Cooking a meal doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, we think it should be straightforward. If you think we’re talking about a basic scrambled egg or ham and cheese sandwich, think again. You can enjoy a mouthful of flavor without having to spend countless hours flipping through recipes and waiting over the stove.
Our sausage egg boats recipe requires simple ingredients and less than half an hour of cooking time. Being in a hurry doesn’t have to equate to a dull or mundane meal that lacks in both nourishment and flavor. Even better, our recipe for sausage egg boats demands only the most basic of ingredients, so you won’t have to make any late-night runs to the store. You don’t need a mouthful of caviar to eat like royalty — we guarantee even kings and queens can enjoy a creamy baguette full of melted cheese, eggs and freshly cooked sausage.
Gather your ingredients, prepare your baguette, sit back and relax while your oven takes care of the rest. Follow our recipe for sausage egg boats below to cook your meal to perfection!
- Preheat your oven to 325° F.
- Using a bread knife, carefully slice down the middle of each baguette, but do not cut them in half. Leave the bottom intact while slicing an opening in the center. Set aside.
- Carefully crack each egg into a medium mixing bowl. Whisk until the egg whites and yolks are adequately combined. Slowly pour the heavy cream into the egg mixture while continuing to whisk. Vigorously stir the mixture until all parts combine. Set aside.
- Remove the pre-cooked sausage links from the refrigerator and prepare the meat according to the package’s instructions. If removing from the freezer, set the sausage aside for 10 to 15 minutes at room temperature to thaw. Slice the sausage into 1-inch cubes.
- Add a teaspoon of olive oil to a skillet over medium heat. Pour the sausage cubes and chopped onions into the pan and heat until slightly browned. Remove the skillet from the heat and set aside to cool.
- Pour the sausage links and onions into the egg mixture. Add the parmesan cheese and continue to stir. Gently open each baguette slice and pour the mixture into the boat. Sprinkle an even amount of mozzarella cheese into each baguette.
- Place the baguettes on an oven-safe tray and bake them on the center rack for 20 to 25 minutes. Once the eggs set and the cheese begins to melt, remove the boats from the oven and place the tray aside to cool. Serve immediately.
At Sauder’s Eggs, we pride ourselves on providing families throughout the nation with ingredients that contribute to dishes they can be proud of, too. Use our store locator online to find a Sauder’s Egg provider near you!