If you know me a little… then you know that I just cant seem to find a liking for eggs! I wish I liked them, I see all these amazing egg creations on my Instagram and I swear some of them make me want to lick my screen 😉 but I just can’t find a way to like them, and believe me it’s not for lack of trying. My husband lives on eggs, and he will eat them any which way you cook them, so I have tried several..with no success for my taste buds! 🙁 So I set out to try and create a casserole full of eggs but lots of other goodness too, and let me tell you, I think I found a way to open up those taste buds of mine. 🙂 For someone who doesn’t like eggs, I loved this! So if you do like them, well then your going to be one happy camper! 🙂 Makes 6 servings at 5 freestyle smart points, this dish is super easy to make… but you know me, I’m not going to give you something difficult 😉 Enjoy!!
Bubble up breakfast casserole
- 1- 7.5 oz package pillsbury biscuits (the one in the 4 value pack, if you cant find them buy the bigger ones and weigh it out)
- 5 eggs
- 3 egg whites
- 1 cup skim or 1% milk
- 8 oz diced cooked ham
- 1 cup diced peppers
- 3/4 cup diced onion (I used red onion)
- 1 cup light grated cheese
- Preheat oven to 350F and spray a 9x13 casserole dish, set aside.
- Dice up your onions, peppers and ham. Cut your biscuits into 8 small pieces each.
- Spread the dough pieces evenly on the bottom of your casserole dish.
- In a large bowl whisk together your eggs and milk, then add in your peppers, onions, ham and 2/3 cup of cheese. Set aside the remaining 1/3 cup.
- Pour over top of your biscuit pieces and spread evenly.
- Bake in oven for 20 minutes. Remove and cover loosely with a piece of foil, spray the foil with cooking spray to prevent sticking. Return to oven for 25 minutes.
- Sprinkle the remaining cheese on top and leave in oven uncovered for another 5 minutes. Makes 6 servings. Store in sealed container in the fridge or will freeze well.
That looks AMAZING!!!! I really want to attempt this one.
Thank you.. Hope you like it 🙂
Hi there, this looks so good! Are you on Pinterest? I didn’t see a place to Pin this, so will print out and save for now. Congratulations on your success with your weight loss..I am working the WW program and have a lot to lose. I hope there is a way to connect with you and benefit from your wonderful recipes. Thank you for sharing.
Hi Bonnie.. Thank you for your kind words 🙂 Yes I do have Pinterest.. If you scroll to the bottom of the recipe you will see the social icons and the Pinterest one is there.. Or you can just search me “Drizzle me skinny” I am also on facebook “weight watcher recipes by drizzle me skinny” If you go to my blog you will see all the social icons on the right sidebar and can follow through there.. I also have a contact me section on my blog if you ever want to email me for any questions or support, I am here to help anyway I can.. Good luck on your WW journey! 🙂
I made this work for a breakfast potluck it was a big hit everybody loved it & didn’t even realize that was a weight watcher friendly. I will certainly make it again
That’s great Becki! Thanks for sharing and I am glad it was enjoyed by all 🙂
I get a different (higher) point count when I put this into the WW recipe builder. Did you use reduced fat biscuits and fat free cheese?
Hi Rachael, as stated on my FAQ I don’t use the WW recipe builder, I do not like it and have proven it wrong on so many occasions as products vary, I use Myfitnesspal to get nutritional info by entering each ingredient and then I use the WW calculator, I did not use reduced fat biscuits but yes I did use reduced fat cheese, it is up to you if you want to go with what WW recipe builder tells you 🙂
I made this recipe today. I substituted bacon for the ham and added a can of green chilies. I realized while assembling that there was no seasoning. I added sali and pepper and Siracha. Thanks for all your recipes and congrats on your weight loss! You are an inspiration.
Thanks Stacy, glad you enjoyed it and your add in’s sound great 🙂
Does this reheat well? I was thnking of making it ahead of time and reheating it for busy mornings.
Yes it does, I know many that make it and then have it for the week 🙂
If you reheat it how long do I need to put it in the microwave or over for?
Hi, I prefer reheating in the oven, I’d say 8-10 minutes..
Hi Kate, I made this this morning, it is AMAZING!!!! I was very satisfied with it, and it held me over throughout the morning. I sometimes have a crash before lunch and I didn’t with this. You are such an inspiration! Thanks again for sharing your recipes with us!
Hi Deb, I am so glad to hear you enjoyed it! It really is a yummy filling breakfast, thank you for your kind words 🙂
Hi there, I have made this many of times – love it!! I was wondering if you could put it together the night before and then bake it in the morning? Or would the biscuits not rise as much? Maybe put it all together and then right before you bake it add the biscuits and poke them down?
Hi, glad you enjoy it so much 🙂 Yeah I would add the biscuits in just before you bake, I wouldn’t want them sitting in the egg all night..
