Not sure what came over me, but one minute I was cleaning out the fridge and the next minute I was stuffing obscene amounts of Cheese into Biscuit Dough, rolling it into balls, drenching it Butter and baking them until this happened..lol!
No plan, no reason, just buttery, cheesy, stuffed & puffed dough-ball nonsense!
Gooey balls of Grilled cheese-like orbs, baked to a puffed perfection! I just keep telling myself that the very best things in life happen this way sometimes…
~Especially when it comes to food..lol!
What you’ll need for enough Rolls to feed at least 12 people:
1 Container of Pillsbury Grands Flaky Layers Biscuits (8 ct.)
1-7.5 oz. Container of Pillsbury Buttermilk Biscuits (10 ct.)
**I used two different sizes of Biscuits just for interest, but you can use all the same size Biscuits if you’d like! It will take 2 cans of either size to fill the cake pan.
1/2 cup melted Butter..you could leave this out, but the Butter is what makes them taste just like Grilled Cheese! 🙂
Velveeta Cheese…approx 3/4 of an entire box. (you will need a 1-2″ cube to stuff into each Roll)
A 9″ round cake pan
(If you’d like to really make everyone feel like a kid, serve these with a hot bowl of Tomato Soup) …you’re welcome mom! ; )
Melt the Butter and pour about half of it into the cake pan…
Cut the Velveeta into approx. 1-2″ cubes, making sure to cut enough for each Roll. You will have some Velveeta left over for other yummies!
Pop open the Biscuits and stuff each one with a cube or 2 of the Cheese. Of course the larger Biscuits will hold more cheese than the smaller ones.
I, of course, stuffed them with as much Cheese as I could get in there..lol! Roll the dough around the Cheese, sealing it tightly and forming a ball..
Place the stuffed dough balls into the buttered cake pan, arranging them evenly. Pour the rest of the Butter all over the top!
Place the pan onto a larger baking sheet to protect your oven from any spill-overs as they puff up…trust me..Grr! 🙂
Bake them at 350 degrees, uncovered for 12 minutes, don’t let them burn. If they get too dark before 12 minutes, cover them with foil!
Definitely cover them them with some foil now, and continue baking them for another 12 to15-ish minutes or longer, until they’re golden, puffed and firm all the way through. The inner Rolls take longer to firm up so be patient, as long as you have them covered they will be fine. 🙂
Some of the Cheese oozes all around the Rolls, this is a beautiful thing! ~See…
Let them cool slightly…
These are especially fun because you can serve them straight out of the pan and just start pulling at them…
Or, you can turn the pan over onto a serving platter, and make Mom proud by using a plate…
Or you can dive in however the heck you’d like…
The main idea is to get these hot, melty Rolls into your mouth…
…as soon as you can, or they will be gone…
So…open up, stuff your lips, repeat, enjoy! 🙂
Tried it in a Dutch oven while camping! Amazing!! Also sprinkled bacon bits in some. Yum!! Always live your posts on That’s Nerdalicious, tho directed to this one via Buzzfeed. Thanks for all the tastees!!
Will be trying this in my dutch oven with saved itty bitty pieces of bacon from breakfast and possibly a tiny bit of pepper jack sprinkled throughout. Also will try it with some of my daughter’s amazing tomatoe soup. Thank you so much !!!
Could you do this in a 13×9 pan instead if you don’t have the rounds?
OMG- I just made these and they are sooooo good. I tried a few different cheeses. I did the velveeta a definite favorite. I also did some with velveeta and ham. Then to be totally diffrent i did some with just Brie and then some with Brie and sliced apple on it.Next time i might add a little cinnamon to the apple. I think that with some white wine sounds yum.Anyway great recipe. Oh one more thing, I used just one can of the Grand buttermilk biscuits and divided each biscuit into two pieces. It worked well.
YAY & YUM! 🙂
These look really good and they have given me a starting point to try making cheeseburger monkey bread. I’m going to try frying some hamburger and stuffed the biscuits with cheese, hamburg and some dill pickle to see how that comes out. Then make a sauce out of mustard, ketchup and mayo to dip them in. How does that sound?
Sounds good, I do something along those lines. I make sausage gravy and chill it until it is kinda solid, then wrap the a biscuit around a spoonful. Bake the biscuits for 12 min. I then cook some hashbrowns until brown and crispy and put on top, then top with whole eggs. Cove and bake another 12-15 min., uncover top with more gravy and sprinkle with cheese. Return to the over just until cheese is meltie. yum um
These are a family favorite of ours. Try not to make them often cause I gain a pound just thinking about them. Shared on my blog and let them back here for the directions. Thanks! http://collectorofrecipes.com/?p=406