These sausage, egg, and cheese muffins come together pretty fast and are pretty easy as long as you have everything prepped beforehand.
Preheat the oven to broil and set the top rack close to the broiler. Also preheat the Foreman grill or panini press if you’re making sausage patties from a roll of sausage. (The frozen, precooked patties would work great here too and save a step.)
Split and toast under the broiler until slightly brown:
8 English muffins
Set the muffins aside for now. Form into 8 small patties:
1 lb. ground sausage
Start cooking the sausage on the Foreman/panini press and whisk together in a bowl:
Cook the eggs 4 at a time in a pan. I heated the pan until hot, added a teaspoon of oil and swirled it around, and cooked the eggs like an omelet, turning off the burner once I had flipped it but not folding it over. Set the eggs on a plate cut them into quarters. Repeat with the other 4 eggs.
By now, the sausage patties are probably done, so set them aside. Place on each English muffin:
1 slice American cheese (1/2 piece per half of English muffin)
Put the muffins under the broiler until the cheese melts. Assemble the sausage, egg, and cheese muffins with 1 sausage patty and 1 quarter piece of egg, folding if necessary to make it fit.