Combine cherry pie filling and cream cheese to make the perfect holiday danish. It’s easy to shape into a candy cane. Very impressive! Who wouldn’t want a slice?
Your favorite toasted sandwich can be made bite-sized with a little help from your freezer aisle. Take an entire roll of biscuit dough and flatten it out in a cookie sheet. Fill with meats and cheeses, then roll it up and stick it in the oven. When the crust is golden brown, slice the log to make bite-sized melts.
Take triangles of biscuit dough, and arrange it into a circle. Fill with scrambled eggs, bacon, cheese, and mushrooms. Bake it up! A sprinkling of parsley and parmesan makes these hand-held omelets even more festive. Imagine waking your guests up with these! You can even add a festive garnish in the middle.
Yes! It’s pizza stick day at school! Except better! This time you get to make your own pizza sticks with crescent rolls, mozzarella, pepperoni, and R-rated Netflix movies. All in your own house! Roll these suckers up with your favorite “toppings”, then butter the outside. Sprinkle with Italian herb seasoning, and bake until crispy. Fun AND fancy!
Use flakey biscuit dough to make individual taco bites. Take one biscuit out of the roll, and split it in half. Treat it as a mini hamburger.
Flatten out a section of biscuit dough. Fill with preserved peaches, and press the dough together with a fork. Mix powdered sugar with milk to make a glaze. Bake!
Biscuit dough is just waiting to be the foundation of a tiny veggie pizza. Drizzle olive oil on the dough, and bake until slightly done. Add toppings, and bake until you can’t handle it anymore. Need to eat them NOW.
Green apple pairs beautifully with tart cheese. Bacon and buttery dough make the combination warm and irresistible.