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  • Ready in 5 minutes, cook delicious breakfast sandwiches in the comfort of your own home
  • Use your own fresh ingredients, including eggs, cheese and much more
  • Make sandwiches with English muffins, biscuits, small bagels, and more
  • All removable parts are dishwasher safe; surfaces are covered with durable, nonstick coating
  • Quick and easy recipes included
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  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 6.9 x 8.8 inches ; 2.4 pounds
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,336 customer reviews)
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Color: Gray | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging

Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker

Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker

Forget the fast food drive-through. With the Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker, you can enjoy a hot, homemade breakfast sandwich in under 5 minutes. Simply place the ingredients inside, build the base of your sandwich in the bottom layer, place the egg on the cooking plate and close the lid. Slide the cooking plate out and your sandwich assembles itself. Open the lid and your hot breakfast sandwich is ready to eat. The included recipe book provides a variety of breakfast sandwich options, from the traditional egg, ham and cheese to the unique cheddar, apple, bacon and egg croissant sandwich.

Breakfast Made Easy (and Delicious)

How to Use

Once preheated, place the bottom half of your bread choice onto the bottom plate and top it with ingredients such as precooked meats, cheese and vegetables. Then, lower the top ring and cooking plate. Crack an egg onto the cooking plate and pierce the yolk. Place the other half of your bread selection on top of the egg and close the cover. After 5 minutes, rotate the cooking plate handle clockwise until it stops. Using an oven mitt, lift the ring assembly and cover via the bottom handle and voilà, your breakfast sandwich is complete. Simply remove the sandwich with a plastic or wooden utensil and enjoy!

Top Plate
Top plate gently toasts the bread on top and holds the heat inside
First Layer
First layer cooks the bottom half of your breakfast sandwich
Egg Layer
Egg layer cooks a fresh egg perfectly, right inside your sandwich
Final Step
Egg plate slides out to finish your breakfast sandwich

Care and Cleaning

Breakfast Sandwich

Clean up is a breeze with the Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker. Once done making your sandwich, unplug the unit and let it cool. Remove the ring assembly by holding the bottom handle open and lifting straight up. Simply place the ring assembly in the top rack of your dishwasher. Wipe down the top and bottom heating plates, as well as the unit itself, with a damp, soapy cloth, then remove the soap with a damp cloth.

Customer Reviews

Makes a great breakfast sandwich!
quesera7
I bought this as a gift for my husband.....we love it!
M. Schroeder
So easy to use and easy to clean.
marple200

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2,058 of 2,093 people found the following review helpful By Kilgore Trout on November 2, 2013
Product Packaging: Standard PackagingColor Name: Gray Verified Purchase
About six months ago I purchased my first sandwich maker as an impulse buy. I'm a bit of a gadget guy so i succumbed to the impulse. My usual weekly routine was to stop by the McD's on my way to work and buy a McMuffin with egg or sausage each day. The coffee comes with me from home, so its a single purchase stop.

My first attempt at making a sausage sandwich at home was mediocre at best when compared to my drive through experience. The issues were;

1. The muffin was too small and did not contain the egg and sausage properly.

2. The egg stuck to the maker leaving a mess to clean up.

3. The egg leaked a bit around the sliding plate making a small mess.

4. The precooked sausage and Canadian bacon was not heated properly.

5. The egg was tough from over cooking.

After a bit of experimenting all the issues were solved and I have been enjoying breakfast sandwiches each morning, and know whats in them. Here is what I learned.

The first problem of too small a muffin was solved by carefully selecting which brand you buy. From my experience, the cheaper the muffin, the smaller it is. You want a full size muffin that will fill the makers cooking chamber. Since I live down the street from a restaurant supply company, I buy my muffins there. They are full size and come in 10 packs. Surprisingly, they are cheaper per muffin than my local grocery store.

The next problem was solved by giving the egg cooking chamber a spritz of cooking spray after preheating the maker. This means the sliding plate as well as the sides of the ring. I use an olive oil based spray I get at the local Wally World. No more sticking and torn eggs.

