Breakfast at Auntie’s – Elvis Style

Crazy sounding? Maybe. Delicious? Amazingly, yes! Breakfast on Saturday mornings at my house with my niece can beElvis Breakfast Sandwich an adventure. We can both be a little picky when we know we want something comforting but are sick of the typical scrambled eggs and bacon.

After going out to the chicken house to collect our eggs from underneath the warm feathered chickens. We decided on making breakfast with an Elvis twist. Peanut butter egg sandwiches with a side of sliced bananas.

For any of the breakfast sandwiches I make, I like using the Arnold Sandwich Thins as they are the perfect size. So for this morning, I started by lightly toasting the multi-gran sandwich thin.

Next, I spread a super thin layer of spreadable butter on each side of the thin. Why? Everything tastes better with a little butter. Then I spread creamy peanut butter on both sides of the thin.

Layer of peanut butter and butter

In a frying pan, lightly greased with cooking spray, I cooked an egg breaking the yolk. The egg takes about 2-3 minutes on the first side on medium heat and then an additional 1-2 minutes on the other side.

Breaking the yolk

Cooking the flip side

When the egg is fully cooked, place on one side of the sandwich thin.

Hot egg on the peanut butter

Sandwich together and enjoy warm with a side of sliced banana.

Elvis breakfast sandwich

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