Ham & Cheese Biscuit Bake

Ham & Cheese Biscuit Bake – a family favorite! Super simple to make with only 6 ingredients and ready to eat in about 30 minutes. Biscuits, ham, cheese, honey mustard, eggs, and heavy cream. Great for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner. Serve with some grits, potatoes, or a salad for a meal that is guaranteed to please the whole family!

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This Ham and Cheese Biscuit Bake is a favorite at our house. It is super simple to make and the whole family cleans their plate. Biscuits, ham, cheese, honey mustard, eggs, and heavy cream. I mean, what’s not to like?!? We enjoy this for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It is SO much better than grabbing breakfast at the drive-thru. Add this to your menu ASAP! It is sure to be a hit!

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How to Make Ham & Cheese Biscuit Bake

This casserole is very easy to make. Start with cutting up some refrigerated biscuits. Place the biscuit pieces in a baking dish. Top the biscuits with diced ham and shredded cheese. Whisk together honey mustard dressing, eggs, and heavy cream. Pour the egg mixture over the casserole and bake.

  • You can use any cheese that you enjoy. I’ve made this with colby-jack, cheddar, and swiss. It would also be good with gouda, mozzarella, or parmesan cheese.
  • My favorite store-bought honey mustard dressings are Ken’s, O’Charley’s, and Sweet Baby Ray’s.
  • Can Ham & Cheese Biscuit Bake be made in advance? Yes. You can assemble the casserole the night before and bake it in the morning.
  • Can Ham & Cheese Biscuit Bake be frozen? Yes. I suggest freezing this casserole after baking. The refrigerated biscuits don’t bake as well after being frozen. To freeze, bake the casserole as directed and cool completely. Cover the baking dish with plastic wrap and aluminum foil and freeze.
    • The casserole will keep up to 3 months in the freezer.
    • To reheat the casserole after freezing, thaw and reheat in the microwave or covered in the oven until warm.

Quick Tip

This recipe is made for the smaller canned biscuits – NOT the bigger Pillsbury Grands! biscuits. I used two cans of Pillsbury Flaky Layers Biscuits Buttermilk. It is a 6-oz can of biscuits with 5 biscuits in each can. You will need 10 total biscuits for this recipe.

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What to Serve with Breakfast Casserole

This casserole is in our monthly rotation. We like to serve this with some grits or potatoes and fruit for breakfast. For lunch and dinner, we usually serve this with a salad. This is a great way to use up any leftover holiday ham! I buy an extra-large ham just to have leftovers for recipes like this one. Give this a try. It is sure to become a family favorite!

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Ham & Cheese Biscuit Bake

Yield: 6 people
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 25 mins
Total Time 30 mins
Ham & Cheese Biscuit Bake – a family favorite! Super simple to make with only 6 ingredients and ready to eat in about 30 minutes. Biscuits, ham, cheese, honey mustard, eggs, and heavy cream. Great for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner. Serve with some grits, potatoes, or a salad for a meal that is guaranteed to please the whole family!

Ingredients:

  • 2 (6-oz) cans refrigerated biscuits
  • ½ lb diced ham
  • cup grated colby-jack cheese
  • 2 Tbsp honey mustard dressing
  • 3 large eggs
  • cup heavy cream

Instructions:

  • Preheat oven to 350°F. Spray a 9×13-inch baking dish with cooking spray.
  • Separate biscuits and cut them into quarters. Place biscuits in the bottom of the pan. Top with ham and cheese.
  • Whisk together eggs, honey mustard, and heavy cream. Pour over biscuits.
  • Bake for 25-30 minutes.

Notes:

3 cans of biscuits
  • This recipe is made for the smaller canned biscuits – NOT the bigger Pillsbury Grands! biscuits. I used two cans of Pillsbury Flaky Layers Biscuits Buttermilk. It is a 6-oz can of biscuits with 5 biscuits in each can. You will need 10 total biscuits for this recipe.
  • You can use any cheese that you enjoy. I’ve made this with colby-jack, cheddar, and swiss. It would also be good with gouda, mozzarella, or parmesan cheese.
  • My favorite store-bought honey mustard dressings are Ken’s, O’Charley’s, and Sweet Baby Ray’s.
  • Can Ham & Cheese Biscuit Bake be made in advance? Yes. You can assemble the casserole the night before and bake it in the morning.
  • Can Ham & Cheese Biscuit Bake be frozen? Yes. I suggest freezing this casserole after baking. The refrigerated biscuits don’t bake as well after being frozen.

Steph

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  1. The third step of the recipe says to top with parmesan cheese, however parmesan cheese is not listed as an ingredient. Please advise. Thanks!!!

  2. This was soooo good! It got rave reviews at girls lake weekend and has been requested again for girls beach week! I couldn't find already shredded Swiss and I'm lazy so I used the Italian blend cheese and it was delicious! Will make again and again!

  3. I made this dish this morning for brunch. My egg/cream mixture didn't set in the middle after 25 min.
    I doubled the recipe and used a bigger pan, so I still only had one layer of biscuits.
    I also used bacon and monterey jack cheese instead of ham and used mustard powder and onion granules to give it flavor. My kids don't like prepared mustard.
    Other than the cooked all the way thru issue, it tasted great! Thanks!

  4. Karen, i thought about that. we don't care for the honey mustard. i was thinking maybe a sprinkle of chives and/or playing around with the cheese- maybe a bit of pepper jack.

  5. Sounds like a dish I want to make for dinner. Possibly tonight. But what is a good substiture for honey mustard? We don't care too much for it. I so enjoy your recipes. Thanks for posting them.

  6. Tana – it is only one layer of biscuits. There isn't enough liquid to completely cover them. They bake up and get a little brown on top. Enjoy!

  7. I don't quite understand how the biscuits are browned and on top considering the directions state they are on the bottom of the pan.

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