Reddit Reddit reviews Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker, Silver (25475A)

We found 31 Reddit comments about Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker, Silver (25475A). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker, Silver (25475A)
Quick and easy: This sandwich maker cooks your breakfast, lunch, or dinner sandwich in just minutes. Perfect for brunch or a quick, healthy meal on the go.Create custom sandwiches: Use this breakfast maker to completely customize your sandwich with your choice of bread, cheese, eggs, meats, and much more. Eliminate the bread and these are great for Keto and paleo diets too.Get inspired: Explore more than 25 sandwich maker recipes on our website.Just 4 easy steps: Building your breakfast sandwich comes together in just a few steps with a breakfast maker—and you don't even need to leave your house.Easy cleanup: All removable parts on this sandwich maker are dishwasher safe and surfaces are covered with durable, nonstick coating.Great gift: Perfect gift for the holidays, Christmas, birthdays, father's day, mother's day, graduation, back to school and moreIncluded components: Quick and easy recipes
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31 Reddit comments about Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker, Silver (25475A):

u/VROF · 61 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Doesn't that take longer than making one from scratch every day? I got this Hamilton Beach 25475A Breakfast Sandwich Maker as a joke for Christmas one year and it takes only minutes to make a fresh breakfast sandwich.

u/[deleted] · 20 pointsr/gadgets

Dude, EGG SANDWICH MACHINE, $25. Use it every day.

newegg, $24 with free shipping

amazon, $24+shipping

u/timebecomes · 19 pointsr/food

My wife and I just bought one of these - It's actually a lot of fund to use and you can make it as healthy as you want by varying the ingredients.

http://www.amazon.com/Hamilton-Beach-25475A-Breakfast-Sandwich/dp/B00EI7DPOO/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1393968702&sr=8-2&keywords=breakfast+maker

u/whenigetoutofhere · 13 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Hamilton Beach 25475A Breakfast Sandwich Maker https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EI7DPOO/

America.

u/PantalonesPantalones · 12 pointsr/instantpot

Have you tried the Hamilton Beach breakfast sandwich maker? I know Alton Brown hates it but I love mine and have used it for years.
Hamilton Beach 25475A Breakfast Sandwich Maker https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EI7DPOO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_kfIYCb1QN21QG

u/Omnibobb · 12 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

For breakfast sandwiches, I use this:

https://www.amazon.com/Hamilton-Beach-25475A-Breakfast-Sandwich/dp/B00EI7DPOO

I get up, take my shower, plug it in to heat it up while I walk my dog, build the sandwich, finish getting shit together and have a hot fresh sandwich easy peasy.

u/the_doughboy · 7 pointsr/seriouseats

I know people laugh at them but the dedicated Breakfast Sandwhich makers do a fantastic job, the muffin is toasted perfectly, the cheese melts all over the meat and the egg doneness can be adjusted pretty easily in a 1 minute window. 4 minutes for a bit runny and 5 minutes for fully cooked (like McDonalds)
http://www.amazon.ca/Hamilton-Beach-25475A-Breakfast-Sandwich/dp/B00EI7DPOO

u/RootsVerdes · 5 pointsr/Denver

I used to go to Deli Zone in Boulder when I was a student there and always got the Kong breakfast sandwich. It was damn fine. Looks like they have a DU location and a Tech Center location here in Denver.

Also, I have been using this thing of beauty on the weekends and it's hard to beat if you're willing to use an English muffin instead of bagel
http://www.amazon.com/Hamilton-Beach-25475A-Breakfast-Sandwich/dp/B00EI7DPOO

u/Real_Supernova · 4 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

You should look into getting this. They also make a duel version that works just as good. Cleanup is really easy too.

u/_____DEADPOOL___ · 3 pointsr/AskReddit
u/wordsineversaid · 3 pointsr/ProductPorn

I bought one of these recently and just used it for the first time. It works surprisingly well and it isn’t that hard to clean because the metal pieces in between the two heaters are removable.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00EI7DPOO?psc=1&ref=yo_pop_mb_pd_title

u/nothingtoseehere28 · 2 pointsr/100DaysofKeto

Instead of a big spiralizer I got a Vagetti - it's got fewer options, but it's small and quick and easy to use. It's nice to be able to have noodly things again. Zuchiini noodles fried in butter and a couple tablespoons of salsa is fantastic, and my kids love it too!

My husband got a breakfast sandwich maker for Christmas, and I've discovered it's a quick and easy way to make eggs. I just use the top well section, lay in a slice of ham on the bottom and crack a couple of eggs into it, close and walk away. It's quicker and easier than getting out the frying pan and takes 2 seconds to clean.

