BBQ Beef Biscuits

October 24, 2012





We get a bit tired of just meatloaf and meatballs when it comes to ground beef/turkey dishes. There is a ton of  of recipes that incorporate it, but, I seem to stick with the same thing because, well, it works and everyone likes them.  Boring..I know.  So, after doing some searching, these biscuits caught my eye.  They are yum! I'm so glad that I did. The work out great because, they are quick, easy and a great size for the kids.
You can use bottled BBQ or a homemade version..top them with cheese and you have a great weeknight meal. These would also be great for appetizers at a party or a nice gathering in front of the TV.
They are also pretty good minus the BBQ, for Mr Plain, I simply seasoned some of  the ground beef with onion and garlic salt..hey...he's Mr Plain for a reason! I also purreed the pepper before mixing them into the meat..just a sneakier version to get the kids to eat them :)

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Ingredients:
1lb ground beef (or ground turkey)
1 small green pepper, chopped
1/2 cup BBQ sauce
1 can of refrigerated biscuits
 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese

Directions:
Preheat oven to  375 degrees.  Brown meat with peppers in a large skillet.  Stir in BBQ sauce. Spray 12 count muffin tin with non stick cooking spray. Press 1 biscuit into each cup.  Spoon meat mixture evenly over biscuits.  Bake 10 minutes.  Remove and sprinkle tops with cheese.  Bake an addition 3-5 minutes until biscuits are brown and cheese is melted.



22 comments

  1. These sound so good, I can't believe I've not thought of it myself :) We are having these for dinner tonight with a great garden salad...
    Over from Semi Homemade. :)

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  2. O, and just wondering how you got your pages centered...

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    1. Thanks bj!
      For centering..I use the blogger template simple and just played with the column widths until it was were I liked it.
      I centered my header by entering this code:
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      margin-left:135px;
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      in the custom CSS code(in the template designer)You may have to play with the px # to fit properly.
      For anything with an html code..I place a center code before and after the whole html code. (sorry..blogger won't let me place it in the comments!)
      I hope that helps! Please let me know if I didn't get the answer you needed :)
      Thanks for stopping by.

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  3. Are the biscuits raw when you put the cooked meat into them? Does the meat need to cool off any before it's put into the biscuit cups?

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    1. Hi Heidi- Yes, the biscuits are raw when you put the meat on them. I let the meat cool just a few minutes before,but, it won't that much of a difference.

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  4. So clever and so delicious. I would eat way too many of these! :)

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    1. Thanks Anita :) Have a great weekend!

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  5. Hey Erin,I'm newest follower visiting #108 from Miz Helen's..I love love love these little meals in one,just add a veggie and call it a day.
    Putn' you on my sidebar too.so I want miss a thang!

    #120
    LoblollyLane

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Jo May..I am following you back!

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  6. So simple and yummy. Great for kids and adult parties. Please share these today on foodie friday. I think folks will love them.

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  7. What a fun and simple meal for the entire family! I love it! Thanks for sharing at Foodie Friends Friday!

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  8. I just love this idea and flavorful recipe, we will be trying this one. Have a fabulous weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  9. Erin, do you mind if I share these on my blog with your link, of course..you have great ideas..I'm in kitchen lust! <3

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    1. Yes, it's fine. That's very sweet of you :) Thank you.

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  10. I bet if I leave out the bell pepper I could not only get Amara to help me make these she might actually eat one! She is a picky little girl and gets it from BOTH parents!

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    1. Good luck Grandma KC! Hope she enjoys it :)

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    2. Grampy and I tried it without her last weekend and got to add the bell pepper -- we both loved it! Thanks! I'm going to try the chicken tamale bake tonight -- again, just for us.

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    3. That's great Kc! I am so glad you enjoyed them :) Let me know how the chicken tamale bakes works out.

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  11. I just loved this recipe! no kiddos in our house but 5 picky adults that don't complain about kid friendly recipe's. I've been using your recipes since my friend linked me one off you your blog and many have made it into our good recipe file! Thank you so much

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    1. Thank you Sofia! I am so glad you enjoy them :)

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