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Hot Dogs for Breakfast- A Taste Treat

Updated on August 15, 2014

Hot Dog, Egg and Cheese Breakfast Sandwiches

This idea of Hot Dogs for Breakfast comes by way of trying to figure out how to use a lot of leftover hot dogs. Have you ever had a family bbq or children's birthday party and realized after it was too late that you cooked way too many hot dogs? I found that this is a perfect situation to make Hot Dog, Egg and Cheese Sandwiches for breakfast. 

When you think of it, using hot dogs is not much different than putting sausage or bacon on a sandwich and the grilled hot dogs add a lot of flavor. Make this sandwich your own by using your favorite type of bread, cheese and tasty additions.

Serving Size

Serves: Makes 1 sandwich


  • 2 slices sandwich bread
  • 2 tsp. mayonnaise
  • 1 slice cheese
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 leftover hot dog, sliced
  • salt and pepper to taste


  1. Toast bread and spread one side with mayonnaise.
  2. Lay cheese slice over mayo.
  3. Meanwhile prepare a small pan with cooking spray over medium heat.
  4. Fry egg, breaking yolk in pan, add hot dog slices.
  5. Cook until egg is desired consistency and hot dog is heated through.
  6. Place egg and hot dog on top of cheese.
  7. Top with other bread slice, flip over and cut in half.
Hamilton Beach 25475A Breakfast Sandwich Maker
Hamilton Beach 25475A Breakfast Sandwich Maker

An easy way to make hot dog breakfast sandwiches and more.



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    • asereht1970 profile image

      asereht1970 3 years ago

      Those sandwiches looks yummy.

    • topclimb lm profile image

      topclimb lm 3 years ago

      When I was a kid, my mom use to make us kids something like your recipe and I loved them. Thanks for the memories... and very nice lens!

    • drfederico profile image

      Federico 3 years ago

      wow i love sandwiches with sausage! I used hebrew national