How to Cure a Hangover (with 3 delicious breakfast sandwiches)December 5, 2016
Ah, the holiday season. That wonderful time of year when the longer days turn into even longer nights and we stay up all night drinking with friends and sweating in the heat. Sounds like pure bliss, right? Well, it is until we wake sometime in the late morning or early afternoon with a puffy face, red eyes and the vague feeling we might vomit. We can see it now: you yell out to your wholesome housemate because they know how to live responsibly and you’re finding basic movement difficult and don’t know what to do. She tells you that all good things must come to an end and you want to cry. But put away those tears! We’re here to offer you a better solution. Because the party always continues when you feast on our recommended selection of breakfast sandwiches specifically engineered to keep that hangover at bay.
3 Breakfast Sandwiches To Cure A Hangover This Holiday Season
The Maple Sausage And Waffle Breakfast Sandwich
This breakfast sandwich is for those mornings when you can’t open your eyes. You know you need to treat yourself but you’ve forgotten the word for sustenance. Have no fear! Help is on the way! Just walk to the kitchen and get those onions sizzling. Then wilt your spinach, cook your eggs, heat your maple sausage and press them between two waffles. And for those in really dire straights, try a drizzle of maple syrup to really kick start your day. We guarantee you’ll be feeling fresh as a daisy in no time.
The Epic Veggie Breakfast Sandwich
For the vegetarians out there or anyone craving a health-kick, this breakfast sandwich knocks it out of the park. For those whose eyes are never as big as their stomach, you’re in for a treat. Imagine a veggie patty, an omelet, a slice of extra sharp cheddar cheese, a fried egg, a roasted cauliflower slice, half an avocado and spinach between a freshly baked roll. Close your mouth because we can see your taste buds and they’re watering. Now drizzle some olive oil over the top and set it in an oven preheated to 425 degrees and let it roast for 20 minutes. With this kind of food coming out of your kitchen, there’s a chance you might never leave your house again.
The Open Leftover Christmas Ham Sandwich
Christmas happened and you woke up on the couch with your uncle on the floor nursing a XXXX. ‘What’s for breakfast?’ Your uncle asks. ‘It’s lunch,’ you say. ‘Oh.’ When this scenario inevitably plays out there’s only one thing to have: the open leftover Christmas ham sandwich! What could be better between two slices of thick bread than some exceptional egg mayonnaise and mustard beneath a hunk of Christmas leg ham with a couple slices of tomato and Brie cheese? Just be careful. Once your uncle finds out he’ll tell everyone and you’ll be on family sandwich duty for the rest of the day.