Jun 242019
Breakfast: Ham Sandwich and Cheesy Prosciutto

The foodie in me could not resist it! Breakfast is one of my favourite meals so I had to share these breakfast recipes that I absolutely adore. On a busy morning, I will quickly make the crispy ham sandwich and if I have a little bit of time, the cheesy prosciutto is the way to go. These two recipes are delicious and you will not have a problem if you have a fussy eater. Read on and get ready to prepare the yummiest breakfast for you and our family.

1.Crispy ham sandwich


Time: 10 minutes

Serves: 1



  1. Apply butter on the bread on both slices on both sides and put the cheese and ham in the middle.
  2. On Air Crisp mode at 370, cook for 4 minutes on each side in the Ninja Foodi basket with the crisping lid closed then remove and serve with your desired sauce.

2.  Breakfast: Cheesy prosciutto


Time: 45 minutes

Serves: 4


  • Monterey Jack cheese –   1 cup (shredded)
  • Orange bell pepper –  1 small (chopped)
  • Eggs –   4
  • Prosciutto –   8 ounces (chopped)
  • Water –  1 cup
  • Milk –  1 cup
  • Salt and pepper


  1. Whisk milk, eggs, cheese, salt, and pepper together in a bowl
  2. In the cake pan, place bell pepper and prosciutto then add egg mixture then cover the pan with aluminium foil on the reversible rack
  3. Place the rack into the pot and gently pour in the water.
  4. close the lid, select pressure and cook for 20 minutes, make a pressure release before removing the cover then let cool for 5 minutes

Let me know which was your favourite breakfast recipe. You can also look up some breakfast recipes HERE that I shared. They are healthy, easy to make and VEGAN!

Vegan Breakfast: Scrambled Tofu and Chia Seed Pudding

Reader Comments

  1. This looks delicious, although I would probably try it with Swiss Cheese instead of American Cheese, because I always feel like Swiss goes better with ham. But that could just be me. 🙂

    1. The great thing is you can put any cheese and other additions to it. I add avocado as well. delicious

  2. I think I would like to have the cheesy prosciutto any time day or night. I don’t do bell peppers. Does anyone have an idea of a good substitute for them in this recipe?

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