Biscuits ‘N Gravy Bake

Hello! I’m very excited to announce that this is the very FIRST recipe that I am posting to Daily Dose of Pepper! This is far from being one of the first recipes that I’ve written or rewritten, but this is the first one that people have really showed interest in. I’m so excited to share it with you all!

I am a total breakfast lover. I love brunch. I love brinner. I have shirts that say ‘make me breakfast’ and ‘pancake queen.’ Breakfast is my jam!


It is also the most important meal of the day. This Biscuits ‘N Gravy Bake is SO good. It feels like I am cheating every single time I eat it. In fact, I’m 90% sure you will recheck the points because you won’t believe me. Believe me, I have rechecked the points a couple of times myself.

Fear not, my friends. I would never do that to you.

As a lot of my amazing weight watchers instagram followers know, I am totally new to this blogging world so please BEAR WITH ME! I will be posting new recipes weekly as much as I possibly can.


4.88 from 8 votes

Biscuits N Gravy Bake

Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes
Servings 6
Author MamaCupcake


  • 1 cup Reduced Fat Mild Cheddar Cheese
  • 1 7.5 oz Can Pillsbury Buttermilk Biscuits (These cans come in 4-packs), cut into small pieces
  • 1 1/2 cups Egg Beaters
  • 1 pkg McCormick Country Gravy Mix , prepared with water
  • 8 oz Jennie-O Lean Turkey Breakfast Sausage


  1. Preheat Oven to 350. Lightly spray 9x13 casserole dish with cooking spray.
  2. Cook 8oz of raw ground turkey sausage. Drain fat, and set aside.
  3. Cook the package of gravy mix according to directions, and set aside.
  4. Spread your biscuit pieces evenly into the dish. Pour egg beaters on top, followed by the prepared gravy, and then the sausage. Bake for 20 minutes, then remove the oven and sprinkle cheese evenly. Bake another 10 minutes, and ENJOY!

Recipe Notes

Six Servings

7 Freestyle Smart Points (calculated with Weight Watchers Recipe Builder)

8 Smart Points (calculated with Weight Watchers Recipe Builder)

273 Calories 10g Fat, 22g Carbs, 1g Fiber, 23g Protein (Calculated with My Fitness Pal)



DAILY DOSE TIP: Cook all your turkey sausage, weigh it out, and freeze the other half for the next time you make this. (The cooked sausage weighs out to 5.5 oz for each half)


  1. Made this for myself and my picky toddler and we both loved it! Next time, I’ll sneak in some veggies. Thank you for the delicious recipe!

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  3. Just made this after seeing it on Instagram from a bunch of weight watchers. I’m having it for the week at work but I snuck a little bite and it’s delicious! Thanks for posting so many delicious point friendly recipes!

    • mamacupcake

      Hey Sara! I am so happy that you liked it. I know when I make it for my breakfasts during the week it’s pretty much impossible for me not to taste test! I’m also so very happy you enjoy my recipes! thanks so much for the support!

  4. I just made this recipe this morning for breakfast & absolutely loved it. It’s going to be perfect for my husband & I to heat up before work this week. I was wondering though how it was you got 8sp out of each serving? When I entered the information you provided into my WW app it came out as I missing something? Thanks in advanced!

  5. Sarabuns

    this is wonderful! we really enjoyed this recipe! thank you!!! please post more!!

  6. treeleaf64_ww

    I just made this tonight for dinner for “Breakfast For Dinner”.
    It was for my son and I and I didn’t know if he would like it because
    he isn’t a gravy person. Well, he loved it. Success!! Thanks for
    sharing your recipies. I can’t wait to try some more of them.

  7. This was soooo gooood! It was hard not to eat more! keep doing what your doing! Can’t wait to try another recipe!

  8. Tammy Lindenmeyer

    Cant wait to try……love all your recipes. I try one new recipe per week since starting WW. Thanks…..for sharing all of these…..and for sharing your precious Pepper! You are blessed!

    • mamacupcake

      Yay! I’m so happy you enjoy the blog! I hope you enjoy the recipes! And Pepper is pretty precious- I am so blessed ☺️

  9. Sara Pitchford

    I want to make this for breakfast tomorrow! Do you think it would ok to prep it all tonight so all I have to do is throw it in the oven in the morning? Or should I just wait?


    • mamacupcake

      I would wait and make it in the morning! I have never tested it this way- but this question has been asked multiple times, so I’m going to try it and see how it turns out this week!

  10. I’ve been wanting to make this forever, and I finally made it tonight! OMG! Delicious! Hubby-approved, too! Thanks for the great recipes!