The leaking was solved by first preheating the maker a little longer.
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486 of 520 people found the following review helpful By F. Wallace on March 21, 2013
Product Packaging: Standard PackagingColor Name: Gray
I bought one of these from the manufacturer's website on the day of its release because Amazon wasn't yet selling it. I love it!

I've found that English muffins work the best. I tried one full-sized bagel and made a mess, but I will try again to see if I can get it right. I imagine the Bagel thins would work very well.

Once you plug it in, it takes about 5 minutes to heat up. Add your bread, cheese, meats, veggies, and egg, close it up, and set a timer for 5 minutes. The sandwiches come out hot with the muffin nicely crisped, the egg well cooked, the meat/veggies nicely warmed and the cheese melted.

Clean up is really easy, too. Remove the center section, clean it off with a brush or scrubbie pad in the sink, then wipe down the other part with a damp cloth or paper towel.

Highly recommended!
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408 of 439 people found the following review helpful By Nick on December 5, 2013
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First things first.

This cooks one sandwich at a time -- most people will find this silly to mention, but there are negative reviews on here that mention that as if it were a surprise.

It takes 5 minutes to cook -- this is stated on the product marketing material, and being electric, it takes additional time to warm up like-every-other-electric-heated-appliance. That warm up time is less than 5 minutes, after which you can make sandwiches back to back at 5 minute cooking intervals. Cleaning between sandwiches is a snap, I usually just use a napkin.

It only accepts sandwiches that fit in it -- really? Yes, this is mentioned in negative reviews as well. Believe it or not, if you want to make a sandwich in this appliance, you will have to find bread that fits in the thing, say, like, english muffins or mini-bagels. Oh the trauma!

Now some caveats... you'll need precooked meat to go in the maker. It will not fry bacon. If you looked at the picture and thought that it could fry bacon in the position it's in, in the same amount of time it took to do an egg on top, you might need to reassess your culinary expertise. My work-around for this... precooked bacon that I place in the machine by itself during warm up, the meat is crispy by the time the maker is ready to go. No time wasted. Also, it will not make the inside of the bread crispy, since this is not touching any heated surface... see bacon remark above. I have not found this to my disliking, and rather like how it melds the sandwich altogether into one eggy, cheesey form. Others that want each item perfectly segregated might have to look elsewhere.

I did find that if you are finicky like me and prefer the traditional breakfast sandwich arrangement...
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360 of 390 people found the following review helpful By Amazoniac on December 18, 2013
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I'm gadget-crazy and bought this on a whim, and I'm pretty impressed. I read Nick's review several times and took all of his advice. Suggest all new owners do this. My sandwich came out perfect the very first time! I used Pam spray, English muffins, ham, cheese, and an egg. Heated it up a little past the recommended time. Set a timer for five minutes. Used tongs to lift up the compartments and whaddya know! A perfect, cute little sandwich! I pulled it out with a plastic spatula and set it on a tiny cookie rack to cool so the bottom wouldn't get soggy. Nothing leaked, nothing stuck. Very compact and tidy. Let the contraption cool, then rinse and wipe.

The booklet that came with the thing suggested using frozen pancakes from the supermarket as the "bread." I bought some frozen waffles instead and plan to try them tomorrow--I'll have to trim them a little as their diameter is slightly larger than the cooking compartment.

I'm thinking waffles, bacon or ham, thinly sliced apple, cheese, and an egg (or not). Or kaiser roll, corned beef, swiss cheese, and some sauerkraut for an nice Reuben. Or just cheese, apple, and onion, on a bagel.

UPDATE- Dec 19, 2013.

I'M SO FREAKING CLEVER!!

I made my sandwich this morning using frozen waffles. Hehe. The waffles were a l-e-e-e-e-t-l-e bit too big to fit in the compartments, so I trimmed the edge with a pair of scissors. Then (this is the really good part!) I took the cut-off edge and lined the sides of the egg compartment, so when I broke the egg in there, the rim of waffle material contained it. SO CLEVER! (Feel free to notify the Nobel Prize Committee.
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