Garlic Cheddar Biscuits (Garlic Cheese Bombs)

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These Garlic Cheese Bombs are not only delicious, they are easy to make! Perfect as a snack, appetizer or side!

Garlic Cheddar Biscuits are the perfect side to any meal from spaghetti to fried chicken. As much as I love a good biscuit, adding cheese and garlic takes these from regular ol’  biscuits into crazy good garlic cheese bombs, a side that will truly be the star of your meal! 

Garlic Cheddar Biscuits are the perfect side to any meal from spaghetti to fried chicken. As much as I love a good biscuit, adding cheese and garlic takes these from regular ol'  biscuits into crazy good garlic cheese bombs, a side that will truly be the star of your meal! 

Biscuits are a staple around here, perfect for breakfast with jam and delicious with butter served with soup or stew.

As much as I love a good sweet biscuit drizzled with honey and butter… these cheesy cheddar biscuits definitely take the cake.

A light and flaky biscuit crust stuffed with… you guessed it, cheddar cheese and rolled in a buttery garlic topping.  The result is the ultimate cheese buns!  My kids call these garlic cheese bombs because they’re really just an explosion of deliciousness…  and cheese.

They are small enough to serve as an appetizer but they also are PERFECT served along side any meal!

Garlic Cheddar Biscuits are the perfect snack for a crowd and the perfect side to any meal. Adding cheese and garlic takes these from regular ol'  biscuits into crazy good garlic cheese bombs!

If you happen to have any leftover, the kids will love taking them for lunch!  There are lots of versions of cheese biscuits out there…  this is definitely my favorite! Tender crust, and ooey gooey cheese filling and a delicious garlic parmesan topping, these are the ultimate garlic cheese bombs!

While I use canned biscuits to make this extra quick, you can certainly wrap the cheese in a Homemade Biscuit Dough with equally wonderful results.

When making these biscuits, you’re going to want to work quickly so your dough stays fairly chilled and ensure you pinch the seams very well to seal.  If some of the cheese happens to leak out, don’t worry… there will still be more inside and they’ll still taste amazing!!  I bake them on parchment paper for easy clean up.

Speaking of biscuits, I am somewhat addicted to wrapping things in biscuit dough!  They are always amazing and you can pretty much put anything in them from sweet to savory!

Stuffed BISCUITS are one of my favorite snacks and the possibilities are endless! Check out some of these other yummy stuffed biscuits:

  • Bacon Cheeseburger Bombs (reader favorite!) Soft biscuits stuffed with cheese, bacon and the most delicious beef filling you have ever had!
  • Cheddar Meatball Poppers Juicy meatballs and cheddar cheese wrapped in a soft biscuit crust.
  • Loaded Mashed Potato Bombs It’s like a stuffed baked potato wrapped, filled with cheese and wrapped in a delicious hand held bite.
  • Pizza Bombs Soft crust, pepperoni and your favorite pizza toppings loaded with cheese all wrapped in a biscuit crust.
  • Cinnamon Caramel Apple Pie Roll Ups Roll ups of the dessert kind with cinnamon, apples and a hint of caramel.  The perfect ending to any meal!

Really… the possibilities are endless!  I’ve stuffed them with chicken pot pie filling, taco meat, cream cheese and pie filling and so much more!

Garlic Cheese Bombs! These are the most amazing ooey gooey cheese buns ever!

3.5 from 2 votes
Review Recipe

Garlic Cheese Bombs

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 20 biscuits
Author Holly Nilsson
Course Appetizer
Cuisine American
Garlic Cheddar Biscuits are the perfect side to any meal and adding cheese and garlic takes them from regular ol’ biscuits into crazy good garlic cheese bombs!


  • 1 can of premade biscuits (10 pieces) (any type will work, I used Country Style)
  • 20 cubes cheddar cheese (1/2" x 3/4" x 3/4") (approx 4oz total)
  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • 1 clove garlic , crushed
  • 1/3 cup parmesan cheese
  • 2 teaspoons dried parsley

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  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
  • Cut each biscuit in half and slightly roll out (don't worry about it being round). Place a cheese cube in the middle and wrap the biscuit dough around the cube ensuring the edges are sealed. Roll in your hands to make a ball shape.
  • Place butter & garlic in a small bowl and melt in the microwave about 12 seconds. In a separate bowl, combine parsley and parmesan cheese.
  • Dip each rolled biscuit into the butter mixture and then into the cheese mixture. Place on a parchment lined pan.
  • Bake 10-12 minutes or just until browned.

Nutrition Information

Calories: 129, Carbohydrates: 11g, Protein: 3g, Fat: 7g, Saturated Fat: 3g, Cholesterol: 11mg, Sodium: 294mg, Potassium: 57mg, Vitamin A: 120IU, Vitamin C: 0.1mg, Calcium: 72mg, Iron: 0.8mg
Keyword garlic cheese bombs
 Adapted from Pillsbury …  & inspired by Bacon Cheeseburger Bombs

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Garlic Cheddar Biscuits are the perfect side to any meal from spaghetti to fried chicken. As much as I love a good biscuit, adding cheese and garlic takes these from regular ol'  biscuits into crazy good garlic cheese bombs, a side that will truly be the star of your meal! 
Garlic Cheddar Biscuits are the perfect side to any meal from spaghetti to fried chicken. As much as I love a good biscuit, adding cheese and garlic takes these from regular ol'  biscuits into crazy good garlic cheese bombs, a side that will truly be the star of your meal! 

