Breakfast In A Blanket

  I always feel better when I send my kids out the door to school with a hearty breakfast in their tummies! 

  When whole wheat refrigerator biscuits went on sale 10 for $10 at Dillons, I had to come up with something other than biscuits and gravy every morning, although I doubt my family would’ve complained!!!

  This is what I came up with:

Breakfast In A Blanket

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  • 1 cup Cooked Eggs, Scrambled, Fried Or Hard Boiled
  • 16 whole Cook And Serve Sausage Links
  • 1 can (17.3 Oz) Grands Whole Wheat Biscuits
  • 1 cup Colby Jack Cheese
  • Garlic Powder, To Taste

Preparation Instructions

Cook eggs to your liking, season to taste. Set aside. I did hard-boiled eggs the night before, so I was able to just peel, slice and salt them.
Heat 16 cook and serve sausage links, per package directions.
Press each biscuit flat and stretch edges to make a large circle to fill with breakfast items.
Add several strips of seasoned egg, 2 sausage links (only 1 pictured but it wasn’t enough) and a sprinkle of cheese.
Roll biscuit up and around breakfast items and press to seal. Sprinkle each roll with a dusting of garlic powder.

Bake at 375* for 15 minutes or until biscuits are golden brown. Serve dipped in a cream gravy. ketchup, or tastes great plain, too.

Add sautéed peppers or switch to crumbled sausage; the possibilities are endless!  You will love serving your kiddos a hearty Breakfast before school again….

Hugs, T

7Up Biscuits

My mom made these for Easter and they are KILLER!  I never eat bread without jelly, and these don’t even need it!  The flavor is incredible!

She got the recipe off of Facebook.  I am sad to not have the original recipe creator to credit, when I Googled it, all KINDS of recipes came up.

This has become a real problem on Facebook in the last month or two, these recipes going viral on strange sites, with the originator’s photo being used and NO credit being given.  If you see this happen, be sure to find the originator and link up in the comments.

We work hard on our blogs, taking and editing photos of our food and typing out our recipes.  Our “pay off” is to get to see you all enjoying our food, and coming to our blogs for more, not some mystery person on Facebook whose entire wall is FILLED with others photos and recipes.  That is just poor form, and would be considered riding someone else’s coat tails.

Eh hum.  Stepping off soap box now. 


UPDATE: The original source has been found! Woot woot  Janelle from What We’ve Got Cooking posted this recipe THREE years ago! It’s time she get credit where credit is due!!!!!!!

I give you, Janelle from What We’ve Got Cooking’s…….

7Up Biscuits

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  • 2 cups Bisquick
  • ½ cups Sour Cream
  • ½ cups 7-up
  • ¼ cups Butter, Melted

Preparation Instructions

Preheat oven to 450 F.

In a large bowl mix together Bisquick, sour cream and 7-Up. Your dough will be very soft and very, very sticky!

Sprinkle additional biscuit mix all over your work surface before attempting to work with this dough. You will want to coat both sides of the dough for easy handling. Pat dough out, coating again as necessary.  Cut into 9 biscuits with a biscuit cutter or can.  If shape isn’t important to you, you can just plop them down by the spoonful! 🙂

Pour the melted butter into a 9 inch square pan. Place biscuits in the butter and bake at 450 F for 12-15 minutes.

Enjoy as is, these are so good, you won’t even NEED the jelly!   Thanks Janelle, for a great recipe! Sorry it’s been shared so many times without credit to your blog! 😦