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I love the holidays for the festive cheer, family and food but especially because my younger brother – who I used call my “little chunk of joy” but has now grown into a “tall hunk of joy” at over 6′ (I am 5’3″) – gets to visit from college! Bryan just arrived home for Thanksgiving so I was giddy to have him over today to spend this Thanksgiving holiday like we do here in Carlsbad – by paddle boarding. So we strapped the boards on the roof of my car and headed to the windy waters just 5 minutes away – but not before a hearty breakfast of Cheesy Breakfast Pot Pie with Gouda Biscuit Crust.
We both couldn’t stop eating, and eating and eating. Thankfully the boards are super buoyant!
This Breakfast Pot Pie filling is creamy, cheesy, and hearty enough to energize you for your hectic holiDay and maybe even hearty enough to keep you from devouring every sweet in site. I make no guarantees. Its stuffed with hashbrowns, turkey or ham (perfect for those leftovers!) sweet corn, apples and red bell peppers smothered in a traditional pot pie gravy spiced with paprika and parsley, all mixed with creamy, Arla Dofino Gouda cheese. As I was making and tasting the filling, I was in love with it. And then I added the Gouda cheese and I become obsessed with it! Gouda cheese has long been one of my favorite cheeses. I could eat it plain for days. And only Gouda cheese for days. But because that might not be the most healthy habit, this slightly sweet, creamy Arla Gouda that melts like a dream gets to blanket every pot pie crevice with its velvety creaminess.
The pot pie filling is a cheese lover’s dream and a busy holiday person’s dream because the filling comes together in less than 10 minutes. After making the base of your sauce, all you do is add your filling ingredients – no pre-cooking required and you are ready to top with your flaky, buttery, cheesy Gouda Biscuit Crust. (Also notice that was all in one skillet – no extra holiday dishwashing!)
This crust is on my list of favorite edibles. You will never make another pot pie crust again! Its everything a biscuit should be plus Arla Gouda cheese and chives. But the happy news doesn’t stop there. This crust comes together in a matter of minutes – because its made in your food processor. It can also be made the night before and refrigerated for an even quicker morning prep.
You simply add your dry ingredients to your food processor, pulse, add your butter, pulse, then add your buttermilk and Gouda cheese and pulse. Turn out onto a work surface and roll into the shape of your pan. That’s it! A pie crust has never been easier or more delicious – a winning combination for the holidays!
But its not just about the crust – its about the bubbling Arla Dofino Gouda hashbrown ham/turkey filling beneath the crust, that gets to be eaten with the crust. Seriously, this Cheesy Breakfast Pot Pie with Gouda Biscut Crust definitely needs to make it onto your holiday menu because its delicious, simple, company worthy, will fill everyone who eats it with foodie cheer, and often neglected breakfast during the holidays deserves to be a special memory. And this Cheesy Breakfast Pot Pie with Gouda Biscut Crust will make breakfast special.
In addition to this Cheesy Breakfast Pot Pie with Gouda Biscuit Crust, Arla Dofino has many other delicious cheeses perfect for easy holiday entertaining such Havarti, Gouda, Edam, Muenster and Fontina. I love that these cheeses are free of added hormones and preservatives, and crafted with quality, natural ingredients in an environmentally friendly way. And when you are ready to make your very own Cheesy Breakfast Pot Pie with Gouda Biscuit Crust, make sure to take advantage of the $1.00 off any Arla Dofino product offer HERE. Simply click on the “offer” section and follow steps to redeem.
In the meantime, I’ll be eating me some Cheesy Breakfast Pot Pie with Gouda Biscuit Crust. I hope you and your company join me!
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