The Best Dang Things You Can Put Between Biscuits (Recipes)

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What can I Eat with Biscuits?

Biscuits have paid their dues as a buttered side to entrees like fried chicken or scrambled eggs, and it’s high time they were appreciated for their main-event potential. Soft, buttery, flaky and stuffable with goods both sweet and savory, they’re ready to become an essential ingredient in your favorite lunches, dinners and desserts. Sometimes you should change your morning eating habits and take breakfast biscuits as a diet, when you want a different taste and think, what to eat with biscuits?

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Here are the absolute tastiest biscuit toppings and things to eat with biscuits or you can put between two hot biscuits. We’re sure you’ll love to try these biscuit topping ideas! (Don’t read this hungry, or you’ll suddenly find yourself devouring everything in your pantry.)

Simple Sausage Gravy

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The fat from spicy sausage does really delicious things when cooked with milk and flour. The result is a rich, creamy, meaty gravy that you’ll want to eat by the spoonful, but should definitely save for hot buttermilk biscuits.

Fried Chicken and Spicy Honey Butter

spicy honey butter

Anything is good when spread with a mixture of butter, hot sauce, honey and cayenne pepper — especially when it’s a garlic fried chicken biscuit sandwich.

Peanut Butter and Jelly

Relive your best childhood memories of PB&J — but spread between biscuits and topped with powdered sugar. The sweet and nutty mixture seeps into the biscuits as they bake, creating an irresistibly gooey texture.

Lobster

Lobster is the best topping for biscuits, You could have a classic lobster roll, but a buttery lobster cheddar biscuit sounds so much better, doesn’t it? Fresh lobster, cooked with a simple combination of butter and chives, is a match made in heaven with homemade cheddar biscuits.

Pimiento Cheese Chicken Salad

Not your run-of-the-mill chicken salad, this one is pimped out with bacon, white cheddar, pimientos and arugula. But it gets even more Southern when it’s thrown on a honey butter biscuit with pickles. Sweet, salty, crunchy, creamy and flaky, this will ruin all other chicken salad sandwiches for you for life.

Strawberries and Whipped Cream

Once you sandwich easy-to-make fluffy biscuits with sugar-dusted strawberries and vanilla bean whipped cream, you’ll never go back to normal shortcake.

Bacon, Egg and Cheese

This biscuit breakfast sandwich goes the extra mile with an egg casserole, baked with heavy cream, seasoning and a thick cheesy crust. When it’s done in the oven, slice it into squares for individual sandwiches. Having a breakfast casserole with biscuits will give a delicious start to your day, finish the biscuits with casserole and crispy bacon, eat up, and save the rest in the freezer for breakfast all week.

Honey and Ham

This Pillsbury recipe comes together in a pinch with typical ingredients. Lay Swiss cheese and deli ham over their flaky biscuit dough, bake, and drizzle with honey for lunch or a hearty snack.

Cinnamon Honey Butter

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Butter, powdered sugar, honey and cinnamon come together to create a blissfully sweet spread that you should absolutely drizzle over hot biscuits until positively oozing with cinnamon flavor.

Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato and Pimiento Cheese

Upgrade the classic BLT with pimiento cheese and three-ingredient cheddar biscuits. The crunchiness of the bacon, creaminess of the cheese, juiciness of the tomato and flakiness of the biscuit create a symphony of flavors and textures.

Peach Pie Filling

Peach pie becomes cheesy with creamy brie — and handheld when formed into small biscuits. The only problem with them is that they won’t magically reappear when devoured voraciously.

Burger Patty and Pepper Jack Cheese

This bacon cheeseburger is kind of like the Uncrustable of burgers — stuffed into a forward thinking biscuit bun.

Jam and Clotted Cream

British meets Southern when classic teatime toppings like jam and clotted cream are generously dolloped over buttermilk biscuits. Pair with coffee or tea for your new go-to Sunday breakfast.

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Now PB&J’s Can Be Enjoyed By All! Sort Of…

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The Sneaky Chef and Annie’s Homegrown have collaborated on an allergy-friendly PB&J sandwich for kids who want to enjoy the yummy lunch without having to worry about allergies.

Food Navigator reports that the sandwiches are actually called “Pea B&J Pockets” (notice the “P” is Pea … As in, it’s not peanut butter but something entirely different). These kid-friendly crustless sandwiches use a pea-derived peanut butter substitute, based off of The Sneaky Chef’s “No Nut Butter.”

According to The Sneaky Chef, the No Nut Butter is peanut, tree nut and soy free. Since so many kids have a peanut allergy, it is made to bridge a gap between forbidden foods and delicious snacks. The Sneaky Chef says the No Nut Butter “really does taste a lot like peanut butter.” On a sandwich with jam, it should be difficult even to tell the difference! It’s made from golden peas (hence the Pea rather than “P”) and can be used in any recipe that calls for the real thing.

The Sneaky Chef’s founder, Missy Lapine, was inspired to start working on this new product by her own daughter’s peanut allergy. The alternatives to peanuts that were available before her own product were either processed soy, which she didn’t feel comfortable feeding to her children, or sunflower butter, which wasn’t as well liked.

Lapine said her daughter felt like an outsider when she couldn’t enjoy the PB&J lunch staple that the other kids were enjoying. “The no peanut table at school became the no friend table,” Lapine said.

After experimenting with different ingredients, Lapine learned that the “golden pea is a phenomenal substitute for peanut.”

The process isn’t easy, of course. “It’s not easy to get peas to taste great, so you have to remove the bitter taste, and roast them so they have a roasted golden flavor”; the rest is a secret!

Lapine’s goal in creating this new substitute for peanut butter is to help kids feel more included, and to help keep them from feeling like outsiders. Plus, as Lapine herself says, “We want all kids to enjoy pea butter.”

Sources: Food Navigator, The Sneaky Chef / Photo Credit: jifbrand/Instagram

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