Copy Cat Mc10:35


Copy Cat Mc10:35

Copy Cat Mc10:35
Copy Cat Mc1035

"I recently discovered the Mc10:35, a hybrid sandwich from the McDonald's secret menu that could (before all day breakfast) be ordered in that sweet spot between breakfast and lunch. The sandwich is a combination of an Egg McMuffin and a cheeseburger and it's epic!"

Why You'll Love This Copycat Recipe:

1. It's a delicious and nostalgic throwback to a classic fast-food favorite. If you've ever craved McDonald's limited-time Mc10:35 sandwich, you can now recreate it in the comfort of your own home with this recipe.

2. It's a unique and fun twist on a breakfast sandwich. By combining the flavors of a traditional egg McMuffin and a McDouble, this Copy Cat Mc10:35 offers the best of both worlds in one tasty package.

3. It's customizable to your liking. Want to add extra bacon or swap out the American cheese for cheddar? Go for it! This recipe is easily adaptable to suit your taste preferences.

4. It's quick and easy to make. With just a few simple ingredients and step-by-step instructions, you can whip up this Copy Cat Mc10:35 in no time, perfect for busy mornings or lazy weekend brunches.

5. It's a cost-effective alternative to eating out. Skip the drive-thru and save some money by making this Copy Cat Mc10:35 at home. Not only will you satisfy your cravings, but you'll also have leftovers for future breakfasts.

Serves6 People

Preparation Time5 min

Cooking Time20 min

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Oh no, I just had breakfast and after seeing this burger my stomach is begging for lunch already. I broke my diet on breakfast this morning and gave in and ate an entire doughnut. I usually only eat half because of the amount of calories, but it was pumpkin spice so I couldnt stop. I want this for my lunch today.

This is definitely not my kind of sandwich, but I have four grown sons and I am sure that at least two or three of them will love this. I had never even heard of this sandwich until now. I think I will skip all of the extras in the burger though. If it is a copy cat of a McDonalds burger, I doubt it should have bread crumbs, egg, onion powder and garlic powder in it.

I'm not entirely sure when fried eggs on burgers became a thing, but this is an interesting combination of two popular sandwiches. I've always enjoyed the Egg McMuffin and combining that with a hamburger sounds quite tasty. I can see using either bacon or ham with this, and I agree the hamburger patty needs to be thin, otherwise the sandwich can become difficult to grasp properly. I was never aware of the Mc1035 and it's a fascinating addition to McDonalds lore.


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