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Tony Fatso’s Breakfast Bombs Recipe

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Added: Tuesday, September 11, 2007

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These Breakfast Bombs are so good that they will blow your mind. The will also blow your cholesterol. But you only live once, so have two.

6 Hardboiled Eggs, shell off and cool
1 pound of bulk sausage
1 teaspoon of garlic powder
1 teaspoon of onion powder

Directions:
Directions:
Preheat the grill for Medium heat. Mix the sausage with the dry spices. Then slap the sausage into one large flat piece. Now cut enough sausage to completely encase the egg. Cook the egg wearing the cloak of sausage for about 10 minutes. Be sure the sausage is completely cooked and remove off the grill. Let the sausage and egg cool off for a minute on a paper towel. Serve this with some biscuits and barbecue sauce.

I bet you can even stick a skewer into the side of this and eat it like a sausage lollipop… Did I just say “Sausage Lollipop”? Holy Crap, I did… Oh my, um, I apologize for using the words sausage and lollipop, next to each other, in this cookbook. Please forgive me.

 

 

 

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