Bacon Biscuit Cups


Bacon Biscuit Cups

Bacon Biscuit Cups
22 Min

Need a breakfast that's going to save you time in the morning? Look no further than our Bacon Biscuit Cups! This crispy, creamy treat comes together fast and easy in the morning, meaning you get something fun, delicious, and filling in no time! That's a breakfast we're willing to jump out of bed for. 

What You'll Need

  • 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese, softened
  • 3 tablespoons milk
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 cup (2 ounces) shredded Swiss cheese
  • 1 scallion, chopped
  • 1 (12-ounce) can refrigerated buttermilk biscuits (12 biscuits)
  • 8 bacon slices, cooked and crumbled, divided

What to Do

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Coat a muffin tin with cooking spray.
  2. In a large bowl with an electric mixer on medium speed, beat cream cheese, milk, and egg, until blended. Stir in Swiss cheese and scallion; set aside.
  3. Separate biscuits into 12 portions. Pat each portion into a 3 1/2-inch circle, and press on bottom and up sides of prepared muffin cups. Sprinkle with half of bacon, and spoon cream cheese mixture on top.
  4. Bake 22 minutes, or until set. Sprinkle with remaining bacon, lightly pressing into filling. Remove immediately from pan, and serve warm.

Mr. Food Test Kitchen Tip!

  • To reheat any leftovers, wrap biscuit cups in foil, and bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes, or until warm. (But we bet you won't have any extras!)
  • There's nothing more pleasing than a basket of warm biscuits set on the table! Why not add a batch of our Garlic Cheddar Biscuits to your basket!
  • Got an extra tube of refrigerated biscuits? Not to worry 'cause our collection of 10 Ways with Refrigerated Biscuits will help you find the perfect way to use 'em.

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Just wish you had back your nutrition facts to make it easier to keep my sugars down

Tried this morning by cutting recipe in half and using only 1 egg and 1 tablespoon milk for 8 biscuits and it came out fantastic.....and the taste is really good. I put alittle jam on the side to top it with....ummmmmm!

Could you use puffed pastry rather than the biscuits?

Hello! - Unfortunately, we do not think this work with with puff pastry, as puff pastry needs more space to puff up. However, we believe this could work with pie crust. We haven't tried making it this way yet, so if you do give it a try, please be sure to let us know how it turns out!

I was thinking that maybe slices of bread buttered side down in the muffin tins might work for this recipe instead of biscuits.

i must be the biggest cluts in the kitchen I thought i would surprise for breakfast the little bacon biscuit thing for family Well i rolled the little round things out to a little over five inches placed them with love in the little muffin cups what the heck were these people thinking rolled up th sides as in the picture Poured the stuff in the cups I was so excited untilllllllll it started to bake what these people forgot to note is that when the dough starts to rise so does the egg mixture As a matter of fact it rises to the point where it flows over the top ad ends up in the bottom of my oven So i am frantic scrapping eggs frying on the bottom of my oven watching it flow over to even more So I ended up with almost all of the egg mixtureRead More in the bottom of my oven burnt it the dough did not get cooked and was a mass of gross dough What the heck was I doing wrong i would never try this again you have to be kidding me Who ever wrote these reviews were out of the office for the product not again don't try it

It sounds like you used a MINI muffin pan instead of a regular one. Is that what happened? It's only one egg, I dont see how one egg would overflow 10 muffin cups.

Don't give up on it altogether. Use an oversized muffin pan like used to make the very large muffins sold in bakeries. There is almost always a way to fix the problem. If I were going to make this I would use a deep dish pie plate and more bacon.

don't fill your cup to the top, just 3/4. Always leave room for food to expand. Line your oven racks with aluminum foil. saves cleanup. I place small pans on a cookie sheet. Hope this helps. I use muffin pan all the time because I am cooking for one. I store extra in ziploc bags and take out what I need when I want it.

these were so good and so much fun to make with the kids. everyone loved them. easy food to take on the go for morning rushes...

these were so good and so much fun to make with the kids. everyone loved them. easy food to take on the go for morning rushes...

was just wondering...could one use eggs instead of the cream cheese? I mean still add the cheese to the eggs, would that work?

Looks good, I will be trying this soon.

I am going to try this idea with different fruits. I think it is a great idea, always love anything with cheese. Thank you!

iwillmakethese today they sound very good


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