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    **WINNER** Best Breakfast August 2012

    My mom and I made these all the time when I was a kid. Keep grandpa away from them though, or they will only feed one person-----him!!! They are great for breakfast, lunch, a quick snack, or even a quick dinner.


    cup mayonnaise
    1 cup cheddar cheese
    1 cup mozzarella cheese
    1 package ground sausage (I like to use Jimmy Dean original)
    salt and pepper
    1 packages white pita bread pockets (or desired pockets)

    1 In a frying pan, brown sausage until fully cooked. Chop, grind and separate while cooking, so it is broken up into smaller to inch pieces. Drain excess fat, if any. Let cool.

    2 Cut pita bread pockets in half. Open carefully, so they are pocket sized. Don't worry if you break some of them, it is bound to happen! This is no easy task! You can still use the broken ones if you are careful.

    3 In a medium bowl, mix cheeses, mayonnaise and sausage. Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste.

    4 Use a large table spoon, and spoon about 1 scoop of mix into each pocket. Put in any containers that store food such as a tupperware cake holder. Make sure you will also have room in the refridgerator. Otherwise, you may want to bag them in baggies, that way you can freeze some of them for later use.

    5 Even out the amount of mixture you have and pockets you have, so that you use it all up.

    6 When you are ready to eat these, just put in the microwave for about 30-45 seconds, or until hot. Defrost them first if you freeze any of them.
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    I like! That is something totally different and easy to make and keep on hand.

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    I absolutely love them. Just thinking about them is making my mouth water!!! LOL

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    Made these the other day, a double batch, and they are gone. So yummy!

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    Dang it I still need to make these! Gotta remember to get pita pockets! haha

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    Ok I FINALLY made these right now for breakfast using the precooked sausage and cheddar since we didnt have any mozzarella. SO easy and really really good! I used sandwich baggies for each sandwich so some can be in the fridge and some can be frozen for later. Thanks for sharing this one, a keeper for sure! Could so add scrambled eggs even to make it go further.

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    Made these today on some very soft pita bread I got at Costco, yum!

    I just spread half mixture on half the bread and then folded like a quesadilla. Much easier than the method I posted above and super yummy!
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