  11. This is a wonderful sausage gravy and biscuit recipe my cousin serves for breakfast on special occasions.

  12. Would you know what size of gravy package? I found an original country gravy which is 2.64 oz or a peppered country gravy which is only 1.15 oz. :-0

    Wasn’t sure which one I should use an I am prepping this for dinner tonight. Oops
    Can’t wait to try this recipe
    Thanks for the clarification!

  13. Can I use regular eggs instead of egg beaters? How many eggs would I need?

  14. Made this yesterday, it was the Family ate the whole thing, even the picky 17 year old who “doesn’t like eggs”! Making it again soon!!!

  15. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe. Our family loves it! I’ve made it about 10 times already. 🙂

  16. I made this today & it’s so good! I’m on weight watchers with some coworkers, someone just told us about your site last week. I’ll be taking the rest of this to work tomorrow to share. I made my own turkey sausage and it turned out great. I’ll be trying a lot more of your recipes, thanks!

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  18. Brandy Underwood

    Is it supposed to be mushy? It wasn’t awful but not the texture I was expecting. Just wonder if I should have cooked it a bit longer…

    • Hi Brandy! Just saw these. I hope it wasn’t because of my instructions. Please let me know if it was, and I hope you try to make it again. I promise you it’s delicious! 🙂

  19. Brandy Underwood

    Never mind I figured out where I went wrong!

  20. This is the Bomb-dot-com!! Thanks for a delicious breakfast recipe! My co-workers are like Hey What you eatin’ over there??

    • Haha! I love that you loved it! Thanks so much for the compliment! My family begs me to make this. Pepper eats it by the fistful. It’s a Favorite that all can really enjoy! 🙂

  21. Karen McIntosh

    Hi Star,
    Just hats say thanks for the wonderful and very flavorful recipes. I’ve been a weight watcher for a long time and have been trying to find modified recipes for years. Thank you for taking the hassle of figuring points out! I think that’s the hardest part. My girls and I are really enjoying all of these. I should say my family too!!
    Thanks again
    Mama Mac

    • Oh! That Makes me SO HAPPY! I’m so happy you and your family enjoy my recipes. figuring out all the points is a labor of love! Thanks for all the support! I hope to be doing this for years to come! Best, Star

  22. This was AMAZING!!!! I just made it for breakfast for the week and cannot wait to eat it every day. Tonight I am making your chicken street tacos, thank you for posting such delicious weight watchers recipes, you make it easy to stay on track 🙂

    • Yay! That makes me so HAPPY to hear, Katy. I’m so happy you enjoy my recipes! I’m happy to make them as they help me stay on track too! We love food in this house!

  23. Hey Star, just wondering if you have ever frozen this after its cooked.

    • I personally have not, but a few readers of mine have! They said it worked perfectly and to wrap individual slices in saran wrap and then tin foil. I hope that helps!

  24. I literally said, “oh yum” out loud. And I’m at home by myself. Thanks for the great recipe! I decide to skip the cheese and double the sausage like you did on insta and I looooooooooooooove it.
    I’m blomtiu on insta in case you’re wondering! HA!

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  26. Michelle Bledsoe

    This was delicious! I will definitely be making this again. I baked this an additional 10 minutes because I was not sure if it was done enough or if it is suppose to be a little soupy. Not sure if that is the right word I am looking for that is why I cooked a little longer.Thank you for the wonderful recipe.

  27. Hi Star, as I input all the ingredients, it is only coming out to 7sp per serving. I think I may be incorrect with the gravy in my recipe builder. In my builder, it says McCormick Country Gravy Mix, Sausage Flavor, 1 1/3Tbsp is the serving size, for 2sp. Is this correct? Otherwise the breakdown of my other ingredients are as follows:

    8oz of Jennie-o breakfast sausage 10sp
    Kraft reduced fat mild cheddar 11sp
    Great value buttermilk biscuits 17sp
    Egg beaters 2sp

    I would feel more comfortable if it were 8sp!! Just wanted to check on the total gravy points for the recipe as I may be incorrect here. Thank you!

  28. I apologize for this! It has been driving me crazy all day so I think I finally figured it out. I corrected the gravy to account for the whole package (so now in my app it says 10sp for the whole package), but it was the sausage that was incorrect! In your ingredients it says 8oz of raw sausage but in the notes section it says about 5.5oz per half when it is cooked. I had it still as 8oz when actually it wa only about 5 when I weighed it after I cooked it. So backing it down from 8oz to the actual 5 made me finally get 8sp per serving! Sorry for so many comments today!

