Donut Breakfast Sandwich, i.e., Making Breakfast Like a Pro

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Prep Time: 5 min
Cook Time: 10 min
Total Time: 15 min
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Okay, folks. Buckle up. Things are getting crazy. Sure, you can classify this as a breakfast sandwich. But the word sandwich is literally incapable of doing this recipe justice. Because what this really is, is a magical—maybe even mythical—combination of some of the most amazing individual foods ever devised. A glazed donut. Lebanon bologna. Omelet. And melty, mouthwatering Cooper® cheese. How is this possible, you ask? Honestly, it could be sorcery. Very, very yummy sorcery.


• 1 glazed donut
• 2–3 eggs*
• 2 slices Lebanon bologna*
• 4 slices Cooper® Sharp White cheese, shredded or hand torn
• butter or cooking spray
• water or milk (optional)


• Take a glazed donut and cut it in half horizontally. Set aside.

• In a small bowl, crack the eggs and stir well. If you prefer a thinner consistency, add a small amount of water or milk and whisk until combined.

• Preheat a small frying pan. Melt a tablespoon of butter in the pan or carefully apply non-stick cooking spray.

• Pour about half the egg mixture into the pan. Move the pan in a circular motion to evenly distribute the egg. When the egg starts to set and no visible liquid egg remains, place a slice of Lebanon bologna and some shredded Cooper® cheese over the egg mixture in the pan.

• Once cheese starts to melt, use a spatula to fold over half the egg. Flip the folded egg and heat a bit longer if necessary to fully cook the egg and melt the cheese. Transfer to a plate and keep warm. Repeat to create a second omelet with the remaining egg, bologna, and remaining shredded Cooper® cheese.

Assemble your sandwich:
• Set the bottom half of the donut on a plate. Place one omelet on top of the donut half and fold again if necessary. Place the second omelet, folding if desired. Cap with the top portion of donut.

• Probably give yourself just a second to stare at your sandwich. Take it all in. This will be one amazing breakfast.

• Okay, now dig in.


*Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness.

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