Bacon Cheese Biscuit Bombs

Original Post Date: July, 15 2021 Revised Date: August 11, 2022

These bacon cheese biscuit bombs are so good that I had to bring them back to share with you once again. If you love bacon, cheese and biscuits then this is definitely for you. These little babies have crispy bacon and cheese not only the outside, but are bursting with more bacon and gooey cheese on the inside while surrounded by a golden, flaky biscuit. These are truly the bomb.

Yes, I went there.

Look at that all that glorious cheese! How can you not love something that has cheese and bacon. I admit it, I had to make myself stop eating after 2.

These are great for breakfast, a snack and even make great appetizers. So grab a can of biscuit dough, fry up some bacon (better make extra because you know you’ll be eating as you go) and go make you some Bacon Cheese Biscuit Bombs.

Here’s what you need:

*Canned biscuits: I used buttermilk jumbo ones but you can use the regular kind

*1 pkg bacon cooked and crumbled; you might not need the whole package, but if you are like me, you will be eating some along the way.

*Shredded cheese; I used a combination of cheddar and Colby Jack

*1 TBS butter, melted

Preheat oven to 350°.

Grease a baking sheet and set aside.

Separate each biscuit dough. On a flat surface, place dough and press flat.

Place some of the cheese in the middle of the dough.

Then add some of the bacon on top of the cheese. Try not to over fill or everything will come spilling out when you fold the dough.

Fold the sides in to the center.
The fold the top and the bottom of the dough to the middle to seal it closed.
The dough will stretch so make sure to completely seal in the cheese and bacon. If small holes appear just pinch them closed. Lightly press down on the dough to flatten them slightly.

Place the biscuit bombs seam side down on the greased baking sheet.

Brush the tops with the melted butter.

Add bacon on top

Then sprinkle some cheese over the bacon.
Bake for 15 to 17 minutes until the biscuits are golden brown and the dough is cooked through.

Look at all that golden, toasted cheese at the bottom….heaven.

Serve immediately while still warm.

Enjoy!

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