Scramble Egg-wiches

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The great thing about this recipe is that it’s fast! It makes a perfect lunch after church on Sunday or a busy week night dinner. I found the recipe in a Rachel Ray cookbook.

Brown ham cubes in a skillet with butter

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Pour in scrambled eggs. I use one egg per sandwich. Salt and pepper the eggs when you scramble them.

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While the eggs cook, toast english muffins under the broiler. Put the scrambled eggs and ham an the toasted english muffins and add a slice of Muenster cheese. Pop it back under the broiler till the cheese melts.

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Put the tops on and eat up!

Easy substitutions to change up the recipe:
- use bacon instead of ham
- use cheddar cheese or provolone or swiss or….
- add a bit of onion
- use whole wheat toast or bagels

The possibilities are endless!

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  1. is it possible to prep these ahead and freeze them for later use?

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