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Tiny Cream Cheese Biscuits

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Tiny cream cheese biscuits are so easy to make that I have the recipe committed to memory.

These literally melt in your mouth. You won’t be sorry that you made these tiny cream cheese biscuits, we pinky-swear promise!

I love going to potluck gatherings, don’t you? Typically I discover new-to-me foods and recipes. Such is the case with this recipe. Years ago, I attended a morning coffee event and we each had to bring a dish. One person brought tiny cream cheese biscuits and I had to refrain from eating every-single-one. Yes, they were that delicious!

Biscuits are quintessentially a southern staple. Every family that I know has a recipe that they pass down from generation to generation. There are a variety of biscuits: buttermilk, angel, rolled, drop, hand – well, you get the idea! I was so happy to learn of a new type of biscuit.

This recipe comes together quickly, which is an added bonus.

Simple Ingredients

All you need are 3 ingredients – cream cheese, butter and self-rising flour. You don’t even need to grease the muffin tin.

Yield: 18 bisucuits

Tiny Cream Cheese Biscuits

Tiny Cream Cheese Biscuits

Light and fluffy mini biscuits full of buttery, cream cheese flavor. They are quick and easy to make!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes

Ingredients

  • 8 ounce package cream cheese, softened
  • 1/2 cup butter, softened
  • 1 cup self-rising flour

Instructions

  1. Beat cream cheese and butter at medium speed with an electric mixer 2 minutes or until creamy.
  2. Gradually add flour, beating at low speed just until blended.
  3. Spoon dough into ungreased miniature (1 3/4-inch) muffin pans, filling full.
  4. Bake at 400 degrees for 15 to 17 minutes or until golden brown. Serve biscuits hot.

Light and fluffy

These biscuits are light and fluffy even though they have cream cheese in them. They are best served right out of the oven. Fair warning…you can’t eat just one. LOL

My family doesn’t feel the need to slather these in butter, but feel free to do so. If I make them for breakfast, I like to add a bit of strawberry freezer jam to them. BTW, I love my vintage Rosedale Johnson Bros. dinnerware. Do you use your vintage plates for everyday use?

Biscuits are so popular because they pair well with a variety of foods. Whether it’s breakfast with bacon and eggs or suppertime with fried chicken and green beans, biscuits are a perfect companion. These tiny biscuits are perfect served with soups and chili’s too.

Think of making these during the holidays too. Your family and guests always love them. Do you have a favorite biscuit recipe?

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6 Comments

  1. Colleen B - Tx says:

    In my drop biscuits I like to add in a few other items; finely grated cheddar cheese, seasonings and sometimes finely diced green bell pepper and using my large cookie scoop I drop them in my large cast iron skillet.

    1. Hi Colleen!
      Your drop biscuits sound delicious! Using a cookie scoop is a great idea. We need to start doing that!
      Thanks so very much for sharing!
      All the best ~
      Vicki and Jenn ~ 2 Bees

  2. I am making these this weekend. They look delicious and oh so easy!

    1. Hi Kathy-
      We are so excited that you are going to make our tiny cream cheese biscuits! We hope that you love them as much as we do!

      All the best ~
      Vicki and Jenn ~ 2 Bees

  3. I hope to make these soon, They look so delicious!

    1. Hi Linda! We are so happy that you are making our tiny cream cheese biscuit! We hope you love them!
      All the best ~
      Vicki and Jenn ~ 2 Bees

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