When I want a breakfast that’s quick and easy to make, this Light Bacon and Egg Breakfast Sandwich Recipe is one of my go-to breakfast sandwich recipes. It’s basic but oh-so flavorful and filling. I feel like I’m getting all the tastes I crave but for a lot fewer Weight Watchers Points.

I’ve also made these savory little sandwiches for lunch and dinner too, as they are just super fast and easy, and everyone loves them. And with just 4 Points per sandwich, I can save room for dessert while still staying within my Points budget.

These can also be prepared a day before and reheated in the toaster oven (but I’d wait to add the mayo until just before serving). Definitely, a great recipe to use when you need something fast and easy, but still light and healthy.


light bacon and egg breakfast sandwich

Light Bacon and Egg Breakfast Sandwich Recipe

This quick and easy breakfast sandwich recipe also makes a great lunch! Flavorful and filling, and just 4 Points.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Servings 2
Calories 182 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 2 Sandwich thin rolls
  • 4 pieces extra lean turkey bacon
  • ½ cup liquid egg substitute
  • 1 tbsp reduced fat mayo - I used Vegenaise
  • 1 small Roma tomato - sliced
  • ½ a small red onion - sliced

Instructions
 

  • Prepare turkey according to package directions.
  • While turkey is cooking, scramble liquid egg substitute in a small, nonstick frying pan over medium heat. Season with garlic powder, salt and pepper, if desired.
  • Toast sandwich thins.
  • Spread ½ tbsp light mayo onto each sandwich thin, and then layer with ½ of the scrambled eggs, 2 pieces of turkey bacon, and tomato and onion slices.

Nutrition

Serving: 1 sandwichCalories: 182 kcal (9%)Carbohydrates: 22 g (7%)Protein: 17 g (34%)Fat: 3 g (5%)Fiber: 6 g (25%)
Keyword: Light Bacon and Egg Breakfast Sandwich Recipe
Main Ingredient: Egg Recipes, Tomato Recipes
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3 Comments

  1. How is this 4 pp? Sandwich thin is 3pts, turkey bacon is 1pp per slice. Thats already 5pp….

    • When building recipes, it’s best to add up all the nutritional stats of each ingredient, and then calculate the points + based on your totals. It’s not accurate to calculate a recipe’s points value by adding up the points + of each ingredient.

  2. Emerald_Ice Reply

    I like the sandwich thin, but loathe onion,… and the idea of the egg substitute :-(
    I use 2 frozen Banquet Lite Original Brown ‘N Serve sausage links (1pp each link), a slice of LandOLakes 2% deli cheese, 1 real whole egg fried in pam sprayed frying pan, on a Lite Multi-grain English Muffin = 6 pp All that protein and fiber holds me for a good long time!

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