I know I promised this for Monday, but I had totally forgotten that I had a blog hop reveal to finish, so please excuse my lateness.
The season of holiday parties is coming up, and we all know what a chore it can be to try to come up with something to bring that no one else is bringing. There is actually a limit to how many chocolate chip cookies one can eat! The limit depends on how good the cookies are and who the person eating them is, but there is a limit based on a complicated math equation and I won’t bore you with the details.
I came up with this recipe a few years ago, and it is so quick and easy AND CHEAP! Three of the best things when it comes to mandatory potluck. Second in easiness to just buying a box of cookies from the store (which I have done, so no shame).
I call these cinnamon-sugar bites, and they are so easy to make, that aside from wielding the knife, you can just make your children make them.
What you need to make 32 Cinnamon-Sugar bites:
- 1 can of 8 biscuits (whatever type you want. I used buttermilk. The flaky ones also work great)
- Approximately 1/2 cup of cinnamon sugar (you can buy or make this)
- 1/2 stick of melted butter
- Aluminum foil or parchment paper (for quick and easy cleanup)
- Preheat your oven per the instructions on the can of biscuits.
- Line 2 baking sheets with aluminum foil or parchment paper.
- Remove your biscuits from the can and cut them into 4ths.
- Either place biscuits on the baking sheet (approx 1″ apart) in the shape they are in, or roll them into balls for a better presentation.
- Brush butter on the biscuits with a pastry brush. Alternatively, you could spoon butter over them, or roll the biscuits in the butter.
- Sprinkle the biscuits with Cinnamon Sugar. (or roll in it if you decided to roll them in the butter).
- Bake approximately 10-15 mins or until the tops are slightly golden.