Apple & Veggie Sausage Breakfast Sandwich

March/April 2013

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This healthy vegetarian breakfast-sandwich recipe comes together in 5 minutes, but has plenty of protein from a vegetarian sausage patty and fiber from the whole-wheat bread and apple to keep you satisfied all morning long.

Apple & Veggie Sausage Breakfast Sandwich

3 Reviews for Apple & Veggie Sausage Breakfast Sandwich

Will be among my go-to breakfasts

This was a great quick and easy breakfast for a weekday morning. You could even assemble it in the break room on a busy day in the office. Great combo of sweet and savory. This will be one of my go-to breakfasts from now on!

Quick, easy, healthy, delicious
Great Cold, but Better Hot!

A quick and easy fix in the kitchen, very tasty too! I thought I'd like something warm on a cold day, so I lightly buttered the outsides of the whole wheat raisin bread first. Then I cooked the sausages in a skillet. After removing them from the heat, I chopped them up, then layered the sandwich with jam, shredded sharp cheddar, crumbled sausage, more cheddar, shaved apple slices and a bit more cheddar. Cooked it over low/med flame for a few minutes, flipped it, cooked for a few more minutes, then plated with the remaining shaved apple slices on the side. Warm, crispy on the outside, packed with flavor through and through. Yum!! A healthy variation on grilled cheese, but with much more flavor!

easy, quick, healthy, light but filling
What a surprise

Although I used turkey sausage instead of vegitarian, I could not believe that these ingredients worked so well with each other. Apples and cheese on the same sandwhich? It was great and this is become a regular breakfast meal for me. It took less than 5 minutes to prepare and clean up, which is great for mornings when you dont have much spare time.

Easy/Quick Prep, minimal clean up

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