A lot of my meals are meat of some sort + veg of some sort + fat (dressing, butter, cheese), so it's easy to get the right serving sizes just by putting my plate on the scale and zerioing it out after I put each thing on. Measuring out soups and such is a lot harder, but I figure if I'm accurate 80% of the time then the 20% I might be off isn't a huge deal. When in doubt, over estimate ;)

u/Prizeless · 2 pointsr/shittyfoodporn

This is the best invention ever: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EI7DPOO/

u/puppiesandducks · 2 pointsr/1200isplenty

There's this one that isn't attached to a toaster. Hamilton Beach 25475A Breakfast Sandwich Maker https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EI7DPOO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_hO7kxbWT0H9EZ

u/AlfLives · 2 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

If you're not into prepping, a breakfast sandwhich maker is really easy to use.

u/AAParker94 · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

Try one of these McMuffin Makers: https://www.amazon.com/Hamilton-Beach-25475A-Breakfast-Sandwich/dp/B00EI7DPOO

I have one, super easy to use and clean. Takes two minutes, just toss in the ingredients, cook, open up the separater and enjoy!

u/Jenjenmi · 1 pointr/loseit

Breakfast sandwiches are a staple in my house, but I love our gadget:

http://www.amazon.com/Hamilton-Beach-25475A-Breakfast-Sandwich/dp/B00EI7DPOO/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1420559786&sr=8-2&keywords=breakfast+sandwich+maker

It will make me a tasty sandwich for 350 calories:

http://i.imgur.com/WM4Vom6.png
(disregard the applesauce, that's not IN my sandwich)

It cooks the egg in 5 minutes after preheating. I add in a frozen English muffin, frozen bacon, and cheese--and yum!

u/doubleplusfabulous · 1 pointr/santashelpers

A breakfast sandwich maker? As for grilling, you could get a shish kabob holder.

u/SeafoodDuder · 1 pointr/Advice

If I had to give some advice on this then I would recommend:

  • Focus on your needs before your wants.

    Just because you make that much doesn't mean you should spend that much. Be kind to yourself and to your wallet. Everyone wants nice things but you should be nice to yourself first.

  • Focus on Happiness itself.

    You already do what you love. So, why not focus on what makes you happy outside of that. Life is about happiness. This is different to everyone so it's hard for me to talk about. If you love snowboarding and bike riding and they make you feel great then awesome. Shop around first.

  • Credit Cards are your worst enemy.

    We need them for some bigger purchases but Credit Cards are your enemy. Always remember that those companies make it seem like it's just some plastic card but it's not. You're not handing over that money, that's not money in your hand, you're handing over a plastic card. Would you still be as willing to do it if you were holding $500 in cash? what about $2,500? Don't nickel and dime yourself over these quick fast food purchases. Please never, ever just say to yourself, "YOLO" and impulse buy. Buyer's Remorse from Impulse Buying, yeah it really upsets me.

  • Be in the business of saving money.

    I won't go into details about myself but, I'm 30 from California and I'm very happy and I love saving money. I love jogging / running, riding my bike and being a huge computer nerd. Anyways, I save money by:

    A) Thrift Stores. They are an absolute gold mine, I just got some pants, jogging pants/shirt and my Sandwich Maker for $21 the other day. Talk about a lucky find. :)

    B) I don't eat out a lot, and I drink water/eat before I go grocery shopping because it makes me buy less junk food. I buy lots of 'filler' foods like fruits/vegetables, things with fiber (granola bars <3), Rice, etc. Go to the 99 cent store!

    C) I rent from a place that's below my means because I save money. I don't like the town I live in but I can't do much about that right now.

    D) I don't drive both because I have a fear of driving and some problems with my depth perception. If I did drive, then I definitely would never buy a brand new car/truck. So, I save money by working on my health and having a bus pass.

    E) I don't have a smart phone and I don't have any desires to have the internet on my phone when I have it right in front of me. There is no way I'm paying like $40 / month for some stupid smart phone plan (IMO).

  • Take a visit on over to /r/personalfinance

    Because it's a pretty sweet subreddit, don't be intimidated.
u/Purplekaem · 1 pointr/askwomenadvice

As long as you’re not buying a gift card and the gift shows that you know something about him (his favorite things, etc.) I think you’ll be fine. Does he complain about cold feet? Fuzzy socks with his favorite superhero on them. Complains about spending too much money on breakfast? Get a breakfast maker!

u/ispeakcode · 1 pointr/budgetfood

I bought this a few month ago and it's freaking great and eery.

u/sjthree · 1 pointr/xxfitness

I do a better job at eating healthy at the office compared to my work from home days. When I WFH, I am able to graze all day and truly cave when the afternoon munchies strike. At work, I can only eat what I pack. I focus on protein since it is filling and keeps me from getting too hungry.

I stock up on Lean Cuisine and Healthy Choice frozen meals when they are one sale. Not the healthiest choice, but decent calorie control and many of them have 20g+ of protein. Works great when you are in a pinch. And even though they are supposed to be frozen, they survive quite well in the fridge or insulated lunch bag from morning until lunch time.

I buy large packs of chicken breast, grill it, divide it into 4 oz quantities and freeze. Pull out a bag, mix with salad greens and a little bit of dressing, and I have a salad for lunch. I use a Rubbermaid Lunch Blox Salad Container.

I also have a lot of Greek yogurt, string cheese (6g of protein for 70 calories), and baby carrots.

I also bring my breakfast to work and eat it while checking my morning emails (and Reddit haha). For breakfast I will make an omelet (using this or a breakfast sandwich with this