Calling all foodies! These biscuit sandwiches take breakfast from blah to over-the-top!
Imagine fluffy, buttery biscuits, fresh out of the oven, cradling savory or sweet fillings. These handheld delights are a culinary adventure wrapped up in layers of deliciousness.
Luckily, you don’t have to make a drive-thru run every time you’re craving one, either. You can easily make hearty breakfast sandwiches without ever leaving home.
And if you use canned or frozen biscuits, the process doesn’t even take long! Here are a few of my favorites.
Breakfast sandwiches really don’t get much better than these old standbys!
This recipe is a simple, savory biscuit with fluffy eggs, juicy sausage, and ooey-gooey cheese. It’s a hard-to-beat classic the whole family will love.
Feel free to swap out the sausage for crispy oven-baked bacon if you prefer.
Just about everyone loves a good ham and cheese sandwich. The combo tastes great on biscuits, too.
This version takes the sandwich up a notch by adding fresh basil and refreshing green mayo. It’s a new twist on a traditional favorite. You’ll be surprised by how good it is.
This particular recipe also comes with directions for making homemade buttermilk biscuits. (And nothing is better than homemade buttermilk biscuits.)
Have you ever had a hot honey chicken biscuit? They’re sweet and spicy and have just a hint of tanginess from adding a dill pickle. They’re a warm, comforting way to start the day, not to mention how filling they are!
The recipe is convenient, too. Cook the chicken in the air fryer while the biscuits are in the oven. It takes a little time to pull together, but it isn’t difficult.
Save it for a special weekend treat to really wow your family.
Want to take care of tonight’s dinner and tomorrow’s breakfast in one fell swoop? Make some juicy, tender pulled pork for dinner. Then, slap the leftovers on fresh, buttery buttermilk biscuits.
I never thought about having BBQ for breakfast until we went on vacation. Pulled pork biscuit sandwiches were one of the staples on our hotel’s breakfast menu. I tried them once, and I’ve loved them ever since. They’re a saucy, meaty way to start your day off right.
What truly makes this breakfast sandwich recipe listed as the “best” starts with the biscuit. There are scallions in the batter, and they’re just incredible. If that’s not the most heavenly biscuit add-in I’ve ever tasted, I’m not sure what is.
For the sandwich, add eggs, cheese, ham, tomatoes, avocado, and honey. But honestly, this one is all about the scallion-infused biscuits for me.
Love biscuit sandwiches but rarely have the time to make them? No problem! Prepare them the night before! Then, simply pop them in the fridge and reheat them to take on the go.
They’re rich, buttery bacon, egg, and cheese biscuits, just like you get from your favorite fast-food joint. They’ll stay fresh for a few days, too. So you can have heat-and-go breakfasts for at least 3 days a week.
I mentioned that bacon, egg, and cheese biscuits are my favorite. Biscuit BLTs are a close second, though.
These have everything you love about a traditional BLT. There are juicy tomato slices, crispy bacon, and fresh lettuce. The only difference is it’s all on a buttery biscuit instead of bread.
Craving cheeseburgers but don’t have any buns? Or maybe you just don’t want to grill in the hot sun. Either way, these chopped cheeseburger biscuits are the answer.
Load each one with savory ground beef, flavorful onions, and gooey cheese. They’re a delicious, hearty mess, but they’re also supreme comfort food at its finest.
Add your favorite burger toppings (lettuce, pickles, etc.) to make them taste even better.
By the way, biscuits aren’t just for breakfast. These French dip biscuits are a prime example of that. They’re loaded with roast beef, cheese, and horseradish and are perfect for Game Day.
Serve them with warm au jus gravy for dipping, and you’ll have a real hit on your hands.
Philly cheesesteak biscuits are another excellent option for any meal of the day. They’re just like Philly cheesesteak sandwiches, right down to the pepper and onions.
Stuff that hearty filling inside of warm, flaky biscuits. Make homemade buttermilk biscuits instead of canned ones to make them extra yummy.
These little sliders are like hot ham and cheese sandwiches. (Complete with honey mustard!) As with the BLT biscuits above, the only difference is these are on biscuits instead of bread.
Start with Grands refrigerated biscuits, and you can have them ready in less than 30 minutes!
Here’s another recipe where the sandwich takes a backseat to the biscuits themselves. Because these chive parmesan biscuits are fire!
Have you ever had Red Lobster’s Cheddar Bay Biscuits? These taste similar, but the cheese is milder, and the chives are bolder.
They’re so scrumptious, you could sit around and eat them as snacks by themselves. But loading them down with turkey, cheese, and other sandwich toppings is good, too.
These biscuit sliders are probably the most unique things on the list. But don’t knock them ’til you try them!
Pimento cheese, biscuits, sweet pickles, and honey ham is such a rare combination. But somehow, it just works!
There’s also an underlying tanginess to the sandwich. It complements all the other flavors exceptionally well. It’s one of those you’ll have to try for yourself to appreciate.
But give it a pass if you don’t like pimento cheese because it’s definitely the star of the show.
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