12 English muffins
about 1/2 cup milk
Optional: Finely chopped onions, pepper, tomato, etc.
1 tsp. salt
12 slices of cheese of your choice (pepperjack, cheddar, Velveeta, etc.)
To freeze, wrap individual sandwiches tightly in plastic wrap and place in a freezer zipper bag. Label bag with name, date and heating instructions. To serve frozen sandwiches, remove plastic wrap and microwave for 30-60 seconds (depending on your microwave) or wrap in foil and place in 350 degree oven for 12-15 minutes.
EDITED TO ADD: Just for funsies, I decided to figure my cost for these sammies. I used my grocery store receipt (from Wal-Mart). For comparison sake, last Sunday we went through a fast food drivethrough on our way to church. We ordered 2 meals made with similar items to this recipe ;) which came with hash browns and orange juice and an order of pancakes (3 cakes) for Miss A. Our total was just under $15. Here's my cost breakdown for making these at home:
English Muffins $2.12
Cheese $1.25 (guesstimate...I used cheese leftover from another meal and I no longer have that receipt.)
Bacon $5.90 (would be cheaper if I bought on sale.)
Milk 10c ($3.50 per gallon divided by 32 half-cups)
Tax (8.75%) 94c
Total cost for 12 sammies: $11.71
Cost per sammy: 98c
That sure beats going to a fast food place any day!!! Even if I made hash browns at home and added a glass of orange juice, I wouldn't spend more than $3 a person. Sunday morning breakfast dilemma solved!