    • Hi Katie! So sorry I did not reply earlier to your message. I took the day away from my computer and phone due to family time! I’m sorry that it got confusing for you and that I wasn’t able to help, but I’m glad you figured it all out. I hope you enjoyed the bake! and on a normal basis, I comment back fairly quick so today was rare. Merry Christmas!

  29. One of my faves!

  30. Made it and loooooooved it! Have made it many times!

  31. This recipe is AMAZING Star!! And I don’t even like eggs!!

  32. SO GOOD. I’ve made it twice now- once for breakfast and once for dinner!

  33. Leah Manecke

    Amazing breakfast casserole! Perfect for busy mornings. I meal prepped it the day before and heated it up before eating. So tasty and filling!!

  34. Charlene Whyte-Sanford

    Hello Star! Thank you so much for sharing your amazing recipes and your gorgeous little Pepper with us. I was wondering if I could ask about the biscuits you use…I cannot seem to get my recipe down to 8 SPs as the biscuits are registering at a whopping 24 points for 7.5 oz. of Pillsbury Junior Buttermilk (flaky layers) variety. We’ve actually bought several variations and incantations (I had no idea how many until I began looking…wow) and cannot find what you mention using. I’m planning a trip to Wal-Mart this week to check out the Great Value brand to see if we cannot get the point value down. This is also my struggle with your other bakes that include biscuits…they end up being 9-11 points per serving and I end up have to use fewer biscuits which I’m guessing ultimately reduces the overall enjoyability of the dishes. Any advice or guidance you can offer would be so lovely. Thank you again!

    • Hi Charlene! I do know for sure that the flaky layer biscuit variety is higher in points. I’m guessing they use more butter in the biscuit for the “flaky layer” part. Pillsbury used to make a taller skinny can that is 7.5 oz. Unfortunately in the last year, I have not been able to find them on the shelf. Which is incredibly upsetting to me as I’m sure it has upset other readers. I can tell you that Great Value Brand, Kroger Brand, and an Aldi brand make the exact same tall skinny 7.5 oz can of buttermilk biscuits. All of these cans have 10 biscuits to a can which also makes them unique. I have seen the junior biscuit can at the store, but I never checked the points on those. I did just plug a couple things into my recipe builder though with regular biscuits. If you weigh out 7.5 oz of Pillsbury Grands! southern style biscuits or Pillsbury Grands! Buttermilk biscuits (in the WW app they are shown as 5 Smart Points per biscuit) That will make the bubble ups one point higher. So, Meatball Sub Bubble Up would be 8 Smart Points & Biscuits & Gravy Bake would be 9 Smart Points. Loaded Chicken Bubble Up 9 Smart Points. One thing you could do to reduce the smart points is use a little less cheese in these bakes. I’m a cheese FIEND so I like using a cup of cheese, but they don’t absolutely NEED that much cheese. I hope this helped you a little! I am so sorry. I also hope you can find the great value brand at the store. Let me know how it goes!

      • Charlene Whyte-Sanford

        Star, you are such a doll to take the time to respond and respond so thoroughly <3 We so very much appreciate it. I will definitely be buying the other brand of biscuits because I do not want to miss out on any of that yumminess! My hubby and I absolutely LOVE LOVE so many of your dishes it's bordering on obsession…at least it's a healthy obsession (Your Chicken Parmesan Meatballs being our #1 go to meal. BTW – We've been buying our bread/rolls in BULK from S. Rosen's and freezing them…that's how much we love to make your amazing chicken parmesan meatball subs from your instagram posts! Aaaand my husband literally eats your marinara like a soup by the bowlful, he loves it that much. It's sooooo bleeping good!) THANK YOU, THANK YOU again for all that you do to make our healthy lifestyle not just more manageable but so much more enjoyable. Hugs to you and yours!!!

        • Can you please tell us about the bread/rolls you purchase from S. Rosen’s? Are they WW friendly? Which ones do you purchase. Thank you!

          • I use S. Rosens French Rolls. They are 5 Smart Points each! (Which to me is a good deal for the size) There is a picture of the rolls and the packaging with the post for Chicken French Dips

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  36. Danielle Harkins

    Just made this for my family and it is a HIT! Another fabulous recipe to add to my rotation from DDOP!! ❤

  37. Made this last night for the family and WOW, we all LOVED it. It is so delicious. I’ve shared this recipe with so many friends telling them they have to make it. I did end up using Grands and the points came out to 12 with the items I used, but I’ve just read your response to the question regarding the biscuit size and will now be on the lookout for those to use next time.
    But this was scrumptious.

