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It’s football season, and every Saturday morning my boys watch their beloved LSU Tigers play ball. This is the breakfast of champions! GEAUX TIGERS!
Bake the biscuits according to the instructions on the can.
In a greased frying pan, drop two eggs over low heat and cover. Salt to taste. Cook them ‘Sunny Side Up’ – cooking until all the white is cooked but the yolk is still very runny. (I add a drop of water to speed up the cooking process by steaming them and this also helps to assure the yolks don’t over cook).
Put your cooked eggs into a bowl and smash the whole egg (whites included) with a fork. Set aside.
Remove the bottom layer of each cooked biscuit, and turn it upside down onto a plate. Spread on a desired amount of grape jelly and top with some of the smashed egg on each biscuit. Serve immediately.
NOTE: 1 serving = 3 biscuits + grape jelly + 2 smashed eggs divided
Easy breakfast sandwich you just cook in the broiler in a few minutes! Also great on a whole grain bagel.
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