Bacon-Cheese Pull Aparts

"11/2005 Each bite is filled with breakfast flavors! You can taste the bacon, cheese, mushroom and green-onion flavors. Originally, this was a Pillsbury Bake-Off 41 (Hollywood,2004) recipe submitted by: Terri Barton of Salt Lake, Utah. It has been noted by one reviewer - that this dish should be used as a side to breakfast or brunch. Update: 07/21/2008. . . . . . . made this again for supper as I like to serve a light meal - we added more fresh mushrooms, we added more green onions, some pimentos and of course more eggs & bacon. :)"
 
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Ready In:
45mins
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
8
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ingredients

  • 1 egg
  • 2 tablespoons milk
  • 1 (16 1/3 ounce) can pillsbury original flaky refrigerated biscuits
  • 4 -6 slices crispy bacon, cooked and broken into 1/2-inch pcs
  • 4 ounces shredded cheddar cheese
  • 1 (4 ounce) can mushroom pieces
  • 14 cup finely chopped green onion, both green and white parts (4 medium)
  • cooking spray
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directions

  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Spray 11x7" or 12x8" (2 quart) glass baking dish, with cooking spray.
  • In a large bowl, beat egg and milk with wire whisk until smooth.
  • Separate dough into 8 biscuits; cut into quarters.
  • Gently stir biscuit pieces into egg mixture to coat evenly.
  • Fold in bacon, cheese, mushrooms and onions.
  • Spoon mixture into sprayed dish; arrange biscuit pieces in a single layer.
  • Bake for 23-28 minutes or until golden brown.
  • Cut into squares or just apull-apart.
  • Serve warm.

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Reviews

  1. cricketbird
    I made this today, followed the recipe (and comments made by Manami) and it was absolutely fantastic!!! Worth more than 5 stars, that's for sure! I did add an extra egg, a bit more milk, fresh mushrooms, and a 'bit' more bacon. I will definitely make this again, many times I'm sure!! P.S. thanks to the zaar helpers. I lost this recipe, but was determined to make it. One write-in describing it, and within 3 minutes, I had the recipe!!!! I'm so glad!!!!!!! Thanks for posting Manami!!!!!!!!
     
  2. CorriePDX
    This recipe, in a slightly easier format, appeared in the Betty Crocker 2009 Best-Loved Holiday magazine, and, boy, was it awesome! We had it Christmas morning and everyone loved it. My recipe did not all for the mushrooms. Also, it called for a 2.2 ounce package of precooked bacon, cut into pieces. We actually used a little bacon and a little diced sausage. We will make this again!
     
  3. SMH4089
    Totally a hit with my athlete kids! I omitted the mushrooms, added an extra egg and 2T more milk. As another reviewer stated, this really is more of a side dish if you portion into 8 servings as directed. This would be great for a brunch meal.
     
  4. Melanie Adrienne
    AWE-SOME! Thanks!
     
  5. sarafarhan
    I am going to try it today for my family and see what it tastes like!
     
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<p>Hello all, thank you for visiting My Page but forgive me for&nbsp;it is a work in progress! :) As I am sure you have noticed I changed my Chef Name to Manami which means love &amp; beauty. ;) Just thought I should get with the program - my geisha &amp; my icon! :) Don't fret, I won't change it again! <br /><br />I am 70 years young and I live in a nursing home, which is out of this world, I am treated like a princess and the world is my oyster! I have a private room and during the season I do taxes for most of the staff, as well as my personal clients that have been following me since I left the business world about 25 years ago. I was rear-ended by a van and it turned my whole world upside down. Why dwell on that? <br /><br />I am an American Jew (from NYC) who moved to Havana, Cuba when I was 2 1/2 years old, lived there until a few days after Castro took over and vamoosed it out of that country as fast as my legs would carry me! I&nbsp;was on a forced hiatus from the UofM, due to illness. <br /><br />From there my sister, mother and I went to NYC to work and my father went to Haiti in Port-Au-Prince, where he and my uncle had purchased some tiny cocoa plantations &amp; a chocolate factory - for the choccolate liquer - to make baking chocolate (the real bitter stuff). We joined my father about 2 months later where I spent 2 of the most carefree &amp; wonderful years of my life! It is the stuff that movies are made of! (A la Grace Kelly - even my clothes were like hers)&gt;&nbsp;</p> <p>I then continued my studies in upstate NY and hated it because it was too, too cold!:( Went back to NYC to work and see what I wanted to do with my life - I was all of 20 years old and had to drop out of school because of illness and then because of the weather! Yuck - so I got a job in a Textile Buying Office as a receptionist and soon I found myself buying trimmings! 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