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Recipes You Can Make With Biscuit Mix

This pantry staple goes a long way
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While there are a lot of dishes you can make with pantry staples like flour, cornmeal and sugar, there’s one item you likely already have in your pantry that can make a variety of delicious recipes: biscuit mix. Yes, that old box of biscuit mix can make much more than a classic Southern breakfast food; these recipes start with biscuit mix.

Cheeseburger Pie

Cheeseburger Pie
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While it may not be the same as heading out to your favorite burger spot, this cheeseburger pie recipe is so good you’ll forget that you’re at home. With cheese, ground beef and onions all wedged into an easy-to-make pie crust made from biscuit mix, this recipe is a perfect addition to your weeknight meal rotation.

For the Cheeseburger Pie recipe, click here.

Chicken Pot Pie

Chicken Pot Pie
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If you’re looking for some fun ways to use leftover chicken, then you know the power of chicken pot pie. This is one classic chicken pot pie dish that you will definitely want to add to your weekly mix.

For the Easy Chicken Pot Pie recipe, click here.

Dumplings

Dumplings
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If you’re looking for an easy way to spice up dinner, then you’ve got to try this recipe for two-ingredient dumplings. Stirring biscuit mix and milk until soft dough forms is a quick way to get your carb fix with any meal. Add the dumplings to these soups and other comfort foods for an amazing dinner experience.

For the Dumplings recipe, click here.

Sausage Cheese Balls

Sausage Cheese Balls
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These sausage cheese balls are quick to prepare, stuffed with cheesy goodness and coated in biscuit mix. They’re a quick and easy appetizer for a party of one or a party of 10.

For the Sausage Cheese Balls recipe, click here.

Taco Pie

Taco Pie
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This taco pie is a fun weeknight dinner recipe for all ages, and it’s easy to make too. All you have to do is mix together the cheese, cooked ground beef, biscuit mix and a few other ingredients. Then pop the dish into the oven and voila, you’ve got taco pie.

For the Taco Pie recipe, click here.

Cheesy Snap Pea and Spinach Quiche

Cheesy Snap Pea and Spinach Quiche
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Quiche is one of the best brunch foods. It’s jam-packed with melted cheese, perfectly cooked eggs and — in this recipe’s case — biscuit mix as pie crust. It’s a can’t-beat dish whether you have it first thing in the morning or at noon with a cocktail.

For the Cheesy Snap Pea and Spinach Quiche recipe, click here.

Mushroom and Vegetable Pot Pie

Mushroom and Vegetable Pot Pie
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Pot pie may be one of those vintage recipes no one makes anymore, but this recipe puts a veggie-friendly spin on the retro dish by piling it with mushrooms, onions, garlic and more.

For the Mushroom and Vegetable Pot Pie recipe, click here.

Oven-Baked Chicken

Oven-Baked Chicken
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If you’re a fried chicken lover, then this recipe for a healthy alternative is a must-have. To ensure crispy goodness, make sure you stick the chicken in a pan that’s already hot and coat it in biscuit mix before baking. Try putting the chicken in a bun and see if it can compete with some of the best chicken sandwiches in America.

For the Oven-Baked Chicken recipe, click here.

Pecan Pie Upside-Down Cake

Pecan Pie Upside-Down Cake
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If you’re finding it hard to satisfy your sweet tooth, break out the biscuit mix and make this pecan pie upside-down cake. The blend of pecan halves, brown sugar and gooey glaze is a force to be reckoned with. But if you’re looking for something more low-maintenance, try these dessert recipes that call for five ingredients or less.

For the Pecan Pie Upside-Down Cake recipe, click here.

Chicken Fingers

Chicken Fingers
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Get nostalgic tonight with a tried-and-true childhood dinner: chicken fingers. Coating the dish in biscuit mix, parmesan cheese and paprika will give it some flare that even your kids will love.

For the Ultimate Chicken Fingers recipe, click here.

Chicken and Sage Biscuit Pot Pie

Chicken and Sage Biscuit Pot Pie
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Another recipe that calls for biscuit mix is this chicken and sage biscuit pot pie. The perfect blend of chicken, cremini mushrooms and purple top turnips can be whipped together in less than one hour.

For the Chicken and Sage Biscuit Pot Pie recipe, click here.

Peach Cobbler

Peach Cobbler
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This recipe for peach cobbler is a great way to sweeten up your week. All you have to do is stir together your biscuit mix, sugar, peaches and a few other ingredients and bake the cobbler for an hour. It’s an easy way to make dinner at home feel like you’re at a restaurant.

For the Peach Cobbler recipe, click here.

Easy Quiche

Easy Quiche
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All you need for this easy quiche recipe is eggs, cheese, biscuit mix, breakfast meat and some veggies. The recipe is great for cooking newbies and good for breakfast in bed.

For the Impossibly Easy Quiche recipe, click here.

Coconut Pie

Coconut Pie
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This coconut pie dessert is wow-worthy. It calls for simple things like sugar, milk and eggs, but if you don’t have all of the ingredients, don’t worry — here is our must-know guide for important baking and cooking substitutions.

For the Coconut Pie recipe, click here.

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