This is the recipe for the perfect Savory Zucchini Waffle Breakfast Sandwiches. This open-faced breakfast sandwich is an unparalleled addition to your brunch menu. No one will guess that it’s gluten-free, nut-free, and paleo friendly. The best of all, the Zucchini Waffles and Sweet Potato Bacon Hash freeze well, so your leftovers will be just as tasty as they were the day you made them.
When it comes to food, I'm a total storyteller. I think that's why I'm so passionate about holidays, since they're so often celebrated by surrounding ourselves with our favorite people and our favorite foods. As a ring leader of one of these celebrations, you have the ability to enhance the stories made throughout the day with the foods you serve.
This Savory Zucchini Waffle Sandwich tells one heck of a story. It’s layered, dynamic, and full of flavor. Crispy, gluten free Zucchini Waffles, topped with Sweet Potato Bacon Hash, a drippy over-easy egg, and a drizzle of Magic Cilantro Sauce. It’s an unparalleled experience to partake.
Zucchini Waffle Breakfast Sandwiches
These gluten free, nut free Zucchini Waffles and Sweet Potato Bacon Hash can be made in bulk, frozen, and reheated for a weekend breakfast sandwich that takes no time at all. Once you try the Magic Cilantro Sauce that Katja from Savory Lotus developed, you’ll never be able to get it out of your fridge. It’s now my go-to condiment! So while this recipe may take a bit of effort up front, you’ll reap the benefits long after with all the leftovers. Leftovers that taste so good, you’ll feel confident feeding them to your guests for a holiday brunch.
So put a little trust in the story I’ve created here. Take the time to make these Savory Waffle Sandwiches, then plan a breakfast club with your friends, or a holiday brunch and be prepared to impress them with your leftovers. I sought out to create a story with the sandwich itself, and this sandwich in turn, will help you to create stories of your own.
I shared the recipe for these gluten free, nut free Zucchini Waffles, the Sweet Potato Bacon Hash, and the Savory Zucchini Waffle Sandwiches on Katja's blog. Head the way to get the recipe!
Hey there are eggs here and elsewhere you listed them as food to avoid…confused?
Anne Marie Garland
I totally understand why you’re confused. When they’re listed as a food to avoid, it’s based on 1 of 2 elimination diets I talk about: 1) the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP), or 2) Ditch Your Nutritionist protocol. I don’t promote any one particular way of eating, instead I promote these two elimination diets as a way to discover the individual foods that someone can or cannot tolerate.
Eggs are a common allergen (typically the egg white is tolerated less frequently than the yolk), which is why they’re on the avoid list for the first phase of either of these two elimination diets. If a person can successfully reintroduce the egg, it’s an incredibly nutrient dense food, so I encourage eating them for those individuals.
This recipe is not categorized under the "egg free" or "AIP" which means it is for someone who has successfully reintroduced eggs.