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Blackberries have never often been a part of my breakfast. I usually only throw them in my yogurt or have a handful of them as a snack. They just never tickled my fancy as breakfast food, until this.
This is yet another casserole baked dish that is oh so delicious. This one, specifically, is so sweet and tasty it can be enjoyed as breakfast or simply as a dessert. Either way, you are sure to love this with the creamy jam and cream cheese combination over the fluffy Pillsbury biscuits. Mmm, good.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Smart Schoolhouse.
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Quick Tip: Use different types of berries for more flavor and a change of color.