If you house is anything like mine, the morning time rush can get pretty crazy.  More often than I care to admit but we eat breakfast on the go and in the car.  I came across this great recipe on Pillsbury.com for a Breakfast Quiche to Go that seemed like a great option for those moments.  Our recipe ended up being completely different than the one on their site, but they were a great inspiration and we were really happy how it turned out!  This easy to follow recipe is easy for any little chef to do.


Here are the ingredients: 6 eggs, Turkey Sausage Crumbles, ¾ cup of Milk, 1 can of  refrigerated biscuits, ½ cup of cheese, salt & pepper.


Try opening your biscuits with a wooden spoon.

 #3_It may be hard

It may be hard at first… This is where you may need to step in and help

 #4_Open Biscuits

I’ve always loved to hear the “pop” of an open biscuit can…

 #5_Layout Biscuits & Separate in Half

Lay out the uncooked biscuits on a flat area.  Each biscuit will have a split in the middle.  Find the split and pull each biscuit apart.

 #7_You will only need 12 for muffin pan

One package of biscuits should make about 16 half biscuits. You should only need about 12 half biscuits for the muffin pan.  Use the extra for practice in case you mess a couple up.

 #8_Spread out each half biscuit

Use your fingers and gently spread and flatten each half biscuits but be careful…

 #9_Be careful because they can look like this

… not to spread to wide or it may look like this (this is when you can use the extra biscuits)

 #10_Place in muffin pan

Place each flattened half biscuit in the muffin pan so that it covers each hole an may spill out on the sides.  Once you have filled all the holes, place to the side.

 #11_Crack Eggs in Bowl

In a mixing bowl, crack your eggs.   You may need to help if your little chef hasn’t quite mastered the art of the egg.

 #12_Add Salt & Pepper

Then add Salt and Pepper to taste. 


Put a little salt and pepper in your little chef’s hand and let them sprinkle it in the dish.

 #13_And Milk

Pour in the milk

 #14_Then Beat Eggs

Then beat your eggs.  If you don’t have an egg beater, then a fork may help. I teach my little chef that “beating” eggs is more like chopping.  It made more sense to him.

 #15_Add Cheese to Egg Mixture

Then add cheese to you mixture.  For us, it was easier to mix in after the eggs were beaten.

 #16_Add Sausage to Bottom

Add you sausage crumbles to the bottom of the half biscuits in the muffin pan.  We liked “pre-crumbled, pre-cooked” turkey sausage as a short cut, but feel free to cook your favorite breakfast sausage and cut it up yourself.

 #17_Then Add Egg Mixture

Next, pour in your egg mixture

 #18_Put in Oven at 400 degrees

Place in the oven at 400 degrees and cook for 15-20 mins or until biscuits are golden brown.


My little chef was quite proud how the breakfast muffins turned out.


Yummmm!  Store and reheat in the microwave for your breakfast on the go!


Breakfast Muffins
This easy to follow recipe is perfect for breakfast on the go!
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  1. 8 oz turkey sausage, cooked, crumbled, drained
  2. 6 eggs, lightly beaten
  3. 3/4 cup milk
  4. 1 can of refrigerated biscuits
  5. 1/2 cup shredded cheese
  6. 1 tsp salt
  7. salt & pepper to taste
  1. • Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Spray muffin pan No-Stick Cooking Spray.
  2. • Separate each can of biscuit dough into 16 half biscuit circles. Press 1 half circle on bottom and up side of each muffin cup. Place sausage at bottom of muffin cups.
  3. • Mix eggs, milk, cheese, salt, and pepper in a bowl.
  4. • Fill muffin cups with egg mixture. Place in the oven at 400 degrees and cook for 15-20 mins or until biscuits are golden brown.
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  • Karimah

    Hi Toria–

    I love this recipe it is so quick and easy. I am on a veggie kick right now, so I might try this by adding a few fresh spinach leaves and herbs instead of turkey sausage to the egg mixture. Yum!

  • Katie @ Clarks Condensed

    I LOVEEEEE your blog! I just saw you had posted in Build Your Blog Conference, and I’m a huge proponent of having kids in the kitchen from an early age (my little two-year-old is always helping me.) Your son is darling. I can’t wait to read more and maybe to meet you at the conference. This recipe looks delicious!

    • Sous Chef Mommy

      Thanks so much! We have a lot of fun. Hope to meet you at BYBC!

  • Diana Johnson @ Eating Richly Even When You're Broke

    I love easy grab and go breakfasts like this!

    • Sous Chef Mommy

      Aren’t they the best!

  • Ros Emely @stressfreemommies

    Such an easy and delicious recipe my kids would love. Thank you for sharing.

    • Sous Chef Mommy

      So glad you liked it! Happy Cooking…

  • Amanda and Declan

    I was at the end of my rope trying to find food that my suddenly picky 13 month old will eat. Thank you for these recipes- a lifesaver for us! He was fast becoming a pasta-only eater, ugh. We love the breakfast muffins, eating one right now. 🙂 Again, thanks for sharing and keep up the good work, little chefs!

    • Sous Chef Mommy

      Your comment had totally made my day! I’m so delighted that you and your little one is enjoying this recipe. So motivating and inspiring to hear from you!

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Chef Julian has had a love for cooking since the age of 3. Now as the CEO and Head Kid Chef of The Step Stool Chef, he is focused on empowering kids to be leaders in the kitchen. Chef Julian has been featured on the covers of magazines, newspapers as well as made guest appearances on all major TV networks, conferences and food festivals and is known for his fun & easy approach to cooking.

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