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    This is my dh's favorite breakfast....

    2-3 frozen loaves ( I use the little Rhodes breads too and can make individual ones)

    1 lb sausage
    1 c parmesan cheese
    3 eggs

    Brown sausage, drain off grease. Add 1 c. parmesan cheese and 3 whipped eggs. Roll out the dough as big as you like it or like one piece loaf.....Spread sausage mixture out onto dough and roll up like a jelly roll. Spray loaf pan with Pam. Place loaf/loaves in pans and bake at 350 degrees fro 45 minutes. You can serve this more than once for smaller appetites.

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    thanks for sharing your recipes with us, so yummy

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    Mmmmmm, sounds delicious!! Thanks for sharing :)

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    YUM!!! What's not to love about sausage, eggs, cheese, and bread!!?? :D :D :thumbup: :thumbup: Can't ever go wrong with those ingredients!!!!! :thumbup:

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    That sounds delicious! Would be a good recipe to use for my Annual Thanksgiving Brunch. But I must test it before then of course :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnCowgirl
    That sounds delicious! Would be a good recipe to use for my Annual Thanksgiving Brunch. But I must test it before then of course :)
    Hmmmm.....good idea!! Although, I would definitely have to "test" it several times -- you know, just to be sure it's fit for company! :lol: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by pab58
    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnCowgirl
    That sounds delicious! Would be a good recipe to use for my Annual Thanksgiving Brunch. But I must test it before then of course :)
    Hmmmm.....good idea!! Although, I would definitely have to "test" it several times -- you know, just to be sure it's fit for company! :lol: :lol:
    That's what I was thinking :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnCowgirl
    Quote Originally Posted by pab58
    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnCowgirl
    That sounds delicious! Would be a good recipe to use for my Annual Thanksgiving Brunch. But I must test it before then of course :)
    Hmmmm.....good idea!! Although, I would definitely have to "test" it several times -- you know, just to be sure it's fit for company! :lol: :lol:
    That's what I was thinking :lol:
    I mean, we wouldn't want to poison our families now would we?? I would gladly sacrifice myself for the good of the fam!!! How about you?? :-D I don't think trying it just once would give me a real indication if it's safe to eat! It might take at least 5 or 6 times before I would feel safe to feed it to them!! :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by pab58
    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnCowgirl
    Quote Originally Posted by pab58
    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnCowgirl
    That sounds delicious! Would be a good recipe to use for my Annual Thanksgiving Brunch. But I must test it before then of course :)
    Hmmmm.....good idea!! Although, I would definitely have to "test" it several times -- you know, just to be sure it's fit for company! :lol: :lol:
    That's what I was thinking :lol:
    I mean, we wouldn't want to poison our families now would we?? I would gladly sacrifice myself for the good of the fam!!! How about you?? :-D I don't think trying it just once would give me a real indication if it's safe to eat! It might take at least 5 or 6 times before I would feel safe to feed it to them!! :thumbup:
    Yes - and then of course I would have to have my husband taste test it. And then the kids. And then.......lol

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    Yum! Bet it smells great baking!

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    This looks delicious! Iíve saved this one. Thank you.

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    Do you let the bread rise first?

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    oops,double post :oops: :oops: :oops:

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    Yum!

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    Yummy !! Will have to try this !! :thumbup:

    Thank you for sharing !!

    Craftybear have you added this to the recipes ?

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    Thanks, that sounds so yummy!

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    Deb- I guess you thaw the bread? And do you let it rise?
    Sounds wonderful! Thanks

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    I don't understand- are you making a bread, or using dough mix? or regular bread slices?
    Help, please-
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    NO, once I defrost the bread, I use Rhodes rolls too, then I lay it out and roll it out and no more raising, it is already yeast bread and comes out wonderfully.

    Ok girls - I am willing to bet you a hog tied in the pigpen that you will like it so much, you won't wana share. Really....♥♥

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    Sorry I should have read it all first. YOu can buy frozen bread loaves that you take our of the freezer and set on the counter to thaw. Then of coures you let it sit out per the directions and then you are ready to use it in the recipe. Sometimes, I forget not everyone has used Rhdoes loaves or buns before. ♥♥

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    sounds sooooo good! I have to try this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by debbieumphress
    This is my dh's favorite breakfast....

    2-3 frozen loaves ( I use the little Rhodes breads too and can make individual ones)

    1 lb sausage
    1 c parmesan cheese
    3 eggs

    Brown sausage, drain off grease. Add 1 c. parmesan cheese and 3 whipped eggs. Roll out the dough as big as you like it or like one piece loaf.....Spread sausage mixture out onto dough and roll up like a jelly roll. Spray loaf pan with Pam. Place loaf/loaves in pans and bake at 350 degrees fro 45 minutes. You can serve this more than once for smaller appetites.
    plse clarify, do you chop sausages to mix cheese eggs with or take them out of their skins and mash for surely the eggs would just be a mess and not stay, looks good tho.

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    I made this recipe yesterday and it is delicious! I give it 5 stars. I browned and chopped the sausages and while they were browning mixed the eggs. I put the dough in a casserole dish and brought the sides up a little bit to stop the eggs from running out.

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    Yes, just added it to our cookbook blog, that I created and here is the link to it

    http://quiltersdelightcookbook.blogspot.com/

    Quote Originally Posted by LAB55
    Yummy !! Will have to try this !! :thumbup:

    Thank you for sharing !!

    Craftybear have you added this to the recipes ?
    Craftybear

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    Sounds fattening to me!

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