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School is back in session. Kids are rushing to the bus in their new clothes with raw notebooks yearning to be filled with knowledge. Parents are hustling to get everyone ready and on their way. And even those without kids are making adjustments to their morning routine because of the reactivated school zones.

With so much activity, sometimes breakfast takes a back seat. Who has time for eggs and bacon or sausage on a school day? With this make-ahead recipe, you do!

Skip the fast food drive-thru and make your own breakfast sandwiches at home using KING'S HAWAIIAN Original Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread. Simply slice the loaf and cut the slices into kid-manageable little circles. Toast and top with eggs, bacon, sausage or any other goodies you’d like to slip in there. 

Wrap the sandwiches up with wax paper and place them in the fridge. When the busy morning presents itself, you’ll feel better knowing you can grab a pre-wrapped sandwich, heat it up and enjoy a hearty breakfast that will kick-start your day.

Hawaiian Breakfast To-Go

Ingredients

1 round loaf KING'S HAWAIIAN Original Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread

8 sausage patties

6 eggs

¼ cup milk

¼ tsp. salt

¼ tsp. pepper

Directions:

Slice the KING'S HAWAIIAN Original Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread into 8 slices. Using a glass or biscuit cutter, cut 2 circles out of each slice, so you have a total of 16 slices. Save the remaining bread to make croutons or bread pudding.

Cut Circles

Butter each bread round and broil in the oven, until lightly toasted.

In a large pan, cook 8 sausage patties. Remove from pan and set aside, leaving the sausage drippings in the pan.

In a large bowl, whisk together the eggs, milk, salt and pepper. Pour the mixture into the pan used to cook the sausage. Cook over medium heat turning occasionally with a rubber spatula, until cooked through. Divide the eggs into 8 equally sized portions.

Toasted

Assembly: Place a toasted circle on a piece of wax paper, toasted side up. Top with a sausage patty. Top with egg. Add another toasted circle, toasted side down. Wrap the sandwich with the wax paper and refrigerate, until ready to serve.

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When it’s time for breakfast, reheat in a microwave for 30-60 seconds.

wrapped sandwich