This recipe...was SO good. I wanted to post it up soon because it would make a great side dish to your Thanksgiving feast! Biscuit dough has always been a favorite of mine growing up, and the savory additions to this muffin made it so tasty!
I would just like to preface that this isn’t the most nourishing food, BUT it is part of MY food freedom that I’ve been experiencing, and definitely made for a tasty treat! This blog has healthy, wholesome recipes, and treat recipes, and I’ve come to a place where having foods like this doesn’t bother me or send me over the edge anymore. We have to learn how to nourish ourselves well so that we can enjoy the treats as well and not be so stressed around foo! I am so thankful for the food freedom and nourishment that I’ve been experiencing in this journey, and know that I am here to guide you through it as well, just reach out and we can chat!
Anyways, onto zee recipe!
These were super easy to whip up, and turned out so savory and delicious! I made a big batch since my hubby took them to work with him, but you could definitely cut the recipe down if need be!
Cheddar & Bacon Monkey Bread Muffins
(makes 30-ish muffins)
3 cans refrigerated biscuit dough
3 cups shredded cheddar-jack cheese mix
8-10 slices turkey bacon
1.5 tsp garlic powder
0.5 tsp onion powder
0.5 tsp sage
1.5 tsp thyme
0.25 tsp salt, or to taste
1/2 cup butter, melted
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Then line a muffin tin with liners or parchment paper.
First, chop the turkey bacon and fry them in a pan until they are crispy. Set aside to cool.
Then, open up the biscuits and cut into little cubes.
Place them in a large mixing bowl, then mix in the cheese, bacon, melted butter, and spices. Toss until the biscuits are evenly coated with all the yummy add-ins!
Place about 5-6 cubes of the biscuits in each muffin tin. Then bake for 15-18 minutes or until the tops are golden brown.
These were so gooey and delicious fresh out of the oven, but tasted great with breakfast this morning too!!
Hope y’all enjoy and Happy early Thanksgiving!