Bacon egg and cheese biscuits are always a hit with my kids and husband. You can change them up with just asparagus spears or artichoke hearts for the vegetarian version!
I have made these using all kinds of dough, pie crust, refrigerator biscuits, pizza dough, whatever you have on hand works great! Just make sure you spray your cupcake tins really good before add the dough so they pop out easy.
I like to use a ceramic or porcelain made cupcake tin. You can find them in my affiliate shop in Amazon where at the top of the page. They evenly cook and pop out easily.
When my kids were little I made them all the time especially since they were so hard to get up in the morning. Most of the time they had to take breakfast on the bus with them. Their favorite is with bacon. You can however add cooked sausage or even pepperoni. I have done both. Both kids still always preferred the bacon.
Working long hours, these portable easy to reheat almost quiche like cupcakes are the perfect solution to your busy day.
My oldest son Chad, loves them with hot sauce on top! My husband likes country gravy. I like them plain. It's pretty obvious you can create them up to the way your family likes them. Sometimes when I am out of bacon, I use ham.
If you want to really change things up use leftover steak, roast beef or any other kind of meats. I have also used leftover chicken and added hot sauce to it using cheddar cheese added to the cupcake tins instead of bacon.
You will then have a buffalo chicken biscuit! Now that may have to be the next one you will all try.
One other great suggestion for all my vegetarian lovers, use all vegetables. Some of any kinds I like are chopped fine: spinach, broccoli, escarole, asparagus, artichoke hearts, mushrooms, tomatoes or any other kinds you like in place of meat!
Proceed the same way. Then for a lower calorie breakfast, omit the biscuit and use all egg whites. Spray your tins, add the vegetables, cheese you prefer then top it off with beaten egg whites. Bake as directed!
So now that I gave you so many more suggestions, what's your favorite? Check out my quick video below to see how easy these are! Let's get cookin!