This Breakfast Sandwich Biscuit Board is served with homemade biscuits for a make-your-own-sandwich, with meats, eggs, cheese, and fig spread. So good served on the Big Board, with sausage, fruit, and granola.

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Breakfast Sandwich Biscuit Board

Served on our new 26-inch cherry Big Board, set this Breakfast Sandwich Biscuit Board out for your next weekend or holiday brunch. Your guests will love not only the delicious food, but the effort and beautiful presentation.

pepper bacon on a plate

What is a Breakfast Sandwich Biscuit

This breakfast sandwich board (which uses my delicious Buttermilk Rosemary Sweet Potato Biscuits recipe– is a filling, cozy way to start a lazy Sunday morning. Your family or guests can make themselves a loaded breakfast sandwich, with sweet and savory filings like bacon, sausage, and hash browns. Grab our Honey Pepper Bacon recipe if you want to bake the best bacon (with little mess).

biscuit board

Let’s get started with these ingredients:

  • Meat: bacon and sausage patties (we love this Honey Pepper Bacon recipe)
  • Eggs: you can serve scrambled, baked, over-easy, or soft boiled
  • Fig jam: or use your favorite seasonal jam
  • Cheddar slices: optional to add your favorite cheese flavors
  • Yogurt: favorite flavors, for example Greek yogurt, fruit yogurts, vanilla yogurt, or even yogurt cups
  • Granola: grain-free, regular granola with nuts, seed granola
  • Candied toasted walnuts: for the season, add pecans, walnuts, hazelnuts, pistachios, or a combo
  • Blueberries + grapes: seasonal fruit for yogurt cups
  • Hash browns: buy premade at Trader Joe’s (or make your own)
  • Fresh fruit: figs, plums, apples, pears
  • Tomatoes: slice for the sandwiches
  • Chives (for the garnish on the eggs)
  • Buttermilk Sweet Potato Biscuits (print the recipe)

making a Breakfast Sandwich

Assemble the breakfast board

There’s no right or wrong way to assemble the board! Make it your own!

  1. Gather a large board with several plates and bowls.
  2. Make the sweet potato biscuits (or you can buy store-bought, or make ahead). Warm in the oven before serving.
  3. While the bacon is baking in the oven, scramble the eggs. 
  4. Place the eggs and bacon on one plate, and the sliced tomatoes and cheese on another plate and set on the board.
  5. Heat the hash browns.
  6. Assemble the remaining ingredients on the board for a “self serving” make-your-own biscuit-sandwich board.
  7. Optional to heat the biscuit sandwiches in the oven at 300 degrees to warm them up and melt the cheese, about 15 minutes.
  8. Once the sandwiches are made, simply arrange them on a sheet tray and bake until the cheese just begins to melt (Tip: use small skewers to mark whose sandwich is whose when baking).
  9. As the sandwiches bake, let your guests graze on the seasonal fruit, or make themselves a light yogurt bowl with crunchy nuts and granola.
  10. Sprinkle the eggs with fresh chives.
  11. Serve with fig jam.

Breakfast Sandwich Biscuit

How do you make a biscuit sandwich?

  1. Build the sandwich like this. First, slice open the biscuit and spread fig jam on one side (or both, depending on how sweet you like the sandwich).
  2. Next, add a hash brown pattie, followed  by a slice of cheese, scrambled eggs, bacon and sausage, and more eggs.
  3. Place the top of the biscuit on top of the sandwich. Squish together with your fingers. 
  4. Optional to pop in the oven to bake or heat in the microwave to melt the cheese more.

DIG IN!

ingredients for Breakfast Sandwich Biscuit

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Setting out The Big Board fosters connection, models hospitality, and creates meaningful table experiences. It’s fun, collaborative, and for the most part, you can easily pull it off ahead of time. All you need is a large board to get started!

Check out the 9 boards in 3 different colors over at The House of Hyacinth. The board in this post is the 26-inch Cherry (darker wood) Board. You can serve up to 12 guests with this board.

