We are rolling into week 3 of our Easy Meals for the New Year challenge. Today’s recipe comes to us from Cleverly Simple; a lovely blog with lots of delicious, easy, and creative recipes. Go check it out!
Sausage and Cheese Biscuits are the perfect meal prep recipe for a Sunday because you can make a large batch and freeze or refrigerate them so that they are ready to eat for the week ahead. Make a double batch of these, because they’ll be eaten up before you know it!
These Sausage and Cheese Biscuits are made with frozen (or fresh!) hash browns. If you are anything like me, the bag I get from the store is too huge for one recipe, so I always have some stashed away. This recipe is the perfect way to use it up!
Eggs, Sausage, and potatoes are the main components of this recipe, which make them the perfect grab-and-go breakfast for you and your family. These have great flavor and remind me a lot of the sausage balls my mom used to make us when I was a kid.
Sausage and Cheese Biscuits
brought to you by Cleverly Simple
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