When my husband and I were first married, we could get biscuits super cheap... and being the poor college students we were that was a great motivating factor to buy them and try to stretch them into a meal! I'm about to share one of the ways we enjoyed eating the biscuits (that seriously we got for like a quarter per package of 10 biscuits)... I'm not about to say these are the tastiest little things ever, but I have since learned that children love them! I still make them on occasion - especially when we have a lot of little mouths to feed! These go quickly when there are little hands and mouths around ;).
Cut the cheese into slices and the the lunch meat into smaller pieces.
Open the biscuit package and try not to let it scare you to death! (Seriously, I hate these things!)
Using your fingers
(or a rolling pin if you would rather)
flatten the biscuit out.
Place a piece of lunch meat and a slice of cheese onto the flattened biscuit.
Next, grab the edges and pinch together.
Fold in the ends.
Make sure they edges are good and sealed.
If they are not, you'll have a little (or a lot) of cheese leak out!
Once the edges are all sealed together,
Place on a cookie sheet
and repeat with remaining biscuits, cheese and lunch meat.
Bake at 350-400 degrees (use recommended temperature on the biscuit package.)
for about 12 minutes. If you use grand size biscuits you'll need to bake a bit longer.
Remove from oven and let cool for a few minutes.
These make a great lunch item or snack!