The Ultimate Breakfast Nachos

January 17, 2024



The Ultimate Breakfast Nachos

Breakfast Nachos are the ultimate comfort food! With this version they are taken up a notch. Crispy cheese and biscuit in waffle form makes the perfect platform to carry all of those breakfast toppings safely to your mouth while adding a ton of flavor! These are absolutely perfect if having people over, sometimes we even serve them for dinner gatherings!
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Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 45 minutes
Servings: 8


  • 3 tubes flaky layer biscuits not Grands, reg sized. Come with 5 per tube.
  • 1 lb bacon
  • 1 lb breakfast sausage
  • 8 oz cubed ham
  • 16 oz shredded cheese for the crispy waffle biscuits
  • bacon grease
  • All purpose seasoning
  • 20 oz shredded hashbrowns
  • potato slayer seasoning optional
  • 12 oz arbors cheese dip
  • 8 large eggs
  • maple syrup to drizzle
  • 1/3 cup AP flour for roux, may take a little less or more depending on how much bacon grease.
  • 4 cups milk for gravy


  • Season sausage, cook through and set aside.
  • add bacon grease to pan and cook ham long enough to add a little color then set aside.
  • In a separate pan, cut up and begin cooking bacon.
  • Once ham is removed, add a little more bacon grease and cook hash browns seasoning with Potato slayer or salt/pepper.
  • While those are cooking, heat mini waffle maker. Add shredded cheese to bottom and then a couple layers of biscuit followed by more cheese. Cook around 5 min until cheese is crispy.
  • Once hash browns are done add oil or butter and scramble eggs. Meanwhile remove 3/4 of bacon once cooked through. Add flour and stir to create roux.
  • Season gravy with salt/pepper or more All purpose seasoning.
  • Slowly add milk while continuing to stir until gravy nis desired consistency.
  • Begin to construct with Waffles first, then add cheese sauce. Top with sausage, bacon, ham, and eggs. Drizzle syrup on and then top with gravy.
  • Enjoy!



This is easier to cook on a griddle bc it saves time.  If cooking in pans as I did I would set my oven to 170 and place ingredients in an oven safe dish to stay warm until everything is complete.  If you don't have a mini waffle maker a regular sized should do fine.  Just place more in each mold and cut them apart if need be.  This isn't really a recipe per say more than just instructions for a delicious breakfast treat!  Don't complicate it,  feel free to change it up however you like!

1 Comment

  1. Shannon G

    This recipe is absolutely a must try


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