June 17, 2012

Meatball Bubble Biscuits

I grabbed the recipe for these Meatball Bubble Biscuits over at Pinterest. They have been a very popular pin. I've been seeing them repeated over and over lately - and I can see why everyone is repinning them, they look lovely don't they?


These originally appeared on Kathie Cooks. Kathie made mini appetizer bubbles using halves of both the biscuits and meatballs. I decided to make mine full size and adapted the recipe just a teeny bit.

Much of what I cook is a matter of a simple process, no real recipe required - hence the blog name Seaside "Simplicity". These gems fit right into my style. I decided to give them a try today for a Father's Day lunch. Oh and by the way - Happy Father's Day to all the dads and father figures out there!!  :)

Meatball Bubble Biscuits
 
1 can Pillsbury Grands Flaky Biscuits
8 slices BelGioioso Fresh Mozzarella
8 dinner size meatballs
2 tablespoons olive oil
Pasta sauce
Italian seasonings
Parmesan cheese


Easy Process:

Separate and slightly flatten each biscuit. Place one slice of fresh mozzarella in the middle. Top with room temp fully cooked meatballs. Wrap the dough up and around the meatballs. Place seam side down in a baking pan. Bake at 350 for about 20 minutes until golden. Brush with olive oil, sprinkle with Italian seasoning, and Parmesan cheese. Tent lightly with foil to avoid over browning and bake another 5-10 minutes.

The pocket made by the cheese as it melted around the meatball is the perfect size to spoon in a little sauce.

    
The guys really loved these! I do think they would be better using pizza dough in place of the biscuits, but for a quick throw together meal made from simple things most of us have on hand it's really great! This would make a perfect summer dinner by just adding a tossed salad.

Have a great week - Cheers!

24 comments:

  1. These look great. I make something similar with crescent rolls. I'll have to try it with biscuits or pizza dough.

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  2. Those look amazing!!!! Gonna need to try these!

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  3. Hubs will love these, and it gives me an idea - maybe I can run a series of "guy" food while I'm down for the count.

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  4. Those do look good! I can see why they were enjoyed by your family! I hope your husband had a great Father's Day! I just recently got more involved with Pinterest, my gosh, one could spend almost as long there as one could with blogging, LOL :)

    We will always be understanding about blogging, Martha. You just post when you can and don't worry about visiting.

    be safe out there on those commutes of yours!

    betty

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  5. I am always on the look out for new tasty dishes to try and this fits the bill nicely. Here in Manila where I am currently writing my second novel, there is scant American style food. When one does find it, it generally leave a lot to be desired. Therefore, if one wants good food it is best to cook it.

    Thanks for the recipe.

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  6. Humm you do the nicest things for your guys.

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  7. Looks great...love to try this!

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  8. Your meatball bubble biscuits looks so fresh. :)
    I don’t mind eat this every day. LOL.
    Thank you for sharing. :)
    You can submit your meatball bubble biscuits pics on http://www.foodporn.net It is a food (and drink of course) photography site where members can submit all food (and drink of course (again) LOL ) pictures that make readers hungry.
    Well, you know it’s fun to make others hungry (and thirsty)! :D

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  9. Martha, I'm so glad you shared your recipe. Those photographs have me licking my lips :) I'll have to give them a try. Hope you have a blessed, peace filled day and week ahead.

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  10. Your recipe sounds yummy for sure. Hope your week is off to a great start. Your family is definitely more important than blogging. Hope we'll be hearing again from you next weekend.

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  11. I have to make these for my son. They look AMAZING!

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  12. Never heard of such a dish, but they look great.

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  13. These do look delicious! What a great idea!

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  14. Hi Martha. Long time no see!! I was in your neck of the woods yesterday and thought of you. :) This recipe looks delish!!

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  15. I absolutely love this idea. I agree on the pizza crust idea too, smart thinkin'.

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  16. Those look great. I have yet to really delve into pinterest. I don't think I'd ever get anything done.

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  17. Those look incredible! I love bread...of any description! That's my weakness!

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  18. They look amazing. No wonder they got to be so popular on Pinterest.

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  19. Those look good! I've given you an award. You can stop by my blog to claim it.

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  20. Those look great! I'm going to have to try them out. My kids like things like that, and i make a pretty home made pasta sauce.

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  21. Wooah Boy! You have just inspired me for my Weekend beach treat lunch! Thank you! Have a great day!

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  22. Thank you so much for sharing this post at The Gallery of Favorites!

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