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You will probably notice that my recipes are simple.

That’s because I can’t cook.

The good news is, if you try a Mom Babble recipe you are guaranteed a 99% success rate. Make that 100% if you are making my Cuppy Cups (aka cuppies).

Today I’m sharing my Breakfast and Pizza Cuppies because 1) they are my favorite  2) toddlers LOVE them and 3) you cook them all at once so they are very convenient!

You will need:

1 Can of biscuits (southern style)
4 eggs
1 large bag of shredded cheese
Any type of meat (I used kielbasa)
Marinara or pizza sauce
Garlic salt

..and two 12-muffin tins! (Unless you wanna wash between recipes)

It’s Cuppy Time! (Makes 24)
Prep:
Preheat oven to 350
Dice meat
Beat eggs together in bowl wish a splash of milk and dash of garlic salt
Spray your muffin tins with non-stick.

Now that you are done with prep…

Flatten biscuits one at a time, cut into quarters, and smush into muffin dish. Place in oven and bake at 350 for 5 minutes

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Remove both pans from oven.

Put 3/4 cup of cheese and most of your meat into the egg mixture. Stir, then spoon mixture onto your breakfast muffin cups.

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Go ahead place those back in the oven while we work on the Pizza Cuppies.
(The eggs take longer to cook).

Now, take a small spoon and smear marinara on the half-cooked dough of your pizza cuppies.

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Cover with cheese and top with your remaining meat. BAKE!

Breakfast Cuppies take 10-15 minutes depending on, well..lots of things. When they’ve risen and have a firm form, they are ready.

Pizza Cuppies take about 8 minutes. The dough should easily pull away from muffin pan.

My toddler loves these! I serve the breakfast cuppies with fruit and the pizza cuppies with green beans. He holds one in each hand, chows down and giggles like a birthday kid.

Let’s be honest–you will, too.

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MomBabble

MomBabble

Mary Katherine is a southerner, born and raised. Growing up in Alabama, she developed an affinity for lightning bugs, sweet tea, playing guitar, and having strong opinions. She's happily married with a son (Nugget) and two fur babies. Fun facts: MK is a living kidney donor, speaks a little Thai, and has written two novels.

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