Appetizer Sausage Cheese Biscuits

Appetizer Sausage Cheese Biscuits

 YUMMY!   Don’t you just love eating delicious food after spending all that time cooking.  WAIT!  This is actually an easy and quick recipe.   If so, you will most likely love Sausage Cheese Biscuits!  Going to an event this is for you.

Appetizer Sausage Cheese Biscuits
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Ingredients for Sausage Cheese Biscuits 

  • 1 lb. hot sausage
  • 1 lb. cheddar cheese
  • 2 c. biscuit mix.  

Instructions for Sausage Cheese Biscuits 

  • First of all, let sausage and cheese soften at room temperature to make the sausage cheese biscuits.  Then, mix ingredients into a large bowl. Now make small balls about the size of a marble.   Furthermore, space on cookie sheet and bake at 325 degrees for about 10 minutes or until light golden brown.  As a result, this makes about 100 to 120. 
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Today’s Lesson:  

Teach your child to read by following Hooked on Phonics.   Spend quality time with your child.  You are their parent not their best bud.  That does not mean you don’t love them because you do.  Read a book together. Spending quality time together shows them you love them.  Teach them basic daily skills such as cooking.  Everybody has to eat to survive. 

Browse through Fashions Recipes for a delicious recipe to teach reading, following directions, while spending quality time together.  You can even go to the super market together and find the ingredients for these recipes.  That would also be how math comes into the equation such as comparing prices, addition, and subtraction.   

How to Apply: 

If you are like those at Fashions Recipes, we search for the best ingredient at the best price.   You can teach your child to compare prices such as greater than, equal to, and less than.   You know you will buy more than one ingredient so bring the paper and pencil.  Tell them the price.   Tell them to write that price on a piece of paper.  Repeat that with the next ingredient.  Have them add the prices.   If you get more than one of the same ingredient you can even teach them how to multiple with decimals.  If you take away an ingredient tell them to subtract that price from the total you have. 

Just be creative!   Of course, you could wait until you get home to do the math instead of standing in the super market.  Who knows.  You might even start a math lesson or give them an idea while at the super market spending quality time with your child or children.  

Finally, decrease the amount of time they spend on social media or totally take social media away from them.  That doesn’t mean you are mean.  It means you actually care.