Monday, February 1, 2016

Royal Bacon Breakfast Burger

The Royal Bacon Breakfast Burger is the ultimate combination of breakfast and dinner. It is piled high, layer upon layer of amazing breakfast flavors. With the perfect crunch from the breakfast bun, crisp potatoes, and two types of bacon this burger is a dream come true. It is topped with a rich, luscious sunny side up egg that pulls this entire burger together. This recipe is a must make!

This is one of the many reasons
we are so excited to be partnering with Jones Dairy Farm again. February is National Hot Breakfast Month, I don't know about you, but I LOVE LOVE LOVE breakfast. But I just don't have the time to cook up my favorites in the morning. That is exactly why our friends at Jones Dairy Farm created this super fun website They want to help you enjoy the breakfast foods that you love at your dinner table. I'm game!!!

The site is packed with fabulous brinner recipes, cooking tips and a pretty fun quiz. And of course the RECIPE for this burger. You have to check it out. My favorite thing on the site is the cooking tips for eggs.

I may have never shared this with you, but I am pretty talented in the kitchen. I can cook a lot of things and bake my little heart out. However, eggs...  UGH! They are my nemesis. Over easy, sunny side up, scrambled, omelets, soft boiled, hard boiled. It is one food that really challenges me. I have to say that I mastered hard boiled eggs last summer. I was feeling pretty good, then I had this amazing idea for this Royal Bacon Breakfast Burger and I knew that I had to come through.

After 2 attempts and some fantastic tips, voila! Perfect sunny side up eggs. I can't believe it! Chad was thrilled as he loves 'em and I haven't made them successfully until now. I mean, he did get some really awesome fried eggs.  LOL. You know when the top just won't cook, you flip it. hahaha

Seriously check out the Egg Cooking Tips, you will thank me.

This burger is quite the masterpiece, with that perfectly cooked sunny side up egg on top. Chad loves to get the royal burger when we go out to eat, so I decided to take it one step further and whip up an amazing breakfast burger. It all starts with crispy hash browns topped with a cheeseburger, 2 kinds of bacon and the sunny side egg on top served on a toasted English muffin. Oh my heavens.

That is the most magnificent brinner recipe! You are going to love it.

If you would like to find more recipes, tips and information on Jones Dairy Farms, check out their Facebook and Twitter pages.


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Recipe developed by Donna Elick - The Slow Roasted Italian
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Disclosure:  This is a sponsored post in partnership with Jones Dairy Farm.  All thoughts and opinions are our own.


  1. That looks amazing! Pinning it now, my boys would love this.

    1. Awesome, Michelle! Enjoy and let us know how it goes.

  2. Want to take this to the next level? Add this topping: (it's good on any egg sandwich)
    Apricot Bacon Jam
    8 Slices Bacon
    1/3 c. Apricot Jam
    2 T. Apple Cider Vinegar
    1. Cook bacon until crisp, then allow to cool before chopping into chunks. Set aside.
    2. In small skillet heat apricot jam and vinegar over medium heat until well combined. Next, stir in bacon and bring ingredients to a rolling boil. Once this is reached, reduce flame to low and allow to simmer for 5-6 minutes.

    1. That sounds absolutely amazing!!! Thanks for sharing your recipe.

  3. Now that is a breakfast sandwich!

    1. I seriously agree Chris! It is great to see you.

  4. The Real Royal Bacon Breakfast Burger would be to use rich and buttery Havarti cheese. I use it on all my Ham and egg muffins all the time. It just tastes like more. Wife loves them.

    1. That sounds delightful Gary! I will give it a try next time. Thanks for commenting.

  5. I make something similar, but use a sausage patty instead if burger for breakfast...

    1. That sounds like a delightful breakfast sandwich! Thanks for stopping by.


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