The ingredients I used. Absent: Milk, eggs, and cream cheese (that I didn't use)
The sausage/tomato/onion mix.
The eggs mixed with margarine, seasoned salt, and pepper.
The mixed while beginning to get topped with cheese.
Fresh out of the oven! (Couldn't even wait to take pictures to eat it! Lmao)
Recipe: Freestyle Breakfast Casserole
I spent Saturday moving my little sister into her apartment for her next semester in college so that night I went grocery shopping to make breakfast casserole the next day. Since she doesn’t cook, I didn’t feel the need to buy a load of groceries so I bought cheap but very useful ingredients to make the casserole. I bought frozen garlic tomatoes and onions, pre-shredded cheese, sausage, two cans of crescent rolls, milk, and Blue Bonnet (I am FASCINATED with the concept of margarine. Plus it was like 80 cents. #Win!)
Since this was my very first time making this with me receiving non-concrete instructions while I tried to combine two recipes, I left a lot of room for mistakes. I opened a can of crescent rolls, peeled them, then put them in the pan. I warmed some butter in the skillet before I tossed the onions and tomatoes in to warm. Then I added the sausage (I only ended up using one roll) and broke it apart. After it browned, I drained the sausage with the tomatoes and onions and started making the eggs.
I made two batches of eggs—one I scrambled in a bowl, one in the skillet. For the bowl, I cracked 2 or 3 eggs and added a tablespoon of Blue Bonnet (greatness), seasoned salt, and pepper. I added more Blue Bonnet (that stuff is AMAZING) in the skillet and cracked around 3 more eggs in the skillet mixing it with the same stuff. I slow cooked the eggs, and when they were done, I mixed them with the sausage/tomato onion mix, put it on top of the crescent rolls, and layered a bag of cheese over it. I opened another can of crescent rolls and put it on top and baked it in a 350 degree oven for what seemed like HOURS (but was really 20 minutes).
Next time, I’ll do a lot “mo better” and add cream cheese and plan my recipe before freestyling. It will STILL delicious! I’m most definitely making this again this weekend.