Have you ever been out somewhere and someone’s mobile phone starts ringing? Of course you have… well unless your name is Patrick Star, you live under a rock and/or have a sponge as a best friend. However, has that particular ringtone ever been the same one that you use for your morning alarm? That immediate nostalgia evokes a sense of dread as you immediately picture yourself clambered over in your bed hurriedly jabbing the snooze button, whilst simultaneously wondering if your little one’s are about to jump into bed with you. Well, that wasn’t exactly what happened to me at all today. No something much worse. I woke up before my alarm!
As I lay there wide awake, the sound of silence felt comforting as I knew my little Charlie was still sleeping soundly. I crept downstairs and hopped into the kitchen where I felt the need to take advantage of this peaceful moment. I was sick of having the same usual breakfast which consisted of toast, cereal, or egg variations and was craving something a little more delightful. That was when I decided to create my very own Breakfast Burger.
Who does the best “worth it” breakfast in the whole entire world? Well, in my opinion it’s gotta be our beloved fast food chains. With the inspiration of every fast food experience I have ever had in my entire life
I bring you… my very own Dad’s Breakfast McStuffin recipe. Spoiler alert: It’s good.
The chilly and avocado Omelette infuses well with the southern American style BBQ sauce which gives the McStuffin a little spicy kick. The bacon and sweet brioche bun are tasty tributes to breaky muffins made at all fast food restaurants, which will indulge your taste buds.
You’re going to get: 1 - 4 of Dad’s Breakfast McStuffin (based on quantity of ingredients)
Total Cost of ingredients: $25.60
1 Large egg $3.50
1/4 cup of Colby Mozzarella cheese $4.00
1/4 thinly sliced red chilli $0.60
1 and ½ tablespoons of full cream milk $2.50
1 Brioche Bun sliced into half $4.00
1/4 fresh avocado $1
1 tablespoon of Smoky American BBQ sauce $3
2 Rashers of thinly sliced bacon $4
1 slice of Smoky American Cheese singles $3
What you gotta do:
As well as discovering new and exciting food to review Dad and Charlie also like to hang out in the kitchen. Our recipes are unique in that;
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