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Make-Ahead Egg Biscuit Bites (for your refrigerator)

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This is exactly the type of recipe I need right now… so I am happy to share these pre-made egg cookie bites with you in today’s new post!

Why advance recipes are the key

Recently, it seems that what my girls do is that they have very little time to come and go at home. They return to the school building five days a week (!!), and this month they will also conduct juggling clinics and trial training for their school and travel sports (cheering), upcoming final exams, tutoring, etc. It feels like our normal busy life has officially returned and stayed!

with, Instead of cowering when they pick up the packaged bar For breakfast during the trip or snacks between school and sports, I decided that I needed to enhance my homemade food game with some attractive items they wanted!

So today, I want to share the Make-Ahead Egg Biscuit Bites they have always liked (I did put a little fresh fruit next to it…always push the produce here!).you could Store them in the refrigerator for a few days or in the refrigerator for a period of timer and They are not difficult to prepare!

Assemble pre-made egg biscuit bites

How to freeze, defrost and reheat egg cookie bites

Keeping them in the refrigerator is the easy part, but there are several ways to do it.

How to freeze:

Wrap each egg cookie with a piece of parchment paper, carefully place them in a large freezer-safe bag (don’t forget to mark the contents and date), and freeze.

How to defrost and reheat:

I personally took out any frozen breakfast food (be it biscuits, burritos, muffins, waffles or pancakes) the night before and let it slowly thaw in the refrigerator overnight. Then heat it in the microwave for about 20 to 30 seconds.

If you cannot defrost overnight, please reheat it in a microwave oven at 50% power for a period of time.

You can also heat it in the oven at 350 degrees for 3 to 5 minutes. You can remove the top of the biscuits to reheat more evenly.

Other early breakfast recipe ideas

Here are some breakfast recipes that are more suitable for freezing. They use whole grains and are perfect to take with you.

Make-Ahead Egg Biscuit Bites

Skip the highly processed, packaged, and carry-on items, but make these simple Make-Ahead Egg Biscuit Bites. They are suitable for freezing and very suitable for busy mornings.

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raw material

For eggs

Bacon (you can use ham or sausage instead)

For assembly

  • 12 slice cheese, Small square slices (multiple choices, recommended cheddar cheese or jack)

Instructions

For eggs

  1. Preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit. Spread a large amount of butter on an 8-inch or 9-inch square baking pan and set aside.

  2. Put the eggs, milk, salt, and pepper in a medium-sized bowl and mix well to make the color uniform. Pour the egg mixture into a greased baking pan and bake until set and no longer runny, 15-20 minutes. Cut into twelve rectangles.

For cookies

  1. Preheat the oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit.Mix flour, baking powder and salt in one Big bowl. brush together.

  2. Cut the cold butter into pea-sized pieces, then use a spatula to knead it into a dough Pastry mixer tool Or the back of the fork (or your hand-just use your fingers to squeeze the floured butter into small pieces). Stir the buttermilk with a fork until completely combined.

  3. Turn the dough onto a floured surface and sprinkle more flour on it. Fold the dough and tap down 15 or 20 times. Use your hands to pat it into a thick piece about 3/4 to 1 inch thick, then use a knife to cut the dough into twelve squares (fold the last piece together).

  4. Spread these pieces on a baking sheet and bake until the top is fluffy and golden brown, which takes about 10 to 12 minutes.

Bacon (can replace ham or sausage)

  1. Preheat the oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit (you can bake at the same time as the biscuits). Spread foil on the baking tray and put a metal grill/cooling rack on it.

  2. Place the bacon in a single layer on the rack. Bake for 12 to 18 minutes, depending on the thickness of the bacon and the crispness you prefer.

For assembly

  1. Cut off the top of each biscuit, and spread egg, bacon, and cheese on the bottom. Put the top back and store in the refrigerator or wrap it in parchment paper, put it in a freezer-safe bag, and store it in the refrigerator on rainy days.


Recipe notes

we recommend Organic ingredients When feasible.

nutrient content

nutrient content

Make-Ahead Egg Biscuit Bites

Amount per serving

Calories 317 Calories from Fat 189

% Daily Value*

fat 21 grams32%

Saturated fat 11g69%

Trans fat 1g

cholesterol 158 mg53%

sodium 631 mg27%

Potassium 194 mg6%

Carbohydrates 17 grams6%

Fiber 2g8%

Sugar 1g1%

protein 15 grams30%

Vitamin A 599IU12%

calcium 331 mg33%

iron 2 mg11%

* The daily percentage value is based on a 2000 calorie diet.