These Stuffed Ham Egg and Cheese Biscuits have a delightful surprise hidden inside. Stuffed with scrambled eggs and smoked ham they're held together with the tastiest edible "glue" aka cheddar cheese, that you'll ever eat. Baking them side by side results in golden tops and a soft fluffy interior that makes them impossible to resist.
Two Ingredients Make Stuffed Ham Egg and Cheese Biscuits Easy
Homemade stuffed breakfast biscuits are a weekend favorite at our house. As you can imagine, you can fill them with a plethora of egg, protein and cheese combinations but, it seems the most simple combos remain the most requested. Cream drop biscuits require only 2 ingredients and couldn't be easier to make. There is nothing that compares to a homemade biscuit. Quite often I have people contact me saying they've tried to make homemade biscuits with no success asking what could they be doing wrong? The truth is, there are many variables when it comes to bread making. Factors include quality of ingredients, the amount of moisture in the air and how your oven performs. It takes practice in all sincerity, so don't give up you can master cream biscuits.
Tips for Biscuit Making Success
- Keep in mind that fresh dough is sticky by nature. That said, it's important to flour the rolling pin, biscuit cutter and rolling surface lightly to prevent sticking.
- For these biscuits, I cut them into 5-inch rounds as that's the largest cookie cutter that I had handy. Then gently rolled each round with the rolling pin until they're around 6 inches so their sizeable for stuffing.
- After filling and sealing the biscuit dough, use your hands to shape them into even sized rounds, and place seam side down in the buttered skillet.
- When you bake biscuits side by side in the skillet in this way, the tops become golden and crispy and the inside stays fluffy and light.
- These biscuits reheat nicely, making them perfect for weekend brunch or any day you want to serve breakfast with a surprise inside.
More Biscuit Recipes to Add to the Menu
Other biscuit variations you may also like to make:
- Easy Cream Biscuits prefect for busy mornings
- Sweet glazed Honey Butter Biscuits
- Jam filled Thimble Biscuits
- A holiday brunch bake Sausage Egg and Cheese Hash Brown Biscuit Bake
- Cheddar Sage Biscuits from Two Peas and their Pod
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Helpful Kitchen Items:
Stuffed Ham Egg and Cheese Biscuits
- 6 large eggs
- 3 tablespoon milk or cream
- salt and black pepper
- 3 cup self rising flour
- 2 cup heavy cream
- 4 oz smoked ham cubed
- 12 thick slices colby-jack or cheddar cheese, cut in half
- 3 tablespoon butter melted
- Preheat the oven to 375°F. Brush the bottom and sides of a 12-inch cast iron skillet or similar with melted butter. Set aside.
- Beat together 6 large eggs with 3 tablespoon milk or cream. Season with salt and black pepper to your taste. Soft scramble then set aside to cool while you prepare the biscuit dough.
- Use a fork to combine the self-rising flour and cream until the flour is fully moistened. It may appear crumbly but should hold together when pressed between your fingers.
- Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured non-stick surface. Knead a few times until the dough comes together.
- Flour a rolling pin and roll to around ¼-inch thickness. Cut into 6-inch rounds. Re-roll scraps as needed to make 12 total.
- Place ½ slice of cheese in the middle of the dough round, top with 2 tablespoon scrambled eggs, 1 tablespoon ham cubes and the other half slice cheese.
- Pinch the dough around the filling. Place seam side down side by side in the skillet.
- Brush the tops with melted butter them bake for 18 minutes at 375°F. Increase to 425°F and bake for another 5 minutes or until the tops are golden.
- Serve immediately, brushed with additional butter, if desired