5 Things To Make With Biscuit Dough

Hello my biscuit loving people!
 If you love biscuits like I do then let me open this magical door of possibilities. Biscuit dough is perfect and can be used in so many recipes. I even use it on my Chicken and Biscuit Pot Pie. Its soooo good, and that's just the beginning!  Not only can you slather them in sausage gravy but you can make sandwiches, hot pockets, hand pies, pizza, cinnamon rolls and even fry it. I'm getting a heart attack just thinking about it but its so worth it. Now run to the store and get a few cans of biscuit dough and let me show you a few things you can make.

 First is PIZZA! This is a very kid friendly dinner idea and its so fun to let your kids customize their own pizza.  

Just flour and roll out the dough with a drinking glass then add a spoon full of sauce and your favorite pizza toppings. Bake @ 375 degrees for 10-15 minutes.


Next is a breakfast hot pocket. So yummy and easy to eat on the go if you're late for school or work.

 Flour and roll out the dough. I scrambled up some eggs quick and added it to my biscuit dough with cheese and bacon bits. Then fold it over and crimp edges with a fork.

 Bake @ 375 for 10-15 minutes.


Doughnuts! Did you even know that you can fry these bad boys. OMG! These are best eaten when still warm but they ususally dont last long enough to get cold.

Use a water bottle to cut out your doughnut hole and fry in hot oil for 2-3 minutes per side or until golden brown. 

Drain on paper towels and add your favorite glaze. I like you use store bough cream cheese frosting and warm it in the microwave and dip in my doughnut. So Good!


 Hot ham and cheese sandwiches. So good and you pretty much make it just like the breakfast hot pocket but add your fillings of choice. 

 This is a yummy lunch and use your favorite sandwich fillings or if I dare, Pie Filling. 😈


  Last but not least are cinnamon rolls. Biscuit dough is perfect for cinnamon rolls because of the buttery dough its a match made in heaven. Make a cinnamon smear which is 1/4 cup brown sugar, 1/4 cup melted butter and 1 teaspoon cinnamon. 

 Roll out the dough and smear on the cinnamon mixture.

Then roll up the dough and bend around. Just think your rolling up a rug then spiral the log around. Make sense? Bake these seam side up in a pan touching each other. If they are touching they help hold each other together, for emotional support lol. Bake @ 375 for 15-20 minutes. Then take that same cream cheese frosting from before and drizzle.  

 I hope you try out these ideas for future breakfast, lunch or dinners. There are no end to the possibilities 😍 and let me know what things you like to make with biscuits.

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