Cooking is one of the things that can be done by everyone; if you think you're just not good at it, remember practice makes perfect. Also, you may want to start by practicing recipes that are easy to do and don't require mastering any particular ingredient. Here are some snack recipes that only require refrigerated biscuit dough.
In the fridge, biscuit dough can be kept for a long time, and if you have some, you are well on your way to making filling snacks for you and your family. Here are ten of our favorite things to make with this dough:
This is not only yummy, but it is also as easy as peas! It is merely a wrap of cinnamon-crusted biscuit dough around a marshmallow. Baked for a few minutes, this produces a melting delight in your mouth, thanks to the marshmallows.
This is a unique twist to the traditional muffin. It is made up of monkey bread pulled apart and mixed with the biscuit dough. This is then baked in heavy-duty paper or foil, which makes sure that the sticky caramel sauce remains intact while it cooks.
This requires four ingredients that are easy to find in the pantry and also takes a short time to prepare. These little snacks make for an excellent reading snack or the perfect munchies for movie night.
Biscuit dough can be used to make a pie. However, there is no statutory recipe for the filling. So, you can get extraordinarily inventive by incorporating spices and fillings that you crave or even make it veggie-based.
You must not use large dough; this dough expands in the oven, so an amount that is just right will be perfect.
Sweet biscuits on a stick are hands-on fun whether you're camping in the woods or just hanging out in the backyard around the BBQ.
Fry biscuit dough, and you get perfectly tasty doughnuts. You can choose to eat them plain or decide to glaze them with honey or add frosting of any flavor.
These large pizza puffs are quick and easy to do. You will enjoy them best when they are hot and dipped in a bowl of marinara sauce.
Much like the name hints at, these are bite-sized cheese and steak pockets. The recipe is filled with all kinds of delight: sauteed steak, bell pepper, mushrooms, and onion wrapped in biscuit dough.
Last but not least is blue cheese biscuit bites. The biscuits are pulled apart, drizzled with melted butter, and topped with crumbled blue cheese.
Now, get up and try out one of these! Our personal favorite is the barbecue beef cups. Which would you try?