Venison Sausage Egg McMuffin

Who doesn’t love McDonald’s? I especially love their McMuffins. If you’re on my website I assume you’re also a fan of venison. Throw those together and you have yourself a delicious Venison Egg McMuffin!

McDonalds is greasy cheap food and a staple of most American households. A sausage, egg, and cheese McMuffin is probably my favorite thing there, so I thought I’d come up with an easy recipe making just that! This a simple way to use that pan sausage you made from my first recipe. Also, the venison in the Venison Egg McMuffin makes it a much healthier version of the McMuffin too!

Venison Sausage Egg McMuffin
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Venison Sausage Egg McMuffin

Venison + McMuffin = Match made in Heaven!
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Keyword: American, Breakfast, McDonalds
Servings: 6 McMuffins
Author: Sophie May



  • Form sausage into 6 patties and set aside.
  • If you have the fancy circular egg molds use them, I do not so I used a mason jar lid (both the flat top piece and screw on part).
  • Oil whatever device you are using well.* Heat a fry pan to medium/medium high heat. Place molds in pan.
  • Crack 1 egg into each mold. Place 1/4 cup of water in the pan to help steam the eggs. Cover pan with lid.
  • Cook eggs to desired consistency (I like my yolks more over hard to get that “McDonald’s” consistency, so I cooked for about 2-3 minutes than flipped the egg carefully and cooked for another minute) and set aside.
  • Slice English muffins and butter each inside slice.
  • Spray pan (clean any egg residue out) and heat to medium-high/high heat.
  • Place muffins in fry pan butter side down. Cook until toasty brown like a grilled cheese (~2 minutes).
  • Cook patties (~2-3 minutes per side) until browned and cooked through. Once cooked, before removing from heat, place sliced cheese on top and wait until it gets a good melt on it. Remove.
  • Assemble your McMuffin: Bottom of muffin, sausage with cheese melted on top, egg, top of muffin
  • Enjoy!


*If you don’t have an egg mold or mason jar lid that is fine! Just cook your eggs however you like (scrambled, over easy, whatever works)

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