This spectacular breakfast sandwich offers an irresistible combination of creamy, salty, sweet, and crunchy, bringing it to a special occasion-worthy level.
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Homemade English muffins make the simplest breakfast sandwich taste a thousand times better. Simply fill one with top quality ham or bacon and cheese and you’re done. Or, if you’ve got a little time on your hands and want to serve a truly special breakfast treat, assemble these spectacular sandwiches! The runny egg, maple ham, and apple come together to create an irresistible combination of creamy, salty, sweet, and crunchy, and the spoonful of hollandaise sauce truly bring the dish to a special occasion-worthy level. Don’t be scared by the idea of making Hollandaise sauce—my foolproof recipe comes together in a blender. I’m pretty sure you’ll find it dangerously easy to make!
I’m not gonna lie, this is a pretty messy sandwich–one you’re more likely to eat with a fork and knife than with your hands–but that’s how I like my breakfast sandwiches. If you prefer, you could also serve this dish Eggs Benedict-style, substituting poached eggs for the fried ones.
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Disclosure Notice: This post was created in partnership with Maple Leaf Foods. They offered me the opportunity to taste their new line of products inspired by various Canadian regions. Canadian Craft products are made using pork sourced exclusively by Canadian farmers and they contain no added preservatives–making them lovely companions for wholesome sandwiches and lunches. I feel in love with the Canadian Craft Québec Maple Ham as soon as I pulled open the packaging: the pure maple syrup aroma awoke sugar shack memories. How could I resist! The ham is thinly cut, not too salty, with just the right sweetness to make it addictive. It was just perfect to make this breakfast sandwich! Check out Maple Leaf Foods’ website for more information about their Canadian Craft products, or follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
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