Cheesy Bacon Biscuit Pull-Aparts

These Cheesy Bacon Biscuit Pull-Aparts are a simple biscuit recipe that will have all of your guests raving! They’re packed with bacon, butter and cheese, and they’re everything you didn’t know you needed in a biscuit.biscuit recipe

Cheesy Bacon Biscuits

This simple biscuit recipe has been one of our very favorites to make since 2011. We enjoy whipping it up on the weekends, when entertaining family and friends. This biscuit recipe works great for breakfast and even dinner recipes…Italian meals such as spaghetti and lasagna. See my homemade biscuit recipe for more inspiration.

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I loved these in a rustic cast iron skillet, but if you do not have one, a small 8×8-inch baking dish would work too. Hope you will enjoy, bake some up today, you’ll be glad you did 🙂

How To Make The Best Biscuits

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Unroll your canned biscuits, watch out for that Pop!

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Fresh Mozzarella is preferred here, but feel free to use shredded Mozzarella if needed.

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I used the microwave bacon for a quick fix, but feel free to crisp your own bacon too.

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Add shredded cheddar cheese over the bacon.

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Bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes until cooked and cheeses melted.

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Let cool for 5 minutes and remove from skillet. Enjoy!

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Cheesy Bacon Biscuit Pull-Aparts

These Cheesy Bacon Biscuit Pull-Aparts are a simple biscuit recipe that will have all of your guests raving! They're packed with bacon, butter and cheese, and they're everything you didn't know you needed in a biscuit.
Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: American
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Total Time 25 mins
Servings: 8 servings
Calories: 150kcal
Author: Jenny
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  • Oven


  • 2 tablespoons melted butter
  • One roll refrigerated biscuit dough 8 count
  • 6 thin slices fresh mozzarella 1/4-inch thick
  • 1 cup Smithfield cooked crumbled bacon
  • 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. and brush a 9-inch cast iron skillet with melted butter.
  • Unroll biscuits from can and place into bottom of skillet. Top with slices of mozzarella cheese, bacon crumbles then shredded cheddar. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes, until cheese is melted and biscuits are cooked through. Serve warm.


Calories: 150kcal | Protein: 8g | Fat: 12g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Cholesterol: 36mg | Sodium: 359mg | Potassium: 85mg | Vitamin A: 230IU | Calcium: 107mg | Iron: 0.2mg
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  2. Sandra ("SanDee") Skelton

    Can a copper pan be used? I do not have cast iron skillet.
    Would it work in a Pyrex baking dish?

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  6. Jennifer

    I made it for brunch and my job. It was a huge hit. I served it with country style gravey and they loved it.

  7. Katie Van Leuven

    I just made these for breakfast with some fruit. Very Yummy. I have been thinking about them since I bought the ingredients and have told friends about them. Was worried by the time I made them they would not live up to the hype. I was not disappointed.

  8. Karen

    I’m wondering how these are if baked the night before and warmed. I would like to take them to a potluck brunch but will be unable to bake them in the morning.

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  10. Sharon Moore

    I see you are a person of great taste. Not only in your food, but in your cutlery as well. I know Cutco when I see it!! I have had mine for over 30 years! Thanks for the great recipe!

  11. grandmaboo11125

    Looks like a great recipe. Thank you! However, I will not use Smithville because of the way they treated Paula and the fact that they have moved out of the USA!

  12. Rebekah

    I am definitely going to try these with homemade biscuits. I will post how they tasted when I do! I cannot wait!!!!

  13. Mandy

    Well maybe it was my oven but this recipe did not work very well. After 20 minutes, the biscuits were still mostly dough except around the very edges. I had to increase the temp to 400 and then bake for an additional 15 minutes to get them done in the middle. Then the whole thing was burned around the edge. We ate the middle and that we pretty good. I have no idea what happened but I think if I try this again, I’ll bake the biscuits a bit befor adding the cheese. It seems the biscuits were almost insulated by the cheese and couldn’t get done. Great flavors, though.

