Cheesy BBQ Biscuits
Cheesy BBQ Biscuits
This month we're celebrating all things quick fix finger foods! It could be for a backyard BBQ, pool party, beach snack, or a gaggle of hungry kids. The goal is to be able to prep ahead and serve away while never missing a beat. For a quick fix, just use ground beef, onions, and your favorite BBQ sauce for the filling. Or use leftover Chopped Beef BBQ to make it even easier.
If you're short on time or biscuits, use the bbq filling in a bun or on bread for a bbq style sloppy joe!
The Supply List
- 2 Cans of Refrigerated Biscuits - 10pk (regular size, not "Grands")
- 1lb Wild Earth Ground Sirloin or Ground Beef 80/20
- 1T Brown Sugar
- 1/2 Yellow Onion (diced)
- 1/2C of your favorite BBQ Sauce, we like Sweet Baby Rays
- 1 C Sharp Cheddar cheese
- Crushed Pineapple (I used this as a substitute for the extra brown sugar as Sweet Baby Rays is already pretty sweet (obviously)
- Thinly sliced red onion
- Tangy Coleslaw
Pre-Heat the oven to 400*
1. In a large skillet, cook the ground beef and chopped onion. Use a firm or wooden spatula to break up the beef as you go. Season with salt and pepper.
2. Once the beef is cooked, drain off any extra fat (there wont be much)
3. Add the BBQ Sauce and brown sugar (if using). Stir to combine, taste, and adjust seasonings to preference. Set aside.
---- If prepping ahead, this is an easy spot to pause. Simply transfer the BBQ beef to a container and store in the fridge until ready to assemble the biscuits.
- Grease or lightly oil your muffin tin and press a biscuit into each space.
- Fill with a tablespoon or so of filling, You don't want to add too much liquid here but some of the thick sauce if ok.
- Top with cheese, and added onions (if using).
- Pop in the oven at 400 for about 10min. The bottoms should be golden brown and the cheese should be bubbly and lightly crisped on the edges.
Serve up with some tangy coleslaw for the full BBQ spread feel.
These stored well in the refrigerator overnight and can be reheated in the oven, microwave (on low), AirFryer (briefly) , or toaster oven