Blue Cheese Biscuits

During a summer party at my in-laws house a handful of years ago, a guest brought these wonderful biscuits and I kept going back for more. I was stunned to find out not only how simple the recipe was but that it involved blue cheese, because ordinarily I’m not a fan. When I asked how to make them, they told me “Oh, it’s just biscuits and blue cheese and you bake it all together.” I never did get their exact recipe (like how much blue cheese, oven temperature, and how long to bake), but I did a little bit of research and the recipe really is straightforward.

What You’ll Need:

  • blue cheese crumbles, or crumble it yourself like I did
  • can of biscuits (extra points if you make them homemade! Share your favorite recipe below!)
  • butter (optional)

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Preheat your oven to 350. Crumble your blue cheese with a fork. Layer the bottom of your baking dish/pan with some of the blue cheese (or your desired amount. Too much might be a little salty. But we didn’t discover that until after I made it…Ha!).

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Layer your biscuits on top of the blue cheese. As you can see I used my cast iron pan and didn’t have room for the last one. I broke it up in pieces and filled in the empty spaces of the pan. Add a small pat of butter to each biscuit, if desired. Sprinkle blue cheese on top. Bake for 22-30 minutes – depending on how “done” and golden you like your biscuits and the pan you use! Be sure to keep your eye on it!

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These were super delicious and very easy to make! And since it’s just David and I, we had some left over for the next day or two and they held up nicely as a little snack.

Summer is on it’s way out, friends! What has been your favorite Summer treat? Tell me in the comments below!

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