These Easy Biscuit Breakfast Sandwiches are easy and amazing and perfect to make for a crowd. These Biscuit Breakfast Sandwiches can be eaten immediately or frozen to eat throughout the week.
In one of my earlier posts, I talked about how making dinner or any meal has become a bit more difficult now that I’ve had the baby. I feel that I don’t have that much time for most things I use to do. Being a wife and a mom can be a difficult dance to master. But one thing that helps me is meal prepping as much as possible.
For me, meal prep helps to cut down on a lot of time that it takes to get out of the door in the mornings and it takes the precious off of me to not think of what I am going to make for lunch day to day. What I love about these biscuit breakfast sandwiches is the versatility of this recipe. You can really customize this recipe however you want.
With these Easy Biscuit Breakfast Sandwiches, you can make breakfast sandwiches for the entire week! Use your choice of meat, bacon or sausage.
Making these Biscuit Breakfast Sandwiches
You can customize these breakfast sandwiches in several ways. Here is a table of some substitutions you can use.
|Instead of||Try this|
|Biscuit||Croissant, English Muffin, Bagel|
|Bacon||Turkey Bacon, Chicken Bacon|
|Pork Sausage||Turkey Sausage, Chicken Sausage, Split Smoked Sausage|
|Cheddar Cheese||Pepper Jack, American, Colby|
There are also some ingredients you can add such as:
- Onions (if you want that smell on your breath in the mornings)
Whatever you do, make it yours!
The absolute best part of these sandwiches is the melted honey butter. Wait, I’m getting ahead of myself. Let’s stop at the biscuit option for a moment. You can use Homemade Buttermilk Biscuits, canned biscuits, or frozen biscuits such as Pillsbury Grands (that is what I used). Or you can make them from scratch.
Now, back to the honey butter. This is one step that you absolutely cannot skip is the honey butter concoction! Once you have assembled these sandwiches, and you pour that honey butter on top of those sandwiches, that butter and sweetness from the honey is going to absorb into that biscuit and honey, these Easy Biscuit Breakfast Sandwiches will go to a new level!!!
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Here are more breakfast recipes that will help you with your morning meal prep:
- Mason Jar Omelettes
- Bacon and Cheddar Quiche
- Bacon Breakfast Cups
Commonly Asked Questions
Typically, I won’t keep these sandwiches longer than seven days. Anything longer than that, in my experience, the flavor gets lost and the bread loses moisture. But if you are making this recipe for meal prep purpose, you should only have them for about a week.
A “real good” breakfast sandwich is relative, first and foremost. You really want to add the ingredients that are good to you! Be sure to keep the sandwich wrapped in plastic or parchment paper tightly until you are ready to eat. Microwave the sandwich 30 seconds at a time to ensure that it doesn’t harden. You may have to microwave by the ingredients and bring it back together.
It’s all about the ingredients. Use more veggies and lean protein and eliminate cheese to cut down on excess fat. Also, choose wisely when it comes to the breading. Select fibrous and whole grain breading options for a healthier breakfast sandwich that you can meal prep each week.