Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Breakfast Sandwich Heaven

*This recipe was modified on 2/06/2013 to reflect the most current Medifast guidelines*

1 Medifast Chocolate Chip Pancake Packet
1/4 tsp baking powder
1/4 cup water
2 TB eggbeaters
1 Morningstar Farms Breakfast Sausage Patty
1 oz moderate fat cheese (3-6 grams fat/oz)

To make muffin:
Mix together Medifast pancake packet, 1/8 tsp baking powder and 1/4 cup water. Spray coffee mug with Pam. Pour pancake mix into mug. Microwave for 1.5 minutes. Slice muffin in half.

To make egg:
Spray coffee mug or small ramekin with Pam. Pour in 2 TB of eggbeaters. Microwave for 1 minute or until egg is done.

Heat up the Morningstar Farms Breakfast Sausage Patty in the microwave from frozen for about 45 seconds. Assemble muffin, egg, sausage & cheese between the sliced muffin. Enjoy!

Variation: replace 1-2 TB of the water in the muffin with Walden Farms Syrup for a McGriddle clone. Be sure to add 1 more condiment if you do that.

This counts as 1 Medifast meal, .58 leanest serving, 1/2 condiments

39 comments:

Mom to the Fourth Power said...

Oh my gosh! That looks SO good. I am so happy to have found your blog! The hubs and I have been doing Medifast for 11 months now and dropped over 100 lbs each. We have a blog and I've got a page for my lean and greens. Your pics and food recipes are so refreshing and I can't wait to try them. You are so creative girl!! And you are rockin the weight loss too!! WOO HOO!!

~Margene
http://www.believingitspossible.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Looks delicious, will try as soon as I get Morning Star sausage patties. Love those & I'm out.

Your pancake/biscuit really looks that "flaky"???...pic looks just like a delicious biscuit.

Love your blog.

tattered 'n torn prims said...

Not a fan of the veggie meat.....however gonna do this w/out!! YUMMY!!! thanks!!

Ruthy said...

Oh, my word, I am eating this right now and I am SOOOOOOOOO happy!! Thanks for this great recipe.

Charla said...

Yum, cant wait to try it!!

Anonymous said...

I make this too! Well, very similar except I never thought to use the choco chip pancakes instead of regular... yum! I do think it might be good with a little SF syrup. Thanks for always sharing!

Anonymous said...

That looks sinful and I can't wait to have it for my breakfast tomorrow! Great blog, so glad I was linked here!!

Ms. Hill said...

Very good. I just need a wider coffee mug - the "biscuit" came out thicker than I like.
Thanks for sharing!

Cody Jo said...

I am not sure how microwave safe it really is, but I have used the Medifast shaker cup that came with my first order to make the muffin and it turned out the perfect size.

Skinny B said...

I'm not sure how you come up with this stuff, but I'm so glad that you do! You should work for medifast! :)

Danielle said...

I made this recipe this morning and it was so good I had to post it on MyMedifast Blog! Thank you thank you for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Only on my 2nd day of MF and have already tried 2 of your recipes. Had this one this morning (looked just like it except no cheese)and now I'm going to make it at least twice a week for a special treat!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much! This has become my favorite breakfast. I need to order more pancakes!!

Anonymous said...

I stumbled upon this recipe this morning...I am 5 and 1/2 months into TSFL using medifast, I've lost almost 40lbs still have almost 2 more months to go...I'm so burnt out on the food right now. I think this breakfast sandwich is going to keep me going the next few months! Thanks! I'm eating it right now YUM!!

Cody Jo said...

Awesome! This is one of my favorites :)

MissAnnieM said...

i just tried this... i'm so over my free MF pancake mix. it was brilliant!!! i've just updated my next order and added pancake mix!

Anonymous said...

I am so thankful I found your blog, I'm on week three and last week was having a realy hard time with my the limited food choices...I couldnt eat another steak if I tried!

Thank you, Thank you!
Amy A.

Our Silver Palace Adventure said...

This is awesome! I was looking for something that I could have in the a.m. and the L & G is sometimes just too much to eat at one time. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU for this recipe!!!!

