I have a bit of a soft spot for biscuits. I never really baked them that much until the last few years. But, now they are one of my favorite things to bake for breakfast or as a dinner accompaniment.
These Three Cheese Drop Biscuits are a favorite with us. They’re a great, quick, cheese-y option for breakfast or brunch. Plus, they are the perfect companion to a big bowl of soup or chili or even alongside some pasta.
The beauty of these biscuits is that you can easily change up the spices and cheeses to complement your meal. I almost always make them with garlic to go along with our tendencies to add garlic to pretty much everything we cook. Add a little fresh black pepper if you like, too. I also occasionally like using smoked paprika, which is one of my spice obsessions.
I know you’ve all heard for years how I can’t understand Quinn’s aversion to some foods (How can someone not like coconut?!?). It comes up a lot when you share meals with someone every day, you know. One of his biggest food dislikes is bacon. Let’s all just think about that for a minute. Bacon! Come on!
I, on the other hand, love bacon just like anyone should, although I don’t get to cook with it often. Thanks to PHILADELPHIA, though, I can enjoy a little bacon with the new Bacon Cream Cheese Spread. I have to tell you, a little bit of that delicious spread on one of these biscuits is just fabulous.
As with all of PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese, the new Bacon Cream Cheese Spread is made with fresh milk and real cream. But, now they’ve added Oscar Mayer bacon for a spread that’s a perfect pairing for biscuits, bagels, pretzels, sandwiches, and just about anything that would benefit from a little bacon.
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17 Comments on “Three Cheese Drop Biscuits”
These look great. I love anything cheese. This is the first time I have seen the cream cheese with bacon. I have to get it.
looks really good but i really must say –
3-cheese or Three-cheese Drop biscuits is how this should be written. I was excited thinking you were going to have 3 different kinds of recipes….;)
Philadelphia Cream cheese is hard to find in my country, and when you find it,it is very expensive because it is imported. I will make these biscuits and will try to emulate this delicious spread with regular cream cheese with crispy bacon added to it. Any tip to make it taste as similar as possible will be appreciated.
Cecilia, I’d just whip the cream cheese and stir in small pieces of bacon. It’s a pretty simple spread, flavor-wise – just cream cheese and bacon!
Now now I understand the coconut because I can’t really handle the texture of shredded coconut haha but Bacon…. now come on haha. 😉 These Cheese Drop Biscuits looks fantastic!
I’ve been stalking my store to find that bacon cream cheese. I can’t wait to try it! These biscuits look amazing. Biscuits are definitely one of my favorites foods – I need to make these!
These seriously look so good! I’ll have to keep this recipe on hand for emergency side dish options!
These look out of this world. I an new to drop biscuits. Never knew you could have such a quick biscuit in a matter of minutes and them taste oh so good. Pinned!!
I’d eat far too many of these at breakfast 🙂
These look so good!!
You had me at three cheese!
I bet these would be wonderful covered in a sausage milk gravy! My kids would love it.
I have a soft spot for biscuits too — I can’t help but LOVE all the cheesy goodness 🙂
I so rarely make rolls or biscuits to go with my meals. But these are easy enough that maybe I will!
P.S. bacon cream cheese!? Be still my heart.
mmmm the cream cheese spreads look so good! I love biscuits too and cheese is always a GREAT idea!
These biscuits would be perfect with a big steaming bowl of soup!! I’m drooling just thinking about it! 😉 And, I must find that bacon spread! My family would go crazy over it!