Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit

Happy Wednesday! I’ve got your new favorite breakfast biscuit recipe here for ya today!

A few things:

  1. Bacon
  2. Biscuits
  3. Loaded with protein
  4. Healthy-ish
  5. Make Ahead/Freezer Friendly

Okay, y’all. It’s NO secret that I love breakfast sandwiches, perfereably the kind with bacon, egg, and cheese on them. I also really love biscuits! The only way I was able to get the biscuit-ey, bacon-ey, egg sandwich before these guys was by making one of those bubble up creations. See: Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit Bake. Now, I REALLY love that bubble up a lot. It’s super easy, delicious, and tastes just like the one from the golden arches, but you know, sometimes I want something that’s basically the real deal without being the real deal. Enter: The “Two Ingredient Dough Craze”. A couple’a weeks ago I made these Garlic Parm Drop Biscuits that I posted here.

One morning, I was fumbling around in the fridge and saw leftover biscuits and bacon. I put the two together with an egg and it was magical. It wasn’t just magical, it was perfect. I honestly couldn’t believe it. I figured my brain was playing tricks on me so I made a fresh batch of bacon, biscuits, eggs, etc and I made Eric eat them too and I was like, “I’m crazy, right?” There’s no way that these are this good. And guys, he couldn’t believe it either. I don’t know WHY this dang dough works so well in so many different ways, but it does and I am so glad that it does.

One of the best parts about it is that it’s SUPER easy to whip up. It does take just the tiniest bit of upper body strength while mixing (which I don’t have, haha!), but it takes just minutes to get it mixed up and on a pan in the oven. I feel like I should warn you that these are surely not your grandma’s buttery flaky biscuits, but they are a REALLY, REALLY spot on delicious and healthier substitute. Plus?!? they are packed with protein which helps keep ya fuller a bit longer and I can always use help in that department. There’s just nothing bad about’m. At least not that I’ve run into just yet.

I went ahead and decided to post these Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Biscuits using my garlic parm drop biscuit recipe with just a few adjustments, mostly just to make the biscuits a bit larger to make it a proper breakfast sandwich size.  I tested them out to see if they would go over well being made ahead and throw’m in the freezer for some easy peasy meal prep options and guess what? they did great!

Make these soon, y’all! They make for the perfect make ahead grab and go option for crazy busy week days, but they also are the best for weekend breakfast/brunch!

Let’s get in the kitchen:

 Preheat your oven to 400 degrees and let’s start off by throwing some center cut bacon on a sheet pan (covered with foil) in the oven for about 12-14 minutes. (or until bacon is crispy) You can make it on the stove top too, but I have found that this is the quickest way to get a lot of bacon done at once.

While the bacon is cooking grab a bowl and add 2 cups self rising flour, 1 tsp garlic powder, and 1 tsp kosher salt. Stir together.

Add in 2 cups of non fat plain greek yogurt and 1/4 cup parmesan cheese.

Mix with a spoon REALLY, REALLY well. I use a wooden spoon. Do ya see those crumbly pieces at the bottom? You’re done mixin’ when they are completely gone.

Mix until you feel like your arm is going to fall off. (ha, kidding!)

And you’re done mixing basically when you need a new arm.

Just kiddin’. It really isn’t that bad, I promise. I have like zero upper arm strenght and I am also a big whiner. When there are no more flour bits & pieces and the bowl is basically “clean” again. You’re good to go!

Now, (this part is kind of important) You’ll need a 1/3 cup measuring cup for the larger biscuit size.  Spray the measuring cup with cooking spray to make it easier to “drop” the biscuits. You might need to spray it a couple of times. Scoop the dough into the measuring cup and drop onto a baking sheet that is lined with parchment paper. Make sure you drop them about’a inch apart. It’ll make 9 drop biscuits. You can kind of smoosh them just a bit with your fingers to look just like a regular ol’ biscuit. Spray the tops of biscuits with some olive oil or butter cooking spray.

Now your bacon should be done, take it out and lay it on some paper towels to sop up a bit of the extra grease.

Pop your biscuits into the 400 degree oven and let’m cook for about 24 minutes, or until tops are lightly golden brown.

If you’re wondering what Pepper is usually doing while I am photographing recipes. The answer is this: making a giant mess. 

This might seem like there’s a lot going on, but trust me it’s a really smooth process and the outcome is incredible so it’s well worth the few extra dishes in my honest opinion and that’s comin’ from your girl who hates extra dishes.

Now, while you’ve got your biscuits in the oven get your eggs ready. I normally wait until the biscuits have about 5-10 minutes left to start the eggs just so they aren’t sitting for too long, but do whatever works for you. If you’re making these to throw in the freezer you can make’m right away and let’m sit and cool. Take 8 eggs and add a couple pinches of salt, a pinch of pepper, and I personally love to add a couple pinches of  sweet smoked paprika. It’s from a specialty spice shop, so I don’t know if you can find it in a regular grocery store because I’ve never checked. If you don’t have it, trust me, it’s not necessary, but it does add a bit of magic to your eggs if ya do!

