Sausage and Ham Biscuit Muffins: Living on Food Banks

Who says being on a food budget can’t produce wonderful products? I just came across another one to share! These are fantastic, and I chose this specific recipe after the holiday rush so that you can use up some of those leftovers! These are quite a treat the day after Christmas since leftovers are usually on the agenda. Each muffin comes out soft, chewy and full of flavor in their middles. You are going to be pleasantly surprised!

1/2 pd of Ham
1/2 pd of Sausage
2 1/4 cup Complete Pancake Mix
3/4 cup milk
6 tab. of cheddar cheese
Country Gravy Packet with tsp. garlic powder (optional)
Pam oil spray
1/4 cup milk

Set oven to 450 degrees. Place pancake mix and milk in bowl. Mix well. Place on lightly floured board, and gently need 4 min. Divide dough into 12 pieces. Take 2/3 of one piece and place in lightly sprayed muffin tin. Place ham or sausage, about 2 tab. in center and press down to make a mini filling. Add 1/2 tab. cheddar cheese on top. Take final 1/3 of individual dough piece and make a “rounded lid” for the muffin. Place on top, and press corners so cheese won’t erupt. Gently brush tops with remaining cup of milk. Bake for 10-12 min. until golden. If desired, mix and cook gravy packet with garlic powder. Serve on top of each muffin.

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