Any uses for leftover biscuits? Refrigerator, KFC, homemade, etc., ground up and used in recipes? They can't be identified as leftover biscuits when I use them or the family will never touch it.
CammoMOM from California
Freeze the biscuits for later use. When you are making meat loaf, take and soak them in a little milk and add to the loaf. Wonderful. (01/24/2008)
Try Tiffin - it's a traditional Scottish recipe I think. There are loads of different recipes if you Google it; all of them are delicious! (01/24/2008)
Use them in bread pudding if they will eat it. Cube and add to Stove Top Stuffing if they eat stuffing.
Cube and brown in butter with some parsley to make croutons. (01/24/2008)
How about bread pudding? Try the following site: "about.com southern food". Put "bread pudding" in the search. You'll get lots of recipes. Also try the Pillsbury web site. They make so many things out of biscuits. (01/24/2008)
Save them in the freezer, along with any other stale bread (cornbread too, if you make it). When the stash gets built up make dressing. I don't use a recipe but just crumble all my bread, saute some onion and celery, both chopped pretty fine, stir into the bread mix along with sage, salt and pepper, to your liking. Moisten this mixture with chicken broth until it is quite moist, then beat a couple of eggs until the whites and yolks are well mixed and stir them into the bread mixture. Put into a greased casserole and bake, 350 degrees for about 45 minutes until pretty much browned on top. This goes well with most meats, but is especially good with baked chicken. (01/25/2008)
I look forward to leftover biscuits--if there ever are any! My greatest joy is to slice them in half, put a small pat of butter on each cut half, put them in the toaster oven or under the broiler, toast until brown at the edges, and enjoy! My mother used to make tiny, bite-sized ones; those were scrumptious fixed that way. They can even be a bit stale--the toasting hides that. Cay from FL (01/26/2008)
When we have biscuits, I use the leftover ones throughout the week for breakfast in a hurry. If I make biscuits or know I'll have leftovers, I usually cook up a package of sausage. I fix sausage and cheese biscuits and wrap them in clear wrap individually.
All you have to do is pop one in the microwave for about 30 seconds. These are great for when you have time to get the kids ready, but not yourself and you can eat breakfast on the go. The kids love them, too. They will last about 6-7 days in the fridge, if you don't eat them first. Sometimes, I just cook up a batch or two anyway if I know the week might be hectic. Hope this helps! (01/27/2008)
By Beth from Warren, AR
I see no one mentioned dumplings. (01/27/2008)
Your family sounds very picky! I just say you have two choices for this meal, "take it or leave it"! If they are hungry enough, they will eat it! There is nothing wrong with leftover biscuits. My husband toasts them in the toaster oven and puts butter, cinnamon, and sugar on them. Maybe if they tried the leftover anything just once, they just might like it. Now that my son is older and on this own, he finds his tastes are extremely different than when he was at home! (01/28/2008)
I use leftover breads for stuffing/dressing too. Or, I dry them and make bread crumbs to use in coatings, meatloaves, meatballs, buttered for casserole toppings, etc. The Internet has recipes for breadcrumb cookies.
My son loves biscuits with sausage gravy (Southern favorite). Brown and crumble some sausage. Make a white sauce (recipe on cornstarch box) and add the sausage, heat. Pour some over split biscuits and enjoy. I make biscuits and keep them in the freezer just for this dish. (01/28/2008)
I love to use leftover biscuits for sandwich bread. They taste great with salami and Colby cheese, or tuna with mayo, or my favorite shredded chicken deli meat (Boar's Head Brand is the best) with a little mayo or mustard. (01/29/2008)
I tried this recipe with leftover biscuits I made. I slice them in half, fry in cooking oil till light brown on each side, drain on paper towel then put powder sugar and cinnamon on them. Or, I warm them in the microwave, put butter on them, very good for snacks or any time. (11/28/2008)
When I make biscuits, I bake a big pan full so I will have plenty left over. I put the left overs in a large zip lock bag and freeze them. Next time I want biscuits, I place the frozen biscuits on a pan and put it in a cold oven, set the temperature control at 450 degrees and heat for 10 minutes. They come out just like fresh baked. (01/11/2009)
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