Breakfast Biscuit Cups

"This is a sausage biscuit with egg and cheese that freezes very well. Sixty seconds in the microwave & you have breakfast!"
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Ready In:
1 biscuit cup




  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  • In a medium non-stick skillet, cook the sausage and onion over medium heat, about 5 minutes or until meat is done. Drain any excess grease.
  • Cook the scrambled eggs.
  • Add the cheese and sausage/onion mixture to the eggs.
  • Divide each biscuit in half by pulling apart the layers. Press each half into non-stick muffin tins coated with non-stick cooking spray. Divide the meat evenly into the prepared muffin tins. Bake for 10 minute.
  • To Freeze: cool baked cups to room temperature Freeze on baking sheet, then transfer to zip-top freezer bags.
  • To Prepare after Freezing: Preheat oven to 350. Defrost cups or place them frozen on a nonstick baking sheet. Bake for 10-15 min or until heated through OR.
  • Reheat in microwave approximately 1 minute.

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  1. This is a quick, hearty solution to rushed mornings. I decided to try OAMC and made several freezable breakfasts. I used Jimmy Dean sausage and Pillsbury flaky biscuits....the results were superb. Both my children loved this. Thanks so much for posting.
  2. This was better than I expected. :) I had some pepperoni I needed to use so no sausage. Would suggest adding some herbs next time..Italian or at least some parsley for flavor and color. Will make again. With only 2 of us, always looking for other things to do with a full can instead of just making biscuits. Served with O'Brien hash browns and hubby loved it.
  3. just finished making these, as I'm pregnant and trying to get some meals in the freezer before baby comes. They are really yummy, and easy! I had non-layered buscuits, so I just flattened them out and used one buscuit per muffin. I was able to make 28 muffins with the amount of filling, probably because there was more dough in each. I can't wait to freeze them and see how they are reheated... I may serve them to my pregnant mommies group next weekend for brunch!
  4. We love this recipe! With our strange schedules these are a most have in the freezer! Thanks!!
  5. This is a big hit in our house! The possibilities are endless for this and the result is very tasty. They reheat incredibly well- you can't really even tell that the eggs are reaheated. Thank you SO much for this recipe!


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