Texas Scramble Breakfast

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This is a my variation of a Southern favorite. Yes it probably has a bazillion calories but it taste wonderful. Total time to cook is only about 30 minutes if you time it correctly by cooking the sausage etc. while baking the biscuits.

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Step 1: Get Your Ingredients

  • 4 - Large eggs
  • 1 - Jimmy Deans Maple Sausage - Use half a package
  • 4 - Biscuits
  • 1 - Can of sausage gravy
  • 3/4 Cup of Mexican Blend Cheese Mix
  • Salt and Pepper

Step 2: Start Baking Your Biscuits

While they are baking continue to next step.

Step 3: Brown the Sausage

**It is extremely important to completely cook pork products** Cook until very brown

Step 4: Pat the Excess Grease Off the Sausage

  1. Pat the excess grease off the sausage with clean paper towels. I always open a new roll to make sure they are sterile. A little bit of grease adds flavor.
  2. The second photo shows the "dry" sausage.

Step 5: Stir the Eggs

In a mixing bowl use a fork to mix the eggs for scrambling. I add about a 1/4 of cup the mix to make the scrambled eggs fluffy.

Step 6: Cut Up the Biscuits

About now the biscuits should be cooked so take them out of the oven. Cut four of them up into spoon size bites.

Step 7: Scramble the Eggs.

Step 8: Mix It All Up. Make a Mess.

  • The eggs should still be in the pan.
  • Mix in the can of sausage gravy.
  • Mix in the cooked sausage.
  • Mix in the cut up biscuits.
  • Add salt and pepper.
  • Sprinkle cheese over the mixture.
  • Cover and cook on low until the cheese melts.

Step 9: Eat It Up

This is what it looks like.

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    mrsmerwin

    2 years ago

    I am thinking--leave out the biscuits and wrap the whole thing in a flour tortilla.

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    mrsmerwincalebr13

    Reply 2 years ago

    Around here breakfast is a grab and go activity.

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    James And-JoniD

    2 years ago

    The tortilla is a terrific idea.! It should taste amazing.