My father in law does not cook. I think he is like a lot of men, he mans the grill and that is it. Although, growing up they did have one special breakfast that my father in law was in charge of. It was a Bacon Egg Sandwich. He still makes them sometimes on the weekend when we visit. My 7 year old has become a huge fan of this sandwich as well.
As much as I love bacon, it just isn’t something I have in the house all the time. If I did, I would probably be 50 pounds heavier. Plus, the stuff isn’t cheap. Good bacon is pricey, and considering I could eat half the package in one sitting, it just isn’t economical to purchase often. Despite my 7 year olds pleas, I stand strong!
When Kernel’s Popcorn Seasoning offered to send me a few of their new flavors, I was excited to give them a try. We are HUGE popcorn lovers in this family. Well, guess what one of their new flavors is? Bacon Cheddar!! So not only can you have Bacon Cheddar flavored popcorn, but the seasoning works great to cook with too. You can spice up eggs, pasta, veggies, potatoes….possibilities are endless.
One of the mornings my son asked for a bacon egg sandwich, I decided to give this seasoning a try. He LOVED it! I did throw in a few bacon bits for crunch, but that was it. He gets the bacon flavor, but I don’t have to deal with frying the bacon, and all the fat and calories that come with it. I think I have made him 4 or 5 of these sandwiches for him already. He usually eats his on regular toast, but a Kaiser roll is just fancier
- 2 eggs
- 1 Tbls skim milk
- 1 tsp Kernel’s Bacon and Cheddar Seasoning
- 1 Tbls bacon bits (optional)
- 1 Kaiser Roll (or 2 pieces of toast)
- Preheat a skillet over medium heat. In a bowl beat together eggs, milk, and the seasoning. Spray skillet with nonstick spray. Pour in the egg mixture. Sprinkle bacon bits over the top if using. Cook until eggs are done and not runny, about 5 minutes. Serve on a roll or toast.
**I was sent samples of seasoning from Kernel’s. The opinions are 100% my own.