Bacon and Cheese Biscuits

Bacon. Everyday I see blog post after blog post with people raving about bacon. I personally don’t understand this fascination with bacon, but I have come to the conclusion that just about everyone I know loves bacon! Cliff definitely loves bacon.  I’ve made him a lot of food wrapped in bacon. Bacon wrapped filet, bacon wrapped hot dogs, bacon wrapped mini hot dogs, and bacon wrapped jalapenos. You name it, and I’ve wrapped it with bacon. I don’t just wrap with bacon I cook with it too. I’ve done bacon scones, baked beans with bacon, bacon with brussel sprouts, and pizza with bacon. If there is a recipe that calls for bacon I’ve probably made it.

When Kelly sent me this recipe I knew I’d soon be bakin’ it! Not only does it include bacon, it also calls for cheddar cheese, mozzarella cheese and butter. I knew Cliff would love it!  And the best part is that its super easy. I suppose you could make your own biscuits, but it turned out great with the store bought ones that Picky Palate recommended. They’re from Pillsbury’s Simply line and contain no trans fat or added preservatives. I didn’t make any changes to this recipe, but if you want to make these even unhealthier better, add sour cream to your hot bacon and cheese biscuit.

Here's what you'll need

Brush your cast iron pan with butter

Add the biscuits

Top with some shredded Mozzarella

Top with crumbled bacon

Top with Cheddar cheese

Look at all that cheese and bacon!

Eat 'em while they're hot!


  1. Greg oftedahl says

    Now thats a simple recipe, I like that, and it seems you could use your own personal favorite cheese and toppings.

  2. greenbird says

    These look lovely, and remind me of the biscuits I made last month: bisquick, lots of shredded cheddar, tons of crispy crumbled bacon, and a generous dose of McCormick garlic bread seasoning; mix it all together, bake, and enjoy!

  3. says

    I think you are right about bacon’s cult status. I’m also an avid bacon fanatic. Although it’s slightly more yielding cousin glazed ham is held in higher regard in my heart. I’d love to make your recipe for me and my bacon loving husband. There is no such thing as biscuit dough in New Zealand like you have described, what would be a good substitute? “Biscuits” here are the same as your “cookie” and are sweet and served with tea or coffee.


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