Hi there, friends! Today we are sharing an Egg and Sausage Biscuit using the Mealthy CrispLid. I sure do love how this lid took an everyday Pressure Cooker to a whole new level. It now can be converted into an Air Fryer by simply placing the lid over your existing pots.

You can read all about it HERE.

This experiment using the Mealthy CrispLid was prompted by our trip to the grocery store. They were selling an egg and sausage breakfast pizza’s -pre-made. Our wheels started spinning. How can we make our own using my new Mealthy CrispLid?

Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit, FTW

We wanted it to taste like a McDonald’s sausage egg and cheese biscuit. We knew our older boy would love it! Considering he eats day and night, this was his mid-day snack. We were lucky to sample a piece.

By using one less biscuit we also could have gotten a little more sausage in there. We always learn new things along the way.

Instead, we would only use three biscuits, and only Grands. We used generic biscuits because I was cheaping out. I could tell the difference. It wasn’t a big deal, but Grands are the best!

Enjoying a McDonald’s egg, sausage, and cheese biscuit from time to time is OK. You can check out my Big Mac Knock off made in the Pressure Cooker HERE, and my Quarter Pounder with cheese knock off HERE

With or without the cheese, pickles, onions, on a sesame seed bun:) Make it your own way. Making the egg and sausage biscuit using the Mealthy CrispLid can be somewhat of a healthier version using ground breakfast turkey as we did.

We prefer a few bites here. Using our flower pan, portion control is made simple. You can find all the recipes we have created using the 3 cup flower pan.

Mini bundt cake pan for Ninja Foodi and Instant Pot
Egg and Sausage Biscuit using the Mealthy CrispLid

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Sausage Egg Biscuit Bake using the Mealthy Crisp Lid or Ninja Foodi

Debbie
Course Appetizer, Breakfast
Cuisine American

Ingredients
  

  • 3-4 Grand Biscuits
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 cup Ground Turkey breakfast sausage (Found in a roll)
  • 1/2 cup shredded cheese
  • salt and pepper to taste

Instructions
 

  • First saute your ground turkey breakfast sausage. Rinse pot and set sausage aside.
    Lightly spray inner pan to prevent biscuits from sticking. If using a larger pan (7') you may use more biscuits to line the bottom. Line the bottom of the pan with the biscuits and press down firmly.
  • Set your Air Fryer to 325 degrees. Set timer for 5 minutes. Open lid and press the biscuits down firmly to flatten. You may notice at that time they are still gooey in the middle. Add additional 2 minutes if necessary.
  • In a mixing bowl beat 3 eggs (more if using a larger pan) I am using a 3 cup pan as noted.
    Add 1/2 cup of shredded cheese, salt and pepper to taste. Mix well.
  • Layer sausage on top of biscuits while still in the pot (no need to remove the pan) Pour egg mixture over the sausage. Set Air fryer temperature to 325 degrees for approximately 7 more minutes or until golden brown to your liking. Remove pan from pot and let cool for 5 minutes before flipping over. Serve warm. ENJOY!

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