This way of doing bacon and eggs originates from the year I met my husband.
That summer, I was a counselor at Columbia Bible Camp (now Stillwood Camp) here in BC.
We took our girls on an overnight hike and made these for breakfast - fried up on the bottom of one of those large juice cans tipped over a fire.
It's much easier to make them in a frying pan!
They are great for camping trips because you get bacon, eggs and toast in one handy package
and you only need one pan.
Wranglers are now a family favourite and hardly a week goes by without making them at least once or twice for breakfast or for a quick lunch.
For each wrangler you will need:
- 1 piece of bread
- 1 slice of bacon
- 1 egg
- salt and pepper
- Cut a circle out of the middle of the bread slice.
- Cut strip of bacon in half.
- Place bacon halves side by side in frying pan and fry until brown.
- Turn bacon pieces over and lay bread over the bacon.
- Crack egg into the hole and sprinkle with salt and pepper.Turn heat down and cook until egg white begins to turn cloudy. You can cover the pan if you like.
- Flip the wrangler over and continue to cook uncovered until desired doneness.
Voilá - bacon eggs and toast and only 1 pan to wash.