Venison Breakfast Biscuits

Venison Breakfast Biscuit

This biscuit is loaded with all of your favorite breakfast foods. It has venison sausage, eggs, hash browns fried with onions and topped with cheddar cheese. YUM! 

This is the perfect biscuit! It’s a meal within itself. If you’re in a hurry, you can wrap these babies up in paper towels and take them with you in the car. If you’re going on an all-day hunt, wrap them in foil and keep them in a cooler or thermal bag and when you get hungry you’ll have a nice warm meal.

I had a really hard time thinking up a good name for these biscuits–as you can tell the name I decided on is nothing fancy, but it does, however, describe itself. I’m never good naming my recipes! My son’s call them, “The biscuits with all that stuff on them” and I just didn’t think that would be a good name 🙂

I fix Venison Breakfast Biscuits for dinner way more often than I have for breakfast. Who doesn’t love breakfast for dinner? Lord knows I do! It’s one of my favorite dinners!

Whatever time you decide to make them, I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

Feel free to print our recipe card:

Venison Breakfast Biscuits

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 25 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutes

Yield: 10 Biscuits

Serving Size: 1 Biscuit

Calories per serving: 646

Fat per serving: 28 g

Venison Breakfast Biscuits


  • Venison breakfast sausage, ground
  • 10 Mary B's Biscuits, Jumbo, Frozen
  • 10 large eggs
  • 15 oz. Ore-Ida Shredded Hash Brown Potatoes
  • 1 large yellow onion, diced
  • 10 slices of deli style mild cheddar cheese


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 F and bake the biscuits as directed.
  2. While waiting on the biscuits, fry the venison sausage in a skillet heated to medium-high until done, which should only be about 7 minutes.
  3. In another skillet, fry or scramble the eggs and sit aside for later.
  4. Now, fry the hash browns until done, adding diced onions during last few minutes.
  5. Once the hash browns and onions are done, separate them into small squares and place a piece of cheese on top to melt.
  6. Using a knife, split the biscuit in half and place sausage, eggs, then the hash brown, onions and cheese on the bottom half and then add the biscuit top.

One little tip–when I use fried eggs for the biscuits I like to fry them over medium–over easy or poached tend to cause a big mess when you bite into it, which is really ok because then you can take your biscuit and sop up the yoke.

Ooh, aah! Look how delicious… 

This one has a fried egg. I stuck a knife in it to help bust the yoke so when I take a bite I don’t have egg yolk running down my chin.

Venison Breakfast Biscuit with fried egg

These biscuits are just as delicious with scrambled eggs, but fried eggs are my favorite. 

Venison Breakfast Biscuit with scrambled eggs

The good, the bad and the delicious…

  • Venison Breakfast Biscuits is high in protein and calcium.
  • It’s also high in many other things, such as calories, fat, cholesterol, sodium, and carbs.

See my tips below for making this a more diet-friendly recipe. 

Venison Breakfast Biscuits Nutrition Facts

 Serves: 10  Serving: 1 Venison Breakfast Biscuit
Calories 646  Calories from fat: 39
  Daily Value*
Total Fat 28 g  43%
 Saturated Fat 10 g  48%
 Monounsaturated Fat 2 g
 Polyunsaturated Fat 1 g
 Trans Fat 5 g
Cholesterol 206 mg  69%
Sodium 1614 mg  67%
Potassium 281 mg  8%
Total Carbohydrates 54 g  18%
 Dietary Fiber 3 g  10%
 Sugars 4 g
Protein 40 g  80%
Calcium 24% Vitamin A 11%
Iron 15% Vitamin C 4%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA, but were calculated by MyFitnessPal, Inc. by Under Armour, Inc. 

To make this recipe more diet-friendly…

  • Ok, let’s face it–anything with a biscuit is going to be high in calories, fat, cholesterol, sodium, and carbs. Therefore, this recipe is going to be very hard to change in order to make it healthier, but it’s not impossible.
  • To help lower the cholesterol, fat, and sodium you could omit the egg or use an egg-substitute. You can also use low sodium and low-fat cheese or omit it.
  • To help lower the carbs look for a healthier biscuit or make your own. Homemade biscuits will always be healthier–anything prepackaged will be higher in everything that’s bad for you. Check out our  Venison Sausage Gravy and Biscuits recipe, where I give very detailed biscuit making instructions. 
  • Whatever changes you make to your Venison Breakfast Biscuits, you can recalculate the nutrition facts at

Bon Appétit


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