Almond Meal Biscuits

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Nothing makes a Sunday better than church, football, and comfort food! I made us some almond meal biscuits to go with our sausage gravy and OH MY WORD y’all! So yummy!

The only thing I need to tweak is my sausage seasoning recipe. I think the B’s & G’s would taste better with less spice. Stay tuned for that one day. Y’all may  need to remind me on that one.

Because of how stinkin’ good the B’s & G’s were on Sunday,  I’ve had biscuits on my mind. Lucky for me, I’m hosting a free food group on Facebook this week & one of the make ahead recipes was breakfast sandwiches. SO, I made some more biscuits &  hooked Shawn up with a few sandy’s for the week.

If you wanna be in my next free group, you can apply here! The more the merrier!


2.5 c almond meal
½ tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp sea salt
⅛ tsp baking powder
3 tbsp butter, melted
10 drops liquid stevia
3 tbsp unsweetened almond milk
2 large eggs
¼ tsp apple cider vinegar


Combine the dry ingredients. Add in everything except the eggs. Mix well then add in the eggs.

Oven to 350, line a baking sheet with parchment paper, & drop the dough onto the paper about 2 inches apart. These babies rise! Bake for 15-20 min (depending on size). The recipe made 7 biscuits & I baked em for 20 min. I wanted em to be big enough for the sandwiches! 

For the biscuits alone here’s the nutritional info: Calories 322 | Fat 27.7g | Protein 11.8 g | 7.2 g

img_8337This is how I made the sandwiches in advance:

I made the biscuits. While they were baking, I fried the eggs with a hard yoke and seasoned them with salt & pepper. I used 1 egg per sandwich, 1 slice of applegate pepperoni (it’d be REALLY good with a turkey sausage patty-here’s my recipe for breakfast sausage again) , & 1 slice of cheese (he can eat cheese). I wish I would have put spicy brown mustard or dijon on them too!

I sliced the biscuits in half and let them cool while the eggs came to room temperature as well. I  put the cheese on one side, the pepperoni on top of that, & then the egg on top. I didn’t want the cheese to slide off when he reheated it today! I wrapped the cooled, put together biscuits in saran wrap & put em in the fridge. You can even make a HUGE batch and freeze em. You’d do the same thing as above, but would put each of those individually wrapped sandwiches in a large ziploc baggie with the date on it. They should keep for about 4 weeks.

If you don’t like the almond meal biscuits or can eat english muffins, do it with those! You’ll wanna toast the english muffins first!

 

 

 

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