I haven't made this yet, sounds like a basic breakfast casserole.
I wanted to reply to Sarahmah...how long have you been cooking and where in the world do you shop??
Two hours and $50? Really?
We liked the taste. The directions did not say if the biscuits should be lightly toasted before putting the next layers on. The biscuits were not close to being done. And my 8x8 pan was too little as it puffed way up over the top and browned pretty quickly. Next time I will do a slightly bigger pan, try 35 to 40 minutes, put foils over the top at about 20 minutes so it does not keep browning on top. I think if I had looked at the bottom and seen it was not brown I would have cooked it longer. Or.... I will cook the biscuits 1/2 way in the pan before I add the other layers.
This was great! Did a slight modification: only 1c chedder mixed into egg mixture versus sprinkled on top, and we added 10 min to cook time for our desired doneness with oven. Used flaky layer butter biscuits, came out good and filling.
I would give this zero stars if that was an option I spent 2 hours making this and when it was finally ready I took it out and cut it and the whole bottom was filled with uncooked dough and eggs and I've now wasted 2 hours and around 50 dollars worth of food. Please nobody attempt to make this it's a waste of time money and effort.
I wonder if you could make this in a NuWave oven...
Had a few issues with this. After 35 minutes, the middle still had a ton of raw biscuit dough. Also in the 8x8 pan, all the eggs sunk to the bottom, then there was the overly bready and dry layer of biscuits and then the sausage and starting to burn cheese because of all the additional time needed in the oven to cook the biscuits through. Next time, I would put it in a 9x11 or 9x13 pan and hope by stirring the layers a little more, it will cook more evenly and you can get a more mixed bite of the egg, biscuit, sausage and cheese together instead of very distinct layers.
Too bready for me and dry.