My Alma Mater just one the Rose Bowl! Wahooo!!!!!!!!
I grew up living less than a mile from TCU and going to the football games at Amon Carter Stadium. Then, one day I actually went to school there and got my first degree in Social Work. I am so proud of my Alma Mater! Just a friendly little shout out to the Frogs!
OK, back on track. Happy New Year everyone! This morning to kick the new year off I made a breakfast pull-apart bread. A co-worker brought this one day at work and it was so good! Then I found out how easy it was to make. Oh, and it was a good as I remembered.
First you cut up onions and bells.
Then while your onions an peps are cooking you take 3 cans of Grands biscuits.....
And chop into fourths...
This recipe calls for 2 pounds of bacon. Now, I do love some bacon but 2 pounds of bacon seems a bit ridiculous and a heart attack waiting to happen. So I fried up 2 ounces of bacon and also chopped up some turkey sausage. Not that the sausage actually had to be turkey, but, I do tend to eat healthy regardless of what what this post looks like and typically have turkey sausage on hand for breakfast on the weekends. But, anyhow, I guess what I am trying to say is, I fried up bacon and turkey sausage and mixed it together.
Then I took each biscuit and dipped it into melted butter.
Yeah I know, Paula Deen should be on hand but she is at the Rose Bowl!
I put one layer of biscuits, one layer of bacon and sausage, one later of onions and bells, and one layer of cheese, into a bunt pan.
I repeated and ended with a layer of biscuits on top.
I popped it in the oven at 350 for about 30 minutes but that really was not long enough. I would crank this up to 375 for at least 45 minutes or so. Just keep an eye on it so it does not brown on top. I actually placed a piece of foil on top for the last 30 minutes.
It turned out perfectly!
We pulled it apart and then.............
Ate it up with a bit of New Year Mimosas!
Then, after we ate, I chilled out all day and knitted up my Victoria yarn and watched the Rose Bowl. I also learned how to card wool but I will post about that tomorrow! Until then!
Cheers and Happy New Year!