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    Scissors Homemade McMuffins

    I make my own McMuffins. I take 2 egg whites, 1 turkey sausage, 1 english muffin, and 2 tbsp of shredded cheese, I toast the muffin, and place the remaining ingredents inside, and freeze them individually. They are healthy, cheap, and not to mention fast in the morning. ENJOY!

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    Wow, sounds great! I have to try this. Thanks for the idea!

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    I do this all the time. You can fry some frozen hash brown patties and make it really seem like McD's for a fraction of the cost. I get my frozen patties from Walmart, but have also seen them at Kroger near the frozen potatos or near the frozen breakfast foods. For a lower fat version of this try putting the hash browns in the oven and baking them instead of frying.

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    I make my own McMuffins. I take 2 egg whites, 1 turkey sausage, 1 english muffin, and 2 tbsp of shredded cheese, I toast the muffin, and place the remaining ingredents inside, and freeze them individually. They are healthy, cheap, and not to mention fast in the morning. ENJOY!

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    How do you reheat these? Do you thaw the night before then stick in the toaster oven? Do you stick them frozen in the microwave? I assume everything is cooked before assembling, yes?

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    I heat them in the microwave for about 1 1/2 minutes in the ziplock bag I froze them in. They are sooooo good and healthy!
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    Ive made these before, but never thought about freezing them. Great idea!thanks
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    Thanks, you have taken the one weekly (fast food) meal away from me. Just kidding. This is great, just wish we had a bigger freezer, for everyones ideas.
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    Thanks, you have taken the one weekly (fast food) meal away from me. Just kidding. This is great, just wish we had a bigger freezer, for everyones ideas.
    Glad to help! It really was a blessing for me when I was working. Enjoy
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