These Mozzarella Puffs are biscuits stuffed with cubes of mozzarella cheese, oregano, garlic and brushed with pizza sauce. You could also add some pepperoni inside! These quick and easy rolls could be served as an appetizer or roll with dinner.
My husband is headed to London for work soon and it reminded me of the last (and only) time I went to London was with him 8 years ago. While he was working the whole time, the other wives and I toured London and had the time of our lives.
We still made memories like my husband ironing my hair with an actual iron because I blew the fuse on my straightener (what was I thinking?)!
On the very last night we were there, the fire alarm went off at 3AM at the hotel we were all staying in.
As were all standing in the parking lot waiting for the all-clear to go back in I looked around some of his teammates who were clearly not happy about being outed with the current company in their rooms.
I’m talking girls who were missing most of their teeth and some that looked like they were straight up off the corner. Just proof that bad decisions have a tendency to surface their way out.
The food in London…left much to be desired. Bangers and mash? Not for me.
Just give me a carb and some cheese and I’m a happy girl. Just like these Mozzarella Puffs. They’re so simple: biscuit, cheese, oregano, and a little garlic because I have to have garlic in everything.
Each biscuit it topped with a cube of cheese. Trust me, cubes are way easier then shredded cheese here kind of like in these Pizza Rolls. A sharp cheddar would be fabulous inside too.
Once you’ve sealed the biscuit around the cheese, brush it with some pizza sauce. You want to brush as much as you can.
The only way you can screw these up is by not sealing them enough or stretching the biscuit dough too thin like I did in the one above.
OTHER CHEESE RECIPES:
- Pizza Quesadilla
- Cheesy Baked Eggs
- Baked Brie
- Gorgonzola and Honey Bruschetta
- Cheesy Broccoli Bacon Chicken
- Pepperoni Cheese Stick Roll Up
- 1 (7.5 ounce) package refrigerated buttermilk biscuits
- 1 teaspoon dried oregano
- 1 teaspoon garlic salt
- 4 ounces block mozzarella cheese
- 2 tablespoons pizza sauce
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Spray cooking sheet with cooking spray.
- Make an indentation in the center of each biscuit.
- Sprinkle with oregano and garlic salt.
- Cut the mozzarella into 10 cubes. Place a cube in the center of each biscuit.
- Pinch dough tightly around cheese to seal. Seal tightly so the cheese doesn't leak out.
- Place seam side down on a baking sheet.
- Brush pizza sauce over the tops of the biscuits.
- Bake at 375 degrees 10-15 minutes.
Source: adapted from Food.com
Looking for appetizer recipes for New Years Eve…I know…i’m slightly early…I am excited to try these!
Early and on top of it! Get it girl.
Bonjour, je suis française et votre recette me donne envie 😃 mais par quoi puis je remplacer votre pâte ?? Merci et bonne continuation 😉
Voud Peut Utliser Tout Tomate Base sauce dans place du pizzun sauce.
Miss Christy, Fifi wants to know what kind of dough to use instead of the biscuit dough in a pop open container. I’m not sure that they have that at the supermarket in France. I speak french fluently so please let me know if I can help translate in any way.
Oddly, my name really is France 🙂
You can use any kind of dough like pizza dough. Good luck!
Hello! I love things like this (especially bosco sticks) and have even tried to make them in the past but I have a problem with the cheese ALWAYS leaking out.. I’ve tried Pillsbury pizza dough and the buiscis, should I try an egg wash to help seal them or what? Any tips would be much obliged ^_^
An egg wash could help. I just really seal them and make sure that there aren’t thin spots anywhere.
These look delish! I got on here to try the pumpkin pie. I’m going to make these first, yum! 🎃
Hi Christy, super smart to use cheese cubes instead of fiddling about with grated cheese. Will definitely use this technique sometime.
My response is simple but powerful: O.M.G.
Could I prepare these early and then refrigerate or freeze for later baking? Just thinking about putting these together tonight to take to a party tomorrow.
Hmm. I don’t know. Sometimes biscuit dough gets funky if you leave it out too long.
Oh my goodness! These look delicious!
I love your London story!
They look so amazing with that melted mozzarella!
Oh my gosh – those look so good! And look easy enough that even I could do it! Thanks!
Will these stay moist and cheesy after they have cooled?
Mine did but they didn’t last long enough to cool. They’re definitely better warm.
Good gracious! These are the yummiest looking little cheese bombs ever!
It would be dangerous to make this. I think I would eat them all before I could serve them. You know how it goes, you try with one and then another and then before you realize they are all gone. I will still make them, one day!
Oh what a good idea for breakfast! We’re interesting in making this. Thanx!
What an ABSOLUTELY SCRUMPTIOUS idea! We did this with cream cheese filling but mozzarella sounds awesome too. Thanks for the WONDERFUL idea! You’re doing great things with your blog!
Now I want to try cream cheese.