Breakfast biscuit egg bacon sandwich in a cute, portable form. Preparation only takes about 10 minutes. This may be my favorite breakfast cup creation yet.
I knew there were more variations I haven’t though of. Some great one I’ve been missing. Then the other day I saw my brother eating a biscuit breakfast sandwich. And suddenly I had my answer.
When I used to get breakfast at McDonald’s, my choice was always the sausage biscuit sandwich. This is a take on that sandwich, but with bacon instead of sausage, and in a convenient cup form.
Happy happy Friday! I’m super excited it’s Friday, are you? It’s December and time for another giveaway! This time there will be four winners. Four!
Recently, I was given an opportunity through Foodbuzz to give away Duncan Hines coupons for free products. I was given 2 coupons for free Duncan Hines products (up to a $3.99 value for each one), and then given 8 more to give to my readers. So I’m going to pick four lucky readers, each who will receive two coupons for free Duncan Hines products.
Even though I bake from scratch quite frequently, I like to keep a few boxes of cake mix on hand at all times in case of an emergency-no-time-to-bake-from-scratch type of scenario. I also like to keep them on hand to make cake mix cookies! I adore cake mix cookies. They have a homemade feel but without much work. What’s so great about Duncan Hines is that they carry red velvet cake mix, which I haven’t found with the other big cake mix brand companies.
I’ve made all sorts of cake mix cookies, but in December, I love making some festive red velvet cake mix cookies. The cookies pictured are ones I made last year. I plan on making them again soon. The cookies have a crispy exterior and fudgy interior. Yum.
Happy Friday! I like to end Friday with something different, like tons of cuteness or a giveaway (latest giveaway can be found here). A few months ago I came across this image of bear in cups. Bear in cups. So simple. Yet so freaking adorable. Ever since, I’ve been trying to recreate it but without much success.
Finally I had some decent success recently that I thought I’d share. Not nearly as cute as the original image, but pretty cute if you haven’t seen the original image. I don’t know the technique for making the original ones I saw, but they are all perfectly shaped. So maybe they were done by a professional bakery?