There’s a new bubble up in town and I think you are all going to love these super easy and tasty breakfast bubble up cups! They are great for meal prep and will freeze well. Feel free to add in extra veggies to suit you, I left out cheese to keep them low in points but I’m sure if you don’t mind the extra point cheese would be a great addition. I already have several ideas floating around this crazy head of mine for more “bubble up cup” creations 🙂 Go make these now, I promise you won’t be disappointed, just 2 smart points each on Weight Watchers® freestyle.

Breakfast bubble up cups

2-3PP, 2SP blue & purple, 3SP green
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Total Time 30 mins
Course Breakfast
Servings 10


  • 1- 7.5 oz package of biscuits see pic above, I buy mine at Walmart in the U.S
  • 6 eggs
  • 1/2 cup milk I used 1%
  • 1/4 cup diced pepper I used green
  • 1/4 cup diced onion I used red onion
  • 1 small tomato diced
  • 1 garlic clove diced
  • Dash of salt & pepper


  • Preheat oven to 400F, spray a regular size muffin tin with cooking spray *note- eggs are famous for sticking so spray well.
  • Cut your 10 small biscuits into 6 pieces each, place the 6 pieces in each muffin cup, so you will have 10 breakfast cups in total.
  • In a bowl mix your diced pepper, onion, tomato and garlic, divide over your 10 muffin cups.
  • In a large measuring cup beat your eggs and milk together, add in salt & pepper.
  • Pour egg mixture over your 10 biscuit/veggie cups and fill to the top.
  • Bake in oven for 20-23 minutes until biscuits are baked through.
  • Carefully remove from tin using a knife to scrape muffins out.
  • Makes 10 breakfast cups, best stored in the fridge and will freeze well.


Personal Points- 2-3 depending on your 0PP foods 
Freestyle smart points- (blue & purple) 2 using the WW recipe builder
Smart points- (green) 3 using WW recipe builder
Points plus- 3 using a PP calculator
Nutrition info (including veggies) Calories 106...Fat 3.7g...Sat fat 1.2g...Carbs 12g...Fiber 0.2g...Sugar 2.6g...Protein 5.6g using My Fitness Pal *note this included veggies, if using these numbers in a SP/PP calculator you may get a different point value



    • That’s what I did plus some chopped spinach. also cut my biscuits into 8 pcs, added 2 eggs and got 12 “muffins”

  1. would Pillsbury buttermilk biscuits be the same points? Can you post nutritional info for the ones you use so we can see if there is something comparable in 🇨🇦? Thank you!

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Stacy, I can tell you there is 17SP in the whole 7.5oz biscuit package I use if that helps

      • When I scan the biscuits I get that they 31 points for the package. I know the scanner is wrong sometimes.
        So just wondering how you are getting 17 points?

        • Drizzle Reply

          Hi Karen, you are using the wrong size biscuits, these packs I use are 7.5oz with 10 very small biscuits inside, I buy them at Walmart in the U.S and they come in a 4 pack

    • I used Pillsbury its roughly 6 biscuits and i cut into 8 pieces and spread over 10 cups.

      • I just made these according to the recipe and they are awesome. Will keep these on hand. Two lslices to turkey bacon. Ate two muffins for a 4 pt breakfast.

        • Drizzle Reply

          Hi Donna, I am so glad you enjoyed the bubble up breakfast cups 🙂

  2. Yes please post a Canadian equivalent for the biscuits. Or can you use 2 ingredient dough

    • Drizzle Reply

      You can still but Pillsbury biscuits here in Canada they are just a larger size so my advice would be to weigh out 7.5oz and use that, cut biscuits open then cut each piece into 6-8 small pieces, you can the 2ID but I know some used it for bubble up dishes and say it did not bake all through

  3. These look delicious! I wonder how they’d turn out using the 2-ingredient dough that is so wildly popular on WW now? On my next day off, I think I’ll test this recipe out using that dough. Thanks so much!

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Kathy, I know some are saying the 2ID is not baking as well in bubble up dishes so I am not too sure but if you try it please let me know 🙂

  4. Hi I just tried making these but I couldn’t use all the eggs as the cups were too full. Fully half the egg mix is left over. I used Pillsbury biscuits. Maybe they are larger than the biscuits you are using? I am using a regular sized muffin tin so not sure why this happened.

