(I am a compensated Great Day Farms ambassador.)
My son had a sleepover the other night. I always love making big breakfasts when the kids have sleepovers, but it wasn’t until I reached into our deep freezer did I realize.. no hash browns, no bacon (the bulk box was in there, just empty), and no pancake mix in the pantry, either. I did have a roll of natural sausage to be thawed, a big box of Bisquick, and my trusty Great Day Farms eggs. BOOM, baby! Breakfast sandwiches made of win!
It didn’t take much to put these together, either. Just a regular biscuit dough preparation and bake, sliced in half and buttered. (Yes, they must be buttered. You’ll thank me later.) You can get the full recipe ingredients on the Great Day Farms website, but I outlined with pictures how I put ’em together below:
I whisked a bunch of eggs at one time (as you see in that second picture) and I poured about a 1/2 cup or so into a medium-sized skillet sprayed with cooking spray and lightly buttered. I swirl the whisked egg around to fill out the entire bottom of the pan, let it bubble and cook, and then I flip.
Once flipped, I place two slices of cheese next to one another.
Using a spatula, I slice them in half – this makes two sandwiches at once! Boom!
Add in the browned sausage by the spoonful…
..and flip in half, and place them on the buttered biscuit. WALA!
Promise you, your family will L-O-V-E me for this one.
Now that you know how to make ’em, check out my recipe on the Great Day Farms website.
And be sure to have plenty of napkins around, the cheese all warm and gooey might get a teeny tiny bit messy.