Breakfast in the palm of your hand: Cheesy Sausage Biscuits

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We love breakfast. We really love breakfast we can carry with us as we rush through our mornings. Sometimes our mornings start like this:

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And we know it’s just going to be one of those days.

These little biscuits keep us going while we chase after the Littles and keep up with the Bigs.

Cheesy Sausage Biscuits

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Ingredients:

  • Canned Biscuits – small
  • Cheese
  • Browned Sausage
  • Butter

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Preheat your oven to 400. Assemble ingredients and set up your work space. This process works best if you use an assembly line approach.

Flatten biscuit dough in the palm of your hand, like a tiny pizza.

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Grab a slice of cheese. The type of cheese is up to you. I use American cheese for its meltiness. I cut each slice into fourths.

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Place cheese and a pinch of sausage onto smooshed biscuit.

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Fold and seal biscuit dough around filling.

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Pinching all sides closed to seal in the cheesy goodness.

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Place seam side down into pan and repeat the process.

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You could pop these into the oven right now and they would be just fine. But we like to get a little naughty and add melted butter. What good is a biscuit without butter, right?

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Bake these at 400 for about 15-20 minutes. Just long enough to brown.

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Allow to cool slightly before inhaling.

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2 thoughts on “Breakfast in the palm of your hand: Cheesy Sausage Biscuits

    • Kristi 🙂 I’ve never tried it – but I don’t see why not. I would flash freeze them after baking (might let them cool first) then store in a big ziplock bag. To reheat: wrap in a paper towel and heat for 30 seconds to one minute

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