Meatball Biscuit Bombs

Meatball Biscuit Bombs

Finally, I am out of tubes of biscuits by making this recipe! I want to say I won’t make that mistake again of going crazy and buying a ton of biscuits when on clearance but I’ll be honest, I’ll probably do it again. Something I always have in my freezer is frozen meatballs because they are super convenient to either toss in the oven or in a slow cooker, or do something little crazier like these. So for me at least, this was something I could easily whip up with what I have in house. This recipe was inspired by Joyful Scribblings. I used a Honey Butter Biscuit refrigerated dough, but plain will also work.
You can watch the video of me making these on my Twitch channel!

Meatball Biscuit Bombs

1 tube refrigerated biscuits, cut in half horizontally
8 frozen Italian Style Meatballs, or 16 small Italian Meatballs
3 sticks String cheese, cut into small slices
16 slices of Pepperoni
2 Tbsp Parmesan, shredded or grated
1 tsp Italian seasoning or dried Oregano
1/2 tsp Garlic powder
Serve with Marinara sauce

Heat oven to 375 degrees F.
Separate each biscuit into two pieces. The flaky layers should pull apart easily, but if not you can cut it horizontally with a knife.
Cut thawed meatballs in half if on the larger size, ideally you should let them thaw out overnight but you can toss them into the microwave if you were unable to do that.
Place one piece of a meatball, one slice of pepperoni, and 3-5 pieces of the string cheese slices into the center of each biscuit. Wrap dough around it and seal edges to form a ball and it will sort of look like a dumpling.
Mix the Parmesan, Garlic powder, and Italian seasoning together and dip the balls into the seasoning mixture to lightly cover the outside in the Parm mixture.
Place the balls seam side down on a baking sheet and bake for 15-18 minutes or until golden brown and the dough is cooked through.
Serve warm with the marinara sauce.

Published by Kat Meagher

Chef, Writer, Eater of Food, Gamer of Games Retired Chef who trained at Johnson & Wales and worked in the industry for years before a back injury forced me to give it up professionally. That hasn't stopped me from cooking for family and friends and creating recipes for the masses. I also love to write and am working on a few novels and screenplays that are sci-fi and fantasy based. One day I'll actually finish a novel, will it be today? Probably not. Lastly, I play mostly RPGs like Skyrim, Fallout, and Witcher, with some occasional SIMs and Civilization mixed in.

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