February 01, 2011

Tuesdays At The Table - Meatball Bubble Biscuits

Hi gang.  Sorry my TATT post is so late!  I know, it's completely unlike me...but I'm sick. AGAIN!!  This time, they are pretty sure that I'm either having a gallbladder "attack" or they need to take it out.  All I can say is "holy moley, I'm in pain".

Because of this, I'm having another throwback week. Back from when there weren't even a fraction of you lovelies that read and linked up to TATT.  :-)  By the way - I love, love, love reading all your recipes each week!!

Lovely Yellow Ribbons

Meatball Bubble Biscuits

1 can (12 oz) buttermilk or original flaky Pillsbury biscuits
10 frozen cooked meatballs that have been thawed and cut in half
2 sticks (1 oz. each) of string cheese, cut into 10 pieces
1 tbsp of grated parmesan cheese
1/2 tsp of italian seasoning
1/4 tsp of garlic
1 cup of marinara sauce, heated
Seperate the can of biscuits into 10 biscuits, then seperate each biscuit into 2 layers. Press each newly formed biscuit into a 3 inch round.

Place a meatball half and a piece of string cheese in the center of each dough round. Wrap around and press shut each dough round.
In an 8 or 9 inch cake pan, place each seam size down in a single layer.

Sprinkle evenly with garlic, italian seasoning and parmesan cheese.  Bake 20-25 minutes at 375.  Dip in marinara and enjoy. :-)

What's cooking in your kitchen?


  1. Your Meatball Bubble Biscuits look really good. They would be great for a party.I brought you my Roasted Chicken With Winter Vegetables. The Ice Storm has arrived here, hope everyone will be warm and cozy. Thank you for hosting us today!

  2. Wow, those really sound good. Great idea for Superbowl Sunday. :)

  3. Oh Cole, if your in pain and they are telling you that it's your Gull Bladder causing the problems, then HAVE THEM TAKE IT OUT! (!!!!!!!!!!) Trust me, otherwise the problem will re-occur again, and again, ... . Been there and experienced that. 8-/ In-fact, I clearly remember waking up with full out and out labor pains at 5 am one morning. Time-able labor pains!!! 8-/ That lasted for over three hours. Go with the surgery friend! And the sooner the better! my gull stone labor pains (my body was trying to deliver the stone, which was way to big to pass .....) happened after scheduling the surgery, but before the surgery happened. Oh how I hope this does NOT happen to you!!

    Thanks for being in pain and yet still allowing us the fun of linking up! You rock!

    And thanks for reposting this recipe. I don't remember it. But I have one son in particular whom I know would really go for these.


  4. Sorry you've been under the weather...

    Today I'm linking up French Breakfast Puffs, the latest in our year-long muffin baking adventure. These are easy to do and delicious. Thanks for hosting. :) Blessings!

  5. I am new to your blog, and I'm loving it! Thanks for giving us a place to share all of our recipes!
    Kirby @Kirbyathome.blogspot.com

  6. Oh, and sorry I linked twice! I'm new to this linking business! :)

  7. I just found you thanks to Newlyweds link up and I have to say I just love your blog, can't wait to dig around on here and to make some of your recipes.

    Thanks for hosting!

  8. Here is a very informative article on gallbladder issues:

    Diet is the key factor, one with healthy fats and much less processed food. I hope that you are able to get relief from your pain without surgery, if possible.

  9. So sorry you are feeling so bad. I hope they get you fixed up very soon and out of pain.

    I love your recipe today.

  10. Hi Cole! I hope you feel better very soon!
    I am sharing my yummy recipe for Pork Pozole Soup.

  11. I am so sorry that you are not feeling well! Thank you so much for hosting us today. I've linked up my banana muffins. I pray you get to feeling better soon. Candace

  12. Oooh, those sound really good! I wish I had stuff on hand to make them, since I'm snowed in. I hope you are feeling better!

  13. So sorry to hear that you are in such pain - hope you feel better soon. Thanks for putting up the linky anyway!

  14. I hope you feel better!! :(

    This sounds delicious!! Hmmm maybe I'll try it out this weekend!!

  15. I believe I have most of those ingredients in my pantry - great recipe!

  16. First time in your blog and linked a simple dish of mine:) Get well soon and stay warm!

  17. Hi, visiting your blog for the first time

  18. I know whole oat porridge doesn't SOUND like much, but it's so warm and nourishing and very very good for you!

  19. I wish you to be well real soon. Take care. thanks for the linky

  20. I am sorry that you are not feeling well and I wish you a speedy and complete recovery. Pain is certainly no fun.

  21. So glad I found the group....hope ur feeling better soon!

  22. Yum, gonna make these soon. Sorry to hear about your gall bladder....hope all goes well :)

  23. I had my gall bladder taken out about 3 years ago, it was a snap and you will feel so much better it is out. Thanks for you thoughts for my sweet Paige you will be in our thoughts as well.

  24. So sorry you're sick hun! I know I've been such a sucky bloggy friend lately but I'm hoping to be back in the swing of things now. I hope you feel better soon!


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