  14. Sherri Long

    This is an incredible and easy dish. I really enjoyed it. I had a can of Grands Jrs. so I used that. Made a side of scrambled eggs and my breakfast was complete. Will definitely make this again

  15. Debbie

    These were absolutely, crazy delicious. I substituted 4 Bob Evans Sausages for the bacon. My Dad and Husband ate 1/2 the pan.

    Thanks for posting this great recipe.


  16. Gail Harlan

    Read the ingredient list on the label. Simply Buttermilk biscuits are NOT trans fat free…they contain hydrogenated oil…that is a trans fat. They don’t have to list trans fats if they are a small amount…so they just reduce the serving size. Don’t be fooled.

  17. Carrie

    How would you do the eggs? scramble 1st or pour them onto the bacon and then cheese? That would make a easy breakfast for school mornings.

  18. Nicole in RI

    These look great! I’m going to try making them with pepperoni pieces instead of bacon, though, just for a switch up. Thanks for the idear!

  19. Cindy

    Silly question but I’m gonna ask anyway…do I HAVE to use a cast iron skillet or is there something else that I can use?


  20. Karen

    I made these because what is better than biscuits, bacon and cheese? They were very good! I topped half of them with some chives just for a little more tastiness.

  21. teammckown

    Hi! I saw this on pinterest a few weeks ago and pinned it immediately. So as I’ve been planning our Christmas menu, I remembered your yummy recipe! It is now our Xmas morning dish! Thank you for sharing!

    1. Susan

      Hi, did you ever get an answer to this question? I know it was a long time ago! Wondering if I can use a 9×13.Thanks!

  22. I found this recipe on FoodGawker today and FELL IN LOVE! I immediately made these and now I think I’m a little obsessed with your website. Love the creative ideas, and simple too! I might be back for more recipes now too!

      1. brandy

        I’m new to all this and was not sure how to comment so I have to reply…LOL We tried this last night and it was delicious! Next time I make it we are going to add some sauteed onions and peppers before baking. Thanks for this!!

  23. Just have to say I’ve made these twice already. The first with croissants and this last time with the Rustic french bread from Pillsbury. We also used breakfast sausage. Ooo-la-la, these are our new favorite dishes.

  24. Sound great! I made a Creme Brulee French Toast Casserole with Drunken Strawberries this morning for my blog post. It was delish…but now I could go for this…more savory, salty (bacon) flavored treat! yumm!

    1. Julie

      What…? Do you have a competition going? You have referred to your “own blog” more than once, which I find mildly irritating.

  25. Jenny, these look amazing! I think my Bible study girls would love these – do they need to be eaten immedietaly? Also curious if you think this recipe could be made in a bunt pan like monkey bread? Love your site. 🙂

  26. Again, these looks awesome! I just posted a quick healthy cheese stuff breakfast sandwich with real cheese/bacon on my blog a few days ago, (we are TRYING to be healthy and lose a few lbs since my cooking has totally caused some weight gain as of late) and then I see this. I could totally eat like five of these right now.

  27. Christine M.

    Hi, love your site! thank you! Question, would bacon bits from a jar (like the ones for salads) would work here?

  28. Oh Dear Lord I should never have logged onto your site when I’m this hungry! Now there’s no way I’m heading for the vegetable drawer 🙂 Can’t wait to make these for my husband, he’ll seriously jump for joy.

  29. Gosh these look amazing! I’m also all over anything with cheese and bacon. My question is therefore probably pretty funny but, regardless, does the Simply line have trans fat? The regular line does and so I don’t tend to buy it. Thanks!

  30. Abbey

    my mom made something just like this when I was growing up but she also put scrambled eggs on them too! so so good, the photos are making me hungry!

    1. Hi Jen,
      You are absolutely right, I meant to say a block of mozzarella however fresh would be incredible here too!! Thanks for catching this 🙂

      1. Jolynn

        I totally used fresh mozzarella, but I honestly think that shredded would work much better. These are absolutely amazing.

  31. My husband would go ga-ga for these! This is totally his kind of food.

    I prefer to stick to any of your cookies stuffed with something amazing in the middle, i.e. oreos, pb cups, etc. 🙂 That’s more my speed. What can i say, desserts rule my world!

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