Ham and Cheese Yums

Jen X


All I can say is I love Pilsbury!
There are soooo many different ways to prepare dishes like this, I've used bacon, eggs and cresent rolls as well, just formed them differently depending on my mood!


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2-8 depending on intended use
10 Min
15 Min


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1 pkg
pilsbury grands biscuits (prefer honey butter flavor)
4 oz
ham (prefer half an 8 oz fully cooked ham steak)
4 oz
shredded cheddar
cooking spray or foil
egg wash or melted butter w/ garlic powder (optional)

How to Make Ham and Cheese Yums


  • 1Preheat oven to 350
  • 2Dice the ham into tiny pieces, place on a skillet sprayed with cooking oil and fry up for about 3 minutes
  • 3Line a cookie sheet with foil or add cooking spray
  • 4Open the package of biscuits and split each one in half
  • 5Line the cookie sheet with the bottom half of 8 biscuits, flatten them as much as possible to make them larger in diameter (I stretch them a bit before laying them down)
  • 6Place 1/2 ounce of cheese on each biscuit bottom, then place 1/2 ounce of the fried ham pieces on top of the cheese
  • 7Take the biscuit tops, stretch them out and place them on top of the ham, pinching the edges into the bottom of the biscuits to completely close the ham and cheese inside
  • 8If desired, brush the biscuit tops with an egg wash, or I generally like to add a little melted butter with a dash of garlic powder (you can also brush the biscuit bottoms with the butter/garlic before adding the cheese if you prefer)
  • 9Bake for 15 minutes! The serving amounts depend on what these are made for, we ate 3 per person as a dinner entree, or you can serve 1 or 2 per person for snacks and appetizers

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About Ham and Cheese Yums

Course/Dish: Sandwiches
Main Ingredient: Pork
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids

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