Recipe by Janice Elder
"Biscuit dough, ham, apples and raisins baked with sugar and spice and everything nice! This wonderful dish started out as a simple apple coffeecake but I added leftover ham and maple syrup and adjusted other seasonings to give it more body and substance. A great brunch or light supper dish that never fails to bring compliments and requests for the recipe. Excellent use for leftover ham! Walnuts can be substituted for pecans."
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1 (12 ounce) can
refrigerated flaky biscuit dough
chopped cooked ham
apple - peeled, cored, and chopped
apple pie spice
apple pie spice
I made this for Easter Breakfast and my family raved about it! We are always looking for new traditions and this breakfast casserole made the cut. One recommendation...we went for the Grand biscuits, but they tend to be a little denser and larger than, say a Pillsbury flaky biscuit. As a result, the middle of the casserole was not thoroughly cooked. Some loved the doughy texture--but I'm a perfectionist. It will be on the table next Easter morning (if not sooner)!
This was ok. The biscuits in the middle of the pan were doughy (baked it for more than 45 minutes) and they didn't seem to add anything. If I make this again I'll leave them out and serve them on the side. The ham, apple and maple flavors were very good together. I had some leftovers and added cheese to it, it was good that way too. I didn't have apple pie spice so I substituted it with cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice.
Nice recipe! Have made it a few times and haven't had a problem. Although we do like our ham shredded rather than chopped and we prefer to have our biscuits laying flat rather than points upward. Really good taste and quite different for our family and friends. Thanks
This was wonderful! I had my doubts, but I had all the ingredients on hand except for apple pie spice. I subbed cinnamon and it was excellent! We had for dinner and tasted great, but would make an even better breakfast being as it is a little sweet. We loved it and will make again.
Fabulous taste, tho I would have called it a casserole, not a coffeecake. Everybody loved it, but next time I'm only going to glaze 1/2 of it. The kids liked the flavor before the glaze but not after. I'll definitely make this again.
Oh My Gosh this was so good. Made it without the raisins, next time I will add some cheddar cheese! Don't be intimidated by the combination here, it was EXCELLENT. Great job Janice
I really liked this for a morning breakfast treat. Sweet but yet satisfying with the ham. My roommates loved it as well.
This was delicious except for the biscuit dough which turned to goopy balls of dough. I didn't think the dough added to the dish, so I made it a second time and left out the biscuits and the family raved about it. The flavors are terrific (buy expensive high-quality syrup-it's worth the price difference in taste). You could make biscuits seperately and spoon this dish over them if you want the bread component, but it tastes delicious without it!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Warm Maple, Ham and Apple Coffeecake
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 213
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