Monday, June 4, 2018

50¢ Canned Biscuit Garlic Knots

My Walmart sells little cans of biscuits for 50¢ so I usually keep one in the fridge for Sundays when I'm not making bread or rolls from scratch. I've wanted to try Canned Biscuit Garlic Knots for a while and we all agreed, they turned out well! Very easy and very tasty:@) There are lots of variations, you can add Italian Seasoning or some grated Parmesan. I also think a little garlic powder or Lawry's Seasoned Salt might be nice. Actually, I'd lightly sprinkle the seasoned salt right over the top of the rolls after brushing them with the butter mixture.

How to turn plain biscuits into cute garlic knots:@)

Canned Biscuit Garlic Knots-adapted from Pillsbury
~printable version~
7.5 oz can of biscuits
1 Tblsp butter
1 Tblsp olive oil-can use all butter
1 clove garlic, minced
2-3 tsp fresh parsley, minced
pinch of salt
few grinds of pepper
  1. Place butter, olive oil and garlic in microwave safe bowl. Microwave for a few seconds until butter melts.
  2. Mix in parsley, salt and pepper.
  3. Cut biscuits, straighten dough slightly, twist into a knot and tuck the loose end under the roll.
  4. Place on baking sheet and brush with butter mixture.
  5. Bake at 400 degrees for approximately 12-15 minutes, or until golden brown.
  6. Remove from oven, brush with more butter mixture and serve hot.
Eat well and have a happy day:@)

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  1. I could just sit down and eat these ALL! They really look yummy and I love bread!

  2. How easy and delicious are your knots Lynn! Much easier and economical than using breadstick dough. :)

  3. Now if that's not a great idea, Lynn! I will look for those little perfect for me. Your garlic knots look so pretty! As always, thank you for sharing.

  4. My boys would love these! SO easy and I know they'd be a hit around here!

  5. The garlic, butter and parsley have me drooling! Great idea with the refrigerator rolls :)

  6. Yep, this is right up my alley, thanks Lynn!


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