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If you have been following me for some time you know that I am a Wisconsin Supper Club groupie. You can read about my many Wisconsin Supper Club adventures by CLICKING HERE. One of the things I love most about the whole Supper Club atmosphere is the Kaukauna® Cheese Spread and Crackers that are complimentary at almost any supper club you go to in Wisconsin. This is probably because Kaukauna® was created and has ALWAYS been produced IN the great state of Wisconsin. For me, cheese is what Wisconsin is all about. Some fun facts about this cheese that I didn’t know is that Kaukauna® was started in 1918 by an Eastern European man — Hubert Fassbender, up in Kaukauna, Wisconsin, way up near Green Bay and Appleton. He started a distribution company that ultimately became the Kaukauna® Cheese Company. He had a mission to create a cold-pack cheese that would be ideal for spreading on crackers and bread – because at the time he also was distributing Wisconsin’s other signature item – beer. His customers who owned taverns and clubs wondered if he had anything their patrons could snack on. So he went to work, figuring out how to make a spreadable, cold-pack cheese. He finally figured out it – using whey solids and powered milk – and that is how Kaukauna® cheese was born. People loved it. It caught on at country clubs and supper clubs. It still graces many a supper club table across Wisconsin. The fun news is that Kaukauna® is turning 100 years young this year and to celebrate they have updated two of their classic cheese recipes, the port wine and sharp cheddar cheeses. The taste has not changed but these two recipes have been updated to have no artificial ANYTHING. They also have some cool new packaging. You can expect this new update to extend to the whole line of products in the future, which I think is awesome. The other thing I love is that while the cheeses are of course great on their own, they can be used in many other ways. You can find great recipes using the cheeses by visiting the Kaukauna® website by CLICKING HERE. The recipes featured on their website had me thinking of some recipe ideas of my own.
To celebrate this special birthday, I have partnered with Kaukauna® to bring you a delicious and easy recipe for these Cheddar Egg Biscuits with Kaukauna® Sharp Cheddar Cheese. This recipe is perfect for cozy weekend mornings or for breakfast on the go. Here is what you need to make this easy and delicious recipe:
- 1 10oz Kaukauana® Sharp Cheddar Cheese Ball
- 12 Ready Made Biscuit Dough Rounds
- 6 Eggs
- Salt & Pepper to Taste
The steps to make this recipe are very few, the beauty of the Kaukauna® cheese is that it has such great flavor you don’t need to add much more to recipes to make them great. Here is how you make the Cheddar Egg Biscuits with Kaukauna® Sharp Cheddar Cheese.
Steps (photos of the steps to follow)
- Spray a 12 C muffin pan with non stick spray.
- Press your biscuit rounds into each of the muffin spots making a deep indentation in each of the spots and pressing the dough up the sides.
- In a bowl or 2 C measuring cup, whisk 6 eggs and season with salt and pepper.
- Pour the whisked eggs into each one of the biscuits about halfway filled.
- Take your Kaukauna® Sharp Cheddar Cheese Ball and remove it from the package.
- Place the cheese in a microwave safe bowl and microwave it for about one minute, or until it is soft. The beauty of the Kaukauna® Cheese is that you can spread and form the cheese into different shapes but for this recipe IF you want to expedite the process you may want to soften it more to place it into the biscuit/egg cups before baking.
- When the cheese is softened, add about 2t of cheese to each of the egg cups.
- Heat your oven to 350 degrees, place your muffin tray in the oven on the center rack and bake for 35 minutes or until the biscuits are golden brown.
- Remove from the oven and let them cool for 10 minutes before removing them from the pan.
That is all there is to this recipe. I was serving a big weekend brunch so I included the Cheddar Egg Biscuits on a fun breakfast board with other varieties of Kaukauna® Cheese Balls along with Bacon, Soft Boiled Eggs, Crispy Potato Bites and Toast. Basically anything you can spread the Kaukauna® Cheese on was on my board. If you make this recipe and love it, make sure to visit Kaukauna® on their social media pages and share it! Don’t forget to use their hashtag #Kaukauna100!
I have more fun news! To celebrate their birthday, they are hosting a great sweepstakes you can learn about by going to their website. I encourage you to enter their sweepstakes because they are offering some pretty awesome prizes. The sweepstakes details are as follows:
No Purchase Necessary. The #Kaukauna100 #Sweepstakes begins on 11/14/18 at 12:00:00 AM ET and ends on 12/23/18 at 11:59:59 PM ET. There are multiple Entry Periods during the Sweepstakes. Legal residents of the 50 US/DC only, 18+. Void where prohibited. One Grand Prize: $500 Visa card & vintage Kaukauna® crock (ARV $75). Forty-one daily prizes (ARV $100 each) consist of Visa Card (from $50-$100) and vintage Kaukauna® crock ($15 to 50 ARV). ARV all prizes $4,650. By participating, you agree to the Official Rules at https://kaukauna100rules.pgtb.me/T2k21m
In addition to the sweepstakes Kaukauna® is also offering a special promotional offer from now until December 31, 2018 using Ibotta where you can earn $.75. CLICK HERE for more details!
I am obsessed with supporting local family businesses and Kaukauna® is one of my absolute favorites so this partnership came quite naturally. I am excited they are turning 100 years old and have so many exciting opportunities going on like their sweepstakes. I hope that you make these delicious Cheddar Egg Biscuits and that you and your family enjoy them as much as we did!