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My 15 year old has requested my dupe on Sausage McMuffins ! All I do is use …

My 15 year old has requested my dupe on Sausage McMuffins !
All I do is use English muffins, sausage, cheese and eggs ..
Question some don’t care for the taste of the muffins. What else can be used .



thank for the original creator Stormy Hollan

46 thoughts on “My 15 year old has requested my dupe on Sausage McMuffins ! All I do is use …”

  1. Hamburger bus, or crumpets.President’s Choice brand has a thin bun. They are part of their blue menu line.

  2. Michelle Milzarski

    HOMEMADE MCDONALD’S MCGRIDDLES

    INGREDIENTS
    * 1/2 cup maple syrup
    * 1 batch of pancake batter

    * 4 eggs
    * 4 strips bacon, cooked and cut in half (or 4 cooked pork sausage patties)
    * 4 slices American cheese
    INSTRUCTIONS
    1. Before you start the maple sugar, line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a silpat if you have one. Set aside.
    2. Pour the syrup in a small pot and put over medium heat. Bring to boil, stirring frequently. Once it starts to boil heavily, make sure you keep stirring to keep it from attaching to the pot.
    3. After a minute, check the temperature if you have a thermometer. When the syrup reaches about 230ºF it will begin to “calm down” and be less frighteningly lava-like. You should notice it get slightly darker, as well.
    4. Two-three minutes later: Once it’s gotten quite dark and just when you notice a twinge of caramel-smell, remove from heat. At that point it should be 265ºF on a thermometer.
    5. Pour the maple syrup out onto your lined baking sheet and spread thinly. DO NOT TOUCH IT. It’s hot as molten lead (almost). Let cool. Pop it in the fridge if you’re in a hurry. Once cool, you can peel it off the paper in chunks and break it up by smashing it in some fashion.
    6. Phew. That’s done. Now on to the pancakes Make a single batch of my pancake recipe, or any recipe that will yield 8 4″ pancakes.
    7. If you’re using round molds for your pancakes, grease the insides with a little butter. Heat your griddle over medium heat until hot. Smear some butter around on it and place as many pancake molds as you can on the griddle.
    8. Pour 2 tablespoons batter into each one, top with several maple crystals, pour 2 more tablespoons on top of that. The idea is to sandwich the crystals within the pancakes do avoid maple sugar sticking all over your griddle and being a pain.
    9. Cook until bubbles appear around the edges AND the edges of the cakes look cooked. Remove the rings with tongs and flip the cakes. Cook another 1-2 minutes until done.
    10. Top with a slice of cheese, scrambled or fried egg, bacon or sausage, and another pancake.
    11. Eat right away! Or cool and freeze for a rainy day.

  3. Biscuits but the Thomas brand of English Muffins are the best even if just lightly toasted!

  4. Alicia Callahan

    Bay’s English muffins are the best. They are usually where you find the canned biscuits and crescent rolls but are in a package. They need to be refrigerated.

  5. Rebecca Santellan

    Raising bread or raising English muffins. If he doesn’t like raisins then cinnamon. Just adds a little sweetness.

  6. Try frozen waffles to make a breakfast sandwich. Toast them and put on egg, cheese, meat and a touch of jelly. Fun and good at the same time.

  7. Jackie Scheidt

    Thomas’s muffins taste terrible I’d go with Walmart Great Value muffins, they are on the cold section. Use a large canning jar lid to cook your egg in, spray first

  8. Jessica Ingalls

    I use pancakes to make mcgriddles all the time. I even drizzle a little syrup into the batter while they’re cooking.
    And when I’m feeling extra lazy I just use frozen waffles.

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