“This is a sponsored blog post; while the views expressed here were genuinely mine, consideration was paid to me by Bays English Muffins to review this product.”
You know I’m always on the go, but I love finding new options to have a healthy meal without spending hours working on it!
Well, back in the day, the only time mom would let you enjoy toasted English muffins was in the crisp morning air.
Luckily, Bays English Muffins has changed the breakfast rules, showing us that English muffins are great any time of day, not just for breakfast.
Of course, I keep enjoying English muffins for breakfast. In fact, I love playing with endless topping options, adding eggs, jelly, greens, cheese, and/or tomatoes!
Bays Original, Sourdough, Multi-Grain and Cinnamon Raisin muffins give me a lot of options. Go to bays.com to find out what stores near you carry Bays as well as finding some great Bays recipe ideas!
I want to let you know, you won’t find Bays English Muffins in the bread aisle, though. Look in the REFRIGERATED DAIRY CASE NEXT TO THE EGGS AND MILK.
I Have Narrowed Down Some Reasons Why English Muffins Are More Than Breakfast Options:
- Why label an item a breakfast only item? There are so many ways to add English Muffins to your meals!
- Sweet bites or not, alone or paired with fruits and vegetables, English Muffins are the perfect addition to any meal.
- I’ve paired my Bays English Muffins with more than 20 different options and I continue to experiment with flavors and meals.
- Bays English Muffins are always fresh, delicious and soft on my finger tips
- I never get bored and resort to unhealthy snacks when I have Bays English Muffins!
Today I am sharing with you, one of my favorite lunch recipes:
2 teaspoons Italian salad dressing
2 BAYS English Muffins, any variety, split
1/2 ounce prosciutto slices
2 thin slices tomato
3 ounces sliced smoked mozzarella cheese, quartered
2 teaspoons butter, softened
Heat panini maker according to manufacturer’s directions.
Drizzle dressing over cut sides of muffin halves. Place prosciutto, tomato, and cheese on bottom muffin halves; cover with tops. Spread butter on outside of sandwiches.
Place sandwiches into panini maker; close lid. Cook 4 to 5 minutes or until muffins are golden brown and cheese is melted.
Tip: I drizzle 1 TSP of Olive Oil on the Panini Maker for a softer bite and to avoid burning the crust!
Delicious, isn’t it?
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