Total Time
Prep 25 mins
Cook 20 mins

Don't know if these are posted or not but they are too good to pass up! This is a recipe my mother has made for years. Every time there is a household or bridal shower these are requested. We have even had to make these for wedding receptions and I make them for our schools graduation dinner. Last year I made 150 of these and they were gone within minutes.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Bake the biscuits on 350°F until just very light brown. Cool. Slice biscuits in half horizontally.
  2. Place slice of ham and cheese on each biscuit.
  3. In a glass bowl melt butter in microwave. Add in mustard. You have to stir up really well to get it incorporated.
  4. In 2 large baking pan (15x10-inch) place enough mustard/butter mixture to barely cover the bottom of pan(should use about 4 tbsp).
  5. Place biscuits in pan closely together.Spoon remaining butter/mustard on top of each biscuit. Use a teaspoons at a time. Continue until all this mixture has been used.
  6. Cover with foil and place in refrigerator for several hours (you can do this up to 24 hours in advance).
  7. Bake at 350°F (uncovered) until cheese has melted. Serve.
Most Helpful

Made these for my parents this morning and they absolutely loved them! The mustard gives them a special flavor. Will make again. made for Spring PAC,2011.

kellychris March 20, 2011

This is the best stuff I've ever eaten. I have many favorites but this is #1.

zo3198 October 28, 2008

I brought these to work at 7 AM today. By 7:05 I was asked for the recipe. These biscuits are super good! I used the Costco dinner rolls from their bakery (36 to a bag) so skipped direction #1. I also used Costco ham and Findlandia Swiss cheese. I didn't have yellow mustard so used spicy brown. I layered the ham between 2 slices of cheese so it would all hold together. I assembled it all the night before and just popped them in the oven for 10-15 minutes in the morning. These may be better with the flaky biscuits but I don't see how it is possible. I will be making these again for Christmas. Gotta go..another co-worker just asked for the recipe!

surus December 18, 2007