Old Bay Egg & Cheese Biscuits

January 23, 2016

Old Bay

It’s a blizzard outside! Since Winter Storm Jonas cleared out my entire day (besides wedding planning, of course), I wanted to make a delicious breakfast that reminded me of Maryland, and nothing says home like food made with Old Bay!

Ever since I moved to New York City, I’ve been really missing 2 things, biscuits and Old Bay. I mean, people here use Old Bay, but nobody quite uses it correctly. So last night I went out and grabbed some southern style biscuits and planned on making some Old Bay Egg & Cheese Biscuits. The Old Bay and spices warm you up on the inside and buttered biscuits are the definition of comfort food, perfect for a day in.

I hope you enjoy the recipe, let us know how you like it!


Old Bay


Yield Amount: 8 biscuits Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 16 minutes

Total Time: 21 minutes


1 roll (8) Pillsbury Grands Southern Style Biscuits
1 tbsp. unsalted butter
Old Bay seasoning (to taste – but don’t be stingy)
5 whole eggs
1 cup egg whites
3 tbsp. milk
1 tbsp. Ancho Chili powder
¾ cup Mexican Cheese Blend (or your cheese of choice)
Hot sauce (optional)



  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Lay the biscuits out on a baking sheet
  3. Top each biscuit with a sliver (~1/4 tsp) of unmelted butter
  4. Dust the biscuits with Old Bay seasoning (to taste)
  5. Place biscuits in oven and let bake for about 15 minutes (or until golden brown)


  1. Put skillet on medium heat. Condition with some olive oil to make sure it’s non-stick
  2. Put eggs, egg whites, and milk into a mixing bowl and whisk thoroughly
  3. Add ancho chili powder and whisk again
  4. Pour mixture into skillet and stir occasionally to scramble
  5. After about a minute of eggs being in skillet, sprinkle in cheese and continue to stir occasionally


  1. Once the biscuits and eggs are done, cut open your biscuits and put in the eggs
  2. Add a dash of hot sauce for an extra kick
  3. Take a picture, post it on Instagram, and tag @Pizza_and_Perrier
  4. Enjoy!