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  1. Your recipes look amazing…CAn’t wait to start cooking and baking…running out of room in my little freezer though…lol..Happy Easter….

  2. Your garlic cheddar biscuits make my mouth watering! After finishing them and freezing, which way is suitable for reheating them? Using oven or microwave?

    1. I have not tried re-heating these, however I would think to use the microwave. Let me know how it works if you do try it.

      1. Hi Maureen, we haven’t tried freezing them but I would bake them, let them cool completely, and then pop them in the freezer to store. They should last a few months in the freezer! Let us know how they turn out.

  3. I want to make these for a work pot luck. Can I prepare them at night, put them in the fridge, and bake them in the morning?

  4. I made these tonight and they were a hit! I used shredded cheese inside because that’s all I had. I will be making them again! Next time I will probably make the biscuit dough from scratch. Thanks for a great recipe!

  5. Hello I want to make these. But I live in an area where there are no available biscuit dough. Any suggestions? Thanks very much.

    1. you can make your own quickly.. add two cups self rising flour to a bowl about a haf tsp of salt. couple drops or a splash of vanilla and a 1/2 tsp of baking powder. add a stick of butter and a 1/2 cup of buttermilk. generous dallop of shortening (just about a tbsp.} mix dry ingredient . fold in shortening and butter. vanilla and stir slowly add buttermilk to make a sticky batter. fold several times then dump out on a floured surface and knead for a minute adding just enough flour to keep it from sticking to your hands and fold all of it a couple times{ dont overwork it.. {or they will be heavy and flat.) {if you freeze the butter and shred it while frozen it makes em lighter and fluffier.) this makes about a dozen coffee cup sized biscuits.. or two dozen of those cheese bombs. You can add a little seasoning to em in the dry mix if you like. pepper or garlic. etc..i’ve tried all kinds of stuff and i can tell you what doesnt work very well. nothing with salt or they dry out and taste funky..I.E. tony chacharies or seasoned salt,garlic salt etc….garlic is nice in em as is a little basil and oregeno if you are gonna garlic em and serve with pasta or just for breakfast.. i use the same recipe for dumplings. works pretty good. especially if dough has extra flavor. use a little less buttermilk and add a little chicken stock to make em a little tastyer. just a little dab will do ya…..{can you tell im hungry while typing this?} lol but the basic recipe is simple and makes delicious biscuits4 stars

  6. For anyone not living in the US or some parts of Canada. ie. living in the world. “Biscuit dough” is quick bread dough or scone dough.

  7. Made these with Christmas dinner this year and featured the recipe on my blog where I write about trying out ideas I find on Pinterest. 3 stars

  8. This recipe is just amazing! We cannot find premade biscuits in the Netherlands (or in the supermarket where I usually shop) so I replaced it with pizza dough and it worked just perfect. You have a great website and thank you for the inspiration!

  9. This is a keeper! Can’t wait to try it when things cool off a little this summer. Loved the previous suggestion about the jalapeno addition.

  10. I live in Africa, so no canned biscuits available to me. I just made my own quick biscuit recipe (2 c. flour, 2 tsp. baking powder, 1 tsp. salt, then stir in 1 c. milk, 2 TB oil) and it worked like a charm. Yummy! Thanks for the recipe!

  11. Yum! im australian so i didnt know where to get biscuit dough so i made a simple no yeast pizza dough instead. So delicious!!!!!

  12. My kids would be so excited to find the leftovers of these in their lunch boxes. These would be perfect for an appetizer party!

  13. hi… these look delicious!! wanna try making them soon!……..whats premade biscuits?

    instead of parmesan cheese, is thr a substitute?

    1. Premade biscuits are found in the refrigerator section in most North American grocery stores (they are similar to an Austrialian scone). You could try any type of cheese with these!

  14. i have a party tonight. Am I able to cost them with the butter, garlic, etc and store it till its time to cook them or wait to do all that when its time to serve. Thank you

    1. I haven’t tried pre-making them Jude so I can’t say 100% for sure. If they are refrigerated for an hour or two I think it should still be fine.

  15. Made these for a party last night and they were great!! They lasted about ten seconds when they came out of the oven, everyone loved them! Super easy to put together.

  16. Great – I’m sitting here looking at this at 7:30am – and now I am starving for lunch! Cheese bombs look like THE BOMB! I am going to have to put making these on my to do list! Thanks for sharing!

  17. I think that in Peru do not sell those biscuits that you are using in this recipe. Do you have any suggestions for these cases? Thanks

    1. I’m not exactly sure what is available to you but I do know it’s similar to scone dough in Australia… hopefully that helps.

      1. I would use scone dough as well as we don’t have biscuit dough in the uk. It is a very similar recipe to biscuits. Going to make these next time we have friends over. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Pretty much any of the canned biscuits will work with this recipe! I used the smaller biscuits but the bigger ones work well too!

      1. I used the bigger flaky biscuits (8 to a can) and could almost get four bombs out of each biscuit! Really yummy – but I upped the garlic to three cloves instead of one (we’re weird about garlic). I also nuked the butter a little longer to try to infuse more flavor into the butter. A little tomato sauce for dipping and we’ll never have to buy the local pizzeria garlic knots again! Will be adding this to the recipe book! Thanks a bunch!

  18. How should these be stored, and how long will they keep that way? I was hoping to make them ahead of time for a party.

    1. I haven’t made them ahead of time so I can’t say for sure. I would say that if you did them the day before, they should be cooled completely and stored in the fridge. Before serving I would suggest reheating them in the oven at 350 for about 7 minutes or so checking that the cheese inside is warm and melted.