Tater Tot Breakfast Sandwich

The best way to start the day is with a good breakfast. You will find that you do not get as hungry during the day. Although I do not recommend eating this sandwich every day, it sure is good and gluten-free. I only make two sandwiches, one for each of us.

I use the George Foreman Grill to cook this on.

Total Time: Approximately 30-40 minutes.



  1. Cook bacon in George Foreman Grill and then remove it to paper towel to drain. Do not turn the grill off.
  2. Keep grill on and wipe the grease off the grill plates and prop the grill so it will be level. Place a paper towel down in front of grill to catch any drippings.
  3. Place 8 Tator Tots together in a square on the grill for each sandwich. Lower the lid and cook 6-7 minutes. Press down on grill top to flatten the Tator Tots. Cook until slightly crisp and stuck together.
  4. Remove from the grill and place on a plate.
  5. Repeat for the process for the top layer of Tator Tots.
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  7. While Tater Tots are cooking, fry the eggs in pan sprayed with Pam. Salt and pepper to taste.
  8. Place fried egg and bacon on top of 1st layer of Tater Tots that are sitting on the grill.
  9. Add cheese.
  10. Remove Tater Tots that were set to the side on a plate and place them on tops of the cheese. Close lid and press down to flatten. Heat until cheese is melted. Approximately 1 minute.
  11. Serve hot and enjoy!

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May 5, 20170 found this helpful
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I bet you could make these in a waffle maker too, if you don't have a grill like this. I will have to try some for my family and report back. :)

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May 5, 20170 found this helpful

Actually, I saw a video on Facebook that showed this made in a waffle iron. It didn't have written instructions so it was an effort for me to put this in writing. Basically, I made it the same but only needed enough for two so I tried it on the George Foreman. You do need to make it level or the Tator Tots will slide.

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May 4, 20170 found this helpful

Yum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have one and will be making this.

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May 4, 20170 found this helpful

You will love it!!

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May 4, 20170 found this helpful

Ore-Ida Tater Tots are gluten free. Gluten Free is printed on the package.

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May 26, 20170 found this helpful

I have made this a couple of times since I posted it. Each time I forgot to try cooking 4 on the grill. This morning, I gave it a try and it worked well, cutting the cooking time about 8 minutes.


The time before, when I made it, I forgot to cook bacon to put on it. It was just as good and cut the calories somewhat. Bacon does add a tasty touch to it.

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May 27, 20171 found this helpful

My husband went to the grocery story yesterday and brought home a large bag of Tater Tots. We had them again this morning and I intentionally left off the bacon.


While preparing them to cook, I took a picture of how they are placed on the grill. I should have inserted a picture like this in step 3 when I was taking pictures for the recipe.

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June 15, 20171 found this helpful

That looks good.

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