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Easy Ham and Cheese Stuffed Biscuits | A Quick Meal that the Kids Will Love

Updated on September 16, 2014

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A quick easy meal that you can eat on the go.

Like many families, our kids schedules sometimes seem to dominate our evenings. I try to resist the temptation to resort to fast food drive thru to feed my busy, hungry kids. This is a great meal to serve on those days I am just to pushed for time to make a nice sit down meal for my family. These ham and cheese biscuits hit the spot, and I can be cook them up while the kids are working on their homework. Best of all if we are just plain out of time they are easy to take with us and eat in the car.

Ham and Cheese Biscuit paired with Fresh from the Garden Tomatoes for an Easy Weekday Meal
Ham and Cheese Biscuit paired with Fresh from the Garden Tomatoes for an Easy Weekday Meal | Source
5 stars from 1 rating of Easy Ham and Cheese Biscuits
This is my favorite brand of refrigerator pastries. They are not so greasy and are non GMO.
This is my favorite brand of refrigerator pastries. They are not so greasy and are non GMO. | Source

Cooks up quick, with ingredients that are on hand.

One of the best things about this meal is that it uses only three ingredients all of which are usually on hand in our house. I serve these biscuits with a handful of fresh raw veggies to bump up the nutrition value a bit.

  • Refrigerator Biscuit Dough: I use the "Flaky Biscuits" by Immaculate Baking Co., but any variety and any brand will do. You can even use crescent roll dough if that is what you have on hand.
  • Shredded Cheddar Cheese: Once again, this is my prefered cheese for this recipe mainly because I always have a bag in my fridge. I'm sure it would be delicious with swiss or whichever cheese you have available.
  • Ham Slices: Today I used ham slices that were left over from a quiche I made this weekend. The thick slices work nice, but lunch meat slices work great, too. Any variety of deli meat works as well so give turkey, roast beef or salami slices a try too.
  • Fresh Veggies: Today we had some nice cherry tomatoes ripe in the garden so I served them up with the biscuits, but we have also had baby carrots, celery sticks and pea pods with this meal as well. I prefer veggies that can be taken with us in the car so I stick to finger food veggies, but if you are eating at home, try serving this with a bag salad.

Bake until the tops are a nice golden brown.
Bake until the tops are a nice golden brown. | Source

Fridge to table in less than a half an hour!

Prep time: 5 min
Cook time: 18 min
Ready in: 23 min
Yields: 8 Ham and Cheese Biscuits

Ingredients for Ham and Cheese Biscuits

  • 1 tube refrigerator biscuit dough
  • 4 slices thick cut ham, halve each slice
  • 8 oz. shredded cheddar cheese, slices are fine, too.

Easy Instructions for Ham and Cheese Biscuits

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Pop open the biscuits and arrange on a cookie sheet. Split each biscuit dough in half and put a ham piece and about an oz of cheese in between the layers.
  3. Press the dough back together around the edges. Don't worry about being perfect, it looks nice when the cheese and ham peek out in places.
  4. Bake in the oven for 18 minutes or until the biscuits are golden brown on the tops. It takes about an extra two minutes than the outside cooktime on the package due to the ham and cheese inside.
  5. Serve when hot for best flavor, but they can also be reheated in a toaster oven for breakfast the next morning if you have some leftover.

Nutrition Info for the Ham and Cheese Biscuits in this Recipe

Nutrition Facts
Serving size: One Ham and Cheese Biscuit
Calories 320
Calories from Fat144
% Daily Value *
Fat 16 g25%
Saturated fat 10 g50%
Protein 21 g42%
* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.

Note on the Nutrition Facts I've included

The nutrition facts I have included are based on the brands of food I used today. If you use different ingredients which I am sure you will, be aware that your values may in turn be a little different from what I have calculated.

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My daughter loves these so much she often eats a second biscuit!I love how the ham and cheese peek out the sides.Mmm... Fresh from the oven. The wonderful smell of these baking help motivate my kids to finish their homework quickly!Peel back the top half of the biscuit and fill with the ham slice and some cheese.Pinch the dough layers back in a few spots around the biscuits and bake them for 18 minutes in your 350degF oven.
My daughter loves these so much she often eats a second biscuit!
My daughter loves these so much she often eats a second biscuit! | Source
I love how the ham and cheese peek out the sides.
I love how the ham and cheese peek out the sides. | Source
Mmm... Fresh from the oven. The wonderful smell of these baking help motivate my kids to finish their homework quickly!
Mmm... Fresh from the oven. The wonderful smell of these baking help motivate my kids to finish their homework quickly! | Source
Peel back the top half of the biscuit and fill with the ham slice and some cheese.
Peel back the top half of the biscuit and fill with the ham slice and some cheese. | Source
Pinch the dough layers back in a few spots around the biscuits and bake them for 18 minutes in your 350degF oven.
Pinch the dough layers back in a few spots around the biscuits and bake them for 18 minutes in your 350degF oven. | Source

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      Dianna Mendez 

      4 years ago

      Your daughter is so adorable! I love this quick meal idea with the ham and biscuit ingredient. It's something I would consider as a quick take along any day.

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      Andrew Smith 

      4 years ago from Richmond, VA

      I like the "nutrition facts" being included there. Nice touch.

      Also, these look (and sound) delicious!

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      ElleBee 

      4 years ago

      These look delicious! Remind me of the ham, cheese and broccoli roll ups my aunt used to make.

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      Jackie Block 

      4 years ago from SE Michigan

      Thanks Minababe, she really loves these biscuits!

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      minababe 

      4 years ago

      Haha, love that picture of your daughter at the end! She looks like one happy camper! :-)

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      Bill Holland 

      4 years ago from Olympia, WA

      Oh my goodness, these look scrumptious. Thank you for this idea.

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