Preheat oven to 375°
Chop the onions and bell peppers and set aside.
Use scissors to snip the bacon into ½ inch “bits”.
Wash the scissors well because you’ll be using them again.
Cook the bacon in a skillet over medium heat
until just done. You don’t want it to be crispy because you’ll be baking it, as
Remove the bacon and let it drain on a paper
towel. In the same skillet, sauté the peppers and onions until they’re done to
your taste. (Some people like them still crunchy others like them just about
In a large glass bowl, whisk together all of the
Take the biscuits and laughing cow out of the refrigerator.
Use the scissors to cut each biscuit into 6 triangular pieces. Also, cute the
Laughing Cow wedges into small bits. This is easier done when both of these are
Add everything---seasonings, hot sauce, cheeses,
veggies, biscuits, and meat---into the egg mixture. Begin gently folding the
mixture so that everything is incorporated well and the biscuits are coated.
Use non-stick spray or butter to grease a baking
or casserole dish. (I used an 8x8).
Pour the mixture from the glass bowl into the
baking dish and check on it in 25 minutes.
Make sure the edges aren’t burning, if they
begin to get too brown then cover the edges with aluminum foil and they won’t
continue to brown.
Continue cooking until the center is set. There
will still be some moisture but a butter knife or toothpick in the center
should come out clean.
Serve with hot sauce on the table for those who
like it extra spicy.