Cheesy Bacon Pull-Aparts

Every kid has a favorite food. Some kids go for the pizza, some for the mac and cheese, mine has a soft spot for biscuits – or “bikscuits” as he calls them. Can you blame him? There’s something so comforting and satisfying about a soft, warm biscuit fresh from the oven. Whether you slather yours in butter and honey, douse it with creamy sausage gravy, or eat them plain, you can’t go wrong with a biscuit.

These biscuits are a step above your average biscuit. Covered in Swiss cheese slices and crumbled bacon, then scattered with additional cheese for good measure…oh yeah, don’t forget the fresh herbs. These babies are goooood. 

Easter is just two days away and I’ve got some thigh-scaring, tummy-terrifying dishes planned. Can’t wait to share!

Cheesy Bacon Pull-Aparts
(adapted from Tasty Kitchen)
serves: 6   Printable Recipe

1 can (16.3oz) refrigerated Grand's biscuits

4 slices Swiss cheese

1 package (2 oz size) pre-cooked bacon

1/2 cup grated triple cheddar blend

1 tsp chopped fresh herbs (thyme, oregano, basil, etc)

Preheat oven to 325ºF. Grease a 9″ pan or skillet. Place biscuits in the pan and top each biscuit with half a slice of Swiss cheese. Coarsely chop the bacon and sprinkle over the Swiss cheese. Top bacon with shredded cheddar cheese. Sprinkle your choice of herbs over the shredded cheese.

Bake for 20-30 minutes or until cheese is melted and biscuits are cooked through. Depending on how much cheese you pile on top, this may take a little longer to bake through. Serve immediately.

Note: If you have more time, you can easily make these from scratch for added deliciousness!




sarah said...

What a great way to fix up plain biscuits. Have to try this!

Myka said...

oh man, I shouldn't have read this before breakfast.

Belinda @zomppa said...

Definitely not plain biscuits. I want so badly!!

Jennifer Kendall said...

these look soooo yummy!

Julia @The Roasted Root said...

There's just no way to go wrong with cheese and bacon in my book. Your pull-apart looks moist and chock full of flavor. This recipe looks like a great time saver and a crowd pleaser all in one! Happy Easter, lady!

Stephanie said...

That looks fabulous! Will have to put that on the must try board :)

Looking forward to the thigh scaring recipes, have a happy easter

4evaRisa said...

Not good for Passover though. I will hold on to this one for after the holiday as this sounds just too good. I would love this as would the rest of the family.

Laurie {Simply Scratch} said...

This looks like it has the potential to be dangerously addictive... can't wait to try it!

Cozy said...

So I made these today and they were yum but the size of the biscuits were carb overload and we were stuffed. So next time I will quarter the dough to make them into more of a two bite size experience. Will make for the next potluck at work. Thank goodness we have an oven at the cheese will be fresh out of the oven melted. YUM!

Angie - Big Bears Wife said...

how fantastic! Hubby will love these!

Tara said...

Oh my, that looks amazing!! I would love to pull a piece off right now!

nate.primecp said...

Thanks so much for the recipe. We featured it in our weekly food trend blog post. You can check it out here. Thanks again!

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