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Nutrition Facts

  Servings Per Recipe: 1
  Serving Size: 1 serving

Amount Per Serving
  Calories 322.5
  Total Fat 16.0 g
      Saturated Fat 4.0 g
      Polyunsaturated Fat 5.7 g
      Monounsaturated Fat 4.9 g
  Cholesterol 214.2 mg
  Sodium 648.8 mg
  Potassium 187.6 mg
  Total Carbohydrate 25.4 g
      Dietary Fiber 9.0 g
      Sugars 0.4 g
  Protein 23.3 g
  Vitamin A 16.7 %
  Vitamin B-12 10.7 %
  Vitamin B-6 3.6 %
  Vitamin C 0.0 %
  Vitamin D 4.3 %
  Vitamin E 3.8 %
  Calcium 17.7 %
  Copper 2.6 %
  Folate 5.9 %
  Iron 19.1 %
  Magnesium 1.5 %
  Manganese 1.0 %
  Niacin 10.2 %
  Pantothenic Acid     7.2 %
  Phosphorus     9.6 %
  Riboflavin 22.0 %
  Selenium 22.5 %
  Thiamin 122.3 %
  Zinc 3.7 %


*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


Calories in Sherle's Breakfast Sandwich

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Calories per Ingredient

Here are the foods from our food nutrition database that were used for the nutrition calculations of this recipe.

Calories per serving of Sherle's Breakfast Sandwich

100 calories of Thomas' Light Multi-Grain English Muffin, (1 serving)

90 calories of Fried Egg, (1 large)

80 calories of Morningstar Farms Sausage Patties, (1 serving)

45 calories of I Can't Believe It's Not Butter, Light Spread (Soft), 1 Tbsp, (1 serving)


Nutrition & Calorie Comments  

I had this for breakfast this morning and loved it. I used 1 tsp of olive oil instead of butter because I'm on the "Belly Fat Diet" and I need to get my "mufas" in with each meal (either nuts, olive oil, dark chocolate, avocado or olives). Submitted by:
FORSIXTIES

(3/15/09)
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I have been making my daughter an open face derivative of this with lean turkey rolled sausage for years using a slice of sausage, a flipped egg, 1 slice of Kraft Fat Free Cheddar Cheese and 1 slice of whole grain white toasted bread (she hates whole wheat), and no butter. I ccok the sausage slice Submitted by:
BARBLAM1

(1/20/09)
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Looks good. It's a good balance of carbs and protein and has fiber too. I'm not worried about the fat content, fat doesn't make you fat, sugars and processed carbs make you fat. Look at diabetics, they gain weight because they have too much sugar for their body to handle, not fat. Submitted by:
LEAHBUG82

(12/5/08)
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Great idea. I substituted Jimmy Dean 50% less fat sausage, a scrambled egg (my personal fav.), and Land O Lakes reduced fat butter spread with canola oil. I also added some 2% milk sharp cheddar cheese. YUM! Submitted by:
PEGASUSDANCING

(11/6/08)
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I usually substitute a thin slice of ham for the meat. Sometimes I add a slice of cheese for added protein. I have also made on a bagel as a variation. All varieties are easy and yummy! I like that you have control (I love the taste of an egg mcmuffin, but loathe the greasiness!) Much healthier Submitted by:
MA2JASON

(10/12/08)
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I make this but use Canadian Bacon, 4 slices are 60 calories, I use 2 and cut them up and make scrambled eggs or use egg substitute or egg whites. My husband likes it, it's one of his favorites. Submitted by:
ROSE251

(7/23/08)
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mmm..... is good but it has to much fat and calories
isnt it??
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GABYMEJIA16

(7/20/08)
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I disagree. I made this recipe, and used butter spray (0 cals). It tasted great, and the protein and fat kept me full for a while. A whole sandwich for less calories than my typical high-fiber cereal-milk combo. Submitted by:
CM070188

(7/19/08)
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wow i came to this site to loose weight this has alot of calories fat cholesterol it dont seem very good for you Submitted by:
KACEA80

(7/18/08)
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I love cheese on these, but I scramble an egg white to lower the fat count so I can enjoy the cheese without feeling guilty. Submitted by:
IMCINDILOUWHO

