HOW TO MAKE BISCUIT CHEESE BURSTS

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Biscuit Cheese Bursts are so much fun to make, easy and good.  Serve these biscuit cheese bursts with chili or just about any kind of soup.  They are good with any meal.  Biscuit Cheese Bursts are a fun project to do with children, too, and they will love the melted cheese in a biscuit.

1 can Flaky Jumbo Buttermilk Biscuits (You can use about any kind of biscuit, even homemade. These are just easy to pull apart)
8 cubes cheddar cheese (can use whatever cheese you like)
2 -3 tablespoons milk
About a teaspoon of either sesame seeds or poppy seeds (I used some of both on these biscuits and I used the toasted sesame seeds)

Place the biscuits on a baking sheet.  Pull apart and insert a piece of cheese in each biscuit.  Pinch the outside of the biscuits together. Cut a large X into the top of each biscuit.  Brush the biscuit tops with the milk and sprinkle on sesame or poppy seeds or both.  Preheat oven to 400 degrees and cook 10 to 12 minutes.  Makes 8 large biscuits.  Enjoy!

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