Have leftover ham? This Ham and Cheese Pull Apart Biscuits Recipe is a great way to use it up for breakfast or dinner! This easy recipe needs only 6 ingredients and is ready to bake in just 15 minutes.
We love easy recipes here on this site and we know you all do too. And this Ham and Cheese Pull Apart Biscuits recipe is one of the easiest around. It’s also versatile, which we think makes it even better.
You’ll only need 6 ingredients for this Ham and Cheese Pull Apart Biscuits recipe. You’ll need a package of refrigerated biscuits – the kind that comes in the tube. You can usually find it near the dairy section of your store, next to the refrigerated cookie dough. We recommend using the Pillsbury Grands Flaky Layers biscuits, but you can use any biscuit you prefer as long as you have about the same amount of ounces that we use.
You’ll also need diced ham. If you have leftover ham from a holiday meal, this is a great way to use your leftover ham into a new meal. The final ingredients are an egg, a bit of milk, shredded cheese and green onions. That’s it!
To make your Ham and Cheese Pull Apart Biscuits recipe, you’ll beat your egg with the milk in a large bowl. Then, cut each biscuit into 8 pieces.
Add the cut biscuits, diced ham, shredded cheese, and sliced green onions to the bowl with the egg and gently stir everything together.
Pour everything into a greased baking dish and bake until it’s done.
If you are serving this as a snack or appetizer, you can enjoy it right from the baking dish or each person can spoon it onto plates. And just the way it’s named, you can “pull apart” the biscuit pieces with your fingers and enjoy.
If you’re serving as a meal, or if you just prefer to not use your fingers, grab a fork. Either way, it’s delicious and sure to please.
As we mentioned, this dish is very versatile, so feel free to make changes to the ingredients. For example, you can use cooked bacon or sausage instead of ham. Or you could use more cheese. More cheese is never a bad thing!
Ham and Cheese Pull Apart Biscuits Recipe
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