Keto Stuffed Breakfast Biscuits

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Our keto sausage biscuits are going to get the whole family out of bed in the morning.  Fathead dough with melty cheese and breakfast sausage. Perfect for those who are not a fan of eggs! Freeze and eat all week. This is the best keto breakfast idea for those quick on the go options to satisfy your hunger. 

keto sausage biscuits

Keto Sausage Biscuits

Stuffed with Sausage and Cheese

TIRED OF EGG FOR BREAKFAST ON KETO? HERE YOU GO!

This recipe is made with a version of fathead dough. I am sure you have heard of it! If you haven't, it is a low carb and keto friendly, gluten free version of dough that works great for pizza, roll, bread and of course biscuits! Fathead dough uses melted mozzarella cheese as the "gluten" to hold the dough together. The flour is typically almond or coconut.

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Fathead Dough Biscuits

If you are craving a breakfast sandwich, you have to try these keto sausage biscuits-  Fathead dough biscuits that are stuffed with breakfast sausage and cheese! These are a hearty breakfast option, and perfect for those who want to skip eggs!

Is Fathead Dough Gluten Free 

The Fathead dough is gluten-free and made with almond flour! They are keto and low carb approved!  These stuffed biscuits are great to make ahead of time, and then grab and go when you are in a rush!  I try to keep on hand often because life can get hectic, and I want to have good breakfast options for myself and family!
 

Variations to This Easy Breakfast Idea

Now if you want to change things up, you can add in other ingredients into the filling to fit your taste. You could toss in some fresh veggies like peppers, mushrooms, diced tomatoes. It only makes these biscuits even tastier! I prefer the classic sausage and cheese pairing, but you can always adjust it to fit exactly what you and your family prefer.
 
keto sausage biscuits
 
One thing that most people who follow a keto or low carb diet find is giving up bread, rolls, biscuits.  I know as a bread lover it is something that can be hard to give up. But with the Fathead dough, this makes for a great alternative and gives you that biscuit flavor and texture your might be craving!
 
Fathead dough can be used for making pizza crust, soft dinner rolls, and more. If you live a keto or low carb lifestyle and haven't tried any of the Fathead dough recipes, I highly recommend you do.

Here is how to make our keto sausage biscuits!

Note- you will have fathead dough (check out my keto fathead rolls recipe) leftover. Also, the amount of dough used by each person to wrap around the sausage will vary so much that I can only give an estimated nutrition count.  Per stuffed biscuit- 250c , 20f, 12p, 2 net carbs. 

Makes 6 stuffed keto breakfast biscuits

Ingredients

  • 2 ounces cream cheese
  • 2 cups mozzarella, shredded
  • 2 eggs, beaten
  • 1 cup almond flour
  • pinch salt & pepper
  • 2 ounces colby jack cheese, thin cubes (or your choice of cheese)
  • 6 breakfast sausage patties, pre-cooked

keto sausage biscuits

Instructions

Preheat the oven to 400.

In a microwave safe bowl, add cream cheese and mozzarella. Microwave for 30 seconds at a time until cream cheese is very soft and mozzarella starts to melt. Mix well!  And by mix well I mean, stir stir stir!  You want this really combined.

In a small separate bowl, combine beaten egg and almond flour.  Add cheese mixture and mix well, again, REALLY well.

Dough may be sticky, this is ok. Dust it with additional almond flour and form into a ball. Place on plastic wrap and refrigerate until firm.

Cut into sections to form 6  3" balls, depending on the size of the sausage.

keto sausage biscuits

Flatten dough balls, place sausage on the dough, then cheese and wrap dough around.

Put the stuffed dough into a greased muffin tin.

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Bake for 12-15 minutes or until golden and set. Top with more mozzarella if desired.

keto sausage biscuits

Can You Freeze Keto Biscuits

Make more to have all week!  This freeze really well.  Remove from the freezer and microwave for about 1 minute. Instant breakfast. These will store in the freezer for up to three months. Just place in an airtight container or freezer container. 

If you want you can thaw in the fridge the night before you plan to heat it up if you want. Or heat straight from the freezer. 

keto sausage biscuits

For another yummy fathead dough recipe, try our Fathead Grilled Chicken Pizza !

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Can I Use Bacon Instead of Sausage 

Yes, of course. You could use bacon, ham, Canadian bacon and more. Just make sure whatever meat you use is fully cooked before you stuff it in the biscuit dough. 

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What To Serve With Your Sausage Stuffed Biscuits 

Keto breakfast biscuits pairings- You could do a bowl of fresh fruit, fat bomb, and more. Or you can count this as a meal in one. It is totally up to you! 

Every heard of fathead bagels?  Here is our favorite recipe from Low Carb Maven 

keto breakfast biscuits

Yield: 6

Keto Breakfast Biscuits Stuffed with Sausage and Cheese

keto breakfast biscuits recipe

The popular fathead dough is back!  Wrapped around sausage and cheese, they are a breakfast sure to please.  

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 ounces cream cheese
  • 2 cups mozzarella, shredded
  • 2 eggs, beaten
  • 1 cup almond flour
  • pinch salt & pepper
  • 2 ounces colby jack cheese, thin cubes (or your choice of cheese)
  • 6 breakfast sausage patties

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 400.
  2. In a microwave safe bowl, add cream cheese and mozzarella.
  3. Microwave for 30 seconds at a time until cream cheese is very soft and mozzarella starts to melt.
  4. Mix well! And by mix well I mean, stir stir stir! You want this really combined.
  5. In a small separate bowl, combine beaten egg and almond flour. Add cheese mixture and mix well, again, REALLY well.
  6. Dough may be sticky, this is ok. Dust it with additional almond flour and form into a ball. Place on plastic wrap and refrigerate until firm.
  7. Cut into sections to form 6 3" balls, depending on the size of the sausage.
  8. Flatten dough balls, place sausage on the dough, then cheese and wrap dough around.
  9. Put the stuffed dough into a greased muffin tin.
  10. Bake for 12-15 minutes or until golden and set. Top with more mozzarella if desired.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

6

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 320

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31 thoughts on “Keto Stuffed Breakfast Biscuits”

  1. I made these once for my daughter while doing a 5 day fast...never made it past day four. They smelled so good! I ate two!
    Made them several times since. I tried a new addition one with Canadian bacon and cheese (some how I ended up with one less sausage, hmmm?.Plus added a tablespoon of ground flax seed and 1/2 Tsp of xantham gum to make the dough a little easier to work with can’t wait to try them in the morning! But I love the recipe just the way it is!

  2. I made these last week. During all the stirring I thought I wouldn't make again. Then they were ready! Yum.
    This morning I was out of sausage so I put 4 blueberries in each and topped with a dot of cream cheese. Thinking, blueberry cheese cake flavor. Well they were very good but I didn't realized the cream cheese wouldn't melt down into it. Hoping some of wonderful cooks can tell me I should cream the cheese and blueberries together first? Thank you for your help and thank you for this wonderful recipe!

    • I would make sure the cream cheese is softened, mix it really well so it is nice and creamy, maybe add a little lemon juice to it. Get it to "dip" consistency almost, add a touch of sweetener and then your blueberries! That could help. Let us know! 🙂

  3. Delicious! Made them for the first time this weekend and I'm hooked! My hubby even liked them and he isn't a fan of cheese so that says a lot. (How is it even possible to not love cheese??? I will never understand. Lol) Thanks for the recipe!

  4. Anyone try adding scrambled eggs along with sausage? Just wondering before I give it a shot.

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