I developed this as a single, working mom with kids that needed to have a filling breakfast but quickly. So I developed several recipes that I could make on the weekends and freeze or keep for fast grabs on workdays.
2In a fry pan, cook the sausage and bacon together until done. Make sure not to overcook the bacon. If you prefer, bacon bits may be used in place, but do not add them till after you have cooked the sausage. Add the potatoes and cook until they have a light brown edging to them. Drain and pat with cheesecake cloth to remove excess oils.
3blend eggs, milk and cinnamon till well mixed.
4in a large bowl lightly mix the egg mixture with the meats, vegetables and 1/2 the cheese. Poor mixture into a baking pan
5Carefully cover with the dough. (I even stretch the dough out a little to make it thinner). top with the other half of the cheese and a sprinkling of cinnamon and even nutmeg.
6Bake for 20-30 minutes or until cheese is lightly bubbling and the pastry looks done and golden brown.
7remove from oven and let cool for 15 minutes. Cut into squares and serve warm or cool and serve it as an on-the-go breakfast square.