So, it’s that time again! The one you couldn’t wait for mid-summer and now are feeling sort of sad about! That’s right, school is starting!!! I am going to go ahead and admit that I don’t get up early enough to cook breakfast during the school year at the zoo!!! I can’t help it! I’m lazy and her bus runs at SEVEN in the morning!!!
Hopefully it will start running a little later as we are now a lot closer to the school!!! SO, to compensate for my terrible sleeping habit, I try to make things that my Monkey can pop in the toaster oven or microwave so that she doesn’t have to eat cereal all of the time. She loves the breakfast burritos, but I figured some variety would be nice!
I’ve worked at a lot of gas stations, and they always have the biscuits for sale so I decided to do those. I prefer them on croissants, but I’m too cheap to buy the rolls and wasn’t quite ready to learn to make them. Â Baking bread is not my talent! So, here are the ones I did. You can use any ingredients, then just roll them up in plastic and freeze!
I put mine in a large ziploc to keep them from getting freezer burnt. Just set them out the night before, or thaw as you cook them! When they cook, the cheese will melt into goodness!!! If you microwave them, you can leave the plastic on but obviously don’t leave it on in the oven!!!
Make Ahead Breakfast Biscuits
- Cook biscuits.
- Add your favorite breakfast sandwich ingredients.
- Space them out on a cookie sheet to freeze.
- Once frozen, wrap in plastic wrap and place in plastic bags or air tight freezer containers.
Three ways to Prepare Them:
- Lay them out in the fridge the night before and heat up in the morning.
- Heat them in the plastic wrap in the microwave.
- Heat them in the oven or toaster oven without the plastic.
Some ingredients you can use to make your breakfast biscuits:
- ham & cheese
- bacon, egg & cheese
- egg & cheese
- bacon & cheese
- sausage, egg, & cheese
I think you get the idea! These are super simple. You could also make them on bagels or croissants.
Oh, how far one has come…Â These photos were from when I first began blogging. Needless to say, photography has indeed improved a bit! When I get around to making them again, I’ll try to remember to take better photos!