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10 Things to Make with Canned Biscuits

There's so much you can do with refrigerated biscuit dough! From easy homemade apple Danish to cheesy ham pockets, get creative with these sweet and savory ideas.

Pepperoni Pizza Bake

"My three boys gave this a thumbs-up. The recipe was easy and quick. I used spaghetti sauce as it's what I had on hand, and it worked out great!"


Apple Cheese Danish

"What a wonderful, tasty recipe. It's easy, and when it comes out of the oven, it looks like it came from a pastry shop!"

-Chef #1056537

Cheese & Ham Pockets

"I really liked these! We dipped them in homemade honey mustard dressing. I can see using lots of other fillings or splitting the biscuits into two layers and making smaller, appetizer-size pockets."


Biscuit Taco Casserole

"This was great, and very easy! It's a good way to stretch a small amount of meat and get some veggies, too. I plan to try this with sausage in the future."


Easy Baked Donuts

"I left the biscuits whole and used a pastry bag to fill them with red raspberry jam. Definitely eat them while they're still warm!"

-Lynn in MA

Tex-Mex Breakfast Sausage Cups

"These are a great fix-ahead item for busy people. Freeze them and then microwave whenever you want pretty muffin cups to serve guests for breakfast!"

-Seasoned Cook

Biscuit Stuffing Pork Chops

"It's down-home, soul-soothing, belly-warming comfort food like you might find at a country restaurant. The pork chops were very tender. This is going to be a regular at our house!"

-Christmas Carol

Country Blueberry Coffee Cake

"This was incredibly good! The best part is the way the sugar and butter form a crunchy caramel layer on the bottom. We loved it!"

-~ Donna ~

Reuben Cabbage Bake

"This is a wonderful dish. It looks like a deep-dish pizza and tastes like a delicious corned beef sandwich from the deli. It's also easy to prepare. It's definitely a keeper!"

-Jane from Ohio

Pull-Apart Monkey Bread

"Fantastic! To make it even easier, put the cinnamon-sugar-nut mixture in a plastic bag, quarter the dough and toss the buttered dough quarters in the bag. It's less messy, and takes a lot less time."