First step to delicious eggs: BURNER ON LOW. No if’s, and’s or, buts. Turn it on low and don’t question me or yourself.  Let your skillet warm up for a couple of minutes.

Next up, This is my secret ingredient to getting the “buttery” taste to eggs. I generously spray a non stick skillet with this butter cooking spray. This is another reason you need your burner on low because using cooking spray and a higher heat tends to immediately burn the cooking spray and it turns brown and smells gross. Lets not do that, okay?

Now, pour your eggs in and just let’m sit for a couple’a minutes.

The key to getting the eggs to be more “whole” than scrambled up is to not move them around in the pan very much. Just gently move the eggs in the pan with a spatula a few times while cooking.

When you see the edges of the eggs kind of form up is when you’ll gently move the eggs with a spatula.

When they get to this point, I usually flip them once. That’s probably not correct, but it’s what I do.

And there we go! These actually broke up a bit more than i’d like, but they are still perfect to me. I’m not a perfectionist cook in case you haven’t noticed. Haha!  Remove them from the heat and set aside. You’ll need’m in a minute or two.

Now, these might seem like some detailed instructions for some eggs, and I know they kinda are, but I eat a lot of eggs now and I’ve realized that  it really does make a difference on how they are cooked. Honestly, if you have a better way of cooking eggs, then do that! But, just keep in mind they need to stack nicely on sandwich so it’s best if they aren’t “crumbly” eggs. Does that make sense? I hope so. Let me know if it doesn’t!

Now grab those biscuits outa the oven. (Well, whenever they are done.)

Want to hear another little secret of mine? When the biscuits come fresh outa the oven. I spray the tops with this Parkay Spray butter stuff. It gives them the slightest hint of buttery-goodness. You should be able to find this stuff in any ol’ grocery store in the same place you find the butta. (P.S. I’m not sponsored by them, I’m just a fan of this butter spray stuff. I’m a much bigger fan of real butta, but you know..) I suppose you could melt down a teaspoon or two of real butter and brush the tops too. It would probably only add a few calories per sandwich, but not sure about points. I think I’ll have to try it though.

See? Just a couple sprays on each will do the trick.

Now, here’s where you’ve got a few options! If you’re preparing these for a big breakfast or brunch with a bunch’a friends and/or family and want to save yourself some extra work. Just put everything on a tray and let everyone grab and make their own sandwiches!

It’s a breakfast sandwich bar basically and it’s the best thing EVER.

I usually serve’m this way for the family first then make up the rest into sandwiches and put’m in the fridge for quick grab and go breakfasts throughout the week.

Don’t forget the cheese! I use American Cheese Slices. I don’t know/care if it’s real cheese. It’s delicious and, in my opinion, it belongs on breakfast sandwiches and cheeseburgers. I use the kind made with 2% milk and I cut each slice in half for each sandwich.  I’m greedy with the cheese and half’a slice is enough, I promise.

Now, if you wanna make all the sandwiches up at once to put’m in the fridge for the week OR FREEZE’M for later. Just like with my “Make Ahead Freezer Friendly Breakfast Sandwiches” you’ll pretty much form an “assembly line”.

Start off by cuttin’ the biscuits in half (use a serrated knife) and lay’m out.

Evenly pile the eggs on top of the bottom half of each biscuit.

Then add one slice center cut bacon on top of the eggs.

And then, top that off with a half’a slice of American cheese made with 2% milk.

Close’m up!

Ugh, don’t they look so good? These might be my new favorite breakfast, ever.

You need these in your life, I promise!

One more thing, guys! I tested these out in the freezer because I knew these would be an absolute hit if y’all could make’m ahead and freeze’m like my other Breakfast sandwiches.

Wrap’m in some foil.

Throw’m in a freezer bag and toss’m in the freezer.

I only tested a few in the freezer because Eric, Pepper, and I ate all of the rest of’m, but the ones that went in the freezer came out FANTASTIC! We tested them side by side ones that hadn’t made it into the freezer and Eric said that he couldn’t taste the different between the two. I personally could, but I am weird.

Either way, totally freezer friendly.

Remember if you’re freezing:


Sorry for shouting, I just want you to remember!


How do I eat it after it’s been in the freezer?

  1. Let it thaw in the fridge. (6-8 hours- I usually let sandwiches thaw overnight and heat’m up in the morning.)
  2. Wrap in paper towel. Microwave for 44 seconds. (Why 44 seconds you ask? Yep, Eric declared that 44 seconds works best.) 
  3. Enjoy. 

How do I reheat’m if they’ve just been in the fridge?

Skip step one. Follow 2 & 3. 

Can I use Canadian bacon, sausage/turkey sausage, or ham?

Sure can! Adjust your points/calories accordingly if you care about that sort’a thing! 

Mmm, mmm, mmm! I hope you love’m as much as I do because I really, really, REALLY, REALLY do!

Let me know if ya give’m a try in the comments below!

With love from my kitchen to yours,


5 from 5 votes

Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Biscuits

A favorite/classic breakfast sandwich lighter in calories and full of protein. Biscuits made from scratch with two ingredient dough. 

Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Servings 9 sandwiches
Author Star


The "Biscuit" Part

  • 2 cups self rising flour i use Gold Medal
  • 2 cups nonfat greek yogurt i use Fage
  • 1 tsp kosher salt
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/4 cup parmesan cheese grated- the higher quality cheese, the more flavor
  • cooking spray

The "Eggs, Bacon, and Cheese" Part

  • 8 large eggs
  • couple pinches of salt
  • pinch of pepper
  • pinch of smoked sweet paprika optional
  • 9 slices center cut bacon
  • 4.5 slices American cheese made with 2% milk I use Kraft
  • butter flavored cooking spray olive oil cooking spray works too


  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Line sheet pan (that has sides!) with aluminum foil. Arrange bacon and bake for 12-14 minutes until crispy.

  2. While the bacon bakes, grab a mixing bowl and add self rising flour, salt, and garlic powder. Stir together. Add in greek yogurt and parmesan cheese. Mix together VERY well with wooden spoon until a lump of dough forms in the bowl. Make sure there are no flour bits on the bottom or sides of bowl. (See pictures in post for better description)

    Line baking sheet with parchment paper. Spray 1/3 cup measuring cup with cooking spray and scoop dough and drop biscuits onto sheet pan about 1 inch apart. You'll have 9 biscuits. Spray the top of biscuits with cooking spray. 

  3. Remove bacon from oven and set aside on a paper towel to sop up a little extra grease. Keep the oven heated to 400 degrees and place biscuits in. Bake for about 24 minutes or until tops are lightly golden brown. 

  4. While the biscuits are baking, Make eggs. Whisk together 8 eggs in a bowl, add a couple pinches of kosher salt, some pepper, and a pinch of sweet smoked paprika. (paprika optional, but delicious)

  5. Heat a non stick skillet over LOW heat on stove top. Spray skillet generously with Butter Cooking Spray and add eggs. Cook on low gently moving the eggs with a spatula a few times, careful not to over scramble and break up the eggs. Flip eggs once if they need it. (See process pictures in post above for description)

    When eggs are firm and cooked remove from heat and set aside.

  6. Remove biscuits from oven when lightly golden brown. Let cool for a few moments and cut open with serreated knife. Evenly pile eggs on top of the bottom of biscuit, followed by a piece of bacon, and top with half slice of american cheese. Top with the other half of the biscuit. Repeat until finished.

  7. Make Ahead/Freezer Instructions: Let eggs, bacon, and biscuits completely cool, assemble sandwiches, wrap in aluminum foil, place in a freezer bag. To Reheat: Thaw in fridge 6-8 hours or overnight, wrap in a paper towel, and heat for 44 seconds in the microwave. 

Recipe Notes

Serving size: 1 sandwich

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

238 calories 8g fat, 3g saturated fat, 24g carbohydrates, 1g fiber, 3g sugar, 18g protein (calculated with My Fitness Pal) 

6 Points Plus (previous Weight Watchers program, calculated with My Score Plus)



  1. Looks so yummy!! When I make freezer breakfast sandwiches, I always use payment paper.. then they go from freezer to fridge the night before.. straight to the microwave without needing the extra step of a paper towel! 🙂

  2. These sandwiches look amazing! I’ll be trying out this recipe really soon. Thanks for sharing!


  3. These look great! Can’t wait to make a batch to have on hand.
    I had some extra grandes around from a bubble up recipe and had to make myself just one breakfast sandwich, but it was 7 pts! Can’t wait to make these biscuits.

    Side note…do you think 2 ingredient dough would hold up in a bubble up? I almost tried it, but it was too late to experiment!

  4. Hi! So the biscuits alone are 3 points each?

  5. These will so help my mornings!! I’m curious why you use a different method for the eggs here than you used for your original freezer breakfast sandwiches on the English muffins. Do you think this method produces a better result?

    I’ve tried several of your recipes & have LOVED them all! Such a life saver to have the ww points already calculated too. Keep up the amazing work!!

    • I wanted the feel of a good ol’ regular bacon egg and cheese biscuit which means that I wanted whole eggs. (especially since I follow Weight Watchers Freestyle) I prefer whole eggs this way, but I love egg beaters/egg whites baked in the oven liquid for that recipe. That recipe was also created before eggs were zero points on the new WW system so I went with the egg whites/beaters.

  6. Omg these are so so good, couldn’t find sweet paprika so used just smoked. These will be my go to in the mornings, thank you for such a great recipe.

  7. There is one thing I don’t understand about this recipe story. What is left-over bacon and what was it doing in your frig? Ha Ha Ha! I am putting these on my list to make!

    • HAHA! I had a lot of extra cooked bacon in the fridge because of other recipes I was working on. It normally doesn’t happen, I promise that!

  8. These were AWESOME! I drizzled just a little sugar free maple sryup on these for a little sweet and salty flavor!

  9. WOW!!!! these are AMAZING! THANK YOU! i really can’t believe they are only 5 pts (!!). I’m glad I doubled the batch-going to freeze a lot of them. I used Sargento Ultra Thin Sharp Cheddar 🙂

    • I am so happy you enjoy, Alyssa!! Thank you SO much for letting me know and rating them! I can’t believe they are 5 points some days either! haha!

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