Broccoli Cheddar and Sausage Egg Muffin Pull-A-Parts

Good Thursday!! Hope everyone has had a great week so far. I’ve got a delicious recipe here to share with you all….

We had these fun little Egg Muffins for dinner last night as part of our breakfast dinner we do quite often. I wanted something savory along with the mini pancakes we were having and this turned out to be just perfect. So many great flavors going on, it was bound to be a winner. Kick up your taste buds with a little Cholulla hot sauce on the side for dipping. Next time you are doing a breakfast, brunch or even breakfast dinner I promise you won’t be disappointed in these bad boys. We all loved them over here and hope you will too! Enjoy.





Broccoli Cheddar and Sausage Egg Muffin Pull-A-Parts

6 Pillsbury Buttermilk biscuits (from can, 8 count)
Pinches of kosher salt and fresh cracked black pepper

1 Cup cooked broccoli florets, cut up into small pieces
1/2 Cup cooked sausage links, cut up

4 eggs
3 Tablespoons milk
Pinches of kosher salt and fresh cracked black pepper

1 Cup shredded cheddar cheese

Cholulla hot sauce

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Spray a texas size 6 Cup muffin tin with cooking spray. You’ll have 2 extra biscuits left over. Bake them separately if so desired. Cut each of the 6 biscuits into 8 triangles and place into each muffin tin. Lightly sprinkle each biscuit cup with salt and pepper.

2. Sprinkle broccoli and sausage evenly over each biscuit filled muffin cup.

3. Place eggs, milk, salt and pepper into a mixing bowl. Whisk until well combined. Pour evenly over each cup. With a fork make sure eggs get to the bottom and around each piece of biscuit. Top each with sprinkles of cheddar cheese and bake for 28-32 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean from center of biscuits and cheese is golden brown. Let cool for 5 minutes before removing from muffin cup. Remove and arrange onto serving plate. If you like it spicy serve with a nice hot sauce like Cholulla, it’s wonderful!! Pull them apart with your fingers or cut with a fork. Enjoy.

6 servings

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Have a wonderful rest of the week and weekend!! See you soon with that cookie recipe I promised.

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46 Responses
  1. Stacy

    I just love a recipe that is all inclusive! You get so much to offer in such a small package! This is a great one for sure! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Tonya Lynn

    This looks so amazing! Do you think that it would work with homemade biscuit batter? I'm trying to cut 'white' out of my diet and would love to try to make these with a whole wheat biscuit!

  3. Hi Tonya,
    I bet they’d work just fine with a homemade version biscuit. Let us know if you give it a whirl. Thanks for your comments everyone!!

  4. The Japanese Redneck

    Haven't had Cholula hot sauce. Don't remember seeing it around here. Will definately look for it though.

    Those muffins look so good. Great pictures. I've got a can of biscuits I was wondering what to do with.

    Ramona

  5. Laura

    You know, I've been wanting to try one of these new fangled breakfast casseroles. This looks great. Will definitely be trying these. Thanks!

  6. Keri

    Oh, I forgot to tell you that I left you an award on my blog. I'm loving your recipes and am so glad I found your blog!

  7. Ashleigh

    I love your blog! You recipes are both creative, practical, and easy. Thanks for some great ideas. I am going to make these for a bachelorette party (next morning breakfast) this weekend!

  8. Patsyk

    Oh, those look so good! I haven't done a breakfast dinner in awhile… may have to make that part of next week's meal plan! YUM!

  9. Jamie

    Jenny,

    These look wonderful! I love breakfast dishes for anytime of the day. I'm going to try these. I've never heard of that hot sauce, I'm sure any hot sauce would do? What a great food mind you have to come up with these wonderful recipes.

    Thanks for sharing.

  10. Liz - Meal Makeover Mom

    That's my kind of recipe. I think my kids would love this one. I haven't used the Pillsbury products much but have been meaning to try some. Thanks for the inspiration.
    You going to BlogHer? I wish I was … but too much going on here.

  11. Noor

    Oh I always make something similar to this but its just egg and a beef mixture, so good and great for brunch. Yours looks amazing as always.

  12. Live.Love.Eat

    Jenny, I love these more than any sweet thing out there and I want to make them but I'm confused on how you slice each biscuit into 8 triangles and put it into the muffin pan. I read it a few times but I'm missing something. Let me know if you could. Please reply to my email attached as I don't normally come back to check comments 🙂 Thanks!!!!

    1. Lauren

      These look so good and I’d love to try and make them..BUT, I’m in the same boat as Live.Love.Eat. I don’t get the 8 triangles thing. So I cut one biscuit into 8 little triangles and then layer them in the muffin tin so they form a little cup? Could i just flatten the biscuit out a bit and line the cup with it? Am I missing something? :-p Thanks!

  13. Live.Love.Eat

    Me again. Do you just stack the 8 triangles on top of each other and that's what makes them a pull a part. Aaah, did my light bulb just come on or what. Confirm though 🙂

  14. Somerville101

    It’s official. you have gone against all odds when it comes to normality in the baking world. i kneel at your feet, and praise you!! these are one of a kind!

  15. i made your sausage and broccoli breakfast,but with a little twist.i had asparagus and small greenbeans that i combined with a shallot and white gravy. i made puff pastry cups and layered the cooked sausage,eggs and cheese. The cap of the cup went back on and then the tasty white sausage gravy,YUMMY.Was just right with a little cholulla sauce.Thanks for the starter idea.

  16. Becky

    Wanted to let you know that I’ve now used this recipe a bunch of times and I love it–and people think I’m a culinary genius. The recipe works great exactly as written and it’s, of course, easy to make variations. Thanks!

  17. Hi! I’m about to make these. Question for anyone who’s made these: has anyone tried FREEZING them? I have a feeling it’s a bad idea (b/c of using the pre-made biscuits) but thought I’d ask!

  18. Teresa Tremble

    On the broccoli egg pull a parts, the recipe says to cut each of the 6 biscuits into 8 triangles. Do you roll each biscuit out first? Do you layer the triangles into each muffin cup?

    Thanks so much!

  19. mel

    Yah…i am lost about the 6 cut into 8 triangles too. Sounds like a good idea that i would like to try….but……

  20. Darcy

    These were really good. I didn’t have a Texas sized muffin pan so I used a regular one. I had to add a couple more eggs and used all of my biscuits which gave me 16 regular muffins. I would definitely make them again.

  21. Stephanie

    Hi Jenny. These look great and I can’t wait to try them myself! But I’m confused about cutting the biscuits into 8 triangles… What do you mean? And how should they be placed in the muffin tins?

  22. Connie

    do you bake the biscuit first or do you place the biscuit dough raw, before adding the rest of the ingredients; plz clarify?

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