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  1. #1
    Cheryl Guest

    Default Breakfast to go

    This morning I had to use up some stuff in the fridge so I made some
    biscuit, egg, bacon and cheese cups. Swiss cheese, chopped bacon cooked
    crisp, 5 eggs, a couple of splashes of half and half. The biscuits are the
    refrigerator roll type but I'd bet these would be better with puff pastry.
    I used my Pampered Chef flower shaped muffin pan for most of them. I'm
    going to freeze the rest for quick breakfasts.

    http://i34.tinypic.com/qwwvnc.jpg


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    Sky Guest

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    Cheryl wrote:
    >
    > This morning I had to use up some stuff in the fridge so I made some
    > biscuit, egg, bacon and cheese cups. Swiss cheese, chopped bacon cooked
    > crisp, 5 eggs, a couple of splashes of half and half. The biscuits are the
    > refrigerator roll type but I'd bet these would be better with puff pastry.
    > I used my Pampered Chef flower shaped muffin pan for most of them. I'm
    > going to freeze the rest for quick breakfasts.
    >
    > http://i34.tinypic.com/qwwvnc.jpg


    Dang, but those sure look good and tasty!! Great job

    Sky

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    Omelet Guest

    Default Re: Breakfast to go

    In article <c4vtm.60897$[email protected]>,
    "Cheryl" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > This morning I had to use up some stuff in the fridge so I made some
    > biscuit, egg, bacon and cheese cups. Swiss cheese, chopped bacon cooked
    > crisp, 5 eggs, a couple of splashes of half and half. The biscuits are the
    > refrigerator roll type but I'd bet these would be better with puff pastry.
    > I used my Pampered Chef flower shaped muffin pan for most of them. I'm
    > going to freeze the rest for quick breakfasts.
    >
    > http://i34.tinypic.com/qwwvnc.jpg


    How cool is that? :-)

    Been working all day on #21 of beef garlic basil sausage. The increase
    in Garlic and Basil worked and the second #10 is on the smoker. We've
    gotten to sample some of the first #11 and it worked a treat. Not the
    least bit dry this time.

    Pics to follow when it chills enough to take photos of the finale...

    The #5 of liverwurst was better than anticipated. I still need to steam
    that, but I won't take pics of it until I serve it. Probably on some
    lettuce wraps.
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    D 2 Guest

    Default Re: Breakfast to go

    Cheryl wrote:
    > This morning I had to use up some stuff in the fridge so I made some
    > biscuit, egg, bacon and cheese cups. Swiss cheese, chopped bacon cooked
    > crisp, 5 eggs, a couple of splashes of half and half. The biscuits are
    > the refrigerator roll type but I'd bet these would be better with puff
    > pastry. I used my Pampered Chef flower shaped muffin pan for most of
    > them. I'm going to freeze the rest for quick breakfasts.
    >
    > http://i34.tinypic.com/qwwvnc.jpg
    >


    Those look great! Do they freeze well? How would you reheat them?

    D

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    Cheryl Guest

    Default Re: Breakfast to go


    "D 2" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected] ...
    > Cheryl wrote:
    >> This morning I had to use up some stuff in the fridge so I made some
    >> biscuit, egg, bacon and cheese cups. Swiss cheese, chopped bacon cooked
    >> crisp, 5 eggs, a couple of splashes of half and half. The biscuits are
    >> the refrigerator roll type but I'd bet these would be better with puff
    >> pastry. I used my Pampered Chef flower shaped muffin pan for most of
    >> them. I'm going to freeze the rest for quick breakfasts.
    >>
    >> http://i34.tinypic.com/qwwvnc.jpg
    >>

    >
    > Those look great! Do they freeze well? How would you reheat them?
    >


    I'll find out. I've never made them before. I froze them on a cookie sheet,
    and when I bagged all of the individual cups, I kept 2 out and let thaw.
    Then I just nuked them for about 40 seconds to heat through. They didn't
    get soft and were heated enough to eat. Just as good as when freshly made.
    I guess the best way would be to reheat them in the oven again.


  6. #6
    Andy Guest

    Default Re: Breakfast to go

    Cheryl said...

    >
    > "D 2" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected] ...
    >> Cheryl wrote:
    >>> This morning I had to use up some stuff in the fridge so I made some
    >>> biscuit, egg, bacon and cheese cups. Swiss cheese, chopped bacon
    >>> cooked crisp, 5 eggs, a couple of splashes of half and half. The
    >>> biscuits are the refrigerator roll type but I'd bet these would be
    >>> better with puff pastry. I used my Pampered Chef flower shaped muffin
    >>> pan for most of them. I'm going to freeze the rest for quick
    >>> breakfasts.
    >>>
    >>> http://i34.tinypic.com/qwwvnc.jpg
    >>>

    >>
    >> Those look great! Do they freeze well? How would you reheat them?
    >>

    >
    > I'll find out. I've never made them before. I froze them on a cookie
    > sheet, and when I bagged all of the individual cups, I kept 2 out and
    > let thaw. Then I just nuked them for about 40 seconds to heat through.
    > They didn't get soft and were heated enough to eat. Just as good as when
    > freshly made. I guess the best way would be to reheat them in the oven
    > again.



    Looks and sounds like little covered personal quiches.

    I'd probably mist them with water and convection bake them for a couple
    minutes.

    I'd like six to go, please?

    Andy

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    cybercat Guest

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    "Cheryl" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:c4vtm.60897$[email protected]..
    > This morning I had to use up some stuff in the fridge so I made some
    > biscuit, egg, bacon and cheese cups. Swiss cheese, chopped bacon cooked
    > crisp, 5 eggs, a couple of splashes of half and half. The biscuits are
    > the refrigerator roll type but I'd bet these would be better with puff
    > pastry. I used my Pampered Chef flower shaped muffin pan for most of them.
    > I'm going to freeze the rest for quick breakfasts.
    >
    > http://i34.tinypic.com/qwwvnc.jpg
    >


    Very nice. MMM.



  8. #8
    koko Guest

    Default Re: Breakfast to go

    On Sun, 20 Sep 2009 15:07:51 -0400, "Cheryl" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >This morning I had to use up some stuff in the fridge so I made some
    >biscuit, egg, bacon and cheese cups. Swiss cheese, chopped bacon cooked
    >crisp, 5 eggs, a couple of splashes of half and half. The biscuits are the
    >refrigerator roll type but I'd bet these would be better with puff pastry.
    >I used my Pampered Chef flower shaped muffin pan for most of them. I'm
    >going to freeze the rest for quick breakfasts.
    >
    >http://i34.tinypic.com/qwwvnc.jpg


    I don't know if I'd have any left they look so yummy.

    koko
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