How to Host a Biscuit Bar

On 11 May, 2016 With 3 Comments

Want a fun and easy idea for a party or brunch? Host a biscuit bar!

How to host a biscuit bar | MohawkHomescapes.com | Karen Cooper | Dogs Don't Eat Pizza

I love meals like this, because everyone can make something that they will enjoy!

How to host a biscuit bar | MohawkHomescapes.com | Karen Cooper | Dogs Don't Eat Pizza

For our biscuit bar, I went with a more traditional breakfast spread. I served:

  • Biscuits, of course. To make this meal even easier, use store-bought biscuit dough.
  • Baked eggs (see recipe below)
  • Bacon
  • Turkey sausage
  • Deviled ham spread (or just slices of ham)
  • Pimiento cheese
  • Assorted jellies and jams. Our favorites are strawberry jam and orange marmalade.
  • Honey
  • Butter

A platter of fresh berries provides a sweet and healthy treat, as well as a pop of color on the table.

How to host a biscuit bar | MohawkHomescapes.com | Karen Cooper | Dogs Don't Eat Pizza

To make baked eggs, preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Grease the cups of a muffin tin with butter or cooking spray; do not use muffin tin liners for this recipe. Crack one egg into each cup of the muffin tin.

(Alternatively, if you prefer scrambled eggs or omelettes, you could whisk the eggs together first, then pour a ladle-full into each cup. You could even mix in herbs or cheese with the eggs before baking.)

Sprinkle each egg with a little salt and pepper. Bake for 15-17 minutes until the whites are set.

How to host a biscuit bar | MohawkHomescapes.com | Karen Cooper | Dogs Don't Eat Pizza

They end up the perfect size for a biscuit sandwich! Above, my son made a sausage and egg biscuit.

For a Southern twist, try pimiento cheese and bacon:

How to host a biscuit bar | MohawkHomescapes.com | Karen Cooper | Dogs Don't Eat Pizza

For a sweeter treat, try my favorite: butter and honey.

How to host a biscuit bar | MohawkHomescapes.com | Karen Cooper | Dogs Don't Eat Pizza

The combinations are endless! You could serve something more fancy, like smoked salmon and capers, or put a Mexican twist on the biscuits with salsa and cheese.

How to host a biscuit bar | MohawkHomescapes.com | Karen Cooper | Dogs Don't Eat Pizza

What would you add to your biscuit bar? Share in the comments!

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  1. Karen says:

    What a great idea for breakfast for a crowd! I’m going to try it this summer when family and friends visit. Something for everyone and easy to carry out to the deck or screen porch to enjoy the summer morning.

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