Monday, August 28, 2017

Mile High Denver Omelet Biscuits

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Mile High Denver Omelet Biscuits - are a quick, easy, and kid friendly breakfast the whole family will love

Mile High Denver Omelet Biscuits are a quick, easy, and kid friendly breakfast the whole family will love from www.bobbiskozykitchen.com

Mile High Denver Omelet Biscuits are a quick, easy, and kid friendly breakfast the whole family will love from www.bobbiskozykitchen.com







Well hello there  

How are you this fine Monday morning?

Are you doing the whole back-to-school thing? Rushing to get yourself ready, the kids, lunches and backpacks ready to go, oh and trying to get a good breakfast into everyone before they rush out the door?

Well, I don't have any school aged kidlets anymore, but things here have been nutso. I mean like full-on crazy train!

Y'all know, from my post last week, that Rocky is sick. So I have a med schedule I have to stick to. Plus they are playing around with the Mr's work schedule, so I really have no idea what time he is working on any given day of the week. He opens, he closes, who knows what in the heck is going on?

Then, Mini Me moved out with some friends, all the way over to Seattle. Don't even get me started on how I feel about that. Empty nest syndrome has come to roost and I haven't stopped pouting since I watched her car drive down the road. Oh sure, I knew she was moving, but it still doesn't mean I was totally happy about it. I am still bouncing back and forth between "I want my baby back" and "I am so happy she is starting a new chapter in her life".

So needless to say my moods change with no warning.

I think Kevin might be ready to move out with my daughter!

Also, I am watching the G-baby 2 days a week now because Mini Me watched her on Fridays. I am not complaining, we love having our granddaughter here, it is just a matter of adjusting my schedule.

But, between Kevin's crazy schedule and getting used to my new schedule, breakfasts have kinda gone out the window and we have been grabbing whatever, whenever we can.

No Bueno! I like making sure that everyone gets a good breakfast in their tummies so the day can start off right.



Friends! These biscuits have been a Godsend to me!! If you have followed me for any length of time you know that I lived in the south for a few years and fell in love with the food. Fried chicken, soup beans, salmon patties, and of course some good ol' buttermilk biscuits.

However, I just can't seem to get the biscuit portion of the program down. I have tried and tried.......and tried 

Now you understand why I am so uber happy that I found these biscuits. They are so easy to heat up in the oven, or microwave. So we are never more than a couple of minutes away from a nice hot buttermilk biscuit if a craving hits us. 

Which is quite a bit for me since I made more Strawberry Banana Jam, Blueberry Chia Jam, and Cantaloupe Jelly

They really do taste just like those biscuits I grew to love down south! My freezer is never without a bag...or two now.



Now, these biscuits with butter and jam, are truly amazeballs. But, I knew I wanted to come up with a nice, hearty breakfast. One that is quick, easy, kid-friendly, and most of all portable.

I am an omelet junkie. I can seriously throw just about anything into some eggs, add a bit of cheese, and I am a happy camper.

Kevin just wants a breakfast that is a stick to your ribs kinda meal. In his mind, it must have eggs, meat, and bread.

The G-baby?

Well, she loves eggs, cheese, and loves to feed herself now.

The result when I tossed all of these wants and needs together?

These deeeelish Mile High Denver Omelet Biscuits!









Are you looking for a quick and easy breakfast that is also kid friendly? These Mile High Denver Omelet Biscuits fit that to a T from www.bobbiskozykitchen.com

Are you looking for a quick and easy breakfast that is also kid friendly? These Mile High Denver Omelet Biscuits fit that to a T from www.bobbiskozykitchen.com


Not only do these breakfast sammies taste as good as they look, they are a great make ahead breakfast for those peeps that don't have the time to eat right at the moment, or for days when you don't have the time to cook.

Just wrap the cooled biscuit sandwiches tightly in plastic wrap, then tin foil. Place them in the freezer and, when you are ready to eat, remove the foil and plastic wrap and wrap the frozen biscuits in a paper towel. 

Then heat in the microwave for 1 to 2 minutes, or until the sandwich is hot.

Allow it to cool a bit (I have been known to be impatient and burn my mouth) and nosh your way into breakfast heaven!

So, hit the store and buy a bag, or three, of Bridgford Heat and Serve Buttermilk Biscuits, and all of the other fixin's so you can whip up a batch of these Mile High Denver Omelet Biscuits.

If your family is anything like my family they will thank you in between big bites of these amazing breakfast sandwiches!



