HOW TO MAKE FRIED CANNED BISCUITS

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How to Make Fried Canned Biscuits

 

This is a simple and quick recipe for fried canned biscuits.  They make a great change for breakfast and are good with any meal.  Make them on a griddle or in a skillet.  This is an easy recipe for campers, too.  Children will love these with syrup and they are wonderful with sausage gravy.  Can reheat in microwave or wrap in foil, sprinkle with water and reheat in oven or over campfire. Great reviews on our site for this DIY easy, simple and fun recipe.  I make these a lot for my family and they are fun to make with children that like biscuits.

Fried canned biscuits are simple and delicious and so versatile!

1 (16.3 ounce) can Grands Flaky Biscuits
Butter for skillet or griddle

Pull the biscuits apart to make twice as many as the amount in the can.  Melt butter on griddle or in skillet.  I heat my griddle to about 350 degrees.  Brown biscuits on one side, flip and brown on the other side. Add butter to griddle to make biscuits brown more.   Serve with maple syrup or your favorite jams and jellies. Makes 16 fried biscuits.  Enjoy these fried canned biscuits!

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Fried Canned Biscuits

These fried canned biscuit are wonderful to enjoy with jelly and jams. Great to make when camping!
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Total Time20 mins
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American, southern
Keyword: fried biscuits, fried canned biscuits
Servings: 16 biscuits
Author: The Southern Lady Cooks

Ingredients

  • 1 16.3 ounce can Grands Flaky Biscuits
  • Butter for skillet or griddle

Instructions

  • Pull the biscuits apart to make twice as many as the amount in the can. Melt butter on griddle or in skillet
  • I heat my griddle to about 350 degrees. Brown biscuits on one side, flip and brown on the other side.
  • Add butter to griddle to make biscuits brown more. Serve with maple syrup or your favorite jams and jellies. Makes 16 fried biscuits. Enjoy these fried canned biscuits!

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31 Comments

  1. I did these biscuits 30 years ago While we were camping when our boys were little It was a special treat we only did when camping.

  2. These are delicious dipped in sugar and cinnamon.

  3. Wendy G. Mask says:

    Love your recipes . I was or needed to find out how do you measure a clove of garlic? If you don’t have anything other than the garlic…. The recipe with the fried biscuits my grandchildren will love… thank you!

    • The Southern Lady says:

      I hope this helps you Wendy: (Substitute 1/8 teaspoon powder for every clove of garlic called for in recipe.) OR. garlic salt (Substitute 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt for every clove of fresh garlic called for in recipe.

  4. Cannot wait to try this. Never had fried biscuits.

  5. I will definitely be making this.5 stars

  6. I use to shape into a donut poking a hole in the middle.fry then pour a powdered sugar glaze over.

  7. Can you freeze them after frying for use later on?

  8. Must try this! My mom used to flatten out canned biscuits and fill with fruit filling to make fried pies! Loved those and this sounds delicious too!5 stars

  9. Omg I used this for my cinnamon rolls..yummy

  10. Renee Kelly says:

    I agree with Carole: their griddle biscuits are delicious! Southern Lady, what do you think of using Grands frozen biscuits in this recipe? Of course they need time to thaw first, but I like the flavor of them much more than refrigerated ones.

  11. So I went to Bob Evan’s today and my husband and myself tried their new griddle biscuits. OMG, this biscuit has changed our lives. So, I immediately started scouring the internet for the recipe and wouldn’t you know it my favorite southern lady has a quick and easy recipe for griddle biscuits. I’m making these ASAP! Thank you.

  12. I deep fry mine when I’m frying fish

  13. Thanks..these sound yummy! Love all your recipes ..easy to make and easy to find!

  14. I literally FRY my biscuits in canola or vegetable oil. I use the ” Grands Homestyle Buttermilk” biscuits. I pre-heat a deep fryer with about 3-4 inches of oil to a temp of 350 degrees. Remove biscuits from can and place them in the hot oil.When they become golden brown, flip them with a fork and allow them to become golden brown on the flipped side. They cook fast, so do pay attention to them. These biscuits are beyond delicious!!! I love to eat them with sausages, jam, jelly, syrup or whatever you desire. Believe it or not, they DO NOT absorb a lot of oil as one would probably think. Try it!! Do not buy the ” flaky ” type biscuits because they WILL flake apart if you attempt to fry them. A co-worker told me about cooking biscuits this way many years ago and to this day, I still do.

  15. I use the honey butter biscuits punch a hole in the middle with a Iid off a bottle of water fry in oil, glaze with powdered sugar, vanilla & water, my grandson thinks I am the BEST doughnut maker in the world ❤️ Love this idea for sausage gravy when camping especially! Love your cooking too!

  16. Marilyn Mitchell says:

    I love your recipes. I can’t find where to put my email address.

    • The Southern Lady says:

      It’s on the right hand side bar of the website, about midway down the page. Thank you for the nice comment! Glad you are enjoying the recipes.

  17. love this idea–I’m thinking sausage gravy–also love you r easy to use site.

  18. The Southern Lady says:

    What pages are you referring to Marge? Sorry, but there are only recipes on my website, so no clue, what pages you are talking about.

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