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Thursday, November 18, 2010

I DO LOVE ME SOME BREAKFAST....

We love STUFFED BISCUITS...
I used GRANDS canned biscuits for these..
They are larger and hold more goodness...
plus we really like GRANDS.
For these, I used REAL bacon bits
and sharp cheddar cheese...
I really like fried bacon best...
and a thin ham slice is out-of-this wonderful on these....maybe with Feta...ummmm
I really need to try that one.
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For these, I didn't put as much bacon bits as I normally do..I ran out..:(
They are best, stuffed with as much goodness as you can get in them..
and green onions
chives
sausage
just about anything YOU like.
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Then I just roll and put on a cookie sheet, seam side down..

Bake at 400 until golden brown..
Aren't they good lookin' !
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They are FANTASTIC for an "on the go" breakfast, too...yummy
 I think you will like these for a change at breakfast..
scramble some eggs, add a  little hot sauce
and
call me...I'll be right over....
especially if you fix me a cup of DUNKIN DONUTS coffee to go with it..
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...and some ripe, juicy, lucious RED strawberries will suit me just fine !
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My thanks to you for hosting these wonderful events.

LOVE, bj

38 comments:

Gina said...

Yummo! I have to try this!!!
:) Gina
http://ginahickman.blogspot.com

La said...

Will you adopt me? These sounds so good...

Love your big band music!

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

BJ,
This is my kind of breakfast! YUMMO! My family will LOVE these! Just in time for my houseful at Thanksgiving!!!!!!
xo Yvonne

Jean Tuthill said...

OH MY GOODNESS! They sure look delicious! I'll have to try this!

salmagundi said...

Great idea! I'll definitely try this one. Sally

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

You always show the best photos of GOOD food! You're making me hungry! Pass me a biscuit! heehee! Hugs! ♥

Beth said...

BJ, Those look great! I am getting hungry! You are the best-est cook ever, BJ!!!
Hugs, Beth

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

Oh my, I haven't used Grands since my girls lived at home! They are wonderful biscuits and using them in this way sounds so goooood!

Emily {Frilly Details} said...

What a great idea for a yummy breakfast!! I'm totally making these!! Thanks for sharing. Dunkin Donuts coffee is a must in our house. :)

Deanna said...

Sheer torture! I'm with La...I am currently available for adoption...lol!

Love always,
Deanna :D

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Miz Helen said...

These little breakfast goodies are just great. Thank you so much for sharing your idea.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Miz Helen

WhatKarenSees said...

Just stumbled on to your blog and have so enjoyed my visit. Your posts are interesting and entertaining and fun. Besides, it's always nice to meet another 'senior' who is into blogging! I will 'follow' and visit you again soon, and I invite you to visit me too!

Jacqueline said...

We love breakfast sandwiches! This is a brand new take on them. I need to try these. I can see my 16 year old making these one of his specialties that he makes from now on.

Deb said...

SCRUMPTIOUS! You come up with the best recipes. Hugs, Deb=^..^=x5

Pattie @ Olla-Podrida said...

These look delicious! What a great idea and so very doable no matter how early in the morning. Thanks for the great idea.

Zondra Art said...

Yummiii...nice and taste breakfast!!!

Kisses and happy weekend dear BJ.

xinex said...

What a great idea! It looks so good and so simple too. Thanks for sharing, BJ!...Christine

Theresa said...

YUMMMMMMY...I do this with crescents but will have to try the Grands version! Enjoy your day dear BJ! HUGS

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhh, BJ, you've accomplished getting the drool dribbling down my chin early this morning!!! May I ask that you kindly send over one of these...in fact, show up on my doorstep, we'll make a little brunch out of all the goodies. I'll have the juice and coffee and tea all ready!


My Show n Tell is here with the link that follows...I do hope you can find time to visit. click here

Jenny said...

These look amazing!!

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

'Aunt Amelia' says;
Please HELP!!!

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

'Aunt Amelia' says;
Please HELP!!!

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

'Aunt Amelia' says;
Please HELP!!!

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

Now that looks awesome!
And I just peaked at your beautiful Thanksgiving tables!
I love each and every one!
That is always how our house has been. To fit everyone we need to have several small tables too.
Your guests will feel so pampered and cozy!
Hugs,
Cindy

From the Kitchen said...

I'd say they look "Grand"! Breakfast is my favorite meal hands down. The bigger the better! I can see a basket of these popped on the kitchen counter for our holiday guests to pick up on their way through the morning kitchen. Thanks a bunch!

Best,
Bonnie

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

PS....
BJ?---in regards to the Blogger Over 50, as of April of this coming year, 2011, Blogrolling will not be reactivated according to their administrative site. So, whenever you wish, you can take down the Bloggers Over 50 link on your sidebar, as it will no longer exist. It's something I have no control over.

Debbie said...

I'm so hungry right now.
I'm mean, seriously.

Those look unbelievably delicious.

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh I am starving!

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

Those look soooooo tasty! Thank you BJ for this great recipe....
Hugs,
Penny

Beverly said...

I'm so glad you posted this idea. I will be making these Sunday morning.

You're so good about sharing with all of us.

Jacqueline said...

BJ, I got the little red plates at Wal Mart last Christmas. And yes, Macy's has an online store, so be sure and enter. Go to my Fall Centerpiece and leave up to 3 comments. Good luck!

Tete said...

I am so going to try this! Have you ever rolled them out and put pie filling in them and fried them? The best homemade freid pies ever.
Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment on my blog!
Hugs- Tete

Julie M. said...

This sounds easy and oh so tasty to boot! Thanks so much for linking up to Family Friendly Fridays!

Carol said...

BJ,
These look yummy! I'm going back to read the recipe again!

Barb said...

Hi bj,

Those look good! I can smell them over here-hehe.

hugs,
Barb

Rita said...

Best looking biscuits I've ever seen; I'm keeping this one; I know it will be a hit. Thank you!

Holly said...

What a fabulous idea...I am so doing this...I see a Christmas morning treat! But of course we'll be trying them before that!