Thursday, April 30, 2009

Disappearing Biscuits

These are easy, fun to make, and fun to let kids help out with!

Disappearing Bisuits

You'll need:
  • 1 can of bisuits, or a batch of Bisquick biscuits (the small batch to make about 9), rolled out and cut into circles
  • Marshmallows
  • Melted butter, about 2 T
  • Cinnamon/sugar mixture
Now the fun part! Cut the marshmallows in half, then roll in the butter then the cinnamon/sugar mix. Place it in the middle of the biscuit dough, then seal the dough around the marshmallow.

Place it on a baking sheet, seam-side down, and bake according to the cooking directions on the package. You'll want to make sure it's cooked thoroughly, so you may need to add a minute or two.

As you can see from my picture, I should have left them in the oven for another minute or so because the marshmallow didn't "disappear" all the way, but that's ok, it was still fun to eat!


  1. I remember we made these in Home Economics in middle school! I absolutely loved them, and have been wanting to somehow find the recipe so I can make them again (not that I can eat them...)! Thanks for the post!

  2. It's also fun to wrap cresent rolls around the marshmellows. I think it's a little more messy, but equally tasty :)

  3. I made these in school too, it must be in the curriculum or something! But Shiv, I like the idea of using crescent rolls, I'll have to give that one a try!