Savory Biscuit Bites

"I found this also in my 5 ingredient TOH book. I haven't tried these yet, but you can bet that I'm going to. So easy. Pressed for time this would be perfect for a dinner bread."
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Ready In:
40 pieces




  • In a bowl, combine butter, cheese, onion and parsley.
  • Cut bisuits in quarters; roll in butter mixture.
  • Place in a greased 15x10x1 inch baking pan; let stand for 25 minute
  • Bake at 400 degree oven for 8 minute or until lightly browned.

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  1. Cookingwithpassion
    I liked these a lot. The addition of dried onion flakes was a good idea. I think next time I will add finely chopped green onions or leeks to the mix. It still needed a little bit of something else. Great base though, really versatile.
  2. winkki
    These were quick to make and popular with the kids. I didn't have parsley flakes on hand so subbed a mixture of garlic powder, oregano and thyme. I was also a bit concerned about a tablespoon of dried onion and cut it back to a teaspoon, which was plenty. I used two small (7.5 oz) tubes of biscuits so also upped the mixture quantity by just a bit, holding the proportions the same. It was a wee bit tedious rolling the biscuit quarters so I ended up cutting them into the baking pan, pouring the butter/cheese sauce over, and mixing well. We served them with vegetable soup - some of the kids ate them on the side and some of them floated them like dumplings on the soup. :o) I love the quick fix-up for a budget item; it definitely kicked the lowly biscuit up a notch. Thanks so much for posting!


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