Stacked Layers of Cheese Biscuit Muffins.

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I hope you are not tired of learning about Angel Biscuit dough and what can be made with it because I have a delicious, cheesy biscuit muffin to share with you. Tonight with our dinner we are having Stacked Layers of Cheese Biscuit Muffins.

Layers of Cheese in a delicious biscuit muffin.
Stacked Layers of Cheese Biscuit Muffins.
Stacked Layers of Cheese Biscuit Muffins
by the seat of my pants!
375-degree oven

1 portion Angel Biscuit Dough, (for the dough recipe, click here , for more recipes click here! )
garlic salt
grated cheese
flour or oat bran for rolling out the dough

Using 1 portion of dough, roll out to a large rectangle.

This photo shows the size needed, for so many layers!

Butter lightly, sprinkle with garlic salt, divide lengthwise into 4 portions.

Sprinkle one portion with cheese, carefully place a section on top. Sprinkle cheese on the new one on top, continuing until all 4 pieces have been stacked. 

Divide into 6 pieces, place in prepared muffin cups, standing up.

Layers of Cheese Biscuit Muffins, ready to serve.
Stacked Layers of Cheese Biscuit Muffins, freshly baked.

Bake 20 minutes or until done in your oven.

Homemade Crescent Roll dough.

The fourth portion will go into the freezer, for now.


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  1. Oh I' am so making these with my ANGEL BISCUIT dough which is in my fridge right this minute.Yes, I made the dough yesterday and my my my, its great.I made just plain biscuits with some and thought I'd do the monkey thingy tomorrow,, maybe this will be the one,, thanks for the great recipe!!

  2. Everything is better with cheese.

  3. Mmmm....those look and sound delish!

  4. I use the angel biscuit dough, stacked in the same way, but covered with a layer of butter and then cinnamon sugar. We call them cinnamon stacks and had them for breakfast on Saturday. I can't wait to try these.

  5. I love muffins and these sound so good! Please share your recipe with our readers by linking it up at Muffin Mondday. Thanks!

  6. These looks fantastic, I love the cheese under each layers! Looks really good. Thank you for sharing, Melynda!

  7. Like Laraine above, I've made something called cinnamon fan (or accordion) biscuits using this stacking technique. My son thinks it's cool. I'm glad to have a savory, cheesy way of doing this now! Thanks for sharing!

  8. Your Cheese Leaves muffins sound heavenly! Heading over to learn more about Angel Biscuit dough too...

    So glad I saw your link-up at the Tuesday Night Supper Club!

    New follower,
    Jenn/Rook No. 17

  9. Sounds excellent! Love cheese and these look so good!

  10. Cheese leaves muffins looks delicious.Thanks for sharing with Hearth and Soul hop.

  11. i never get sick of your gorgeous angel biscuits...and this rendition looks simply divine. i could eat a whole dozen! thank you for sharing with tuesday night supper club.

  12. Thanks so much for linking up and sharing your delicious recipe at Muffin Monday! Hope to see you again this week!

  13. I'm absolutely loving your Angel Biscuit recipes Melynda, and this cheese one sounds fantastic. Thank you for sharing it with Let's Do Brunch. Hope to see you there again this week - the linky is up now!


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