Your Cart

Recipe: Espresso Breakfast (Or Anytime) Burger from Spiceology

Team Made In|Apr 24, 2020

Here's a recipe from Spiceology that utilizes their Cowboy Crust Spice Blend, a Made In

Non Stick Frying Pan

, and Made In

Saute Pans


Espresso Breakfast (Or Anytime) Burger

By: Chef Tony Reed of Spiceology

Difficulty: Easy

Total time: 30 minutes

"Being a chef means destroying boundaries when it comes to food. Who says you can’t have a burger for breakfast? I mean, it features eggs and 'coffee,”' doesn’t it?" - Chef Tony



½ lb ground beef, preferably 80/20

½ lb breakfast sausage

6 slices cheddar cheese

3 eggs

6 slices thick-cut bacon

Avocado, halved, pitted, & thinly sliced

Bibb lettuce, to taste

Olive oil (or oil of choice)

Spiceology Sriracha Salt, to taste (optional, but delicious!)

3 brioche buns

Caramelized onions

Yellow onion, thinly sliced

Salt, pinch

1 Tbsp butter


¼ cup ketchup

1 Tbsp brown sugar

1 tsp Worcestershire sauce

½ tsp Spiceology’s New Mexico Chili Powder Spice Blend

¼ tsp Crystal Hot Sauce


Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

In a

Made In Saute Pan

, melt butter over medium-low heat.

Add onions and salt, stirring to coat the onions in the butter.

Allow onions to cook slowly while you prepare the rest of this recipe, stirring onions every few minutes.

In a small bowl, mix together the sauce ingredients and place in refrigerator until you build your burger.

Once oven comes up to temperature, place bacon on a sheet tray and bake for 23 minutes.

While the bacon cooks, combine your sausage, beef, and Cowboy Crust Spice Blend in a bowl and mix well.

Divide your meat mixture into thirds and form three patties.

On medium heat, place patties into another

Made In Saute Pan

and cook on each side for three minutes at a time. Once finished, place on a sheet tray with your buns.

At this point, your bacon should be close to done. If ready, remove bacon from the oven and get rid of excess oil by placing on a paper towel-lined plate. Leave the oven on.

Remove your onions from the stove and set aside. They should be sweet and caramelized.

Place one cheese slice on each burger and one on each bottom bun. Place in the oven for 2 minutes to allow the cheese to melt and the bread to toast.

Remove from the oven. If using, sprinkle Sriracha Salt on the top bun to taste.

In a small

Made In Non Stick Frying Pan

, fry an egg to your liking.

How to build your burger, from the bottom up

Bottom bun, spread sauce on it



Meat patty

Caramelized onions

Bacon (halved)

Fried egg

Top bun, spread sauce on it

We use cookies to provide a better user experience and analyze traffic. By using our site, you agree to our use of cookies. See our Privacy Policy to learn more.