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These delicious Egg McMuffins always bring me back to the high school days working at McDonalds. The Egg McMuffins on the Blackstone are super easy to make and they always turn out amazing.

Egg McMuffin Ingredients

  • Eggs
  • Muffins
  • Canadian Bacon
  • American Cheese
  • Egg Rings

How to Make Egg McMuffins on the Blackstone Griddle

In my opinion, eggs should always be cooked on low heat. If the heat is too extreme it will cause the oil on the Blackstone to burn which will in return discolor your eggs. So fire up the Blackstone Griddle and get the heat set on low.

Egg McMuffin's on the Blackstone Griddle - Oil & Toast The Muffins

Once the Blackstone is heated up, put a little oil on the muffins and place them face down on the griddle. Butter is also good, but when camping it is much easier to just use oil.

Egg McMuffin's on the Blackstone Griddle - Create a Egg Ring Seal

Next, place a little oil in the egg rings. This creates a seal between the egg rings and the Blackstone top preventing the eggs from leaking out while they cook.

Egg McMuffin's on the Blackstone Griddle - Add the Eggs to the Egg Ring

Crack an egg in each egg ring.

Egg McMuffin's on the Blackstone Griddle - Break the Yolk

Break the yolk and let it “ooze” out and continue to cook.

Egg McMuffin's on the Blackstone Griddle - Remove the Egg Rings

Once the bottom of the egg is good and white take a knife and run it around the egg inside the egg ring. If it is oiled well enough this isn’t needed but I like to ensure the egg doesn’t stick to the rings prior to removing them.

Egg McMuffin's on the Blackstone Griddle - Flip the Eggs

Once the egg rings are removed, flip the eggs rounds so they can continue cooking.

Egg McMuffin's on the Blackstone Griddle - Add Canadian Bacon

As the eggs are nearing completion, toss the Canadian bacon on the Blackstone so they can warm up. After about 5 seconds give them a flip and they should be good to go.

Egg McMuffin's on the Blackstone Griddle - Add American Cheese

The muffins should now also have a good tan toasty color to them. Lay a piece of sliced American cheese on the bottom muffin.

Egg McMuffin's on the Blackstone Griddle - Asssemble the Canadian Bacon

Top the cheese with the Canadian bacon.

Egg McMuffin's on the Blackstone Griddle - Add the Round Egg

Followed by the round egg.

Egg McMuffin's on the Blackstone Griddle - Add the Tops

Top the delicious Egg McMuffin off, pull, serve and enjoy!

Egg McMuffin's on the Blackstone Griddle - Plate & Serve
Yield: 4

Egg McMuffins on the Blackstone Griddle

Prep Time: 2 minutes
Cook Time: 4 minutes
Total Time: 6 minutes

These delicious Egg McMuffins always bring me back to the high school days working at McDonalds. The Egg McMuffins on the Blackstone are super easy to make and they always turn out amazing.

Ingredients

  • Eggs
  • Muffins
  • Canadian Bacon
  • American Cheese
  • Egg Rings

Instructions

  1. Fire up the Blackstone Griddle and get it heated up on low.
  2. Either put a little butter or extra virgin olive oil on the muffins and place them face down.
  3. Put a little oil in the egg rings to create a seal. Add a egg in each and break the yolk with a knife.
  4. Once the bottom of the egg is cooked, run the knife around the outside breaking it away from the egg ring. Remove the egg ring and flip the eggs to cook the other side.
  5. While the other side of the egg is cooking add the Canadian bacon. After 5 seconds flip the Canadian bacon.
  6. At this time, everything should be cooked. Assemble the Egg McMuffin by placing a slice of cheese on the bottom muffin followed by the Canadian bacon, egg and top half of the muffin. Enjoy!

Notes

Low is the best temperature for eggs. This prevents them from turning black or brown.

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I have a bachelor's degree in construction engineering. When I’m not constructing or remodeling X-Ray Rooms, Cardiovascular Labs, and Pharmacies...I’m at home with my wife, two daughters and a dog. Outside of family, I love grilling and barbequing on my Big Green Egg and working on projects around the house.

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