving the blog over to him today!
Good Morning Ya’ll! This is Big Bear doing a guest post, finally!!
Well I guess you can say that I’ve been apart of all aspects of the blog behind the scenes for the last six years, but this is my first attempt at the “hard part”….. what to say about food, other than “Look at the pictures”,” they look awesome”, “fix me and eat me”.
So that all being said, today’s post is all about breakfast — my first favorite meal followed by lunch and then dinner ha ha.
These are a copy cat of the Frisco breakfast sandwiches that are sold by Hardee’s.
I remember when these were first released, my father and I would go get breakfast on the weekends and this was an instant favorite of mine. Since they have been around forever it seems like it is a staple of mine for when I’m running late in the morning and need breakfast.
Now as we all know, my darling wife is not a morning person, she never has and never will, except for when we’re on vacation she’s up before me. After we were married I introduced this to her and it became an instant classic for her as well.
Angie said it already (over on Instagram) but it was my idea to make an extra sandwich this morning for pictures so that I could finally get this delicious creation on the blog!
And here we go ladies and gentleman — boys and girls of all ages may I present to you Big Bear’s Frisco Breakfast sandwich.
Enjoy and we look forward till the next time.
Frisco Breakfast Sandwich
- 2 slices sourdough bread
- 2 slices of sharp cheddar cheese
- 2 slices of thin sliced mozzarella cheese
- 2 oz honey smoked ham
- 2 eggs
- 2 tablespoons butter
- salt and pepper to taste
First, toast the bread. Place a little butter in a frying pan on med/low heat and place the bread into the melted butter.
This takes about 30-45 seconds so careful not to burn the toast.
Once the bread has toasted place it face down on your plate and place the cheese on to it.
I normally put one type on top and the other on the bottom of the sandwich.
Now place the ham on top of these cheese. The type of ham I used had a 2 oz serving size which was roughly 6 slices.
Now take the other tablespoon of butter and heat the skillet on med/low ( I used cast iron) so I was on the low side.
Pour the eggs into the skillet like your going to make an omelet not like scrambled eggs.
Once the eggs have firmed up around the edges start working it loose from the pan and flip.
Now fold the eggs into a rectangle (or square) and place on top of the ham.
Add the 2nd piece of toasted bread to close the sandwich.
The heat from the eggs should melt the cheese.
We like to serve these with any type of hash brown or tater-tot. - This Breakfast Loaded Tater Tot Casserole is really good!
I love it when BigBear gets excited about the blog and I love it when he surprises me with fantastic meals like this Frisco Breakfast Sandwich! Breakfast in bed is ALWAYS nice but a homemade Frisco Breakfast Sandwich breakfast in bed is even better! Hope y’all give Big Bear’s Frisco Breakfast Sandwich a try! You’re gonna love it!
Speaking of Big Bear… I HAD to share this photo of BigBear and our pup Jasper. haha I took it the other day when we were eating dinner and it was just perfect. Jasper loves to be our little “vulture”. haha