Garlic Bread Balls
Garlic Bread Balls

If you're looking for a fun alternative to traditional garlic bread while not losing any of that delicious taste, try taking canned biscuit dough and balling it into a muffin pan. Add your favorite spices or cheese and bake as normal. (Photo via Recipe Food Cake Blogspot.)

Danish
Danish

Biscuits can easily become delectable danishes by putting cream cheese in the middle and adding fruit and sugar on top before baking. You'll never need to take a trip to the local bakery again! (Photo via Baking Bytes.)

Strawberry Shortcake
Strawberry Shortcake

Next time you have a craving for a sweet treat, skip buying or making your own cake batter and use ordinary store-bought biscuits. All you have to do is put sugar on them before you bake them. After you take them out of the oven and let them cool, put strawberries and whipped cream in the middle and you've got a delicious strawberry shortcake. (Photo via

Mini Calzones
Mini Calzones

Making your own stuffed pocket/mini calzone is super easy with canned biscuit dough. Get the fillings of your choice and fold your biscuit around it. Then you just bake it and enjoy. It's just like a homemade Hot Pocket! (Photo via Pillsbury.)

Mini Chili Bowls
Mini Chili Bowls

Mini biscuit bowls are a fun and delicious way to serve chili, whether it's freshly made or lunch leftovers the next day. Bake the mini biscuit bowls using the canned dough and then scoop the chili directly into them. They make great appetizers! (Photo via Betty Crocker.)

Monkey Bread
Monkey Bread

You probably weren't aware that you can hack a dessert like monkey bread using canned biscuits and a bundt pan. Using a knife, cut each biscuit into fourths and shake them in a bag mixed with cinnamon and sugar. Cover them with melted butter and brown sugar in a pan and they're ready to bake! (Photo via Betty Crocker.)

Donuts
Donuts

Fry your canned biscuits and make a hole in the center and you've got yourself a tasty homemade donut. They're even better with powdered sugar or frosting, too. The donut holes can be fried and eaten as well. (Photo via Little Bit Funky.)

Cobbler
Cobbler

Forget bothering with homemade crusts and use canned biscuits as the crust on your favorite cobbler. You can use your fruit of choice to make an amazing biscuit cobbler. (Photo via Food Network.)

Waffles
Waffles

If you love using a waffle iron but get tired of making homemade batter, consider using canned biscuits for your waffles. Spray the iron with non-stick spray or melted butter and press the biscuits on the iron. It's a delicious homemade breakfast that's ready in minutes. (Photo via Love Hope Adventure.)

Turnovers
Turnovers

Put a tablespoon of your favorite canned fruit in the center of a biscuit and fold it over to make a tasty little turnover that's perfect for both a snack and a dessert. Bake it in the oven and it's a perfect mini-pie for you to enjoy. (Photo via The Jewish Lady.)

Mini Pot Pies
Mini Pot Pies

For this hack, all you have to do is press a biscuit into a muffin pan and fill each with your favorite veggies and chicken soup. Fold the edges of the dough over the top of each and you have some delicious mini pot pies. (Photo via Pinstake.)

Pizza
Pizza

You can actually make awesome pizza dough with canned biscuits. You can make a personal pan pizza by flattening out individual biscuits, or you can also smash multiple biscuits together and roll them out to make dough for a larger pizza crust. Be sure to brush your dough with butter, oil and your favorite herbs before you bake it. (Photo via 1MoreThan2.)

Coffee Cake
Coffee Cake

Replace the dough in your favorite coffee cake recipe with canned biscuits and you have an amazing take on a classic sweet treat. You can also experiment a lot with the ingredients that you put on top of the biscuits before you bake it. (Photo via Woman of Many Roles.)

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