Quick, easy, and kid friendly, these Mile High Denver Omelet Biscuits are sure to be a crowd pleaser from www.bobbiskozykitchen.com


Yield: 6 servings
Quick, easy, and kid friendly, these Mile High Denver Omelet Biscuits are sure to be a crowd pleaser from www.bobbiskozykitchen.com

Mile High Denver Omelet Biscuits

All the goodness of a Denver Omelet packed into a handheld breakfast to go.
prep time: 10 MINScook time: 15 MINStotal time: 25 mins

INGREDIENTS:


  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 bell pepper, chopped (I use 1/2 red and 1/2 orange)
  • 1/2 onion, chopped
  • 6 slices Canadian bacon or ham
  • 12 eggs, beaten
  • Kosher salt
  • Fresh cracked black pepper
  • 1 tablespoon butter, melted
  • 6 Bridgford Heat and Serve Buttermilk Biscuits
  • 6 slices cheese, can use any cheese you prefer (Borden Cheese is a great choice if you’re able to find in your local grocery store)

INSTRUCTIONS


  1. In a large skillet, heat the oil over medium heat. Add the peppers and onions, and cook until the onions are translucent, about 5 to 7 minutes. remove the mixture to a bowl and set aside. Add the Canadian bacon the pan and cook until each piece is warmed through. Remove from the heat.
  2. Meanwhile, crack the eggs into a large bowl. Add salt and pepper, and beat well.
  3. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Spray a jumbo muffin pan with non-stick spray.
  4. Place a heaping tablespoon of the pepper mixture into each section of the muffin pan. Then pour 1/2 cup of the eggs on top.
  5. Place the muffin pan into the oven, on the other side of the oven rack, and bake for 15 to 17 minutes, or until the eggs are cooked through. Remove the muffin pan from the oven. Run a knife around the edge of each egg to loosen from the pan.
  6. Place 6 Bridgford Heat and Serve Buttermilk Biscuits onto a small (1/4 sheet) sheet pan or oven safe tray. Brush the top of each biscuit with the melted butter. Place the sheet pan on one side of the oven rack. Bake per package directions, remove from the oven and split the biscuits in half with a fork
  7. Place the biscuit bottoms on the small sheet pan. Top with a slice of Canadian bacon, 1 egg muffin, and a slice of cheese. Put the baking sheet into the oven until the cheese begins to melt.
  8. Remove from the oven and place the biscuit tops on top of the cheese.
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21 comments:

  1. What a wonderful breakfast idea! I love the look of these beautiful tasty Mile-High Denver Omelet Biscuits. The next time I'm grocery shopping I'll be looking for Bridgford Buttermilk Biscuits. I love recipes that are quick, easy and super yummy!

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    1. I love quick and easy too. Especially when you are trying to get everyone ready and out the door! Make sure to look in your freezer section for the biscuits.

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  2. Yum, those look so good. They also look like they'd be a fairly decent grab-and-go breakfast. I need more of those in my life... haha

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    1. I am with you on the grab and go! Sometimes you just need to get out the door, but want to eat too.

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  3. I am not too into the biscuit but I love the way you prepared the eggs and can totally see myself doing that.

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  4. This looks awesome! An easy breakfast for a large family. Although I think I would prefer real cheese to the processed stuff.

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    1. You can use any cheese you prefer :) I would choose one that melts fairly easily though so you don't over cook the eggs when you melt the cheeses :)

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  5. I don't even know if I can stand the deep love and desire I feel in looking at these biscuits. They look *incredible*.

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  6. I have a 22 year old and a 14 year old still at home. I get so irritated with things that they do and messes they make, but I guess I should enjoy it while I can. Anyway, they both love breakfast foods so this amazing recipe is going to be dinner tonight!

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  7. My family loves it when I make biscuits. That reminds me. I haven't made them in a while.

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  8. These look so tasty!! We don't have biscuits in Australia and I'm yet to try one but I can almost taste this sandwich through my screen!

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  9. Wow...this looks amazing. Love making them on the buttermilk biscuits -- also great blog one of the best food ones I've seen!

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  10. This made me hungry! It looks so easy too. I love your blog and the pics. Thanks for sharing!

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  11. This southern girl loves her buttermilk biscuits! I will have to check these frozen biscuits out as I rarely have time to make them from scratch myself. Your Denver omelet biscuits look amazing!

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  12. Not sue if these area sold and available in Los Angeles. Months ago I found stuffed hashbrowns by Jimmy Dean and the store stopped selling them soon after but a cashier said not only did I ask about them but so did others.

    My sons are 22 and 21 and seem only interested in fast food breakfasts. I like that they are portable and can be stored in freezer. Temps here have been 100 past two days so turning on the oven is not an option.

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  13. Wow these look delicious. Great ready to prep breakfast. I am not sure about the availability these heat and serve biscuits, but I might have to make do with bread! I hope it will work

    Gayathri @ Musings Over Nothing

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  14. This breakfast looks great, though it's not my type of breakfast anymore (used to be) since I finally started to eat more healthy (fruits and vegetables mostly).

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  15. You make cooking look so easy. This is an awesome way to make an amazing breakfast for the family.

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  16. These look delicious and so easy to make. I must check out these biscuits.

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