Stir and Season Saturday

"Stir and Season" Saturday

This recipe came from a friend...I have served it at playgroups, brunches, family get-togethers and to guests in our home for breakfast. They are easy and so delicious!!!

Cheddar Ham Cups

2 cups of finely shredded cheese

5 oz of thinly sliced deli ham, chopped

3/4 mayo

1/3 cup real bacon bits

2 tsp. dijon mustard

1 tub of large refrigerated flaky biscuits


In a bowl, combine the cheese, ham, mayo, bacon and mustard. Split biscuits into thirds; Press onto the bottom and up the sides of ungreased miniature muffin cup pan;Fill each with about 1 tsp of cheese mixture; Bake at 450 for 9-11 minutes or until golden brown and cheese is melted. Let stand for two minutes before removing from the pan; Serve warm; Yields about 2 1/2 doz.



34 comments:

the undomesticated wife said...

This sounds REALLY good (minus the ham of course LOL). Maybe I'll pass this recipe on to Hubs. ;)

Mimi Sue said...

Sounds delish. It'd be great for breakfast, don't you think? Mimi

Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

Sounds like a keeper...I'm going try it!

Liz said...

sounds very yummy!

Becky said...

Now I know what to do with my 8 pounds of ham leftovers. Thank you :-)

AnnaSam said...

OOOh This sounds wonderful! I'll be trying this. Thanks for sharing. Have a blessed weekend.
Juanita

Davisix said...

This sounds yummy...and easy! We don't do mustard though but they would still be good without, right? Ang

Beth@Pages of Our Life said...

Drooling! I memorized it so I could do it.

Thanks

Half Gaelic, Half Garlic! said...

This sounds perfect for a cold winter day!! I always look forward to your Stir and Season posts!!

Have a wonderful weekend!

Lisa

Busy Bee Suz said...

I love this. You have the best ideas...so smart. :)

Keeper of the Skies Wife said...

Easy recipe. I love ham!

Melissa Ellen Tweak said...

I'm headed out of town for a wedding today - I'm glad we are going but its rainy outside and I'd really like to stay home and lounge...then i read this post - and that recipe - and now i reallllly wanna stay home. Aren't I awful? Oh man - I hope tomorrow is rainy and chilly like today so I can make that tomorrow. Thanks for the share!!!! That is sooo right up my alley!

Jillene said...

This sounds YUMMY!! I think that my kids would even eat it!!

April said...

Oh, wow, do those ever sound good!!! My family would love them! Looks like I have a new recipe to try out. Thanks so much!

mysteryhistorymom said...

You always have the best recipes, my friend! You know I will be trying this one, too! Thanks for sharing! Lori

JuJu and Family said...

Ohh this sounds good. I don't eat meat (my family does though), so I can see how this recipe can be altered to make all of us happy. I may be at the store today.

Joanna said...

That sounds so good! I am hungry right now and wish that I had the things to make it. *smiles*

Jan said...

Sounds so yummy and easy. Thanks.

jennykate77 said...

YUMM-O! These sound delish! Thanks for the easy recipe :)

Hope you're enjoying your weekend!

Lindsey said...

Yummy! Thanks for the recipe!

Sandy said...

Yip, used to make those in my papmpered chef days! Thanks for the great reminder! :)

Heather said...

Ohh that recipe sounds very yummy - especially for the upcoming family, and guests!

Also, I love your ribbon organizer. I truly love ribbon and have bags of it - not organized I might add!

Holly said...

Oh my goodness you made my mouth water! I am on my way over to your place!

Chris said...

Oh my, this sounds wonderful, going in my collections. thank you so much.

Hugs,
Chris

Darlene said...

Ooooo those sound really good and EASY!! I will definitely be trying this recipe...thanks for sharing!

Ashley Griffin said...

i love these. we make them too except we add eggs to the mixture! Mmmm good!

michele said...

This sounds very yummy...hope you are having a great weekend!

Keli said...

I will definitely have to print this recipe!! Sounds so good! Thanks!

Ticklish Mermaids said...

I love the recipe and the picture of the pot. I cannot deside which I like better.

Tricia Anne said...

Oh yum. Thank you for sharing!!
Sincerely ~ Tricia Anne

Ruby Red Slippers said...

This sounds easy and good! I have snack for my Bible study on Tuesday-I'm bringing this!

Daphine said...

This sounds delicious!

keeper of the chocolates said...

oh this sounds yummy! could you come by and share this with mr linky and my readers too! :)

hugs
shelbi

Carol VR said...

Saw the recipe and thought you may be interested in a recipe exchange.

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