Meatball Bubble Biscuits

Meatball Bubble Biscuits- a hearty appetizer and crowd pleaser.

I originally had another post scheduled for today, but I made these meatball bubble biscuits this week and they were a huge hit with my family.  My hairstylist Nancy shared the recipe with me.  They are a hearty appetizer for a party and I thought they’d be great for the Super Bowl this Sunday.

You can also make them for your family for dinner.  If you’re the type of mom who prepares after school snacks for your kids, your kids will love them.  My kids will vouch that I am not the type of mom who prepares after school snacks.  They know where the pantry and refrigerator are located.

The meatball bubble biscuits still taste great when reheated.  Depending on the number of biscuits in the can, this recipe makes roughly 16-20 meatball bubble biscuits. I hope you enjoy them.

 

Meatball Bubble Biscuits
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Recipe type: appetizer
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Ingredients
  • 1 can Pillsbury Grand Flaky Layers Biscuits
  • 10 frozen fully cooked Italian Style Meatballs-thawed and cut in half
  • 3 sticks of string cheese cut into 12 pieces
  • Seasoning Mixture:
  • 2 Tbsp shredded parmesan cheese
  • 1 tsp Italian seasoning
  • ½ tsp garlic powder
  • Serve with 1-2 cups marinara sauce
Instructions
  1. Heat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Separate each biscuit into two pieces. The flaky layers should pull apart easily.
  3. Cut thawed meatballs in half. I just thaw mine in the microwave for a few minutes.
  4. Place 1 meatball half and 3 pieces of string cheese slices into the center of each biscuit. Wrap dough around it and seal edges to form a ball.
  5. Dip meatball/biscuit into seasoning mixture.
  6. Place seam side down on a baking sheet.
  7. Bake 15-18 minutes or until golden brown.
  8. Serve warm with marinara sauce.

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Comments

  1. says

    I am not exaggerating to say that my mouth started watering the minute I saw this picture. WOW. They look *so* good!! I actually think I could do this. I’m not sure if they will be as pretty as yours, but I’m trying this weekend. I can’t wait! I’m pinning this right now!! –Lisa

  2. Denise Williams says

    I definitely want to try these. Look like something my family would like and that I could make!! Thanks for posting!

  3. says

    These look so wonderful! I will be adding these to my recipe box for sure! They also don’t really sound all that difficult to make. I can understand why they are so popular at your house!

  4. Wendy says

    These were a big hit. Thanks for this fun recipe! We did, however rename them “meatball bombs.” My boys felt that bubble biscuit was too “cutesy.” (Insert rolling eyes) I used mini/party meatballs so, bonus, I got to skip the cutting step! Filing this recipe for future use…

    • says

      Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment Wendy. I’m glad the “meatball bombs” were a hit with your boys. Meatball bombs definitely has a more masculine tone to it. I think I actually like that title a little more :)

  5. Wendy says

    My son: “Hey mom, can you make some of those meatball bombs for Friday night?” (Homecoming game tailgate party)
    Me: “Sure. Who all’s coming so we can see how many we want to make.”
    My son: “Just make like 100.”

    We definitely like these. And they are super easy, but 100? LOL

    • says

      So glad they are a hit with your family. If you tackle (no pun intended) 100 of them I think you deserve the Mom of the year award! Have fun at Homecoming. We had ours last weekend. I’m sharing a chex mix tomorrow that’s a little less time consuming and perfect for tailgating :)

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