Sausage and Cream Cheese Biscuit Bites {Football Friday}

Sausage and Cream Cheese Biscuit Bites – so GOOD! I’m totally addicted to these things! Sausage, cream cheese, Worcestershire, cheddar cheese baked in biscuits. Can make the sausage mixture ahead of time and refrigerate until ready to bake. Great for tailgating, breakfast and parties! Everyone loves this recipe!

Sausage and Cream Cheese Biscuit Bites - so GOOD! I'm totally addicted to these things! Sausage, cream cheese, Worcestershire, cheddar cheese baked in biscuits. Can make the sausage mixture ahead of time and refrigerate until ready to bake. Great for tailgating, breakfast and parties! Everyone loves this recipe!

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I am obsessed with these Sausage and Cream Cheese Biscuit Bites. They are ridiculously good. I have made this recipe at least three times this past month. I just can’t get enough of them! SO yummy!

There are only 5 ingredients in this recipe – sausage, cream cheese, Worcestershire sauce, cheddar cheese, and refrigerated biscuits. I used a roll of Jimmy Dean breakfast sausage. You can use any brand of sausage you prefer. Sometimes I like to use a roll of hot sausage to give these biscuit bites a little kick. YUM!

The sausage and cream cheese mixture can be made ahead of time and refrigerated until you are ready to assemble and bake the biscuit bites. I used Grands! Jr. biscuits – the kind with 10 smaller biscuits in the can. Make sure you buy the smaller biscuits – not the giant Grands!.

I make this recipe in a mini muffin pan. Feel free to use a regular muffin pan. If you are using a regular muffin pan, you will need to adjust the baking time. Just watch the biscuits and cook until they are golden brown.

These biscuit bites are perfect for tailgating, holiday parties, and breakfast! This recipe makes 40 biscuit bites. That sounds like a lot, but there are never any leftovers when I take these to our tailgate!!

Sausage and Cream Cheese Biscuit Bites - so GOOD! I'm totally addicted to these things! Sausage, cream cheese, Worcestershire, cheddar cheese baked in biscuits. Can make the sausage mixture ahead of time and refrigerate until ready to bake. Great for tailgating, breakfast and parties! Everyone loves this recipe!

Sausage and Cream Cheese Biscuit Bites

Yield: 40 biscuit bites
Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 12 mins
Total Time 27 mins
Sausage and Cream Cheese Biscuit Bites – so GOOD! I’m totally addicted to these things! Sausage, cream cheese, Worcestershire, cheddar cheese baked in biscuits. Can make the sausage mixture ahead of time and refrigerate until ready to bake. Great for tailgating, breakfast and parties! Everyone loves this recipe!

Equipment:

Ingredients:

  • 1 lb sausage (I used Jimmy Dean brand)
  • 1 (8-oz) package cream cheese, softened
  • 1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
  • cups shredded cheddar cheese
  • 2 (12-oz) cans Grands Jr flaky biscuits (20 biscuits in total)

Instructions:

  • Preheat oven to 375ºF. Lightly spray mini muffin pans with cooking spray, set aside.
  • Cook sausage in a large skillet over medium-high heat until no longer pink. Drain fat.
  • Stir together cooked sausage, cream cheese, Worcestershire sauce and shredded cheddar cheese.
  • Remove biscuits from cans and split each biscuit into to two. Place each biscuit round into muffin tin. Scoop sausage mixture into biscuit cups.
  • Bake for 12 to 15 minutes, until biscuits are golden brown.

Notes:

3 cans of biscuits
This recipe uses the smaller sized canned biscuits. Look for 4 cans of 6-oz biscuits or 2 cans of 12-oz biscuits.

Steph

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  1. Delicious and easy. Next time, I will just use regular sized muffin tins and save half the work. Thanks!

  2. Delicious! I made exactly as described in the recipe, except I could not find the Grands Jrs anywhere. I just split the regular Grands into 4 layers, then filled the mini muffin pan with the meat and cheese mixture and baked. It worked perfectly! I will definitely be making these again!

  3. I couldn’t find the smaller biscuits, so I had to buy regular grands. Should I just cut them into fourths and make them round?

