This bacon egg and cheese breakfast bundt cake tastes amazing and is so easy to make!! If you’ve never thought of making a bundt cake breakfast it is sure to be a hit during the holidays. A pretty way to present your favorite breakfast items and a great way to take breakfast on the go.
Ok, I’m a
little lot obsessed with my bundt pan and bundt cakes!! They’re so easy to make (I will show you what I mean below) and they aren’t always sweet, like this egg bacon and cheese breakfast bundt cake recipe. Doesn’t this sound fun, and a great addition to any brunch. Believe me, the kids will love it and anything cooked in a bundt pan just makes it look well…pretty! Serve right out of the oven on a trivet like you see below, or loosen the edges and flip it over to be served like above. (originally published 5/17)
Both ways look really nice.
- Do NOT overcook this as it will dry out.
The egg will continue to cook a bit in the pan so once it is lightly browned on the top take it out to cool.
It’s best to add as many add ins as possible like diced ham, bacon, even diced bell peppers would be good.
This is really all you need to make this bacon egg and cheese breakfast bundt cake
- Refrigerated biscuits
- Bacon – you could precook ground sausage too and use that
- Onion – I use a yellow onion
- Salt and Pepper – could add a bit of garlic salt too
- Bundt Pan
You can taste the crunch right?? Did you know you can make monkey bread right at home using cans of refrigerated biscuits??!! Whether you’re looking for a breakfast savory one like this, sweet version, or a really sweet version like our pumpkin caramel monkey bread that is great for dessert, I know you’ll love both.
You can really add in a lot of spices and bits like scallions and onions or leave it quite plain and just add the egg, cheese and bacon…which are the highlights to this savory breakfast bundt cake.
Serve along side some sausage links and it’s great for breakfast for dinner too!
If you love this easy breakfast bundt cake you must try this easy gingerbread pumpkin bundt cake we’ve made too!
Using a bundt pan is an easy way to really jazz up the way a recipe looks when it’s done. It’s simple, inexpensive, and makes an ordinary dish look pretty.
- We did this again with our bundt pan stuffing which looks much nicer than thrown in a bowl. 😉
Whether you make this for breakfast, as a side for brunch or try one of our sweeter versions for dessert it is one of our favorite treats!
Fun to serve because it looks pretty cool, and the pull apart feature is a huge win for kids for sure!
Let us know what you think when you make it, and here are a few more easy breakfast recipes you will love.
- If you want to make this in your Instant Pot quickly try our recipe for pressure cooker breakfast bundt cake
- Our apple monkey bread recipe is fantastic if you’re having a brunch and want something sweet with fresh fruit in it.
- Then when you’re done you should try our pressure cooker egg bites too for the ultimate morning!
Now if you have an Instant Pot you can make this pressure cooker breakfast bundt cake that tastes just like this one but in no time at all!
Here is a video showing you how we make this breakfast bread:
Here’s the printable recipe for breakfast bundt cake to follow.
Breakfast Bundt Cake
- 2 cans Grands Pillsbury Biscuits (or 2 cans regular if you want it less bready)
- 5 eggs
- 1 c bacon bits or crushed precooked bacon
- 2 c cheddar cheese shredded, sharp is great
- salt & pepper to taste
- 1/2 onion diced
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Cut each biscuit to 6 pcs. and put in a bowl.
- Whisk eggs and add salt pepper, and any diced onions or scallions if you so desire, pour over biscuits.
- Cook your bacon, crumble, then add to bowl with biscuits.
- Shred your cheese and add to bowl.
- Use a spoon or hands to gently mix the biscuits and items in mixture keeping pcs. of biscuits in tact.
- Spray inside of bundt pan WELL with non stick spray.
- Pour mixture into your pan and spread around the pan evenly.
- Bake for approx. 40 minutes or until a beautiful brown color is on the top. Cool before serving. Loosen sides well before flipping over so it slides out.
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