Indulge in the delectable delight of garlic cheese biscuits that perfectly combine the savory flavors of garlic and cheese in every bite.
You know that we’re all about some over the top flowers, elaborate events, and awesome venues for bringing you all some entertaining inspiration.
At the end of the day though, most of us are entertaining at home or with family and friends over more casual occasions.
So we want to bring you very doable recipes and decor ideas that are easy to throw together for a quick gathering. In this instance, we hosted a low-key brunch with our family in our newly renovated dining room at home.
Maybe it’s the Southern gal in us, but you can’t have a brunch without biscuits, right?! We made SUPER easy garlic & herb Boursin cheese biscuits to accompany a few other staples.
And honestly, this recipe is more of an easy hack to spruce up your regular ole biscuits!
When it comes to our parties, it’s usually a family affair. If someone offers to help with something, we always take them up on it!
To accompany the biscuits, we made bacon wrapped dates, chicken and donut skewers, a mocktail fruit punch bowl, and fresh fruit with coconut cool whip for something sweet.
My brother made the maple bacon and pork sausage, and my mother in law made her famous egg casserole to round it all out!
Then everyone chips in when it comes to cleaning up. I’m also a big fan of using my cute dishware for serving buffet style and then disposable plates, napkins, and flatware for easy cleanup of everything else.
Garlic Cheese Biscuits Recipe
- 5.2 oz Boursin Garlic & Fine Herb Cheese or any spreadable garlic herb cheese
- 24 biscuit
- Whether you're prepping your own homemade biscuit recipe or using an already prepared version to bake at home, place the chilled dough onto cookie sheets.
- Spread about 2 tablespoons of Boursin cheese on top of each biscuit before baking.
- Follow appropriate heating instructions and timing based on your biscuit recipe as usual.
- Serve the freshly baked biscuits warm and be sure to store leftover biscuits in the refridgerator to keep the Boursin fresh and chilled before reheating.