Parmesan Rounds


Bread is such a great side to the family dinner, but the same thing every night can get a little boring. This variation to a simple biscuit adds a lot of flavor and is so easy the kids can do it by themselves. Boo made these for her food demonstration at fair last year at the age of 9 and received a blue ribbon. The judge enjoyed them so much she copied down the recipe.

2/3 c finely grated Parmesan Cheese
1/2 c Mayonnaise
1/4 tsp dried Basil
1/ tsp garlic Powder
1/8 tsp Oregano
1 tube refrigerator Biscuits 12 to 16 ounces

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.

In a small bowl combine everything except the biscuits.

Cheese Mixture

Open your canned biscuits and lay on a baking sheet. I have a friend who refers to them as Whump Biscuits, because you have to “whump” them on the counter to get the tube open. Flatten each biscuit to about 4 inches in diameter.

The difference between flattened and out of the can.

Equally distribute the Parmesan mixture onto the biscuit rounds and spread without going all the way to the edge.

Place in a preheated oven and bake 10 – 15 minutes. The larger sized biscuits will take about 2 minutes longer than the traditional size. They should be a nice golden brown.

If you want to use biscuits from scratch, the batch will probably be larger than you get from a can. Either save half the dough for tomorrow night, or double the Parmesan mixture.

Let me know how you like them!


About keepingiteasyandsimple

I have been married for 20 years and have 3 children. My oldest is 20 and currently in the National Guard. My daughters are 15 and 11 and involved in everything. I believe life is difficult enough, that we can find ways to make the everyday just a little easier and perhaps even more simple. I love to cook, shop and make things with the kids.

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