Garlic-Parmesan Swirl Biscuits

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Dress up your bread basket with these simple, but elegant Garlic-Parmesan Swirl Biscuits. Packed with flavor, they are fun to make and great to eat!

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Sometimes the bread basket can be considered an after thought. You’ve put so much effort into the main meal — or simply getting any dinner on the table in the first place — that what goes in the bread basket might be the furthest thing from your mind.

However, as I go on 20-some years of cooking budget meals for a crowd, I’ve learned that a little extra effort in the baked goods makes a huge impact at the dinner table. A humble meal of soup is suddenly transformed into something amazing.

Such is the case with these Garlic-Parmesan Swirl Biscuits. They really don’t take that much more work than regular biscuits. In fact, I mix them up in the food processor and they come together in minutes. Sure, it takes a little thought to soften some butter. But, overall, this ain’t no big thing.

You can totally handle it. I know it.

Garlic-Parmesan Swirl Biscuits | Good Cheap Eats

What seems more special occasion than swirl biscuits filled with garlic butter?! Not much. And even better? You can make several batches and freeze them. Then bake them whenever you want.

Instant fanciness without even getting floury hands!

Tools to make this process easy:

Updated April 9, 2017

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  1. Nancy says

    Yum-o! These sound great and easy. Will have to give them a whirl.

  2. Allie Z says

    Are these crunchy or soft? I'm guessing crunchy. Looks tasty!

  3. Adrienne says

    I came here from Tara's Feels Like Home. I can't wait to make these!

  4. Heather says

    Made these with half wheat half white flower. Super easy and the hubs really enjoyed them! Will be making these again for sure!

  5. Fleur says

    I was just wondering if these can be made-ahead and frozen?

    • Jessica says

      @Fleur, I’m not sure. I haven’t tried that. I make the mix ahead of time. And you could make the garlic butter in advance and freeze as well. If you try it, let me know how it turns out!

  6. JOY says

    Thanks – I’m going to make these along with your Chicken Noodle Soup! YUM!

  7. Jessica, these biscuits rock!! I made them tonight and everyone went crazy over them. I only made a single recipe since I didn’t know if people would like them but definitely need to double it next time. (I’ve got 6 kiddos, too!)

    We thought they tasted like Red Lobster biscuits only better. The kids started calling them Parmiscuits just to be silly. 🙂

    • Jessica says

      LOVE i! Thanks for letting me know. (And yes, I had Red Lobster in mind when I was creating the recipe.)

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