Dec 15, 2013

Organizing Blog

I'm not a very organized person. I know where everything is, I remember where I put things....  they are just not organized.  I've decided to (try to) organize my blog to make it easier for friends and followers.

With that in mind I'm re-posting a recipe from March 2012, so that it can put into my Recipe Box.  This Recipe is a big hit with my family.  I, personally eat very little pork, and absolutely NO processed meats.... ok, occasionally a brat, I'm from WI, what can I say..... so when I make this for myself, I make it very differently.  (See healthier variation at bottom of recipe)
Biscuit Egg Muffins
What you need to make  these the healthiest, easiest, and yummiest.
1.  Frozen biscuits (no preservatives)
2.  Sausage (1/2 lb lean) 
3.  Eggs (6)
4.  Shredded Cheese (1/2 cup)
*Bake at 400' for 12 minutes

Fry sausage, drain fat.  Break into small pieces.  I pulled bacon out of the freezer and cut into small pieces.

  
Thaw biscuits. Split in half. Use 1/2 biscuit per muffin. 
Spray muffin tin with Pam. Oil hands, I used olive oil, and spread the biscuit dough into the bottom of the muffin tin and a little up the sides.
Sprinkle sausage or bacon bits over biscuit dough.

Beat eggs, DO NOT add any water or milk. 

Salt lightly (there's sodium in the biscuits/sausage) and pepper.
Pour over sausage, leaving at least 1/8 inch from top.
Sprinkle with cheese. "DON'T FORGET THE CHEESE! CHEESE ON EVERYTHING!" just a little Wisconsin humor.

Bake at 400' for 12 minutes. Cool slightly, serve with fresh fruit.  
To reheat after frozen, remove from freezer, place in paper towel, and cook 2 minutes.

I guarantee, Oos, Ahhs and yummy noises at the breakfast table.
for a Healthier variation.

Healthier 
Biscuit Egg Muffins
1.  Frozen biscuits (no preservatives)
2.  Chopped tomato
3.  Chopped spinach
3.  Eggs (6)
4.  Feta Cheese (1/2 cup)
*Bake at 400' for 12 minutes

Thaw biscuits. Split into quarters. Use 1/4 biscuit per muffin. 
Spray muffin tin with Pam. Oil hands, I used olive oil, and spread the biscuit dough into the bottom of the muffin tin.
Chop tomatoes and spinach, sprinkle over biscuit dough.

Beat eggs, DO NOT add any water or milk. 

Salt lightly (there's sodium in the biscuits) and pepper.

Pour over chopped veggies, leaving at least 1/8 inch from top.

Sprinkle with feta cheese.

Bake as directed above.  These also freeze well. To reheat after frozen, remove from freezer, place in paper towel, and cook 2 minutes.

Happy Baking!!!
Thanks for Stopping By.


5 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness does this look amazing!!! I am always on the hunt for new yummy breakfast options for my crew and this is perfect! I hope you have a lovely week!

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  2. mmm this looks yummy! Gotta try it! Pinning! Thanks for sharing the recipe:) Have a great week! Hugs, Poppy

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  3. Sounds delicious - will probably try the recipe this weekend. Thanks! -- Jan

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  4. Mom, you need to add the recipe that has your own homemade biscuit recipe, (way better). And there is a glutton free alternative......Love you, trying it with chicken sausage this a.m.

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