Monday, March 11, 2019

Fiesta Biscuit Bake and A Winter Thaw BWF

Packing boxes, wrapping glass
extra rolls of tape
Stuff and shovel
it all must go
into the Uhaul truck

Yep you guessed it, I'm moving again. Hey, it's only the 52nd time. No lie. I may have even missed a few times but here we go.

Today I'm talking about...A Winter Thaw, why you ask, because today's post is a group post for Blog With Friends. We all decide on a theme, each interpret that theme to suit our blog and readership, then post on the same day at the same time. You'll find links and photos to the others at the end of my post.
Ah yes, a winter's thaw, well I'm thawed out with all this packing and cleaning that is for sure. But another way to thaw out is this delicious, quick and easy meal. I've made it about 4 times and each time I changed just a few things. I swear it gets better and better.

This dish should thaw you out or at least on the inside.

Fiesta Biscuit Bake

1.) 1 can of biscuits, the cheap ones with 10 in the can(Dice each one into 6 pieces)
2.) 1 lb lean ground beef, cook and drain if needed
3.) 1 can Bush's southwest style beans, drain
4.) 1/2 onion diced
5.) 3 mini sweet bell peppers diced
6.) 1 cup white sweet corn kernels, drain if it is in a can
Layer the 6 ingredients in order in a 13 x 9 inch baking dish, be sure to spray it first or it will be a sticky mess.
Next add the cheese...
1/2-1 cup shredded Mexican style cheese
Once it comes out of the oven, top...
1/2 cup grape tomatoes cut in half, these garnish the top
You can also add avocado and sour cream if you'd like.
Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes or until everything is bubbly. Your oven temp and time may vary depending.




2 comments:

  1. This sounds amazing! We love anything southwestern, and this would fit right in to our faves!!

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  2. Sounds easy and delish. And "YES" to the sour cream and the avocado.

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