Stuffed Breakfast Biscuits

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  • Grill Time

    <1 hour

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  • Servings

    Serves 6

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and with these Stuffed Breakfast Biscuits  we are not skipping breakfast any time soon! Not only are homemade biscuits delicious on the grill, but stuff them with some sausage, egg, and cheese and you’ll have a new favorite breakfast. This recipe is easy, do not let your fear of baking take over - we’re here to guide you along the way to make sure your breakfast is a success.

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  1. Place the stick of butter in the freezer for 30 minutes to make it very cold. Light your grill with FOGO charcoal and set it up for indirect heat at 300 degrees. We used a griddle inside our grill, but a cast iron pan would work fine too. Brown the sausage then remove and place on paper towels to drain.  Scramble the eggs and set aside.
  2. Raise the temperature of the grill to 400 degrees. Place a baking stone in the grill and let it preheat. In a large bowl, whisk together flour, baking powder, sugar, and salt. 
  3. Using a box grater, grate butter over the flour mixture and quickly toss with your hands to incorporate. Make a well in the middle of the dough and pour in 1 cup buttermilk. Stir until just beginning to come together, then dump out onto your work surface.
  4. Fold the dough a few times and then roll it out. Do this 3 times but be sure to work fast so the butter does not melt. 
  5. Roll into a ½ inch thick rectangle. Using a 2½” round biscuit or cookie cutter, press down without twisting to cut out the biscuits and place onto a baking sheet. Bring together dough scraps and cut out more biscuits. 
  6. Take one of the biscuits, add some sausage, eggs, cheese, and green onion. Take another biscuit and place it on top and pinch the edges.  Do this for the remaining biscuits. Place a sheet of parchment paper on the baking stone, then place the biscuits on the stone and bake them in the grill for about 20 minutes at 400 degrees. In the last 5 minutes, or when starting to brown, brush them with some melted butter. 

You can use this recipe to make just plain biscuits. Just make the dough twice as thick and cut them out like normal. These pair really well with the Smoked Pepper Jelly recipe that we recently added to our blog, click here to see the recipe.

These are perfect to have on a family breakfast and also for those really busy mornings that you just don’t have the time to cook, as you can easily store them and reheat them. Let us know in the comments if you give these a try! 


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  • I havent this yet but will they look so good and yummy

    Barbara Workman
  • I havent this yet but will they look so good and yummy

    Barbara Workman
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