EASY Fall Leaf Biscuits
Written by on Monday, November 11th, 2013

cheese n garlic biscuits

This Thanksgiving, serve biscuits with a Fall flair, using your own trusty recipe (or for a quick & easy option, use canned biscuits), biscuit dough

a Fall leaf cookie cutter and a few simple toppings to SURPRISE your guests!

dough roll out

Using a rolling-pin and a little flour, roll-out your (homemade or pre-mixed) biscuit dough and cut fall leaf shapes using a cookie cutter.

leaf cut out

HELPFUL HINT:  While holding the cookie cutter in place, use a sharp knife to pull away the excess dough, leaving your leaf-shaped dough for baking.

biscuits_cut out

Place all of your Fall leaf-shaped biscuits onto a parchment-lined cookie sheet and bake according to recipe or instructions.

For extra flavor –  brush each biscuit with olive oil, add a small amount of shredded cheddar cheese and sprinkle some garlic salt on top, before baking.

biscuit_olive oil     biscuit_cheese n garlic salt

Display baked biscuits in a basket, lined with a Fall-colored linen napkin… serve.

OPTIONS: 

Not having Thanksgiving Dinner at your home?

Prior to baking, sprinkle a mix of cinnamon & sugar over butter-basted biscuits and serve them for breakfast!

cinnamon n sugar

Don’t have much time for preparation?

Make only a few Fall leaf biscuits to add-in with your other bread options, mixing in a little, festive touch.

Want to save time on Thanksgiving Day?

These toppings are SO flavorful that baking these ahead of time and warming them up will save you time because they’re so flavorful!

Happy Thanksgiving & Enjoy the Creativity!

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5 Comments

  1. Kathy says:

    My favorite dish is squash casserole. I make it every year because my children requested it ever since the first time I made it for them when they were very young.

  2. Amy says:

    My sister-in-law makes a delicious onion casserole each year. It sounds gross but it is wonderful! It has different types of cheese in it (not sure which kinds, but she did mention they are quite expensive).This is the dish I look forward to since I only get to experience it once a year.

  3. Linda says:

    I skip over the main course and right to dessert my favorite pumpkin pie with lots of whip cream.

  4. Nancy says:

    My favorite is just simple fresh cranberry salad with orange zest! Love it!

  5. Cindy says:

    My definite fave dish is my aunt’s sweet potato casserole! That’s a southern staple, and hers is out of this world! Some sweet, some crunch…wow, now I can’t wait for Thanksgiving!

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