Recipe: Bacon-Egg-Cheese Biscuit Sandwich

My mom would (and still does if you are there at the right time) make us fast-food style bacon-egg-cheese biscuits and I am not going to lie, I love them! Maybe I love the nostalgia of cooking the way my mom does and enjoying it while reading the paper in my PJs or maybe I just love bacon*! A little of both.

I do one egg, one biscuit and a little more than a splash milk (or half n half) per person so upscale as necessary.

While baking a biscuit in my toaster oven, in a small frying pan, I cook the cut bacon, then drain the grease. I pour the egg-milk mixture over the bacon. When it is almost done, I sprinkle on some shredded cheese. I flip it over in half like an omelet (if using one egg you will want a small pan so it does not spread much). Then, put it on a biscuit that has been cut open like a sandwich bun and enjoy!

Since I was frying up bacon, I did a little extra to freeze for a baked potato later in the week and a little more so I could try Amanda’s Bacon Cheeseburger Chicken, which is going to be my dinner.

*My maternal grandmother put bacon in her pancakes and I remember thinking that was taking it a little far. Every time I make bacon, I think of her.

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6 Comment

  1. Rachel
    January 19, 2009 at 11:27 am

    yum Yum YUM!! sounds delicious!

  2. Shannanb aka Mommy Bits
    January 19, 2009 at 3:48 pm

    OK> I had no idea you could bake a biscuit in a toaster oven! How handy. I love the idea that you can make these individually. This sounds like something my husband would love!

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  5. Tracey
    October 1, 2011 at 9:12 am

    Tell me more about this biscuit in a toaster oven. Please! I have a toaster oven sitting unused, and this sounds right up my biscuit-loving alley.

  6. Andi
    October 6, 2011 at 9:47 pm

    Tracey, two (or more) biscuits side-by-side, same temp, but I do it a few minutes less. Like it might say 20 minutes and I do about 17 and check to make sure it is not getting crispy. I like fluffy, light, not hard biscuits.

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