Hungry Sister Egg Sandwiches

Waking up late on a Sunday morning means a quiet house, a puppy snuggling in your bed and no alarm clocks! What a wonderful combination. My sister, Emily, and I woke up this morning and made these tasty fluffy egg sandwiches. The trick is the eggs- read on for the secret!

For the eggs:

  • 5 Eggs
  • Dash of garlic powder
  • 3 tbs olive oil
  • 2 dollops of sour cream or greek yogurt

For the sandwich:

  • 2 Bialys (They’re kind of like a bagel, but thinner and lighter)
  • Slices of cheese, tomato
  • Butter or cream cheese


  1. Heat up a saucepan to high with the olive oil
  2. Beat the eggs together in a bowl and stir in a dash or so of garlic powder
  3. (If you’re not good with hot oil or multitasking, you may need help with this next part) Slowly pour the egg mixture into the hot pan and stir the eggs nonstop, turning the heat to low.
  4. Once the eggs begin to slightly form, stir in the sour cream or greek yogurt into the eggs. Do not stop stirring!
  5. Stop stirring when it looks like clouds of egg-y goodness, you don’t want stiff eggs in your sandwich when you already have the bread to chew on


I like mine with a slice of tomato and swiss cheese, but Emily just dressed her bialy with a swipe of cream cheese and ate the eggs separate. Moose was quite upset that she didn’t get any :/ Poor thing; it’s so difficult being a puppy.


Categories: Food

Author:Rachel Johnson

Writer/Photographer/Food Person Stupid Good: When food is so simple and delicious, it's just stupid.

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