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Stuffed Bacon and Cheese Biscuits


Cheese is one of my weak points. The more cheese there is, the better it is. These stuffed bacon and cheese biscuits that I made are ridiculously mouthwatering. Only need only basic components! This is one dish that is sure to be a hit! Unquestionably destined to become a fast favorite!

“STUFFED BACON AND CHEESE BISCUITS” make for an amazing breakfast or brunch. When you serve these buttery, crumbly biscuits that are stuffed with cheese and bacon, both your family and your visitors will be blown away. They are also fantastic for making snacks, exactly like crescent rolls stuffed with crab and cheese.

Since the cream cheese biscuits alone are so substantial and tasty, the remainder of the dinner can be kept quite simple. As part of a simple Continental breakfast, serve them drinks such as coffee, tea, and juice. Alternately, if you want to go all out and make it a full dinner, serve it with scrambled eggs and a fruit salad made with fresh fruit.



Crescent rolls, you’ll need two cans.
Cheese; use whatever type you have.
A 16-oz Pkg.Of bacon – cooked.
For dusting, I used flour.



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1st Step – Turn your oven’s temperature up to 375 degrees. Prepare a baking sheet by spraying it with cooking spray that prevents sticking. Sprinkle some flour over the surface of your workspace.

2nd Step – On your work surface, unroll 1 can of crescent rolls; You can use your hands or a rolling pin to press the seams together, and then press and stretch the fabric slightly so that it forms a lovely rectangle.

3rd Step – Sprinkle some cheese on top, then sprinkle some bacon on top of that.

4th Step – On top, unroll the last crescent roll can, and then press all of the seams together, both on top and all around the dish.

5th Step – I recommend using a pizza cutter, but you may just use a knife to cut it into squares.

6th Step – Place the squares in such a way that they are touching one another on a baking sheet.

7th Step – Bake the crescent rolls for 12 to 15 minutes, or until the tops are just beginning to turn golden brown. Take out of the oven and let cool for three to five minutes on a wire rack.


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