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Sue, yikes.. Yeah sounds like you used a bigger biscuit pack, mine is a 7.5oz small tube with 10 small biscuits in them, I can tell you the whole package is 17SP (all 10 biscuits) if yours are bigger that would cause you too have too much egg mixture left over

      • Same thing happened to me the can is 11.9 oz in Canada so will add a point to each muffin.. mine looked like they exploded lol but yummy. Thanks for recipe.

        • Drizzle Reply

          HI Bunny, yeah if you are using a bigger biscuit package they will bake differently, mine are only 7.5oz so a lot less dough

  5. Yes I think that’s what happened. They were still good though. Thanks!

  6. Hi,
    Can’t wait to try these! Do you think I can sub almond milk for the 1% milk? That would also decrease the points value? Right?

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Lauren, sure you can use almond milk, I don’t think it would decrease the overall points per serving though

  7. So good! I used to eat your egg white cups and they were good but these with egg yolk and biscuits is so delicious! I used pillsbury biscuits from here and weighed out 7.5oz. Amazing! I’m eating them for dinner 😍

  8. Susie Weinel Reply

    These look delicious… always looking for something good in the morning with low points… think I will try these… Thanks!

  9. I used fresh pico de gallo from the deli section to save time chopping veggies and these were delicious. Thank you.

    • Drizzle Reply

      Sounds awesome, thanks for the tip, glad you enjoyed them 🙂

    • Drizzle Reply

      I like popping them in the oven for 5-10 minutes, but it is totally up to you 🙂

  10. Made these using 3 pieces of Canadian bacon. There was too much filling so I took some of the biscuits from the others and
    made 12. Hubby said they are Good. I did use almond milk 30 cal and my Points were 3

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Denise, glad you both enjoyed them, I had mine filled right to the rim and only got 10 but maybe your muffin cups were slightly smaller? Either way glad you enjoyed

  11. I made these in my bigger size muffin tin so it made 6 for 4 points they were very yummy. Thanks for all the good recipes.

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Jen, you are very welcome, so glad you enjoyed them 🙂

  12. Hi love your recipes, with these breakfast Bubble Ups are you using regular muffin tin or mini muffin tin?
    Thanks so much

    • Drizzle Reply

      HI and thank you 🙂 it is a regular sized muffin tin

      • OMGosh I guess have read the whole recipe LOL Thanks again… Bunny

  13. This is such a wonderful recipe and so versatile! Your recipes have been so helpful and have shown me that this journey is not only doable, but is fun! Thank you so much 🙂

    • Drizzle Reply

      I am so glad you enjoyed them and are finding the journey fun, that will take you a long way, it’s why I started this blog, I was so bored of frozen dinners and the same old breakfast lol so I decided I needed to get a little more creative in the kitchen, one thing led to another and here I am now 🙂

      • First want to say how much I love your site, Katie, your recipes are awesome, and being new to WW this has been a great help. For the breakfast bubble up, if u use half the biscuit dough and more egg, would that make them 1 pt each?

        • Drizzle Reply

          Hi Karen, thanks for your kind words 🙂 so glad you are enjoying the recipes, I don’t know for sure as the recipe would have to be built in the WW app and I only know the points for how I did them but if I was guessing I’d say yes they likely would be 1 point

  14. Hi, after putting them in the freezer, how can i warm them up again?
    I love your recipes.

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Gabby, I’d pop them in the oven or even air fryer to crisp them up , so glad you are loving the recipes

  15. Diane Taylor Reply

    Hi Kate – I am new to your blog, and rejoining WW, I made these for breakfast and omg so yummy 🙂 I can’t wait to try some of your other bubble-up recipes (I’m looking at you, Chicken Sloppy Joes!!). I am just getting used to free style and all these 0 point foods !!!! Congrats on your weight loss and thanks for all the great recipes.

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Diane, I’m so glad you enjoyed the breakfast cups, welcome to WW and good luck on your journey! 🙂

  16. These sound really good. But I have a question. Are you pushing the six pieces of dough into the muffin cup to make a dough cup? Or Just placing them in and egg mixture goes all around under and over it? I’m thinking it’s the latter since otherwise why would you need to cut them. But I’d like your input. Thank you!

