Monday, December 24, 2012

Fast and Easy Biscuits and Gravy

Hope you have a Very Merry Christmas with Friends and Family!

Today is our find of the week! Because tomorrow we are taking the day off.
So, here is a recipe for biscuits and gravy that I love to make.
This could be a great breakfast for Christmas morning!
Biscuits and gravy are always so good and these taste great!
This is a recipe that is 25 minutes or less so you can spend more time spending Christmas with your loved ones tomorrow.

To make these in the most timely matter follow these steps.
1. Turn on the oven. 2. Start browning the sausage. 
3. Make your biscuit dough and place them on the cookies sheets. 
4. Place the biscuits in the oven. 5. Make the Gravy mix and then finish with adding the sausage. 6. Meanwhile, remove your biscuits and you are ready to eat!


2 1/4 cup of Original Bisquick Mix
2/3 cup Milk

Heat oven to 450 degrees. Stir the ingredients until a soft dough forms. Do not knead the dough. Just drop by spoonfuls onto an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake for 8-10 minutes or until they are golden brown. Remove from cookie sheet and place on a wire rack to cool.


1/2 lb. Ground Sausage
This pack of gravy mix. (can be found at most groceries stores) I know it is at Smiths and Macy's. There is also peppered kind that is really good and others too.

In a skillet, brown your sausage and drain the grease. In a small saucepan make your gravy. The directions are on the package. It is really easy and you just add water. 

When your gravy is finished, add your sausage to it. Warm for a few minutes on the stove and enjoy!
Makes 4 Servings

Christmas Potpourri
This makes your home smell wonderful for Christmas!
Orange Slices
Cinnamon Sticks

You can use as many of these as you would like. I like to use 2 oranges (sliced). If you don't have the actual cloves or cinnamon sticks you can definitely use what you have in your spice cabinet. Cranberries are optional depending if you have them or not. Add water and simmer on low on your stove top. Make sure you don't simmer dry. If you have to keep adding water.