    1. I have not, but it should work fine. Cut the crescent rolls into squares and place in the muffin pan and fill with the sausage mixture.

  4. Does anyone know how many this makes if you do the regular size muffin tin? And do you use the whole biscuit instead of half of you do that?

  5. Can’t seem to find the Grands Jr. Biscuits anywhere. I think the normal size may be too big. Wonder if pillsbury is still making them. . Curious to know if you’ve substituted Jrs. for anything else for this recipe?

  6. I’ve used this mixture but put it inside croissants to bake and they were delicious! I’ve also done that using ground beef.

  7. Hi! Looking forward to making this. Question tho. Can they be frozen? I tend to do a lot of make and freeze for later type things. (Even make my own tv dinners from left overs)

    Thanks

  8. Just made these this morning and they were delicious I couldn’t find junior grands, in fact I have never seen junior ones before. So I used flakey Grands split them in half, put them in a regular muffin pan, baked 15 minutes and they turned out perfect

  9. I was thinking of using eggs in this recipe. How can I mix them into the recipe? Also, would I cook them for the same time?

    1. What a great idea! But unfortunately, without further recipe testing, I cannot answer with certainty. As always, please use your best judgment regarding substitutions and modifications.

  10. So I bought regular sized grand flakey biscuits and used a regular muffin tin it made a total of 32 bigger in size but I'm going to assume just as yummy. Baked for the 12-15 mins and they are a hit! My boys love a warm savory breakfast during the colder months and these are going to be my quick and easy go to. Super easy to make and easy clean up which is always a plus!

  11. I couldn’t find Grands Jr flaky biscuits, so i had to get regular Grands. Would you half them and use one biscuit for two spots in the muffin tin or what do you think?

  12. I made these before and they were delicious! I made them again tonight but instead of sausage I used chopped rotisserie chicken and substituted Worcestershire with ranch dressing. I also added a little bit of bacon bits and a little garlic powder. They turned out awesome!

  13. If I use off brand biscuits regular size how many are in a roll? Basically how many mini muffins should I end up with??

  14. This has to be my most favorite recipe EVER! A co-worker made it, brought it in to work, and they ALL were gone in less than an hour (there's only about nine of us on that floor…oops!). It's now my go-to for any gathering. (I also enjoy making it for myself, freezing it and eating a few at a time for an easy no-fuss breakfast when I'm in a hurry.)

  15. We aren't crazy about creamed cheese could sour cream be used instead? Looking forward to making them for New Years Eve. Thanks for sharing.

  16. We made them today with regular sized bicuits and muffin tins, and ooooooh so good. It made exactly 20 full size ones!

  17. What is the calorie value? Of course I made them, but I'm trying to enter the recipe into the MyfitnessPal app and it's giving me a crazy value!!

    1. I don’t have the nutritional information. There are several websites online that you can plug the ingredients into and get it.

    1. I make them in the mini muffin pan and split the biscuits. You will just need to experiment with the regular pan and see what works best for you.

    1. I’ve never tried this using frozen biscuits. It will definitely change the recipe. You will have to experiment with the baking time. I know frozen biscuits take longer to bake.

  18. Awesome! Thank you so much for the quick response! We are making them for breakfast tomorrow morning! Have a blessed Thanksgiving!

    1. It is hard to pick because they are both so good. That being said, probably this one with the cream cheese. BUT you can’t go wrong with either one????

  19. In another of your recipes for Sausage Biscuit Bites, you dont cook the sausage first, you just mix and place in each biscuit cup.

    1. Could you use the same ingredients for this recipe, but not cook the sausage and follow the other recipe? Not sure if the cream cheese makes a different.

    1. Denise – I have not made these with puff pasty, so I can say for sure how they will turn out. If you give it a try, let us all know how it worked! Enjoy!

  20. Do you split the layers for the biscuits are the same circumference or do you split in half…? I am sure that I am over-thinking this!! I want to make them for Easter..sound YUMMY!!!

    1. split the layers so instead of one thick biscuit, you have two thinner biscuits. they will be round.

  21. I tried these just as you have given here and these turned out great. Everyone wanted more and there were NO leftovers….thanks for the great dish.

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