Mini Sausage, Egg & Waffle Sandwiches

Thanks to Johnsonville for providing the delicious sausage for this post!  All opinions are my own.

I’m always searching for new breakfast ideas that are easy, quick and tasty.  And, since my family prefers sausage links to sausage patties (insert eye roll) I created mini sausage, egg & waffle sandwiches with Johnsonville original sausage links and I did it all in under 20 minutes.  Of course, feel free to use Johnsonville sausage patties if you’d like.

Johnsonville Sausage

First of all, I baked the eggs instead of frying them.  It’s so much easier to spray a muffin tin with cooking spray, break an egg into each tin and bake at 350º for 10-15 minutes.  That’s it!  And they are so pretty!

Mini Breakfast Sandwiches

While the eggs were baking, I cooked the Johnsonville Original Sausage Links  in a skillet, following the directions on the package.  When the eggs and sausage were almost done, I popped the mini waffles in the oven for a few minutes.  You can use a toaster, of course, but I donated mine a while back.  It’s a long story.

Once everything is done, assemble the sandwiches by placing an egg on top of a mini waffle, add a sausage link (cut in half) and another waffle.  You can also add cheese if you’d like, but I add a drizzle of maple syrup.  Syrup makes everything taste better in my opinion.


Mini Sausage, Egg & Waffle Sandwiches
Author: Alli Smith
  • Johnsonville Original Recipe Breakfast Sausage Links
  • Eggs
  • Mini Waffles
  • Maple Syrup
  1. Preheat oven to 350º.
  2. Spray a muffin tin with cooking spray and crack an egg into each muffin tin.
  3. Bake for 10-15 minutes.
  4. Meanwhile, cook Johnsonville sausage according to package directions.
  5. About 5-6 minutes before sausage is done, pop the mini waffles into a toaster or a preheated oven and bake according to package directions.
  6. Assemble by placing an egg on top of a mini waffle. Add the sausage and top with another mini waffle. Enjoy.

My family really enjoys digging into my mini sausage, egg and waffle sandwiches.  Hope you family enjoys them, too!

Mini Breakfast Sandwiches

I’ve got to know:  Do you like link sausage or patties the best?



About Alli

Southern, Morning Person, Jesus Girl, Frugal Party Planner, Writer/Blogger, Mom, Nana, Wife, Beach Bum Wannabe - Let's Have a Party!


  1. These look so delicious! I will have to make these for my husband this weekend! We love to cook breakfast on Saturdays!

  2. You are so full of good ideas, Alli! I love this! And Jerrod would REALLY love it LOL

  3. Ok, so this just might be the BEST IDEA EVER. I hate making breakfast so I am always looking for easy ways to prepare something that tastes great. Can’t wait to try this!

  4. oh yummy, I am absolutely loving the this, making so hungry right now so delicious.

  5. Those look delicious! My daughter will love them!

  6. Oh my gosh these are awesome. I just have to try making some of these for a special breakfast.

  7. This breakfast sandwiches look delicious. I have never seen eggs cooked in a muffin pan. What a super idea!! I will be trying them !

  8. This is my kind of breakfast – sweet and salty. Yum! We like the sausage links too….lol. I think it’s a mental thing with the shape.

  9. What a great idea for breakfast. It’s quick and easy and clean up shouldn’t even be all that bad. Very nicely done!

  10. I like this idea!! this is a good breakfast for the kids.

  11. Oh my, I think I might have to whip these up for school breakfast. They look so yummy!

  12. My kids always wanted this, this is were favorite, I’m gonna make it again today.

  13. Yum! That looks like the perfect weekend breakfast. I’ll have to give it a try soon!

  14. NYC SingleMom says

    This is a great idea. I am always looking for breakfast ideas especially during the school week. Will have to try this my daughter to see if she will the egg prepared this way. She is scrambled egg kid.

  15. Wow. Talk about best invention ever. This is amazing, my kids would love these and probably request them all the time. I’m going to make them these for sure!

  16. This looks like a delightful breakfast! Quick and easy recipe that will fill and warm my boy’s tummies!

  17. This is such an amazing breakfast idea for the grandchildren! And I’m sure my husband would get a kick out of it too! Thank you for sharing! 🙂

  18. Rebecca Swenor says

    For some reason I was thinking about these sandwiches this morning with the waffles. I am so making these for sure. They look so delicious. Yummy!!! Thanks for sharing.

  19. Yum these look so good! I love the idea of cooking eggs in a muffin tray, so easy and clever! Thanks for sharing!

  20. These look soooo yummy! I’ll definitely be making these for the kids. They are going to love them!

  21. These breakfast sandwiches are adorable!! I bet they taste yummy as well!! Great recipe!!

  22. That looks like a really fun twist on traditional breakfast foods. They’ll be great back to school breakfasts!

  23. What a fun way to use family faves with a twist. Breakfast is easy to rut out in too, so that makes this extra cool. 🙂

  24. These look so delish, can’t wait to make some. Today is my grocery day so I will buy what I need for the weekend. I love sausage in any form patty’s or linke’s, smoked or regular flavor, it just depend on what I have on hand.

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