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    Default Super Easy Breakfast 'Empanadas'

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    I will post the original recipe, but I normally double or triple it, wrap them up and freeze them for a quick thing to grab on the way out the door in the mornings!

    *1 can Pillsbury Grands biscuits (whichever is your favorite-I like the "Butter Tastin'" and Stephen and E like the "Flaky Grands")
    *1/2 block cream cheese
    *1/2 c. shredded cheddar cheese (I normally like Sharp, but I think this was better with Mild)
    *1/2 pack Sausage
    *4 Scrambed eggs

    Mix the (room temp-very important!) cream cheese and cheese in a bowl.

    Set out the biscuits so that they get room temp.

    Fry your sausage, and crumble

    Scramble your eggs.

    Lay out the biscuits, and spread to about 5 or 6 inches in diameter (they spread better when they aren't cold). Spoon the cream cheese/cheese mixture into them, almost all the way to the edges of the biscuit. Top with sausage and egg, then fold over the biscuit into 'empanada shape' and pinch edges closed.

    Bake at 350 for about 12-14 min!

    If you freeze them-- to cook them, microwave for about a min, then cut in half, and microwave again for about 10 seconds!

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    Default Re: Super Easy Breakfast 'Empanadas'

    Sound fattening, but very tasty! Thanks for posting!

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    Default Re: Super Easy Breakfast 'Empanadas'

    Well, they are very tasty...even considering I use Turkey sausage, Egg whites, FF Cream Cheese, and FF cheese!

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    Default Re: Super Easy Breakfast 'Empanadas'

    I'll probably do the same to lighten them up.

    Oh when you say a 1/2 pack of sausage, how much do you mean?

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    Default Re: Super Easy Breakfast 'Empanadas'

    Sarah, the "rolls" of sausage. ??? Like, the Jimmy Dean pack...with the little metal things on each end. That size. Make sense?

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    Default Re: Super Easy Breakfast 'Empanadas'

    Yup, so, probably around 8 oz. or so. Thank you very much.


 

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