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Sally, yup just drop them in then pour in the egg and it will go all around it then the biscuits bake into the egg 🙂

  17. When I use barcode scanner the biscuit are coming up 3 points 1 biscuit. It that correct. The pkg says serving size is 3. But app says 1.

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Donna, are you scanning the right biscuits? They are a 7.5oz tube with 10 small biscuits in the pack, I know the whole tube is 17SP

  18. Michelle Lottner Reply

    These are in my oven right now! I used Walmart reduced fat biscuits. I had one left over, but i probably could have squeezed it in. I also added about 2 oz of diced ham that i had. Such a small amount it doesn’t add points to the muffins. Yummm!

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Michelle, I hope you enjoyed them, love the ham addition 🙂

  19. Hi. My question is why do you cut up the biscuits if you are putting all 6 pieces in the muffin cup? Is there a particular way to put them in? Thanks

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Sonya, it is just the way I decided to make them, I wanted the biscuit pieces scattered throughout when they baked and no just pop them in

  20. Shelley Clee Reply

    My mother in law makes a similar item using the small tart pastries, and puts mini scallops, peppers, onions, and the egg, to create a mini quiche. SOOOOO good.

  21. Thanks for all the wonderful recipes!
    Do you remove the egg cups immediately or let sit a couple minutes?

  22. I made these with half the dough and crispy bacon bits for 2 points and I LOVE them. Thanks for all your recipes, its appreciated!

  23. These look so good and besides being a great recipe, it can also be the base of many more recipes. I might add a bit of non fat cheese. Must get shopping and get some biscuits in the house. Thanks for sharing your passion and creativity!

  24. Hi, i am unable to eat the egg yolk and would like to make these with egg whites. what would be the amount and will they cook as well. Thanks

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi, I don’t eat egg yolk too often either simply because I don’t like the yolk… 1 egg is usually equal to 2 egg whites which is 1/4 cup .. and yes they should cook just the same 🙂 feel free to share back how they turned out 🙂

  25. I used egg whites (12) and the Pillsbury Grands Buttermilk biscuits. I adapted the recipe a little a because I was using egg whites and different biscuits. I used half of the biscuits in the package and cut them into 8ths. I put 3 pieces into each muffin cup and got 11 muffins with biscuits and 1 without. I also added 1/4 cup of cheese and my WW app calculated it to be 3 FP per muffin. They baked for about 24 minutes and I’ve been enjoying them all week for breakfast. I just pop one in the microwave for about 30 seconds and dig in! These are great and super easy for meal prep to help keep me on track.

    • Drizzle Reply

      Thanks for sharing Alicia, so glad you enjoyed them 🙂

  26. I am confused about the biscuits, you cut one up in 6 pieces and divide that among two of muffin cups?

    • Drizzle Reply

      No, each biscuit is cut into 6 pieces and placed in one muffin cup, that’s why you only get 10 because there are only 10 biscuits in the pack

    • Drizzle Reply

      Yes it should work, points might change slightly though

  27. Love love love these… I would like to try and make them but as a casserole. Any thoughts on changes I may need to make? Also, thoughts on making it ahead of time and baking in the morning?

    Thanks so much for sharing so many helpful recipes and ideas 🙂

  28. Doreen Anikewich Reply

    Hi, do you have to cook the peppers and onions first or do you put them in the tin raw?

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi, no I do not cook them first, they will soften while they are baking

  29. Looks like a good idea to take to work. I’d add some sausage and cheese and then, they’d go over very good. Not so good if you’re counting points unless they are “brownie points.”

  30. I made some modifications. 1. I divided the 60 pieces of biscuits into 12 cups instead of 10. 2. I added 4 cooked links of Lilydale Gourmet turkey sausages (cut each sausage into 6 pieces, put 2 pieces in each cup). 3. I used 1/4 cup diced mushrooms instead of a tomato. 4. I added one egg. 5. Instead of using spray on the muffin tin, I used parchment muffin liners (makes for easy cleanup).


    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Laura, thanks for sharing, they sound delicious! 🙂

  31. What is the servings size for this recipe? Is it 1 muffin cup?


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