Easy Low Carb 1 Step Breakfast Biscuit Sandwiches

Easy Low Carb 1 Step Breakfast Biscuit Sandwiches

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This delicious low-carb biscuit sandwich recipe offers the best taste and texture of any breakfast sandwich, plus an easy one-step prep that make this “the best of the best”. It’s a wonderful, homemade, 100% real baked “deli-style” sandwich.
This is a true “all in one” low-carb sandwich - the biscuit actually becomes a soft and fragrant “bun” during baking, and the meat and cheese are baked in just the right ratio.

This is a great one-step low-carb breakfast recipe that actually tastes like a gourmet “just made” breakfast. These gourmet ham and cheese biscuits are so easy to make using the Carb Counters’™ Classic™ Biscuit Mix. Sandwiches are also great for “to go” use… you can also make them in baking cups if you want, throw some plastic wrap over them and reheat whenever.

They taste delicious reheated – almost like just fresh-made and are also very good eaten cold. Enjoy them, Breakfast Sandwich Lovers! Like no other sandwich out there in Biscuit Land. Check out the variations – virtually any filling can be used, but the recipe here is outstanding, so try it, please, if you like ham & cheese.

Prosciutto is more pricey, but high in protein with half the calories and 3 times the flavor of other hams. It's so easy to use, and very special because you use so much less. We used less than one thin slice – less than an ounce in each of these sandwiches. Nothing compares to the flavor “pop” of Prosciutto, so in my estimation you get way more bang for your buck.

Ditto for Gouda, which has been called “the Mother of all Cheeses”. Its thick, rich buttery flavor isn’t any higher in calories than other cheeses and it delivers an uncompromising flavor and texture, adding to your taste enjoyment level above all others in this combination. Both are usually available in your supermarket deli case or wherever ”Boar’s Head” products are sold. This recipe makes just 4 breakfast sandwiches, but can easily be doubled, and/or frozen if desired, for breakfast or lunch reheating. Outstanding flavor and easy prep rule here.

-Brenda

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup Carb Counters™ Classic Biscuit Mix
  • 3 tablespoons sour cream
  • 2 tablespoons melted butter
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 3 or 4oz Gouda Cheese; about half an 8 ounce package (regular or Smoked)
  • 3 Slices Prosciutto (just 3 thin slices - half a 6 slice package)

Directions

Cook’s Tip: Preparing this in a one step method not only is very easy, it also allows the soft and fragrant biscuit to “blend” with the filling flavors, creating a wonderful, rarely duplicated taste and texture.

Preheat oven to 425°.

Slice the cheese and divide ham and cheese into 4 portions. Set aside.
In medium size bowl, combine biscuit mix, sour cream, melted butter and water. Stir lightly until mixed and divide into 8 rounded tablespoon size “balls”. Place 4 of the balls 3 or 4” apart on cookie sheet or in baking pan and press to flatten out to about 2 inches or so. Top with cheese and then layer the cheese with the meat. With your hands, lightly flatten the remaining 4 balls, one by one, and place on top of the meat on each sandwich.
Bake for 10-12 minutes. Do not over bake. Cool slightly and enjoy.
May be eaten warm or cold. Keeps in fridge for up to 4 days. Sandwiches may be tightly wrapped and frozen for up to 3 months. Reheat in microwave for a couple minutes on high or in oven at 350° for 10 minutes. Each breakfast sandwich has 2 net carbs.
Variations:

*Use your favorite cooked breakfast sausage or turkey sausage.
*Use bacon, chopped or cooked slices.
*Use cheddar or Swiss cheese- Cook’s Note: If using processed cheese, bake sandwiches in muffin cups as this type of cheese melts very quickly. Let cool for 15 minutes before enjoying.
*Chop 2 tablespoons veggies, like broccoli, onion & peppers. Add to
biscuit dough before forming.
*Mix a whole egg with 1 teaspoon biscuit mix, place a tablespoon of egg on top of cheese for “egg & cheese” sandwich.
*Add chopped kale – place on the biscuit and top with cheese.
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