Dorothy's Impossible Pie | Add Bacon & Swiss | Breakfast or Brunch | Quick & Easy


Whether you enjoy this for brunch, breakfast or dinner, when this Impossible Pie filled with bacon and Swiss cheese is served, there are sure to be lots of smiles and happy tummies at the table!

This Impossible Pie with Bacon & Swiss, is the breakfast version of The Impossible Cheeseburger Pie that your mom may have made back in the day. It's easy to make, using common pantry ingredients.

This Impossible Pie fits in with our times perfectly. The year 2020 has been one for the books, hasn’t it? As I write this, many of the states in the U.S., and countries all over the world, are currently sheltered in place due to the spreading of COVID-19.  We have all been asked to stay home, to squelch the progress of this very contagious virus. 

Our businesses and restaurants are closed, and people are cooking at home. We are making use of what we have on hand in our pantries and doing our best to limit frequent grocery shopping.

This bacon pie is made from common pantry ingredients, and for those of you who are new to this whole cooking game, it’s simple to make.  

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Behind Dorothy Lynch:

“The” Dorothy Lynch created her signature dressing in the 1940s, and served it at a restaurant she and her husband ran at the local Legion Club in St. Paul, Nebraska. The dressing became so popular, patrons would bring in their own bottles to have Dorothy fill them to eat at home. 

Dorothy Lynch Home Style Dressing & Condiment can best be described as a sweet and spicy dressing that has a thick and creamy texture. Because of its color, many will assume it’s just another French dressing, but that simply isn’t true at all. In fact, it tastes nothing like it. French dressing is oil-based; Dorothy Lynch is tomato-based. The best word to describe its taste: Homemade.

Ingredients In The Impossible Pie With Bacon & Swiss:   

  • 1 pound of bacon, fried crisp and crumbled
  • 3-4 green onions, about 1/3 cup, tops reserved
  • 1 heaping cup of shredded Swiss cheese
  • 1/4 cup Dorothy Lynch Salad Dressing & Condiment
  • 1 3/4 cups milk
  • 1 cup Bisquick
  • 4 eggs
  • Salt & pepper, to taste

What You Will Need: 

  • Deep-Dish Pie Plate

You can also mix up some Dorothy cole slaw to go with the Impossible Pie. Click HERE to find out how. 

READ FULL RECIPE BY AN AFFAIR FROM THE HEART HERE


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