Tuesday, February 12, 2013
I know we talked about those "bubble pizzas" being delicious, but now I want to introduce you to the "Sausage, Egg, and Cheese....Bubble Bake"
Of course your topping can be what you would prefer. Just follow the basic and you will do great.
Breakfast Bubble Bake
For mine it is Sausage, onion, egg, and loads of cheese.
1/2 tube of breakfast sausage (I do the whole package and put the rest up)
2 tubes of 10 count refrigerator biscuits
1/4 onion minced
1 cup of cheese (shredded cheddar, I feel goes better with eggs0
1) Saute the breakfast sausage (breaking it up) with the onions. Portion out what you need and put the rest up.
2 ) Spray a 9x13 pan
3) Cut up biscuits into 4 pieces.
4) Lay the pieces into the pan. They will probably not touch and they look kinda scattered. It is okay, they will rise.
5) Layer in your sausage and onion mixture on top. (don't mix or scoot it around.
6) Beat together 6 large eggs, ( 8 medium)
7) Pour completely on top.
8) Pop in oven 350 for 25 minutes, (until eggs set)
9) Then layer on the cheese, cook another 10 minutes until melty good.
Be sure to let cool. Again I cut this casserole style. I got 12 really nice portions out of it.
It also reheated heavenly. If you can keep it that long.
Wishing for spring to come on. Been a little yucky down here in GA. I am dying for the sunshine. I am going to try and plant a bit this year. I will start some seed s the first week in March. I really don't have much of a green thumb, but prices are killing me at the grocery store. I just want some fresh veggies, to work with.
I hope you enjoy reading my recipes, I hope to come and write a little more when I can, just been having tooth problems and I can only juggle so much at one time.
So get out there and make this day yours.. do something different.. live your life..
Every day, can't always be a good diet day. I look at diets as a no, no..and I think more of making healthy changes during my days. This actually was very filling and you could have just had one serving and been happy. You could have had as many servings as my children did and been totally happy, happy.
I was hunting around for different recipes and I kept running into the "bubble..." and this was my take on it.
I tried it my own way, tweaked and shaped it into something my family would love to have. Loved to have is a funny word around here.
At thanksgiving, I bought the 9x13 Gladware containers that go in the oven and then have a lid to put up and stack in the refrigerator. This was a very handy thing at the holiday, because all the sides could be pulled out, reheated and served all from same container.
This weekend we went to the store to get the biscuits to make the base of the bubble pizzas. I bought the 4 pack of 10 refrigerater biscuits, bought two of these 4 counts. Just thinking that I could use them for something else but it was not to happen. We made 4 actually bubble pizzas. 3 pizza style, using all the small leftovers and one for a breakfast style, (which I will blog next). Made the breakfast style one for breakfast the next day, but someone beat me to it.
The one really thing that made these not only delicious, but they were easy to make and really heated back up well in the microwave. No hard edges, just as good as they came fresh from the oven.
The topping of course are what you want. We made a four meat, bacon bits, ham chunks, pepperoni, and sausage. A pepperoni, sausage, onion, green peppers, yellow hot peppers and jalepenos. And the last one we made just pepperoni.
Here is the basic of the recipe.
2 cans of refrigerator (10 count) biscuits
1/2 cup of sauce (I used just plain old prego)
Cheese ( we used cheddar, motzerella and provolone)
Sausage (pre-cooked), Pepperoni, Ham, Real Bacon, onion, green pepper, garlic, yellow hot peppers, jalepenos...etc
1) Spray a 9x13 pan.
2) cut each biscuit into 4 pieces
3) lay them in the bottom of the 9x13 pan. They will probably not touch very well, kinda looks scare. But never fear they expand.
4 Next layer in the sauce, to cover it all, not leaving them swimming in it.
5) Layer on the toppings.
6) Place in 350 oven for 25 minutes to set up the base, then open again and put all the cheese on top.
7) Cook for about 10 minutes more, until the cheese is melted.
Let cool for a few minutes and then dig in. I cut mine like a casserole. 12 pieces. They were really a nice portion size. I pre-cut the rest so it would be easy taking out of the refrigerator later. Well that is if they make it that long.
I can't begin to tell you how much mine loved it, they liked all of them. They are usually picky about their toppings. I always seem to have a little bit of something left all the time, a few mushrooms, a half a pepper, a piece of pineapple. With these things I cut bite size, slip into a small snack baggie and slide into a bigger freezer bag. Then when it is pizza time I have a lot of stuff to choose from, even enough to make a famous "garbage pie"
If you give this a go, don't say I didn't warn you on how addictive it can be.
So get out there make it yours, do your own little thing wonderful twist on things..
Have a great day!