Cheesy Cornbread Drop Biscuits are EASY, delicious, and perfect for the holidays! These delicious garlic and cheese cornbread biscuits always make an appearance on our Thanksgiving and Christmas tables. This easy cornbread recipe can be made in no time with the help of cornbread mix and a few extra ingredients!
Cheesy Cornbread Drop Biscuits
Cheesy Cornbread Drop Biscuits are the perfect thing to serve with dinner, whether it’s a holiday or just a regular weeknight. This easy cornbread recipe is so simple yet so delicious!
If you are a hard core food and holiday lover like me, then you think about the fall season all year long. Every trip to Pinterest has me pinning recipes that I think might be great for Thanksgiving or Christmas, no matter what time of year it is. I just get so excited about it!
Recently I was brainstorming with mom about this holiday season and she came up with the idea to make Cheesy Cornbread Drop Biscuits. My naive little mind was like WHAT? That sounds amazing! Garlic and cheese combined with cornbread mix, to make one easy cornbread recipe perfect for the holidays.
Did you know you can make biscuits just by dropping some dough on a cookie sheet and baking them? Yup, it blew my mind, but drop biscuits are a thing and they’re so easy to make! Mom came over and we had a baking day, testing out tons of holiday recipes, and this was one of my favorite ones. These Cheesy Garlic Cornbread Drop Biscuits are sure to please everyone at your holiday table. What’s not to love?
Garlic Cheesy Cornbread Drop Biscuits are so simple and so delicious. This easy cornbread recipe is sure to please everyone at the holiday table!
Easy Cornbread Recipe
This easy cornbread recipe is, obviously, really simple. But you’ll never believe just how easy it truly is. I’m no baker, as you guys might know, but these Cheesy Cornbread Drop Biscuits are easy even for my standards. You’ll look like the queen or king of your kitchen, you’ll wow your guests and make them happy and full, and all the while it can be your little secret how simple they really were. Cheese, garlic, and cornbread mix, what a FABULOUS flavor combination!
Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipes
These cheesy cornbread biscuits are SO tasty, and they are the perfect complement to every Thanksgiving dish ever. They are right at home on the holiday table, and they taste so good with the other holiday favorites. Here are some more must-make holiday recipes to try out this season:
- Creamy Spinach Gratin
- Honey Glazed Carrots with Ginger
- Sauteed Green Beans with Molasses
- Broccoli Cheese Rice Casserole
- Corn Pudding Recipe
How to Make Cheesy Cornbread Drop Biscuits
Garlicy, cheesy cornbread drop biscuits are just too good. I love making up a batch of these for the holidays, but they’re just as good for any weeknight dinner. There is no fuss with this easy cornbread recipe; just cornbread mix, cheese, and garlic mixed together, dropped onto a baking sheet, and baked to perfection!
How to make Garlic Cheesy Cornbread Drop Biscuits:
- Combine shredded cheese, cornbread mix, and garlic powder in a bowl, then stir in milk.
- Take (heaping) tablespoon size portions and drop it onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
- Brush each biscuits with melted butter, parsley, and sea salt.
- Bake 13-15 minutes at 400°F.
These cheesy cornbread biscuits are delicious served hot or cold, but I’m partial to hot. Warm and just out of the oven, that’s the ticket. Since they’re so easy, they should be no trouble to add to your Thanksgiving menu!
I absolutely love these Garlic Cheesy Cornbread Drop Biscuits and I know you will too. They are the perfect thing to serve this holiday season, and they will definitely get eaten in a flash. Try this easy cornbread recipe and you won’t be disappointed!
See the recipe card below for details on how to make Garlic Cheesy Cornbread Drop Biscuits. Enjoy!
If you like this easy cornbread recipe, try these other great rolls & breads:
- Garlic Cheese Bread Roll Ups
- Homemade Crescent Rolls
- Dinner Rolls from Scratch
- Beer Bread Muffins
- Hawaiian Rolls with Garlic Butter