No-brainer Recipe: Easy Cheesy Parmesan Italian Biscuits

Cheesy Parmesan Italian Biscuits Recipe Oh boy. These are so, so very good. Be sure to eat them warm, fresh out of the oven. I grew up with these. It just doesn’t get much better.

Besides being easy and delicious, Cheesy Parmesan Italian Biscuits are versatile. Pair them with a steak and salad, or your favorite Italian meal, basically any place where you’d serve basic breadsticks or biscuits.


Cheesy Parmesan Italian Biscuits

Yield: Makes about 10 biscuits


1 c. grated Parmesan (I used the kind in the green bottle, the way my mom did, but feel free to fancy it up and use freshly grated Parmesan)
2/3 c. mayo
2-3 Tbsp. fresh chopped green onion
Garlic powder to taste
Italian seasoning to taste
1 can Hungry Jack flaky biscuits


1. Mix all ingredients except biscuits. Flatten biscuits on an ungreased cookie sheet.

2. Spread an equal amount of filling over all biscuits.

3. Bake 13-15 minutes, eat hot!

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6 Responses to “No-brainer Recipe: Easy Cheesy Parmesan Italian Biscuits”

  1. #
    Bright Bundles — May 21, 2009 at 4:46 am

    Sounds pretty good. my husband likes parmesan cheese.


  2. #
    StraitJacketMom (Berleen) — May 21, 2009 at 11:48 am

    Oh these look absolutely heavenly!!!


  3. #
    Allison — March 11, 2010 at 2:45 pm

    These sound so yummy. I’d use sour cream instead of mayo though, I have a thing with mayo.


  4. #
    Holly — March 11, 2010 at 11:14 pm

    YUM….Thanks for this recipe! I saw this today on Facebook and tried it tonight. A friend brought fresh homemade bread so I used that instead of the biscuits, and everyone loved them!


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    Lauralee Hensley — March 13, 2010 at 1:01 am

    Hey, I think I’ll try these, only I’ll make my own whole wheat biscuits and then do the rest per your recipe. We like parmesan around here.


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