  38. I have a package of Jimmy Dean’s Turkey Sausage Crumbles in the fridge that I need to use up. I’m going to try this with the crumbles and maybe it will even bring down the SP’s by 1 or 2! 🙂

    • I’ve used them personally and I know lots of people use them too! I can’t remember for sure, but I think if you use the same amount as the jennie o ones it’s the same points!I hope you enjoy

  39. Hi! I made this for breakfast today and while it was delicious it did not “set” underneath but stayed kind of liquidy… could you give me some advice on what I might have done wrong? I tried following the recipe exactly but I must have messed up somewhere! Is it supposed to be a firm texture when it’s cooked? I put it back in the oven for 10 more minutes so hopefully that does the trick.

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  41. This is great! I love that the sausage has enough for a second dish. Making a super easy second meal! Great job, the whole family loved it!

  42. I was skeptical because this isn’t something I would normally eat, but I made this for “brinner” tonight after seeing someone post it on Instagram, and it was awesome! I couldn’t find lean turkey sausage so I used chicken sausage, and left the cheese off half to keep my serving at 8 SPs. My husband, who loves all those terrible-for-you-but-delicious breakfast foods, LOVED it!

    • so very happy you enjoyed it, thanks for the feedback! I’m with your hubs- I love all the terrible for you, but delicious breakfast foods too! haha!

  43. Would you know what size of gravy package? I found an original country gravy which is 2.64 oz or a peppered country gravy which is only 1.15 oz. :-0

    • I use the 2.64 ounce Country Gravy one for McCormick. I also use Pioneer Brand from time to time which is 2.75 oz! Hope that helps! I’ll specify in directions, thanks!

  44. Allison Smith

    Thank you for this recipe Star! I made it for the first time yesterday for brunch and the whole family loved it, including my 1 year old and my super picky 4 year old. I’m sure it’ll become a regular at our house.

    I was also impressed with how well it warms up the next day, I brought one piece of it with me for breakfast this morning at the office.

    • I’m so glad the whole family enjoyed, Allison! This always finds its way on the table when I have a lot of different mouths to feed because it pleases even the pickiest of eaters. =)

  45. Summer Abdulrazzak

    Thank you for this recipe! I made it this last weekend and it’s very delicious. My bf and I tried hard not to devour the whole thing. With recipes like this I can eat, feel satisfied and loose weight.

  46. I’m confused on how much egg beaters to use says 11/2? How many cups is that?

  47. Omg I read that so wrong lol. I see 1 and a half

  48. I know you have a lot of recipes to go through to update the SP for freestyle. However, I am having a hard time calculating this. Does anyone happen to know what the WW Freestyle points would be for this recipe? Thanks in advance!

  49. We just had this for supper and loved it! With the new point system, can I use 6 real eggs instead of 1 1/2 cups of egg beaters?

  50. Made this tonight for dinner with a side of grapes. My husband immediately requested that I add it into our rotation of dinners! I discovered your blog two weeks ago and have already made about 3 recipes from your site (and have another planned for later this week). Thanks!

  51. Your recipes look great and they seem so simple. My problem is I have trouble finding the ingredients. Both the biscuits and the sausage are not available in my area. Having a hard time finding something comparable to either also.

  52. I made this last night for supper for my family of 4 and my brother and his 3 boys. We had ZERO left of the 9×13 pan. None!! Matter of fact, I didn’t spray my pan very good but the smallest nephew (he’s 2) wasn’t done so I had to scrape the pan for him some more bites that had stuck to the pan!! Thanks for a great recipe and if I could give it 10 stars I would!

  53. Oh. My. Goodness. I started weight watchers (for the 5th time) at the beginning of the year. I started following you and some other Weight Watcher Ambassadors, and it’s the best thing I ever did!! I never ate like this last time I tried WW. I made this casserole this morning, and boy am I impressed! You’re right, it felt like an indulgence! Thanks for your blog and your Instagram page. It’s very helpful and very inspiring!

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  56. Taire Hanshaw

    So I made this for the second time tonight. My husband loves it. Tonight I added some diced and sauteed zucchini, mushroom, and 1/2 of an onion. I also added in some dried chives (ok, a lot), and a good amount of hot sauce. So extra tasty with the addition of the veggies. Great recipe – I’m so thankful you shared it!

  57. Paula Rath

    Did you ever attempt making the Biscuits & Gravy Bake ahead of time — say the night before?

    • I haven’t made it ahead of time so I’m not sure what the biscuits would do. I think it should be fine, but can’t say for sure. Sorry! I’ll have to try it out soon.

  58. Wow! Thank you very much for such a quick reply!
    I’ve been loving your recipes, too, by the way.
    Happy Easter!

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  60. Rebecca Deas

    Any substitute you could use for eggs, my husband is allergic to them.

  61. Elissa I was wondering about the regular eggs also.

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