Bacon, sausage, eggs, toast, baked beans, mushrooms, & tomatoes – everything but the pudding, all cooked together on one easy-to-wash tray. While I actually really love black pudding, it’s mostly impossible to get in the States. Definitely give it a try if you find it for a proper British breakfast experience.
There are so many different parts to this breakfast that it actually somehow feels too easy? Butter bread. Crack eggs. Halve tomatoes.
That’s pretty much it. You got this.
We could even make this before the first cup of coffee if we had to… but let’s not.
Amazing smoky campfire version: Heat an empty sheet pan or extra-large cast iron skillet over hot coals, then follow the rest of the recipe. You might need to pack an extra-large cooler but I can’t imagine a more satisfying camp breakfast.
Serving a full english with brown sauce is classic, but in a pinch an American steak sauce like A1 is pretty close. Either way everyone will love this delicious breakfast spread!
(Almost) full english breakfast for two, all baked together on a sheet pan in 15 minutes! Perfect weekend brunch or mid-week surprise for a wonderful morning treat.
- 1 cup baked beans
- 4 slices thick-cut bacon
- 4 sausage links
- 4 oz. button mushrooms
- 2 slices bread
- 1 T. butter
- 4 eggs
- 1/2 cup cherry tomatoes halved
- (optional) HP brown sauce
- (optional) fresh thyme for garnish
Set a sheet pan on the top oven rack and preheat the oven to 425°. While oven is preheating, divide the baked beans into two oven-safe ramekins.
When the oven is preheated, remove the sheet pan. Spray with oil and arrange the bacon, sausage, mushrooms, and ramekins on the pan.
Return to the oven and bake at 425° for 10 minutes. While waiting, spread both sides of the bread with butter and slice in half.
Remove the pan from the oven and add buttered bread. Make 4 wells in the pan and crack an egg into each. Drop cherry tomato halves in any empty spaces.
Return to the oven and cook an additional 5 minutes for over-easy eggs, 7 minutes for over-medium, or 9 minutes for over-hard.
Sprinkle the pan with fresh thyme, salt, and pepper. Serve hot with HP sauce.