(7/15/08)
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Great breakfast you can take to go, but I like a whole wheat english muffin & fat free mayo instead of the butter. Submitted by:
CARYLENE

(7/13/08)
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When I breakfast at McDonald's the egg mcMuffin with Canadian Bacon is the only sandwich that doesn't give me an upset stomach from fat overload. Canadian Bacon (if you prepare this at home) is very lean. I often remove most of all of the cheese. Submitted by:
ONEDAYSOON3

(7/13/08)
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Try with spicy hummus instead of butter for kick (with less calories and fat!) Submitted by:
EARLYGRRRL118

(7/13/08)
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i have my own version too, but if you pan fry the egg you can "pop" out the yolk when it's done cooking and that saves some fat! Submitted by:
IAMBEACHSITTIN

(7/13/08)
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very good, my vaiation is using a frozen scrambled egg patty, you can also substitue a small amount of sugar free grape jelly. Awesome. Submitted by:
HOLLYBARRY

(7/13/08)
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Sounds like of fat in it for me I try to keep my fat intake down to about 12 to 16 grams a day Submitted by:
MCRIBBS

(7/13/08)
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Sounds yummy, but just a little to high in calories/fat. I think I'm gonna try it but with an all white meat turkey patty and Egg Beaters instead! Submitted by:
ALI_ALLIGATOR

(7/13/08)
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Bad idea, as this is NOT a good replacement for an egg mcmuffin at all. A regular sandwich from mcdonalds has 300 calories & 12g fat -with- cheese but without sausage. Basically, you're losing the cheese & canadian bacon, adding a veggie "sausage" here; the only diff is less sodium. Submitted by:
RACKMYBRAINS

(7/13/08)
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I have made these for my family for years. I like to use the eggbeaters and a slice of lowfat american cheese. I have also used the turkey sausage instead of the morning star, less fat and sodium that way. Also, you can use toasted whole wheat bread instead of an english muffin. We like Ezekiel Submitted by:
CLASSICROX

(7/13/08)
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hmmmm I'm not sure about this one. It sounds yummy but has a lot of fat and sodium Submitted by:
MINI-ME2BE

(7/13/08)
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I makes this all the time except I use egg whites and one slice of canadian bacon and one reduced fat slice of cheese and mine has 250 calories Submitted by:
SANDRA013

(7/13/08)
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to the person mentioning that an egg mcmuffin has only 300 calories...you are right, and egg mcmuffin does... but this recipe is trying to replace the SAUSAGE egg mcmuffin sandwhich which has 450 calories...so this is much healthier. Submitted by:
LIZKING

(7/13/08)
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I'm not sure I would make this as per the information on this site, McDonald Egg Mcmuffin only has 300 calories vs this recipes 322 and the Egg Mcmuffin has 12 grams of fat vs this recipes 16 grams. For me it is just easier picking up an Egg McMuffin and it has cheese. Submitted by:
UCANBHOLD

(7/13/08)
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I have a small non stick pan just for eggs as I find most pans, from cleaning, do not keep that non stick quality.Also us I can't believe it's not butter light,a little to fry with.That product's fat free is like warm pudding so stay away.If using a whole egg,Egland's Best really is a better egg. Submitted by:
COOKIEJIM

(7/13/08)
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I will have to add the breakfast patties to my shopping list! YUMMY! Great fiber too. :) Submitted by:
BEANAREENO

(7/13/08)
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Sounds good, if you add a slice of melted Amer. cheese (like the real one) wonder how I can reduce the high sodium though? Submitted by:
BABYFACE26

(7/13/08)
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Sounds great, but I reduce fat and calories by using WW Eng. Muffin, lg. poached egg, and 1 slice fat free ham. Is only 203.5 calories. Submitted by:
KSPILLS713

(7/13/08)
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If you break the yolk of the egg and put it in a small bowl, you can microwave the egg in about 1minute for quicker results. Lower the trans-fat by using real butter, and lower the total fat content by using egg whites only (but you lose nutrients from the yolk) Submitted by:
WESTENDGIRL75

(6/8/08)
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