Wondering what to serve with biscuits and gravy? Then you’ve come to the right place.
If you love Southern food, you’ll know biscuits and gravy well. But what goes with it to make it a more wholesome meal?
When you crave comfort food, this is a dish that never disappoints.
There’s nothing better than cream, savory gravy with fluffy biscuits. But sometimes, you want a little more to go with it.
And from simple sides to hearty feasts, there are plenty of options to choose from!
So put on your stretchy pants and let’s look at what to serve with biscuits and gravy.
Max out on comfort food by adding this copycat casserole to your biscuits and gravy.
Cracker Barrel knows how to make scrumptious hearty homestyle meals. And this breakfast casserole is no exception.
This carb lover’s feast is chock-full of cheesy and creamy hash browns.
If that didn’t already sound good enough, you only need seven ingredients and three easy steps.
Turn your biscuits and gravy into a protein-packed meal with bacon and eggs.
This classic breakfast combo is flawless.
You can add it to just about any morning meal. That includes biscuits and gravy too.
Crispy bacon and two fried eggs take minutes to whip up.
So you won’t need to put a ton of work into your additional accompaniment.
Like your eggs cooked another way?
No problem. Scrambled, poached, or sunny-side up, make them your way.
Revving up for an active day? Then you probably need to increase your carb intake.
And I can think of nothing better than adding a high stack of old-fashioned flapjacks.
They’re just as easy to make as a store-bought mix. Plus, making them from scratch just tastes better.
Slather these fluffy pancakes with butter and pour on the syrup.
The sweetness presents a nice contrast to the savory biscuits and gravy.
Between pancakes and the biscuits, you’ll also have a ton of fuel to burn.
When I have the side option of toast or potatoes, I always choose the latter.
If you do too, then you need these breakfast potatoes.
Breakfast potatoes are the best breakfast side to soak up all that extra gravy. Not to mention they’re a classic!
These fork-tender sides have the perfect seasoning. There’s a hint of paprika, garlic, cayenne, and dried herbs, too.
What’s even better is that you cook them in a skillet with olive oil and butter.
Don’t underestimate that box of Bisquick! This breakfast mix is magical stuff.
You can use it to make your morning drop biscuits. Then, use the rest to make waffles.
While I tend to lean toward scratch, Bisquick has a special place in my heart. I grew up on this stuff and still can’t get enough.
It makes some of the best waffles around. And it doesn’t matter what your skill level is.
Simply mix Bisquick with an egg, oil, and milk. Then pour the batter into the waffle iron and press.
It’s just that simple!
6. Chorizo Hash
If you like your spuds with a Mexican twist, you can’t beat chorizo hash.
Savory, spicy, and fresh, this hash is big on flavor.
It’s overflowing with tender potatoes, spicy chorizo, bacon, scrambled eggs, cheese, and spices.
Serve it alongside your biscuits and gravy for a punchy flavor contrast between bites.
Be sure to use Mexican chorizo and not Spanish chorizo.
Mexican chorizo is spicy and crumbles when you cook it, whereas Spanish chorizo is cured.
It’s equally delicious but doesn’t have the same effect.
For a healthier option, pair your biscuits and gravy with a fresh fruit salad.
I’m not talking about those sad slices of under-ripe honeydew and cantaloupe.
I’m talking about a colorful medley of strawberries, blueberries, mango, kiwi, and more.
It’s all paired with a zippy citrus dressing.
It’s super flexible, too. So feel free to use any substitutions you like.
What I love is that it’s also low-carb. It’s just what your high-carb and calorie-loaded biscuits and gravy need.
Omelets sound super easy. But have you ever tried to make them picture-perfect?
It’s harder than you think. At least, that’s what I thought until I stumbled upon this recipe.
From the texture to the seasoning, it’s cooked perfectly.
Add a sprinkle of cheddar cheese to keep it simple.
It’s a great addition to biscuits and gravy for a boost of protein.
And it’s a little more enticing than basic scrambled eggs.
Need some more brunch ideas to go with biscuits and gravy? Spinach frittata is one of my staples.
The beauty of a frittata is that it’s easy and flexible. You can add a little of this and throw in some of that.
The spinach frittata is a great jumping-off point. The spinach, shallots, and cheese are perfect as is.
Yet you have room to make it your own. Use add-ins like mushrooms, bell peppers, tomatoes, or bacon.
As long as it goes with spinach and eggs, it works.
Create the ultimate soul food breakfast by adding chicken fried steak.
Biscuits and gravy and chicken fried steak are both Southern delicacies. So it just makes sense to put the two together.
It’s like chicken and waffles for those who like their breakfast more savory.
The thin steak cutlets are super crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. It’s just begging for biscuits and gravy.
11. Steak and Eggs
If hearty is what you want, that’s what you’ll get!
Steak and eggs paired with biscuits and gravy is one filling meal. You get tons of protein, plenty of carbs, and a lot of fat.
Slice into the runny egg yolk and let it ooze all over everything. I also like to add a few dashes of hot sauce.
It might be heavy, but sometimes, it’s just what you need.
While you’re whipping up biscuits and gravy, pop this casserole into the oven.
It serves a crowd and makes the family happy.
Dig in to find layers of bread, maple pork sausage, custard eggs, and cheddar cheese.
The only thing it’s missing is a veggie component. Add spinach, bell peppers, or mushrooms for a well-balanced meal.
For a quick protein addition, whip up scrambled eggs.
It doesn’t take long and you don’t need a long list of ingredients. Just eggs, butter, salt, and pepper.
And I know what you’re thinking, “I don’t need a recipe to make scrambled eggs.”
While that’s true, you do need it if you want the perfect consistency. And I swear by this method.
With low heat and the right technique, they’ll turn out super fluffy every time.
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