A full flavored, beautiful way to start an Empty Nester’s day. A little Asiago, oregano, basil, deli ham, egg, spinach, tomato, avocado … I know. I know. This isn’t a story about my kids. However it IS the story of winning the way to my husbands heart. FOOD! Please know that this recipe has butter and gluten in it.
I made the egg muffins the night before and stuck them in the fridge. I also made up the dry part of the biscuit dough, covered it in plastic wrap, then made up the biscuits in the morning so they were hot n fresh. Shawn came downstairs to the kitchen and announced that “it smells like Dunkin Donuts in here.” I’m pretty sure that was intended to be a compliment.
As a surprise, my dad stopped over the morning I made these and he was able to enjoy one of these buttery tasting beauties. It sure is a treat to have a meal with family, talking about the day ahead, the days we had to conquer difficulties, and/or what is pressing on our hearts. I just love it. There’s something about good homemade food as well. It can crack open conversation and cheer a heart like no other.
NOTE: You can wrap the sandwiches individually and store them in the freezer for a quick breakfast. The intention was to create these for our trip to Creation. I found that they taste SO good that the batch may not even make it to our camper freezer.