The Best [Breakfast] Sandwich Ever!

Hey guys! Hope you all had a great time at the What I Ate Wednesday Party yesterday! You know, I heard that Ollie Oats and Peggy Peanut Butter got caught in a pretty “heated” situation back behind the bleachers…I just hope Johnny Jam doesn’t hear about this…

Speaking of oats, lately I’ve been a bit disappointed with my oat creations for breakfast, so instead of trying for like the third day in a row to create what in my mind tastes like a trip to Disneyland, I decided to forego the oats altogether and go for something completely different.


Oats? What oats?

A broiled portabello mushroom is good.

A broiled portabello mushroom on a sandwich with hummus and egg?


Go ahead, lick the screen…I won’t tell! 😉

What is your favorite breakfast sandwich combo?

And don’t forget, if you haven’t entered my giveaway yet, there’s still a couple of hours left to enter to win a copy of It Must’ve Been Something I Ate by Peggy Kotsopoulos!

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34 Responses to The Best [Breakfast] Sandwich Ever!

  1. Hummus and eggs are so good together!

  2. I may have (o.k. I DID) just licked the screen!

    I’ve been not so impressed with my oats lately, time to branch out! Thanks for the inspiration. 🙂

  3. Oooohhh yum! I have been eating an egg on toast with salt, pepper, ketchup and Tabasco, but girl, your creation certainly knocks mine out of the water! Why didn’t I think of hummus with eggs sooner!? and broiled portabello? mmm

  4. oh the screen has been licked.

    and i pinned this on pinterest. i want it. like now

    • kissmybroccoli says:

      Aww, I’ve been pinned! …does this mean we’re going steady now? Do you want to meet my parents? Lol!

  5. Yum! That looks awesome 😀 I don’t think I have a favorite breakfast sandwich 🙁 Except maybe peanut butter and banana but I think that may be too boring to count, haha. That needs to change though. I’m making bread tomorrow, I am totally in a sandwich mood now.

  6. Missy says:

    I love Portabellos any way I can get them! That sandwich is very creative and super duper delish! I think hummus goes with just about anything.
    I dont really eat breakfast sandwiches so I dont have a favorite. But if I did, I’m sure it would involve eggs, jam, mushrooms, cheese and turkey bacon.

  7. DANG that looks amazing. DANG. I love a portobello. You have done it, girl.

    and I’m still laughing about Ollie + Peggy. 😉

  8. Dawn says:

    This sandwich looks phenom! I love an egg sandwich, on an english muffin. Throw on some feta cheese, cracked pepper, tomato, perhaps some ketchup. Yum!

  9. I loooove egg sandwiches with hummus and tomato…and I can only imagine how good it is with spinach and a portabello, too! Yum :] That said…I can’t “do” savory for breakfast anymore…but I’d have this for lunch or dinner in a hot second 😉

  10. Katie says:

    That egg looks perfect. 🙂

  11. I normally go for sweet over savory breakfasts….But, that looks delish! Bookmarked!

  12. Hummus, eggs, lettuce and tomato on a waffle sandwich is my all time favorite breakfast sandwich! Yours looks amazing! YUM!

  13. Kelsey says:

    YUM! That tomato looks extra fresh and amazing! I LOVE tomatoes in the summertime

  14. Oh wow, that IS a masterpiece! I LOVE hummus on sandwiches but I’ve never tried it with egg! Great way to get a protein boost! I need to buy some bread so I can try this! haha

  15. I have every single thing that meal requires. Making it for lunch. Is it lunch yet?

  16. Your sandwich looks yummy… minus the fungus! ha ha, I hate mushrooms!!

    My favorite bfast sandwich is a plain old ham, egg (over easy (or over sleazy as my husband calls it)), and cheese on an everything bagel!

  17. That looks delicious! As I was preparing the hubby’s lunch today (hummus and cucumber slices, among other things) I licked the spoon when I was done and thought, hummus for breakfast would actually taste pretty good. Looks like you were one step ahead of me on that one 🙂

  18. I would totally love this sandwich for breakfast! It would be such a treat!! Too bad I’m too lazy to make it!

  19. OMG girl, I swear we think the same! I wouldn’t be surprised if I came to visit you and we woke up wanting thee exact. same. breakfast. 🙂 Hehe.
    Too late, I already licked the screen– making that asap!

  20. PB&Jenny says:

    I’m usually craving something sweet in the morning.

    Oh, who am I kidding? I’m usually craving something sweet all the time. But me thinks this would make a fabulous lunch 🙂

  21. omg that looks to die for. I loooove eggs/egg sandwiches for breakfast, and I adore portobellos, but I never thought to combine the two. making this ASAP!

  22. Ragnhild says:

    Ah, this looks amazing!! I had my first whole portabello (grilled) the other day, and I had no idea they where so meaty and yummi! This combo sounds super delicious!!

  23. holy crap. that looks GOOOOD!

  24. Megan says:

    Not gonna lie, I’m really tempted to lick the screen 😛
    Love the step by step tutorial, it looks so tasty!

  25. I think that is such an appropriate title because that truly looks like the BEST breakfast sandwich EVER! Good job. I think I might love you 🙂

  26. THEY NEED TO SERVE THIS AT RESTAURANTS!!! my gosh girl, incredible!! <3

  27. The only breakfast sandwich I’ve ever made involves lots of sweet stuff- bananas, maple syrup, and peanut butter! Yummmm. This looks delicious, although I would definitely eat it at lunch. I have a hangup about eating veggies before noon- I know, I am weird 🙂

  28. ohh mannn, this breakfast sandwich looks epic-ly delicious. If that’s a word…

  29. Maya says:

    This was a really good sandwich!
    I never realized how much hummus would bring to it…
    Sadly, I couldn’t “noochify” it – I couldn’t find nutritional yeast so bought dry active yeast instead, soon to realize I couldn’t even used it 🙁

    • kissmybroccoli says:

      Oh no! Yeah, nutritional yeast and active dry are totally different animals! Usually, you can only find nutritional yeast in health food-type stores. It takes a little getting used to, but the best way to start out with it (in my opinion) is mixed in hummus. If you’re having a hard time tracking it down though, I’d be more than happy to zip you up some in a baggie and mail it to ya! That way you can give it a try without having to buy a whole container. Just let me know!

  30. Donna says:

    Could this be made celiac-friendly by using mega-portabellos as “the BREAD”?!…Absolutely gorgeous mix of color/ingredients…a perfect combo that screams “get out of bed!”…At least….for me personally!!

    An aside….I simply LOVE your haircut (on your blog photo) and am shamelessly going to take it to my hairdresser here in France to see if she can possibly duplicate it…Sooo pretty and not the usual “coiffure” you see in this vicinity!…

    Thanks for sharing your culinary creativity!

    • kissmybroccoli says:

      Of course! That or you could use any type of gluten-free bread alternative…or maybe even socca flatbread!

      Thank you so so much for your sweet comments! You’ve definitely got me blushing over here! Hope you like your new ‘do! 😀

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