Foodie Friday – Dagwood Breakfast Sammie

Foodie Friday – Dagwood Breakfast Sammie

Every once in a while, I get carried away with a meal. This is an example of that.

Let me begin by saying that David cooks breakfast every weekend. Because I’m not one of those people, like my husband, who wake up starving, I don’t like to eat the minute I wake up. But, because he does, he makes breakfast on the weekends.

Saturday morning rolled around, and David wanted something different than his usual weekend breakfast consisting of bacon and eggs with either toast or biscuits. And, although he’ll sometimes get really imaginative and make a side of grits, he wasn’t really in the mood for that either. He said he just wanted something different than the usual breakfast fare.

So I accepted the challenge.

David was in a hurry that morning to get his day started, so I knew it had to be quick.

Looking through the ‘fridge for inspiration, I decided I could make a great breakfast sandwich. And so it began.

Now, let me just say, I got a tad carried away with this one, and it was a bit messy, but it was still pretty darn good. In fact, David said it was better than pretty darn good.

Do you have a favorite breakfast sandwich? I’d love for you to share it in the comments or link up below.



Dagwood Breakfast Sammy
Serves 1
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
15 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
15 min
  1. 1 Slice of deli ham
  2. 1 Slice rare deli roast beef
  3. 3 Slices cooked bacon
  4. 1 Slice provolone cheese
  5. 1 Slice Pepper Jack cheese
  6. Red onion, sauted
  7. 1 Roma tomato, sliced
  8. 2 eggs, fried over medium
  9. Avocado Mayo (Click for recipe)
  10. EVOO
  11. Salt/Pepper
  12. Hoagy or Crusty roll
  1. This is truly a simple sandwich recipe that just takes a few minutes to make.
  2. First, I drizzled EVOO over my crusty bread and toasted it on the oven at 425*.
  3. While my bread toasted, I sliced and sauteed my sweet red onions and fried my bacon.
  4. When my bacon was fried nice and crispy, I removed it and drained it on paper towel while I assembled my sammie.
  5. First I added my Avocado Mayo, then I added the deli meats and cheeses before popping it back in the oven for a few minutes to heat the deli meat and melt the cheese.
  6. Then I just added the remaining ingredients before topping it all off with two fried eggs.
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One Response to “Foodie Friday – Dagwood Breakfast Sammie”

  1. September 27, 2013 at 6:54 pm

    man that sandwich looks good!

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