This Blue Cheese Biscuit Bites are made with butter, biscuit dough, blue cheese, parsley, and baked to perfection.
I usually would say to make your own biscuit dough, but for this recipe, buying store bought is the way to go – nothing wrong with a short cut. This is a great appetizer and it is always a crowd pleaser.
What you will need
- Butter: The recipe calls for salted butter, although if you only have unsalted, but make sure to mix salt into the melted butter.
- Biscuit dough: I used the regular Pillsbury brand for the biscuit dough you can find in the dairy section.
- Blue Cheese: I recommend using the already crumbled blue cheese as it tends to be less “stinky.” Please either love or hate blue cheese. For those of you who don’t like blue cheese, feel free to use feta cheese.
- Parsley: I used fresh parsley although you can also use thyme instead. If you would rather use dried parsley or thyme, that would work but just use less.
How to make Blue Cheese Biscuit Bites
Preheat the oven to 375°F.
Place the butter in a 9-inch glass pie plate and microwave to melt.
Cut the discs of dough into quarters. Place the pieces in the pie plate and toss to coat in the butter. Sprinkle blue cheese on top over the dough, as well as the parsley.
Bake until the top is golden brown, about 15 to 20 minutes.