Sausage ‘n Apple Cheddar Biscuit Bake

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Following my usual MO, having company over the weekend led me to stray from my normal breakfast routine (although both kids were begging for pancakes). This recipe, although similar to some others I’ve made (sausage/apple/egg) was the one on my list chosen.

Overall, putting it together went well and I believe it turned out well. The only issue I had was that it says the prep time is 20 minutes and it took me 45 minutes to get everything put together AND that doesn’t include doing some of the prep (dicing onions and shredding cheese) the night before. I can see, maybe, that it would only take 20 minutes if you don’t count the time it takes to peel and dice the apples or the opinion, but that’s part of the prep.

Anyways, I had planned on lots of time to make it, knowing that it might take me awhile, so it didn’t mess up when breakfast was actually ready.

Oh, and although I let the sausage/apple/onion mix cook longer than it stated it needed to (waiting for the sausage to fully cook), some of the onions where still crunchy. I tried to dice them small (hiding them from the kids) but they still didn’t get soft. I might recommend cooking the sausage separate from the apples and onion. I don’t see a need to do them together and it would help speed things along I think. Even if it does dirty a second pan.

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2 Responses to Sausage ‘n Apple Cheddar Biscuit Bake

  1. What about cooking the onions and apples in the pan and the juices and fat from the sausage? It would add more flavor, but wouldn’t cut down on time.

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