Wednesday, March 24, 2010


I can't tell you how many times I've been asked for this recipe. They are quick to fix (out of ingredients that are always on hand) and they reheat well.
This super-simple recipe starts with a refrigerator biscuit that is rolled out flat and topped with a cheesy-herb mixture and baked. It's a great "go with" for any dinner..
10 ounce tube of refrigerator (flaky) biscuits
1/2 cup mayonnaise
2/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese (packed fairly tight)
1/4 teaspoon of dry basil leaves
1/4 teaspoon of dry oregano leaves
3 tablespoons of thinly slivered green onion tops1 clove of garlic (minced)
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
Mix everything together well (except the biscuits) and set aside. Separate refrigerator biscuits and roll each one out into a circle approximately 4” across.
Using your fingers, press on the center of the biscuit’s a little more, leaving the outer edge just a little bit thicker than the center (like a pizza). Divide cheese mixture evenly between the biscuits and spread it around (staying back from the edge).
Bake on lightly sprayed cookie sheet, at 350° for about 15 minutes or until golden around the edges.
NOTE: Change the kind of herbs if there is something you like better.
NOTE: I usually cook them for about 14½ minutes then turn the broiler on for about 30 seconds to give them just a little extra color (but watch them carefully). ..
NOTE: Don’t flour your counter before rolling out these biscuits.
NOTE: I've always used mayonnaise, I'm sure how Miracle Whip would taste.
NOTE: Any style of refrigerator biscuit will work.


Ana Powell said...

Hi Coleen
Many thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe with us.
Fantastic flavours x

the domestic mama said...

I love your recipes! :) you never cease to make me go yum. Thank you! AND I love your hubby's new hobby!

betty r said...

Good morning Coleen! I arrived on your blog this morning and I saw your new header..awesome! I do have a weakness for anything made with lemons:)
The flatbread looks delicious too.

Anncoo said...

Thanks for sharing this interesting and simple recipe.

Peggy Clyde. said...

I have tasted a similar recipe and it is very good and easy. Thanks.

Ingrid said...

Love this recipe and I'm certain my children will too. Thanks for sharing. I'm going to try it with tonight's pasta dinner!

Lara said...

wow oh wow! That looks like something we'd love!

Leslie said...

ok...I could probably live on these!!!

Monica H said...

so simple and delicious!

Shalinee said...

These look absolutely gorgeous and easy to make. Would be great for parties. Thanks for sharing. MaryMoh from

Ingrid said...

Hi, Coleen! I made these yesterday and the kiddos gave them a big thumbs up! Thanks for another delish recipe.

rebecca said...

wow, just wow! I have emailed your blog address to several of my friends and they are blown away by its uniqueness.

Katy ~ said...

I WILL be making these. Gads this looks good. I'm starving!!

Jack and Daynalee said...

I made these to go with our dinner tonight. They were SO yummy! Everyone absolutely loved them. I posted them on our blog (linked back to you). The recipe should be going up in the next couple of weeks. Love this blog! You have such great recipes!