I made this today and it was very well-liked by my brunch companions. I made it vegetarian to suit the crowd and added lots more veg – mushrooms, zucchini, peppers, tomatoes, green onions and also red & white onion. I pan fried all the veggies except the tomatoes and green onions to get the water out, then did the white and red onion afterward to carmelize them with a dash of balsamic vinegar. The green onion and tomato I sprinkled on raw before I put it in the oven.
I have never in my life bought anything by pillsbury but I am inspired now 🙂 Great versatile recipe.
I am so glad you all enjoyed it 🙂 sounds like you made it a very hearty brunch! I love Pillsbury products, maybe try out some of the dinner bubble ups 🙂
Has anyone substituted the biscuits for some other bread/dough? This sounds wonderful but I do not care for biscuits in genera.
you could try pasta or rice, or cauliflower rice for really low points.. you could probably even cut up a few slices of low point bread and use that
Just made this for breakfast! So so good. It cooked up great following the directions. Serving size is huge. We’re looking forward to the leftovers.
So glad you enjoyed it Lynn 🙂
So an i reading this correctly…5 eggs and additional egg whites as well?
Yes, that’s right
Is there a culinary reason for using a mix of whole eggs and egg whites?
No, at the time eggs were 2 points and I am not a fan of yolk so it was just a preference, you can use all whole eggs if you’d prefer 🙂
Thank you!! Wanted to make sure!! So 5 eggs and 3 egg whites mixed with all ingredients besides the biscuits ? Making for dinner tonight!
Sorry late replying to this but yes.. Hope you enjoyed it 🙂 I love breakfast for dinner!!
Excellent breakfast casserole. Easy to make, from ingredients already in the fridge. Will make again and again. Once again thank you for another recipe to add to my menu rotation.
Hi Debby, you are very welcome, so glad you enjoy it 🙂
Made this for breakfast this morning and it was fabulous! Was looking for a lower point breakfast option that was filling and satisfying and this was it. Thank you for yet another great recipe!
Hi Susan, so glad you enjoyed it 🙂
to be 100% honest I didn’t love this. One problem I had is that when I poured the eggs in, it really moved the biscuit pieces around but I couldn’t really tell bc there was such a high volume of eggs so then any given piece is either A LOT of biscuit or very little. Not trying to pick on you just being honest. I think if I tried again I’d probably use pepper jack cheese to give it a little punch and might try just kinda poking the biscuit pieces in post-egg adding to make sure they distribute better. I actually ended up trashing this bc I just couldn’t bring myself to eat it. womp womp.
I don’t think you are picking on me you are just giving your honest review and it is all good, I can tell you I did not experience this problem ever and I have made it a dozen times over so maybe its just how it was for you, I have not had anyone else mention it.. I can’t please everyone and nor do I expect to..
Hi – can this be made the night before?
HI Sandy, I think so, I might be too late in answering, sorry I was away
I decided to make it the night before and it was fine! Everyone loved it!
Good to know and glad it was enjoyed 🙂
i made this yesterday for the week and i was not sure how it was going to be. It was AMAZING!!!! so easy and tastes so good. thank you so much for sharing this yummy and healthy breakfast bake.
Yay, I am so glad you enjoyed it 🙂
This looks great but if I use only eggs how many would I need to use? Also, has anyone tried it with sausage?
One egg will usually replace about 2 egg whites.. sausage would be a great addition 🙂
Could you use the 2-ingredient dough (self rising flour and greek yogurt) in place of the biscuits?
Hi Lori, I have never attempted, I have seen others try and complain the dough does not bake as well as the biscuits.. but you can always try it 🙂
This is amazing!! I’ve been making it every weekend and taking it to work for breakfast. I tweaked the recipe omitting the peppers and added spinach, zucchini, and mushrooms. I also added garlic salt and Italian seasoning. And using fat free mozzarella reduces the points!! Thank you for sharing!
Hi Jill, you are very welcome, so glad you enjoy it and thanks for sharing your tips 🙂
Hi Kate, Thanks for sharing…Started WW 3 months ago I’m down 21 lbs. I was looking for egg casserole dishes I can make and have for several mornings. Looking forward to trying out your other recipes… Have a great day !
Way to go Dorothy! Congrats, Hope you enjoy the recipes 🙂
I’m going to make this, this weekend looks amazing!! We make 2 of your recipes a week and have never been disappointed, thank you for all you do we sure appreciate you!!
Hi Melissa, that is so wonderful to hear, way to put a smile on my face 🙂 I appreciate you too for taking the time out of your day to let me know 🙂 I hope you enjoy the breakfast bubble up
Can you just use egg whites?
Yes, they will work just as well 🙂
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I am making this for Christmas morning, it looks yummy! But I don’t see 7.5oz Biscuits in the store, only can find 12oz. Could you post a picture of the 7.5oz Biscuits that you use.
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