Breakfast Sandwich Biscuit Board

Tips and substitutions:

Plan on a leisurely breakfast or brunch with this board.

We recommend heating the sandwiches in the oven at 300 degrees or so to warm them up and melt the cheese, about 15 minutes.

Once the sandwiches are made, simply arrange them on a sheet tray and bake until the cheese just begins to melt (tip: use small skewers to mark whose sandwich is whose when baking).

As the sandwiches bake, let your guests graze on the seasonal fruit, or make themselves a light yogurt bowl with crunchy nuts and granola.

We love everything about this board, and I bet your guests will too.

Change out the bacon and sausage for ham or Canadian bacon (ham).

Add your favorite cheese slices to the board (like Pepper Jack, Swiss cheese, etc:)

Make your own granola! It’s easy and we love this Homemade Coconut Granola Recipe.

hash browns for biscuit sandwich

More breakfast boards to try:

Buttermilk Biscuits and Gravy Board

Deviled Egg Croissant Charcuterie Board

Croissant Breakfast Sandwich Board

Cake Pan Ham Cheese Sandwiches

Egg Frittata Sandwich Board (everything at Trader Joe’s)

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Breakfast Sandwich Biscuit Board

Made on NEW CHERRY WOOD 26-inch big board. Served with Sweet Potato Buttermilk Biscuits.
Preptime: 30 minutes plus any baking time if not using pre-made biscuits, and cooking the bacon and sausage if not pre-cookedWe recommend heating the sandwiches in the oven at 300 degrees or so to warm them up and melt the cheese, about 15 minutes.
Once the sandwiches are made, simply arrange them on a sheet tray and bake until the cheese just begins to melt (tip: use small skewers to mark whose sandwich is whose when baking).
As the sandwiches bake, let your guests graze on the seasonal fruit, or make themselves a light yogurt bowl with crunchy nuts and granola.
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Yield: 6
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Ingredients
 

  • 6 servings bacon
  • 6 sausage patties
  • 6 eggs, garnished with chives
  • Fig jam
  • 6 sharp cheddar slices
  • 4-6 servings yogurt
  • 4-6 servings granola
  • ¾ c candied toasted walnuts
  • 1 c blueberries
  • 6 hashbrowns
  • Grapes
  • 8-10 figs, sliced
  • 2-3 plums, sliced
  • Apple, sliced
  • 2-3 tomatoes, sliced

Instructions
 

  • Gather a large board with several plates and bowls.
  • Make the sweet potato biscuits (or you can buy store-bought, or make ahead). Warm in the oven before serving.
  • While the bacon is baking in the oven, scramble the eggs, and cook the sausage.
  • Place the eggs and bacon on one plate, and the sliced tomatoes and cheese on another plate and set on the board.
  • Heat the hash browns.
  • Assemble the remaining ingredients on the board for a "self serving" make-your-own biscuit-sandwich board.
  • Optional to heat the biscuit sandwiches in the oven at 300 degrees to warm them up and melt the cheese, about 15 minutes.
  • Once the sandwiches are made, simply arrange them on a sheet tray and bake until the cheese just begins to melt (tip: use small skewers to mark whose sandwich is whose when baking).
  • As the sandwiches bake, let your guests graze on the seasonal fruit, or make themselves a light yogurt bowl with crunchy nuts and granola.
  • Sprinkle the eggs with fresh chives.
  • Serve with fig jam.

How do you make a biscuit sandwich?

  • Build the sandwich like this. First, slice open the biscuit and spread fig jam on one side (or both, depending on how sweet you like the sandwich).
    Next, add a hash brown pattie, followed  by a slice of cheese, scrambled eggs, bacon and sausage, and more eggs.
    Place the top of the biscuit on top of the sandwich. Squish together with your fingers. 
    Optional to pop in the oven to bake or heat in the microwave to melt the cheese more. DIG IN!
Cuisine: American
Course: Breakfast
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breakfast biscuit board