Recipe Monday: Biscuit Quiche

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Sunday morning, I was feeling especially lazy, but Sunday family brunch is a big deal in our house, so this quick recipe made it seem as special as ever. It’s essential some gussied-up eggs poured over an impromptu biscuit crust. EASY.

You’ll need:

A can of Immaculate Baking Biscuits

6 slices of bacon, chopped up.

A shallot.

3/4 cup of shredded cheese (I used sharp cheddar)

8 eggs

Preheat the oven to 375, pop open the can (with care), and using about 6 biscuits, layer the bottom of a 9×9 baking dish with them. You can see, I’ve broken some in half and simply pinched together the holes. It’s ok if some of the egg mixture leaks through. You’ll have a biscuit or two left over that I saved for baking later as a quick snack.

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While the oven is preheating, fry up some bacon and the shallot until the bacon crisps a bit and the shallot softens.

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In a bowl, scramble the eggs and cheese, and then add the bacon and shallot mixture. Mix it all up and pour it over the biscuit crust.

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Pop it in the oven and bake for about 35-40 minutes, until the eggs rise and firm up. Let cool a bit, and slice. A big hit.

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2 thoughts on “Recipe Monday: Biscuit Quiche

  1. Our grocery stores don’t carry Immaculate Baking Biscuits. I take it we can use Pillsbury or the store brand? but buttermilk, flake or what do you use?
    I just found your web sight am looking forward to making your recipes.

    • bettercookies says:

      Hey Allzz! Either buttermilk or flaky would work just fine! Please feel free to check out our online store locator at https://bit.ly/IBStore to find stores near you that do carry our goodies! Fingers crossed that we’ll be found soon because we’d really love it if you gave us a try! Thanks!

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