These easy biscuits smothered in thick champagne gravy will revive you the morning after.
Imagine this: It’s New Year’s Day. You wake up and you’re maybe just a leeeeetle bit hungover. Or maybe you’re a lot hungover. That’s your choice and I’m not here to judge you.
You look around and, amidst the empty beer bottles and trash on the floor, you notice a couple of half empty champagne bottles.
You’re not throwing those away, right? No. You most certainly are not.
Not when we can make breakfast out of flat champagne. Besides, doesn’t everyone recommend drinking a little alcohol in the morning to help with a hangover? This is that, but better. Hangover food at its finest!
First, we’re going to make some biscuits. Now, I know you’re thinking, "Lady, I’m hungover. I don’t want to make biscuits".
It’s okay, because these are the simplest dang biscuits ever.
Grab some Bisquick and pour in some milk. Stir it up.
Turn it out onto a sheet of parchment lined with extra Bisquick. The parchment makes for easy clean up. Knead it for a minute and then pat it into shape.
Cut out your biscuits and bake ‘em up.
While your biscuits are in the oven, drop some breakfast sausage in a hot skillet along with a pat of butter and start breaking it all up.
Once the sausage is cooked through, you’ll sprinkle on some flour and stir it around. The sausage should get a little dry and freaky looking.
Now, for the fun part! Pour in a little champagne and start scraping all that browned sausage-y goodness off the bottom of the pan. There is so much flavor to be found from deglazing your pan!
Add the rest of the champagne and continue cooking over medium heat until it’s a nice, thick gravy. You can add more champagne if needed to thin things out to your liking. We like thick gravy up in hurr.
Now just grab a hot biscuit, split it in half, and top with your boozy breakfast.