Biscuits and Gravy with Butter Baked Egg and Bacon Crumble

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Breakfast at night is one of my favorite meals to serve up.  Mornings are often so rushed even on the weekends that breakfast gets stolen from us, so we have to make the time to have this fun meal. What I have discovered is that all of my family loves biscuits and gravy, eggs, and bacon.  My simple creation of a one bowl entree is what they have been loving on for years. 

Today I will share with you my secret recipe for biscuits and gravy with butter baked egg and bacon crumble and trust me, you will want to print this recipe.  It’s a bunch of tastes that come together to grace a one bowl presentation and the end result has everyone scooping up the gravy with those homemade biscuits. Grab your Instant Pot and preheat the oven, let’s cook!

As long as you can heat a pot, and place a baking tray in the oven, this recipe is for you.  Lavishly live biscuits and gravy with butter baked egg and bacon crumble out loud, and make sure to print the recipe.

Biscuits and Gravy with Butter Baked Egg and Bacon Crumble

Truth be told I used my pressure cooker to grab fast excellent results, but you can do this in a pot on the stove, all personal choice. I prefer to pressure cook anything that I can, but that is just me. You could also go ahead and use pre-made biscuits but again I prefer the homemade taste on this recipe.

After going out to breakfast with my one son last week, who was more than dissatisfied with his meal, I thought I better turn him right back on to good food and this recipe does that!

INGREDIENTS

Bisquick (make recipe on side of box for biscuits and dumplings and drop by the tablespoon on parchment paper)

One Roll of Refrigerated Breakfast Sausage (found by bacon, hot dogs, etc in refrigerated section)

4 Eggs

4 Small Pyrex Baking Rounds

Spray Butter

Salt

Pepper

1 Jar + additional jar of Heinz 12 Oz Traditional Country Gravy + 1 Jar of Water

6 Pieces of fully cooked Bacon – heated and crumbled

For The Biscuits

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Preheat Oven to 375° Fahrenheit

Line one baking tray with parchment paper

In a bowl prepare Bisquick Mix for dumplings and biscuits

Drop by the heaping tablespoon onto parchment and bake for about 10 minutes. Allow cooling.

Leave oven on as you will be baking eggs in there.

For The Sausage 

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In a pressure cooker, brown meat. (Instant Pot Saute button)

Once meat is browned add in one jar of gravy and one jar of water.

Pressure Cook on meat setting for 3 minutes and use natural release.

For The Eggs 

Spray each glass dish with butter.

Crack one egg into each dish

Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste.

Place in heated oven and allow to bake until center is set (about 15 minutes, oven temperatures vary so watch your eggs)

For The Bacon

Place 6 pieces of bacon on a tray and in the microwave to heat.

Allow to Cool then crumble.

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In a large, wide-mouthed bowl (pasta bowls work well), place down 2 biscuits, a ladle filled with gravy and meat mixture, top with fried egg and then bacon crumbles or strips. Serve.

Print the Recipe Here 

Biscuits and Gravy with Butter Baked Egg and Bacon Crumble

Total Prep Time 36 minutes Egg Cook Time: 15 minutes Bacon Cook Time 1 Minute Gravy & Sausage: 10 Minutes (pressure at 3 minutes + browning 7) Biscuits: 10 Minutes
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Ingredients

  • Bisquick make recipe on side of box for biscuits and dumplings and drop by the tablespoon on parchment paper
  • One Roll of Refrigerated Breakfast Sausage found by bacon, hot dogs, etc in refrigerated section
  • 4 Eggs
  • 4 Small Pyrex Baking Rounds
  • Spray Butter
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • 1 Jar + additional jar of Heinz 12 Oz Traditional Country Gravy + 1 Jar of Water
  • 6 Pieces of fully cooked Bacon - heated and crumbled

Instructions

For The Biscuits

  • Preheat Oven to 375° Fahrenheit
  • Line one baking tray with parchment paper
  • In a bowl prepare Bisquick Mix for dumplings and biscuits
  • Drop by the heaping tablespoon onto parchment and bake for about 10 minutes. Allow to cool.
  • Leave oven on as you will be baking eggs in there.
  • In pressure cooker, brown meat.

For The Sausage

  • Place in pressure cooker or skillet and brown. Make sure to add a few teaspoons of water so it does not burn.
  • Once meat is browned add in one jar of gravy and one jar of water.
  • Pressure Cooker for meat for 3 minutes and allow to cool naturally without releasing fast.

For The Eggs

  • Spray each glass dish with butter.
  • Crack one egg into each dish
  • Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste.
  • Place in heated oven and allow to bake until center is set (about 15 minutes, oven temperatures vary so watch your eggs)

For The Bacon

  • Place 6 pieces of bacon on a tray and in microwave to heat.
  • Allow to Cool then crumble.

For Biscuits and Gravy with Butter Baked Egg and Bacon Crumble

  • In a large, wide mouthed bowl (pasta bowls work well), place down 2 biscuits, a ladle filled with gravy and meat mixture, top with fried egg and then bacon crumble or strips.
  • Serve.

This recipe will have you lavishly living breakfast out loud.  Biscuits and Gravy with Butter Baked Egg and Bacon Crumble is so easy to make, you will want it at least once a week. Let me know how yours turns out. ~Dana

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