Good Morning, Happy Easter!
I’m having a great weekend thus far; my weekend started on Thursday, had a backyard campfire with my friends; we roasted hotdogs, shared stories, just an all around awesome get-together.
Then, on Friday, we went out to my sisters acreage, and had another hotdog roast! I brought coleslaw with home made dressing (which is really easy to make by the way). And I also brought some Carrot Cake I made following a recipe I will share the link for.
We gathered around the fire with approximately half the family, as the other half couldn’t make it for various reasons. It was such a great time, and it was nice having a smaller crowd than usual, so that Bradon (the boyfriend) could actually get to know some of my family members on a more personal level.
The night ended with various topics, that left you pondering all the way home, and even while you washed the smell of campfire off your skin and hair; you were still thinking. My favourite topic of the night was sharing recipes with each other, I left with 3 new links to favourite family recipes! How awesome is that!
So I woke up this morning, inspired to make my honey some delicious Easter breakfast. I went around on Pinterest, All-Recipes, and saw some things that inspired this recipe:
I shall call this Easter Egg Sausage Pastry Pizza, say that 10x fast 😉
Before we start chopping things, turn the oven on at 400’F!
- onions (1/2 cup sliced)
- garlic sausage sliced ( I used Grimm’s Smoked Garlic Ham Sausage)
- splash of light beer
- butter (1-2 tbsp)
- brown sugar (2 tsp)
- 4 -6 eggs
- green onions
- crescent rolls or any puff pastry
Melt butter in a frying pan at medium heat, add sliced onions, caramelize them! Add butter to pan as needed. Add sliced garlic sausage, I cut mine into half moons. I did not measure an amount, just put on whatever amount you want. Add a splash of beer! While thats cooking, lay out your crescent rolls and smush the lines together, and build walls around that edges. When the sausage is nicely sweating; crack eggs directly onto the puff pastry. Place onions and garlic sausage onto the pastry and eggs liberally; grate cheese all over this, chop green onions and sprinkle over top. I like to use scissors on my green onions, so much easier!
Place in oven at 400’F, for 8-10 minutes. I did 10 minutes and my eggs weren’t soft enough, I wanted the yolks to run everywhere, but noooo. 10 minutes caused a medium hard yolk.
It should look something like this before you put it in the oven at 400’F for 8-10 minutes:
We cut our pastry into the sizes we wanted, and enjoyed it with a can of beer, after all it is the holidays!
Hope you all have a wonderful Easter Weekend!