Pepperoni Drop Biscuits

Pepperoni Drop Biscuits

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"Sandra Buchanan uses garlic powder, Italian seasoning, sliced pepperoni and cheddar cheese to whip up a savory sensation in her Bath, New York kitchen. 'These biscuits go great with spaghetti, macaroni and cheese or breaded fish,' she says."
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30 m servings
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  1. In a bowl, combine biscuit mix, milk, butter, garlic powder and Italian seasoning. Stir in pepperoni and cheese just until combined. Drop by heaping tablespoonfuls 2 in. apart onto ungreased baking sheets. Bake at 400 degrees F for 16-18 minutes or until golden brown. Serve warm.

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These were great. Instead of 3 TBS butter, I used 1 TBS light-flavoured olive oil. I doubled the cheddar (around 1-1/3 cups), and we had less pepperoni so I used what we had (around 30 pieces of...

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Sorry, but we didn't care for these at all.

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These were great. Instead of 3 TBS butter, I used 1 TBS light-flavoured olive oil. I doubled the cheddar (around 1-1/3 cups), and we had less pepperoni so I used what we had (around 30 pieces of...

I followed the recipe for the ingredients but then baked them in a muffin pan. It was a giant mess as they completely stuck to the pan. Next time I will DEFINITELY grease the pan first - the ins...

Very tasty, quick biscuits that have that "pizza" flavor for sure. I made my biscuits a bit larger, so I got 12 instead of 24. I highly recommend using more cheese, actually just double the amou...

My (very picky) kids loved these! That's all I care about! They asked for bacon next time...good idea! Thanks!

I made these to go with an Italian dish my husband was making, and I think these were actually the best part of the meal!! (not that I'm biased or anything...) Followed the directions exactly, a...

We all loved these! I omitted the italian seasoning (didn't have any), put in a little parsley, and used garlic salt instead of garlic powder... watch them, I didn't need to bake them for the wh...

They were a hit:)

My whole family loved these. I used the baking mix on this website which I made with butter, so I didn't add the butter.

Yep, these are amazing and sooo easy to make. I served them as a main dish though, they would be better with spaghetti! Thanks a bunch.

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