Peoples said...

It was delicious! Thanks so much. I couldn't figure out how to make my pancakes fluffy until I put them in the microwave. Also this is a very filling meal, even without the sausage patty. I haven't quite figured out how to figure my patty into my lean and green, so for now I'm omiting it, and still loving your recipes. Thank you!

Cynthia Hepner said...

This recipe is my hubby's favorite! He just started on program with me and I made the mistake of making this for his breakfast on day 1...now I have to make it every morning!! LOL

prayers,
Cindi

Deb said...

This is SOOO good! Really hits the spot when you want a substantial snack.

Kristen Lindsay said...

This is so good and so filling! I did have one problem though. It all boiled over. So I threw it out and started again without the baking soda. I loved it!

GD3 said...

Using your blog to get through Thanksgiving! My Hubby loved this!! Down 14lbs for me and 20lbs for him .. no regrets!

Anonymous said...

This was so good, that I started chokng lol. Thank you for your amazing blog!

Anonymous said...

Just made this this morning! Amazing! Fulfilled my craving for a breakfast sandwich, and left me full til my mid-morning snack. Thanks for your recipes!

Otis Maybe said...

Just so everyone knows, the spice pancakes do not work. I tried the chocolate chip ones and they were great. The spice stays doughy and never fully cook. I cooked them for three mins with our crazy powerful microwave and they never fully cooked. I use cheese power in place of cheese and it works great.

Anonymous said...

I made a spice muffin yesterday and it was fine.... Maybe you have a bad batch? I've noticed that some things are fresher that others in my orders....

Mary Schaible said...

WoW! looks yummy!!!!

Anonymous said...

I made this this morning! I didn't have the patty so just the pancake biscuit and egg whites...... Delicious!!!! Thank you for the great recipe!!!

Carol said...

I just made myself this for my breakfast and all I can say is OMG this was so good and I felt like a was eating a egg sandwich! I highly recommend this recipe. Love love this blog! Thank you so much for all your recipes and info.

Jill said...

Awesome!!! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

After seeing this post my husband and I walked to the store to get some MS Sausage patties (which I love btw). Can't wait to try this tomorrow.

Anonymous said...

I found your site last night. I tried to make the choco chip pancakes a few days ago according to the package...oh and what a mess, I did not even eat them. Then I found YOU! I made the choco chip pancakes like you said....AND OH MY GOSH, THIS IS THE BEST. I need to change my order before it comes so I can for sure have more of this. THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH FOR THIS. IT'S AWESOME!!!

Cindi said...

The pancakes are easy to make and come out great if you do 2 things... Add 1/4 teaspoon baking powder and BE Patient... Wait twice as long as you normally would... If you try to flip and it bunches up, let it be a bit longer.. My son who is autistic makes a pancake every morning ... After showing him how to be patient with it he makes beautiful pancakes .. :)

Anonymous said...

this is amazing! So filling and tasty!

jillbosfitnessemonster said...

can't wait to try this! I am "coming back" after gaining all of my 25pounds back. after a year and a half of trying to get back to the first low weight i'd reached i'd become sooo bored with the food that i just couldn't stay on program. understandably! i never tried any of these and the other great sites recipes. i was too lazy. well, no more. 25 pounds gained back is what lazy got me!!! THANKS FOR ALL YOU DO!!!

Dee said...

This was so good. thank you for being ingenius. My 13 yr old daughter even liked it

Ody said...

Has anyone tried this in an oven? We don't have a microwave?wondering if it would come out as fluffy and hate to waste a packet experimenting.

Anonymous said...



I was reading your recipes and they sounded interesting so I thought I'd try one for breakfast

OK so I am kinda skeptical when I try any medifast recipes as they can be hit or miss -- Second time on program with many months of weight loss ahead of me -- But I have to say this is really good -- I used regular pancake mix with a hint of salt, butter flavored Pam and this actually had a great texture and flavor that closely mimicked a buiscuit / muffin (wow) -- I used the egg mixture and a little cheese (didn't have the sausage in the freezer) and this was a hit !

Thank you so much for this !