Dig into this flavorful sweet and spicy breakfast sandwich loaded with sausage, white cheddar, a fried egg, and raspberry preserves on a buttermilk biscuit.
There are a few key elements that make a recipe great for breakfast in bed:
-It has to be quick and easy to put together. No one wants to be up at 5 am to get breakfast ready
-It can’t be too messy. We don’t want syrup all over the sheets.
-It has to taste great! I love this combination of buttery biscuit, sweet preserves and spicy sausage. The egg and cheese are added bonuses that take this breakfast sandwich over the top.
The great thing about this recipe for a sweet and spicy breakfast sandwich is that you can make it as easy or as complicated as you want. If you have the time and energy, go ahead and make the biscuits (I recommend my recipe for all-purpose buttermilk biscuits!) and sausage from scratch. If you’re short on time, you can purchase a high quality version at the store.
I love Bonne Maman preserves because they are made with natural ingredients, feature the finest quality fruit, are non-gmo verified, have no high fructose corn syrup, no artificial coloring and no added preservatives. The flavors are fantastic and they are made in with the same time-honored traditional French recipes used to create the brand. And the packaging is just plain cute! Raspberry is my favorite flavor, but strawberry, blueberry or apricot would be great in this recipe too.
Treat your mom this Mother’s Day and make her breakfast in bed. It’s easy, delicious and she will be impressed!!
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Jordan Hamons is a classically-trained chef, cooking teacher, and food and travel writer based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her culinary perspective is simple — she cooks food that tastes really good and is made using traditional recipes and great ingredients. Skilled in both the savory and pastry kitchens, Jordan loves food that is internationally influenced and reminds her of a special memory or connects her to a far away place. Jordan has traveled the world to learn international cooking techniques and taste the best food around the globe. She writes a culinary travel blog called The Hungry Traveler.