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Grab and Go Bacon Egg & Cheese Stuffed Breakfast Biscuits

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Today, I am sharing these scrumptious Bacon Egg and Cheese Stuffed Breakfast Biscuits. Prepared ahead of time, you will love how easy they are to just grab and eat when rushing out the door!

Bacon, Egg and Cheese Stuffed Biscuits

(Thank you to Grands Biscuits for partnering with me on this post!)

Fall is officially here and the mornings are starting to cool off.  (If only the afternoons would get the message too!)  It’s important to me to get my kids off to school with a hot breakfast.

The problem is, the school bus picks up the kids at 7:05, on the dot!

This early pickup time makes it difficult to get everything done (hair alone takes 10 minutes!) and out the door on time.  

In order to have a hot meal, I have to prepare food ahead of time or we have to get Dad out of bed to make eggs. (But since Dad is such a hard-working night owl, I try to let him sleep.)

Bacon Egg and Cheese Stuffed Breakfast Biscuits:

I have quite a few make-ahead breakfasts that we love; (like overnight apple pie oats, baked pumpkin oatmeal, or this sausage and gravy casserole) but there’s something about the grab and go handheld size of these stuffed breakfast biscuits that my kids love.  

I mean c’mon…  How perfect do these bacon egg and cheese stuffed biscuits look?

Pillsbury stuffed breakfast biscuit

stuffed breakfast biscuits

Ingredients to make the Stuffed Breakfast Biscuits

  • 1 roll of Grands® Homestyle Biscuits (today I used the Homestyle Butter Tastin’ Biscuits)
  • 6 slices of cooked bacon, torn into bite-size pieces
  • 4 eggs, scrambled
  • 2 slices of cheese, each slice split into 4 pieces

How to Make Stuffed Breakfast Biscuits

The Grands® biscuits are huge and just perfect to stuff full of yummy eggs, cheese and bacon! (Scroll down to the bottom of the post for the printable recipe card with full instructions.)

Just open the biscuit and layer pre-cooked bacon, pre scrambled eggs, and a slice of cheese.  Re-seal and cook!

 

stuffed breakfast biscuits

I thought about using the Grands® Flaky Layers, but I wasn’t sure how well they would re-seal and hold together after stuffing with the bacon, eggs and cheese.  

So if you use the flaky layers be sure to come back and let us know how they work out!

bacon and egg stuffed biscuits

 

Eat what you want and wrap the leftovers up individually for a grab-and-go breakfast!

 

stuffed breakfast biscuits

How Long Will the Stuffed Biscuits Last in the Fridge?

Seal the biscuits in airtight packaging and they will last about 4 days in the fridge.

Can the Biscuits Be Made in Bulk and Stored In the Freezer?

Yes, they can! Wrap individually in the freezer recommended packaging. When ready to reheat, unwrap and place in a paper towel and reheat in the microwave for 30 to 60 seconds.

Enjoy!

What is your favorite make-ahead breakfast?

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stuffed breakfast biscuits

Grab and Go Bacon Egg & Cheese Stuffed Breakfast Biscuits

  • Author: Jamie Sanders

Description

Scrumptious Bacon Egg and Cheese Stuffed Breakfast Biscuits can be prepared ahead of time. You’ll love how easy they are to just grab and eat when rushing out the door!


Ingredients

  • 1 roll of Grands® Homestyle Butter Tastin’ Biscuits
  • 6 slices of bacon, torn into bite size pieces
  • 4 eggs scrambled
  • 2 slices of cheese, each slice split into 4 pieces

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Unroll biscuits and place on a backing sheet 1 to 2 inches apart
  3. Split biscuits open.
  4. On the bottom of the biscuit, layer bacon, eggs and cheese.  Try to keep the ingredients away from the edge of the biscuit.
  5. Reseal biscuit by firmly pressing the edges back together and folding over
  6. Bake biscuits for 15 to 22 minutes or until golden brown.  (Mine took the full 22 minutes, but that was due to the stoneware baking sheet. I recommend setting your timer to 15 and them keeping your eye on the biscuit color.)

 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Pillsbury. The opinions and text are all mine.

*Stuffed Breakfast Biscuit Recipe originally published Sept. 25, 2015.

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16 Comments

  1. I tried it! It came out awesome!!

  2. I made them with flaky layers and they turned out great! I took a pic, but I’m unable to post it unfortunately.

  3. These were great thanks

  4. Kendra Brownell says:

    Can you freeze these? Warm in the microwave from frozen? What do you think?

  5. I just made these with flaky biscuits and shredded cheese, they came out perfect!!!

  6. What method have you used to warm them up again after being refrigerated (I am assuming that is where you store them after making ahead of time)?

    Great idea! Will try these soon. May even be a make ahead of time camping staple!

    1. I wrap them in a paper towel and warm them in the microwave.

  7. What is your recommendation on reheating? How long do they keep in the refrigerator? Can you freeze them?

    1. Wrap in a paper towel and microwave for 30 sec to a minute.

  8. I have been thinking all day about what to make my husband and son to take on the way to work. I thought, why don’t I stuff biscuts? Then I looked it up and saw this. I have flaky biscuts and shredded cheese. I have an idea on how to make it stick. I will get back to you tomorrow morning on how it turned out. Have a lovely day!

      1. Okay, I made them ahead of time, because they are going to work really early. Nomnomnom. I used shredded cheese and flaky biscuts instead. I think they were easier to separate in half this way. I also used a hard plastic straw to roll them.out just a bit to make a bigger surface to put the eggs, bacon and cheese on.

    1. Of I could share a picture I would.

  9. Very good. I would definitely make again.