Help! It’s Canned Biscuit Overload!

So I have this rule that I won’t buy refrigerated biscuit dough unless it’s $0.05 or less per can. Well, with the catalina, sale, and coupons this week, they almost paid me to take these biscuits home, so I bought them.

But what was I thinking? We don’t normally eat many canned biscuits (no offense to those of you who do, but we really prefer homemade!) and now I have 12 entire cans of biscuits sitting in my fridge.

Help! What are your most creative ideas for using up canned biscuits? I’m planning to make some of them into Brown Sugar Biscuit Twists, but beyond that, I’m stumped.

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  1. Paula Morgan says

    just saw the email. i sometimes use canned biscuits as pineapple cakes. put a ring of sliced canned pineapple in bottom of muffin tins, put maraschino cherry in center of each ring, top with canned biscuit, cook (per package directions) until biscuit is golden brown on top. invert into serving bowls, top with whipped cream.

  2. Nicole says

    If you flatten them, you can use them in casseroles. I usually do this with canned crescent rolls, but biscuits would work too. You line the bottom with the biscuits, add in your casserole stuff, then put more biscuits on top. I like to add things in the casserole, like a creamy roux or lots of cheese sauce (I’m a cheese fiend) to make the bottom biscuits soft.

    They also do make good pie dough, just mash em all together again, and use it as a pie shell as normal, or even mini pocket pies.

  3. Yvette M says

    I will flatten these out. Then the kids make their own personal pan pizza’s. That is always fun at our house and you usually have the toppings on hand!

  4. Crystol says

    Make personal pizzas. Roll the dough with a rolling pin and top with sauce and what ever topping you like.

  5. Kathy says

    I agree with the pizza crust idea but you can also let the kids roll them out and make their own mini pizzas…lots of fun for a sleepover or just for after school on a cold or rainy day. You can also make pizza pockets either small ones stuffed with sauce and your fav. toppings with cheese or larger ones if you put 2 together. I am not into the complicated recipes. Have a 2 year old at home and don’t have anyone to help out so I never have time.