Freezer Friendly Breakfast Stuffed Biscuits are great for on the go breakfasts or even a lazy Saturday morning. Enjoy them with eggs, bacon and cheddar cheese. Delicious!
Breakfast Stuffed Biscuits are exactly like the title implies. However, the title doesn't mention, they are freezer friendly for those busy on the go mornings that we all have.
The idea started with a can of Pillsbury Grands Biscuit dough that I got on clearance a week ago. You know, great things can come from the clearance aisle.
Related: Be sure to check out all clearance items. You never know what you can find and what can be a blessing to your family! You can see some clearance finds of mine here.
Some early mornings are hard to get going, you know? The alarm rings and you groan because it is time to face the world. Er, at least the kiddos. ;-)
I love having breakfast foods ready to go in the freezer. The cinnamon twists are a great example. The kids love them and they freeze well! To have the children be able to go right to the freezer, grab what they want and pop them in the microwave for a great breakfast is so great.
First, you need to flatten the biscuits with a rolling pin. I used Grand Biscuits so they are larger and have more dough on them.
I like to cook bacon in the oven. It cooks so evenly and is much less of a mess! While the bacon cooks, you can scramble up the eggs. You need to use four eggs for this recipe.
Then layer eggs, bacon and cheddar cheese in the center of the biscuit. Fold the sides until they touch on the bottom of the roll and the filling is completely covered. I rolled the biscuit around in my hands a couple of times to "seal the deal".
Place in a greased 9 inch baking pan. Bake at 350* for 20 minutes or until the biscuits are done and are a golden brown. The inside filling is already cooked prior to baking so you don't have to worry about that.
What you have inside is a delicious warm breakfast great for those busy mornings.
Simply place the cooked biscuits in a freezer bag and place in freezer. They will freeze individually so you don't have to worry about them sticking together. Just make sure the bag is placed in the freezer flat.
To reheat, remove from freezer and place on a microwave safe plate. Cook for about 45 seconds until warm. If it needs longer time, I cook at 20 second intervals to make sure it doesn't overcook. Let cool for a few seconds after reheating.
Breakfast Stuffed Biscuits
- 4 eggs, scrambled
- 5 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled bake @ 400 on a greased baking sheet until crisp
- 1 cup cheddar cheese or colby jack
- 1 can Pillsbury Grand Biscuits
- Bake bacon in oven at 400 for 15 minutes or until crisp
- Cook eggs over medium low heat in lightly greased skillet until eggs are scrambled and cooked through
- Take biscuits and roll them out with a rolling pin until flattened
- Place 2 tablespoons of cooked eggs, crumbled bacon and cheese mixture on top of a flattened biscuit
- Fold the sides of the biscuit over until the ends touch. Roll the biscuit in your hands to make a ball
- Place in a greased 9 inch pan
- Repeat until all biscuits are filled
- Bake @ 350* for 20 minutes or until biscuits are a golden brown
We had this morning. I will make it again on Sunday!
I'm so glad you enjoyed it!
How long do you pop in microwave to cook from frozen? These sound amazing and perfect for busy mornings!
I put them in for 45 seconds and then go from there, depending on how many I warm up at a time. You may need an additional 20-30 seconds. They are great for busy mornings! :-)