If you need a quick and easy breakfast idea, look no further than these scrumptious Pillsbury biscuit recipes.
They’re warm, comforting, and ideal for families.
I love the simplicity of canned dough, and how they can bring the flavor and feeling of homestyle cooking to the table in a flash.
Whether you’ve got extra biscuits in your fridge or you’re looking for a treat to share with family and friends, I’ve got you covered!
From hearty chicken and dumplings to sugary empanadas, this list of Pillsbury biscuit recipes is filled with recipes you’ll come back to again, and again.
10 Incredible Recipes With Canned Biscuits
Sticky monkey bread is a classic way to use refrigerated biscuit dough.
This recipe however has a savory twist, making it ideal for a savory brunch recipe! As an ultimate finger food, these are a scrumptious, filling way to liven up simple biscuits.
Make these garlicky, buttery monkey bread bites in a muffin tin if you plan to serve them at a party.
As I’ve grown older, I’m always looking for different ways to use ground beef.
These unsloppy joes are a perfect pocket of flavor, and are always a family-friendly way to use beef!
Saucy meat packed into a flakey, buttery biscuit? Yes, please!
While traditional sloppy joes are short of veggies, don’t be scared to mix in carrots or finely chopped spinach for a more balanced meal.
Pillsbury biscuit dough is the perfect pepperoni pocket maker.
This recipe requires just a handful of ingredients and makes some fantastic party food.
We love the finger friendliness of these pepperoni rolls, and kids have such a fun time making their own. If you like your pizza with other toppings, don’t be shy.
These buttery biscuit rolls are also heavenly when dipped in marinara.
Looking back, I’m almost certain my childhood was built on a sturdy cheesecake foundation. In fact, it’s one of my all-time favorite creamy desserts.
These cherry cheesecake empanadas are ready in under 30 minutes and are so sweet and tasty.
Just mix up your filling and spoon it onto separated layers of canned biscuits. Then, press them together and bake!
If you’re not a fan of cherry, mix in any other fruit or pie filling you like. I love these with leftover cranberry sauce and apple pie filling for easy, creamy, winter empanada treats.
These pull-aparts are a lot like a combination of blueberry muffins and fluffy scones, but with a fraction of the mess!
The recipe calls for Pillsbury blueberry biscuits, but it is super simple to use regular buttery biscuits and mix in fresh or frozen blueberries yourself.
Better yet, berries of any kind are fantastic in these simple sweet treats.
If you are craving restaurant-quality bread to break with your friends and family, promise me you will make these cheesy knots.
Tying knots with refrigerated biscuit dough is so much easier than handmade dough.
These are ready to serve in just 15 minutes, and you probably have the ingredients already in your kitchen.
Call me midwestern, but I can’t resist a generous serving or two of chicken and dumplings.
This easy chicken and dumplings recipe from Grands is so thick and satisfying, and brings the heartwarming taste of homemade to the table in no time.
This creamy soup is fantastic on its own, but served with fried okra will make you feel like a southern bell.
Breakfast casseroles are the perfect brunch food and this dish really means business!
You’ll need just four easy ingredients: Pillsbury biscuits, sausage, eggs, and your favorite cheese.
The simplicity is unparalleled but feel free to add in extras to make this recipe your own!
Spinach or kale, broccoli or bell peppers, bacon, or even southern gravy are all fantastic ways to shake up this brunch special.
I’m sorry it took me so long to share this recipe with you, but here it is! Buttery broccoli cheese bombs.
And don’t worry, the vegetarian cheesy broccoli filling is so easy and scrumptious.
Wow the crowd at your next breakfast or brunch get-together with this tasty dish.
Picture this: crumbled bacon, cheese, egg, and green onion piled into a casserole dish. It’s comfort food at its finest.
Okay, enough daydreaming. Now it’s time to make this easy pull-apart breakfast!
While the recipe is prepared in a pan, feel free to make this in muffin tins. Just make sure to lower the time in the oven and pull them our when they’re golden brown.
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