Barbecue Biscuit Cups

Photo Credit: The Country Cook

This Barbecue Biscuit Cups Recipe is a quick and easy dinner or appetizer idea that the whole family will love. With ground beef, barbecue sauce, shredded cheese and refrigerated biscuits, dinner will be ready in no time. To make this barbecue biscuit cups recipe start by browning the ground beef and drain any excess oil, then mix in the barbecue sauce. Refrigerated regular sized biscuits are placed in greased muffin tins with the ground beef mixture on top. Top with shredded cheddar and you are ready to bake. This delicious and easy recipes with biscuit dough idea can be served with fresh salad or fries. You can substitute the ground beef with ground turkey or ground chicken. You can also substitute the bbq sauce for sloppy Joe sauce or taco cups. This refrigerated biscuits recipe idea is a fun and easy meal idea for any day of the week.

It seems lately that we hear about grass fed beef more and more. For the most part grass-fed cows eat mostly grass, while grain-fed cows eat mostly soy and corn (which is unnatural to them) during the latter part of their lives. So while most cows start out on pasture, drinking milk and eating grass. It is, however, the conventionally raised cows that are later moved to feedlots and fed grain-based diets, while grass-fed cows may continue to live on grassland. What a lot of people don't realize is that what a cow eats can have a major effect on the nutrient composition of the beef. This is evident when it comes to the fatty acid composition of beef. Grass-fed beef usually contains less total fat than grain-fed beef, which means that gram for gram, grass-fed beef contains fewer calories. Another choice that consumers have is to buy organic beef. Certified organic beef is meat that comes from a fully verifiable production system, that collects information on the complete history of each animal in the program, this according to the USDA.

Nutrition Facts for: Barbecue Biscuit Cups from The Country Cook

Ingredients: Ground beef, barbecue sauce, dry minced onion, refrigerated biscuits, cheddar cheese.

* The entire recipe has been calculated for 10 servings.

* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet

* Per Serving: Calories 260, Calories from Fat 76, Total Fat 8.4g 13%, Saturated Fat 3.9g 20%, Cholesterol 52mg 17%, Sodium 803mg 33%, Potassium 297mg 8%, Carbohydrates 25.9g 9%, Dietary Fiber 0.8g 3%, Sugars 7.8g, Protein 19.2g, Vitamin A 3%, Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 9%, Iron 54%

All history, veterinary care, and feed on the animal must be kept track of. Also to be certified as organic, all of the cattle should be born and raised on certified organic pasture. Never receive antibiotics and never receive any growth-promoting hormones. Are to be fed only certified organic grains, with corn considered a grain and grasses. And must have unrestricted outdoor access. Certified organic ground beef ensures that the meat comes from happy cows who were fed a healthy diet of organic grains and grasses, and able to have outdoor access and fresh air. Using grass fed beef and organic beef are two better options for raising cows than conventionally raised cows.Thank you to Brandie at "The Country Cook" recipe site for sharing this refrigerated biscuits recipe for barbecue biscuit cups. This is just one of the recipes with biscuit dough you will find on the site. Some of the recipes you will find on the site include appetizer recipes, side dish ideas, bread recipes, breakfast recipes, dessert recipes, drink recipes, main dish recipes and so much more. *

Learn MORE / Get RECIPE at The Country Cook


To help with slow website load, we have put all photos for this article here: View photo gallery.


Privacy Policy