Camping Breakfast Sandwiches

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Camping Breakfast Sandwiches is a fun recipe for all of the campers out there.

Two Camping Breakfast Sandwiches sitting side by side on a striped blue plate

These goodies are easily made with your camping equipment- you’ll just need a portable grill, a camping stock pot and a small skillet.  It’s the kind of breakfast that you’ll make and enjoy, and it will keep you full for a long hike or a lazy day of reading in a lounge chair under a tall tree.

Set up at a campground for making Camping Breakfast Sandwiches. camp stove with blue pot and skillet on top. tray with ingredients for the sandwiches on top. english muffins on a cutting board.

Here’s what your setup looks like!

Ingredients displayed for Camping Breakfast Sandwiches: English muffins, avocado, salsa, ham, cheese, scrambled eggs in a plastic bag and eggs in a basket. Utensils and a cutting board on the side.

Ingredients needed (adjust according to your preference):

  • eggs
  • English muffins
  • ham or bacon
  • butter
  • avocado
  • cheese
  • salsa

Photos showing how to make Camping Omelettes in a Bag: eggs and ham in a zip baggie, then putting the zip baggie into a boiling blue pot of water and then the cooked omelette in a bag

For the eggs, you can make them “camping omelette style.”  This is a no-mess way to make the eggs.  Just scramble the eggs in a zip baggie and add a little ham or cooked bacon.  Drop the (closed) zip baggie into a pot of boiling water and just let it cook until it is no longer runny.  This is an amazing way to make an omelette while you’re camping.  It turns out perfect!!

English muffins toasting in a skillet and then an after-photo of the toasted muffins

For the English muffin part, I spread a little butter on the muffins and toast them butter-side-down on a hot skillet to get them toasty.  You can do this while your eggs are cooking.

Two Camping Breakfast Sandwiches in a skillet and then a 2nd photo of the lid on top of the skillet

Once the eggs are cooked, assemble the breakfast sandwiches.  Spread mashed avocado on an English muffin, cut a piece of the omelette and place it on top of the avocado.  Add the cheese and muffin top.  Place the breakfast sandwiches in a skillet with the lid on top and let them heat for a few minutes.

Two Camping Breakfast Sandwiches sitting side by side on a striped tablecloth

Once they’re completely warmed up, they’re ready to eat!

Hand holding a Camping Breakfast Sandwich

You’re camping, you’re starving, and you get to eat this delicious breakfast sandwich!!  Add salsa if you’d like.  And let the nearby campers stare at you with big-time envy.  Enjoy!

Here are a few more breakfast sandwiches you might enjoy:

two camping breakfast sandwiches sitting side by side on a blue striped tablecloth
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Camping Breakfast Sandwiches

An amazing way to enjoy breakfast while camping!
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings 2 sandwiches
Calories 631kcal
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Keyword breakfast, camping, sandwiches,

Ingredients

  • 3 large eggs
  • 1/2 cup chopped ham or cooked bacon
  • 1 quart-sized zip baggie
  • 2 whole English muffins
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 1 small avocado, peeled and mashed
  • 2 slices American cheese
  • salsa, for serving (optional)

Instructions

  • Bring a large pot of water to boil on your camping stove.  Scramble your eggs in the zip baggie and add the ham or bacon.  Zip the bag closed and drop into the boiling water.  Boil and cook the eggs, turning the baggie occasionally, until you can no longer spot any runny egg in the bag (about 10 minutes).
  • While your eggs are cooking, prepare the English muffins.  Gently break them apart and spread each half with butter.  Heat a small pan on your other camping burner and place the English muffins butter-side-down in the pan.  Cook until the muffins are browned.  Remove from the pan and toast the other muffin.  Top each muffin bottom with the mashed avocado.
  • When the eggs are cooked through, open the zip and slide the cooked egg onto a plate.  Cut into two pieces and place on top of the avocado.  Top each egg muffin with cheese and put the other half of the muffin on top. 
  • Place the breakfast sandwiches back into the pan, place the lid on top and heat them on low until they are sufficiently warmed and the cheese has slightly melted.  Add salsa, if you’d like.  Devour immediately!

Nutrition

Serving: 1sandwich | Calories: 631kcal | Carbohydrates: 38g | Protein: 28g | Fat: 41g | Saturated Fat: 14g | Cholesterol: 337mg | Sodium: 935mg | Potassium: 719mg | Fiber: 7g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 925IU | Vitamin C: 10mg | Calcium: 274mg | Iron: 2mg
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  • Shawn @ I Wash You Dry wrote:

    Oh man, Lori!! This looks so good! I can definitely see myself going camping with these delicious sandwiches! 

  • Sandy @ RE wrote:

    So yummy! We’ve done the egg in a bag trick for years, now all we need are some of those yummy English muffins! We love an egg sandwich … great post, Lori! Let’s go camping together!!

  • Jocelyn @BruCrew Life wrote:

    I do love a good breakfast sandwich, but in the comfort of my home.  LOL!  I am totally intrigued by the egg in a bag though.  I have never seen that done before!  Love it!

  • Jamie | My Baking Addiction wrote:

    I am so not the camping type, but these sandwiches make me at least want to sit around a fire and make breakfast! These look amazing, Lori! 

  • Lori @ Foxes Love Lemons wrote:

    Yesssssss omelets in a bag! I made those a long long time ago at girl scout camp, and just in the last few years I introduced my in-laws to them. I was SHOCKED they didn’t know about them already, because they are camping all-stars. I was pretty proud of being able to teach them something about camping 🙂 Pass the english muffins, please!

  • Karen @ On the Banks of Salt Creek wrote:

    These look really good.
    Since moving to the homestead we don’t camp anymore but I’m going to have to do this for breakfast anyway.

  • Karly wrote:

    I mean, camping is not my thing, but I might consider if it I knew I would wake up to these babies!

  • Jenny Flake wrote:

    Love this idea Lori!  What a delicious looking sandwich!!  

  • Miss @ Miss in the Kitchen wrote:

    These English muffin breakfast sandwiches would be a huge hit with my guys anytime of day.  Totally genius to cook the eggs in a baggie, I would not have thought of that!  

  • Amy @Very Culinary wrote:

    We’re going camping in a few weeks, so once again your timing is perfection. Am totally making these! Love English Muffins. Breakfast sandwiches FTW.