Mini Breakfast Bites

As you may remember, Friday nights are breakfast night here at the Stapleton house. This week I fixed a really tasty and easy meal. One I thought I would share with you.

Mini Breakfast Bites
The guest list:
1 can refrigerated biscuits
3-4 eggs
cheese - use what you have on hand
about 1/2 pound of sauasage, browned & drained

Shred some cheese into a bowl. I don't measure I just do it until it looks good!

Whisk up your eggs and scramble them in a warm skillet until they start to set, but don't cook all the way through. They should still look nice and shiny!

Mix the eggs in with the cheese and add the sausage.

Take your biscuits and cut each one into fourths.

Now, smash them out flat and try to make them somewhat circular.

Push one fourth of each biscuit into the cup of a mini muffin pan.

If you got a new Pampered Chef 1 tbsp. scoop for Valentine's Day from your Mom, then have your lovely miniature assitant scoop the egg, cheese and sausage mixture into the muffin pan.

If you didn't get the scoop, then just eyeball it.

Bake in a 400 degree oven for about 7 minutes or until biscuits are brown.
Let cool a few minutes before removing from pan and serving to your famished family!

We like to have these with a side of hashbrowns, some milk or O.J. and call it good!



Becky said...

I am so making these!! Thanks!! =)

princessdiva said...

MMMM, looks yum! I have a very tasty french toast bake that we ate last week that is very good-holler if you would like the recipe! We love breakfast too, but not at breakfast, because I'd much rather lay in bed and listen to "the dad" organize the children--and he don't cook breakfast either. . . unless it is Valentine's day--and then we might get scrambled eggs, with sausage links laying on the top in a cast iron pot, covered with a corelle plate to keep it warm--Oh well, beggars can't be choosers--and it was yummy!!

Sara said...

Melanie-this made me laugh! Last week at our pancake supper at church the kids told me "dad's pankcakes aren't as good as yours!" Loved to hear it, but it totally got him off the hook from now on...ARGH!

Rhonda said...

These look easy and delicious, thanks for sharing the recipe!